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Ken Shreve

An experienced commentator in the financial markets, Ken Shreve got his start with Investor's Business Daily in 1995, where he worked under the tutelage of one of the great growth investors, IBD Chairman and Founder William J. O'Neil. Over the years, Ken has taught several high-level workshops with William O'Neil & Co. Portfolio Managers. In recent years, his daily market wrap video was one of the most-visited areas of Investors.com. Ken continues to provide market commentary on national radio and has appeared numerous times on CNBC.
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Recent Articles By The Author

Navigating This Fierce Uptrend

The financials, for one, would look great after a step back.

Good News Ahead for Homebuilders

Expect more outperformance from housing stocks in 2013.

Week Ahead: Jobs Report; Amazon, Facebook Earnings

Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at a busy week of economic data and more high-profile earnings reports.

Fast Growth, Bullish Chart for EverBank

Fundamentals look good and its technical picture is equally impressive.

The Week Ahead: Housing Data; Earnings from Google, Apple

Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and key earnings reports scheduled for the coming week.

Deep-Water Focus Yields Two Oil Plays

Oceaneering and Cameron International are still within buying range.

The Week Ahead: Inflation Data, Earnings from Lennar, eBay

Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and earnings reports in the coming week.

Retail Highfliers Face Headwinds

Investors are starting to wonder how long this growth can persist.

The Week Ahead: Investors Eye Earnings From Alcoa, Monsanto

Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at the start of fourth-quarter earnings season

Resist Selling Into Strength

This is the perfect time to look for opportunities to get long.

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