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James "Rev Shark" DePorre

James "Rev Shark" DePorre, a Real Money contributor, is the author of Invest Like a Shark: How a Deaf Guy With No Job and Limited Capital Made a Fortune Investing in the Stock Market. He operates, an interactive online community that serves and educates active investors.
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Recent Articles By The Author

The 2½ Hour Correction

What we have right now is a Pollyannaish market where there is no such thing as a negative and stocks never go down.

The Reopening of the Economy Seems to Be Driving the Positive Sentiment

The stocks that are leading are a completely different group than has led from the March lows.

I Don't Like This Action

My inclination is to protect gains in biotechnology and other strong plays.

Price Action Is Winning the War With Logic

The negative narrative is easy to construct, but emotions, momentum and 'fear of missing out' undermine logic.

Just Because We Rallied Doesn't Mean It Was Healthy

The big question after the day's odd brew of action is whether the rotational trading will continue to work.

It's Not About Growth vs. Value, It's about New Economy vs. Old Economy

Since the lows in March, the big recovery has mainly occurred in technology, biotechnology, and FAANG stocks.

I'm Focused More on Stock Picks Than Indices

You need not be a rip-snorting bull to still find some stocks that look pretty good on a technical basis.

Poorly Positioned Market Participants Are Run Over by Surging Optimism

The easiest mistake to make in this market is to focus too much on the indices and not understand the rotations that are taking place -- and the opportunities in individual stock picking.

'Don't Fight the Fed' and 12 Other Investing Rules

Marty Zweig's investing rules provide a framework for investment success, now more than ever.

Good Luck Predicting What This Market Will Do Next

Bears have been confounded by the positive sentiment, but economic realities are not going to suddenly disappear.

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