Stephen "Sarge" Guilfoyle is the founder and President of Sarge986 LLC, a family run trading operation. An NYSE floor trader for over 30 years, Guilfoyle has served as the Chief Market Economist for Stuart Frankel & Co., the U.S. Economist for Meridian Equity Partners, and as a Vice President in Block Trading and Investment Banking with Credit Suisse over the years. Guilfoyle earned his nickname “Sarge” while serving as an actual sergeant in reserve components of the U.S. Marine Corps, and U.S. Army while simultaneously working on Wall Street.
He self-identifies as a day trader, long-term investor, and anything in between. He believes in removing the emotion out of the decision-making process and trusting the data. Look to Guilfoyle to prepare you for the trading day with his popular early morning Market Recon newsletter on Real Money, which provides a mix of fundamentals, technical analysis, economic commentary and trading ideas.
Recent Articles By The Author
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If you're thinking about jumping in look at these charts first.
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This is how it's done.
Ugliness Lurking, Inflation Pressure, Flash PMI, Awful Breadth, Defense Stocks
As Chinese President Xi Jinping visits Moscow, the US warned it won't hesitate to sanction Chinese companies that support the Russian invasion.
I Like Walmart and Its Quarter, But Do I Like the Stock Here?
The company remains a free cash flow beast, but the balance sheet is a weak spot.
February Markets, Fed Activity, Earnings Scoreboard, S&P, Nasdaq, The Week Ahead
Going back to 2000, February has the second worst monthly average for the S&P 500.
There Are 2 Ways to Look at Applied Materials: Here's How I'd Trade It
The company turned in some impressive performance, conditions granted.