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We are talking about a finessed, intelligent approach to what we see happening in real time.
Does it not make sense to create a separate portfolio made up of equities that will benefit -- as sick as that sounds -- when an area needs to rebuild?
As we gear into the final 90 minutes of market trading today, equities remain well in the red as trade and tariffs emanating primarily from China and the U.S weigh on investors. We've got 10 of the 11 S&P 500 sectors down, but most of the FAANG stoc...
Breadth is poor and there are no significant pockets of momentum to be found.
Breadth is running very poor -- at more than 2 to 1 negative.
We are seeing lower lows in the indices as I write.
The end of the quarter is approaching and might impact action in individual names.
I'm even staying away from the appealing stocks.
If the market is looking to correct, election worries are a convenient excuse.
Meanwhile, I continue to hold long-term favorites like Energy Recovery, TPI Composites and Aratana.
I may have to use an index play to get more money to work.
Shares of Energy Recovery have surged over 96% thus far in 2016, drowning the short sellers who have increased their bets against the water desalination specialist along the way.
The bears are trying it out on the Bank of England news today, but they may get squeezed.
GreenHunter Resources are Energy Recovery are two small-cap water treatment plays to consider.
These stocks have long-term potential, even if first-quarter results are uneven.
A new small-cap energy name caught my attention at a recent conference. Plus, an update on another holding.
Tom Rooney, CEO of Energy Recovery, discusses the business of water and the spike the in the desalination company's business.
The best way to formulate your investment strategy is to justify to others why you do what you are doing.
This 'energy-recovery' outfit looks like it is about to reverse a multiyear decline.