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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

The Week Ahead: Investors Eye Jobs Data, Earnings From Family Dollar

Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and earnings reports for the week of Dec. 31.

Don't Worry About That Rally

The uptrend is still intact, and the market is serving up buy opportunities.

The Week Ahead: Investors Eye Housing, GDP Data; Earnings from Oracle, RIM

Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at upcoming economic data and a surprisingly busy week of earnings for the week of Dec. 17

Nothing Wrong With a Quick Profit

Especially where uncertainty is elevated.

Three Chipmakers to Watch in 2013

The sector is showing signs of life, and these names are looking very promising.

The Week Ahead: Investors Eye Fed Meeting, More Retail Earnings

Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at upcoming economic data and earnings reports for the week of Dec. 10

Tough Trading in a Wobbly Market

At least the uptrend is still intact.

The Week Ahead: Jobs Report, Lululemon Earnings

Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at upcoming economic data and some earnings reports for the week of Dec. 3

Navigating This Headline-Driven Market

The bulls are in control for now, but it remains a difficult market.

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