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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

Trapped Bulls Look for Exits as Trade Headlines Loom Large

Meanwhile, the bears are rubbing their hands together in anticipation of further downside as dip buyers feel far less confident.

The Burden of Proof Has Shifted to the Bulls

If there is downside follow-through Wednesday it is going to cause major concerns.

I'm a Seller Today as Many Stocks I Follow Break Support Level

The market is struggling with actually discounting the impact of a drawn out trade battle.

Sustained Market Momentum Is Very Tough to Find

Right now my focus is reducing risk as the market figures out if it is going to shake off the trade war worries or correct further.

Shrugging Off Trade Issues Again Will Be Tough, but Indices Still Have Support

The best approach right now is to make sure you handle trades tightly and don't let losses build.

This Market Just Doesn't Believe That a China Trade Deal Is Dead

When market players are fearful they don't buy small-cap speculative names like they did Monday.

In the Market Battle of Man vs. Machine, This Was a 'No Brainer'

Monday action is a good illustration of how market action has shifted due to the dominance of computerized trading.

Nothing Has Worked Better in This Market This Year Than Buying Weakness

It is interesting to consider that Chinese stocks have been hit substantially harder on this trade news than U.S. stocks.

Trump Springs a Bull Trap, but Opportunities Abound

Is this is the start of a major turning point or just a bout of volatility that will resolve itself favorably?

Don't Let Market Headlines Impact Your Trading Confidence

Far too many traders trade scared and refuse to see the positives when the headlines are screaming about disasters.

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