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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

Don't Fear: You Won't Miss Out

Many people just can't resist the temptation of buying weakness as they are fooled into thinking it's a bargain, but there's no rush to buy anything right now.

No Market for Old Stock Pickers

There are, however, some day trades to be had by the nimble and swift.

Trading Is All About Overall Market Direction Right Now

The easy thing to do in this market is to start hunting for 'bargains' but there really is no reason to think that stocks have found a low.

Patience Is Your Most Powerful Tool for Dealing With This Crisis

Trying to guess the exact market bottom increases your risk of buying at the wrong time. There is no way to know how much further the market may drop from here.

Quarter Was Wild Ride, With More Uncertainties to Come

My market thesis remains that the recent strength is just a sizable counter-trend rally that will fizzle out -- and keep an eye on jobless numbers this week.

Loss Aversion and V-Shaped Bounces

An interesting concept to consider in the current market environment.

8 Random Thoughts on Trading This Market

In the short term, market direction is going to be dictated by reaction to extremely poor economic news.

Will the Coronavirus Crisis Produce the Shortest Bear Market in History?

Every significant bear market in the past has seen substantial bounces just like what we are experiencing now.

Traders Rub Their Hands at the Market

But I'm not very trustful of this bounce -- we will see what happens as we are hit with more coronavirus, economic and earnings news.

Is the Worst Over? Or, Is This a Counter-Trend Bounce Destined to Fail?

The biggest positive right now is that volatility has slowed and emotions seem to have cooled.

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