Despite Strong Momentum, What Are the Odds of a September Slump?

Sep 07, 2021

The month of September started in positive territory during the first three trading days. Today, I’m going to outline three major factors driving higher sentiment.

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Don’t Buy Any ‘COVID’ Stocks Until You Read This

Jul 21, 2021

On Tuesday, we had a bit of a relief rally. All those worries about inflation dissipated for a few hours. All those threats about stretched company valuations vanished. Traders also set aside fears about COVID-19. With the threat of COVID impacting investor sentiment and the broader economy, I want to remind you about how to manage your money now. 

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Did a “Nasdaq Whale ” Manipulate the Market, or Was a Giant School of Minnows to Blame?

Sep 09, 2020

On Sept. 2 we explained why Tesla is not only a bubble, but likely a hyper-bubble. We also explained why, even with four quarters of consecutive profit on the books, Tesla was not likely to make it into the S&P 500 — even though bulls considered that a sure thing. As it turns out, our Sept. 2 piece was one…

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Domestic Travel Bans are Highly Likely for the United States

Apr 06, 2020

The hockey legend Wayne Gretzky summed up his approach in one sentence: “Skate to where the puck is going, not to where it has been.” The quote has probably been used — and abused — by tens of thousands of corporate executives. But the quote is popular because it captures an important idea. To be competitive and prepared, you have…

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