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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 sharkinvesting.com, an interactive online community that serves and educates active investors.
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Recent Articles By The Author

It's Still Tough Stock Picking Out There

After little came from president's talk on economics and the trade deal with China stays elusive, a pull back could help stock picking, but that's been the case for a while.

Riding the Index Wave Higher Emerges as the Investing Path of Least Resistance

The continued push of the major indices toward all-time highs is occurring despite mediocre market breadth.

The Market Awaits Trade Comments From President Trump

There are always various trends at work in the stock market and they often have little to do with the movement of the major indices.

Bears Just Can't Get a Grip

Despite what looked like potentially weak day early on turned around after good news from Boeing, which pulled up the Dow, proving how hard it is to call a top.

This Is a Good Day to Talk About Market Cycles

I'm complaining about the trading action like many others, but this is the nature of the beast.

Apple and Other Large-Caps Hold the Line for Bulls

At some point the market's inconsistency will resolve itself either way.

The Market Presents Big Challenges for Both Bulls and Bears

Although the indices are close to all-time highs, less than half of stocks are over their 200-day simple moving averages.

The Biggest Change in the Market in the Last Decade and How to Profit From It

The most productive change that a trader can make is to simply understand whether the market favors directional trading or stock picking.

This Market Is Very Sticky - Sticky to the Upside

Quite a few loud bears are predicting downside but that seems to work as a contrary indicator.

There Just Aren't Any Compelling Reasons to Put Large Amounts of Capital at Risk

For a market that is this close to all-time highs there's a remarkably poor ratio of new highs to new lows.

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