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Stephen Guilfoyle

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. 

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Recent Articles By The Author

Nvidia Effect Wanes, Hiking Hike Odds, Indexes Hit Resistance, AI Washout

Plus, Boeing stubs its quality-control toe again and a lament about why the Treasury borrows so much money short term.

Nvidia Proves Again It Rightly Deserves Acclaim as Master of the AI Universe

The company's second-quarter results blow away Wall Street expectations as it clearly is the lead dog in the generative artificial intelligence pack.

Nvidia's Shocking Results, Market Relief, Fewer Jobs, Jackson Hole

NVDA's current quarter revenue guidance was stunning.

Foot Locker Is Yet Another Train Wreck: Here's What a Trader Could Do

FL has burned cash on a trailing twelve month basis for six consecutive quarters, and the guidance is terrible.

Ugly Data, Waiting on Nvidia, Labor Market, Defense Stocks, Nike Stumbles

Trading activity slowed a bit up and down Wall Street as equities closed out Tuesday mixed to lower for the day ahead of NVDA earnings.

Dick's Staggers After Taking It on the Chin, but There Will Be a Time to Jump In

The sporting goods retailer disappoints with its bottom-line results, but it isn't a train wreck and the drop in its stock should present an opportunity to buy.

Microsoft's Deal for Activision, Arm's IPO, Nvidia Expectations, Short Trades

The outpouring of love for Nvidia set off a rally up and down Wall Street on Monday. At least that's how it looked at surface level.

In the Face of Friday Night Fright, 'Mr. Lucky' Gets Palo Alto Networks Right

The odd timing of the cybersecurity giant's earnings release created concern, but the outcome was largely better than expected.

Prices Paid, China and Globalism, Cost of Credit, Nvidia, Jackson Hole

Better than expected economic performance is supposed to be a good thing. Right? Maybe. Maybe not.

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