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Jim Collins

Jim Collins is the Founding Partner of Portfolio Guru. Collins researches small stocks in his newsletter, MicroCap Guru, and uses income-investing principles to manage money for individuals on a fee-only, separately-managed account basis.

Previously, Collins spent 10 years as an equity analyst in New York and London covering the automotive sector for Lehman Brothers, Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette and UBS. He holds an A.B. in Economics and History from Duke University and has completed the academic requirements for the CFA designation. 

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Recent Articles By The Author

Where to Put Fresh Capital in Search of Higher Yields

My recipe: finding a new name, reinvesting in old names, and maximizing yields.

My Worth Is My Bond

The bond market has no single-source indicator like the S&P 500, but looking at a variety of indexes, 2019 has been a terrific year.

Here Are 3 Ways I Embrace the Volatility in the Current Markets

Rest assured that September is going to be an intense month in the markets.

I Find Demand More Important Than Supply When Analyzing the Oil Market

While the products used by consumers are growing solidly, those refined products that are used solely for commercial operations are showing signs of a slowdown.

Doctor Copper Confirms the Global Economic Slowdown

Freeport-McMoRan is always going to be my first call on the health of copper.

I Read the Fed Minutes. Here's Why I'm Concerned

My advice after diving into the 15-page document: Tighten your exposure to stocks, and don't even consider selling your bonds.

Bond Market Holds the Line at 1.5%

The bond market is calling the shots for stocks right now.

How to Extract Pretty Profits from Ugly Stocks

It's a process that involves harvesting gains by repeatedly writing call options against stocks steadily in decline.

The Recession Bells Are Tolling, and They Are Tolling for All of Us

Here are some of the signs I'm seeing now.

Listen Up: This Time Is ... Not ... Different

While the bond market has been offering a dose of reality, the U.S. stock market couldn't be more clueless to the heightened risk of a global financial meltdown.

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