This indicator has the potential to almost triple your gains compared to the market if you use it the way I’m about to show you.
This year will be different. And it’s the first time I’m bucking the typical seasonal weakness and saying this is an excellent buying opportunity.
Like many other software giants of the ‘80s and ‘90s, Microsoft has taken to the cloud … and it is once again finding market dominance.
Are we still in a bull market, or is this the start of the next crushing bear market? We don’t know yet, but we can rely on the charts to tell us what to expect.
A trade war has the potential to wreck not only the U.S. economy, but global markets as well. And today, I want to give you another way to keep tabs on any possible developments.
Things are looking stormy. In fact, a number of bear-market signals have started appearing, which indicates that we might already be in a bear market.
Market analysts often ask each other what their “desert island” indicator is. Warren Buffett, the world’s greatest long-term investor, named this as his favorite indicator.
While many see this earnings season as off to a bumpy start, and as something to be cautious about, to me, it is a screaming buy opportunity … here’s why.
Headlines warn that the inverted yield curve signals a bear market. But there’s a problem with that news: The yield curve is normal, not inverted.