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In a market full of noise it pays to focus on individual fundamentals. One of my favorite phrases is 'cash flow never lies.'
I am increasingly convinced the only way to generate sustainable trading profits is to wait until the market overreacts and take the opposite side.
The stock market just doesn't seem to grasp this Pax Arabica, and the bond markets are even worse.
There are better ways to play oil's gains than buying stock in traditional E&P companies.
Tesla and General Motors are among this week's names showing reversal patterns.
To capture a quick upward move in oil prices, it's probably best not to overthink it.
This portfolio is designed to produce a blended yield of 6% to 8%.
Look for beaten-down stocks that are trading at discounts to the value of their assets.
Chipotle, Wendy's on the bull side and gold stocks on the bear side.
We would look to go long VA on a $39 buy-stop using a $34 sell-stop.
Dan Dicker, Energy contributor for TheStreet, notes with Jim Cramer the recent turn of political pressure and activity against fossil fuels.
And one energy company I'm looking at.
I have created a portfolio of eight energy company preferred stocks.
I especially like Warren Resources. The market is off to a good start after the monthly Jobs Report comes in stronger than expected with some 248,000 jobs created in September. Also, August totals were revised up significantly to 180,000. All of the...
I caught two such trades in the past few days by staying light on my feet.
We'll see. By Bret Jensen The market is up nicely since my last post. Let's see if the rally continues until close. The Russell 2000 and Nasdaq continue to be laggards, as the market is still in risk-off mode. Both Apple (AAPL) and Gilead Sciences (...