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Clint Lee is an analyst for The Bauman Letter and Profit Switch and editor of Flashpoint Fortunes and Slingshot Profits. He’s also a regular contributor to Big Picture. Big Profits.

Since 2004, Clint has provided investment research for some of the largest institutions in the world and has managed more than $2 billion in assets for his clients. He also led a fund recognized by U.S. News & World Report in 2019 as the No. 1 fund in its category.

He received his MBA from Case Western University, a top-ranked program. He has also earned several other important designations that demonstrate his commitment to analyzing investments from all angles by combining fundamentals and technical analysis.

Clint Lee Articles

Buy Low and Sell High Don’t Buy Low and Sell High - What if I told you that there’s a much simpler, better way than trying to time the bottom? It’s a strategy that turns the old mantra on its head, and one that’s been proven to turn out big profits by academics and money managers alike. It involves targeting a group of select stocks that permeates the world of quantitative and algorithmic trading systems. Simply put, the better strategy here is to “buy high, and sell higher.”
3 reasons for a rally 3 Reasons the Rally Is Closer Than You Think - Well, one by one the dominoes have fallen. After plunging nearly 20% since the start of the year, does that mean we’re on the cusp of the next 20% down leg? Actually, I see quite the opposite…
Hitting stocks with a blunt tool Hitting Stocks With a Blunt Tool - “Uncle … UNCLE!”As the father of two young boys, I often hear those words hollered when one has the other pinned. The stock market is screaming a similar phrase right now as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell puts equities in a chokehold. But he’s not letting up.
Anatomy of a flash crash Anatomy of a Flash Crash - Twelve years earlier, in this same week, the first infamous Flash Crash struck the New York Stock Exchange and drove stocks down 1,000 points in just 10 minutes. But how do they work? With waterfall declines and split-second crashes becoming more and more common, I’m here t show you how to stay one step ahead of the machines...
Sell Jay and Go Away - Sell in May and go away… Ah yes, the familiar adage among investors that comes up this time every year. It refers to the calendar tendency for below-average stock market returns from May to October. But this time around, what really matters is “sell Jay and go away.” Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, that is.
Bear Market arrived 3 ETFs That Could Confirm a Bear Market - Has the bear market officially arrived? For some, it arrived last year. And most of us just didn’t realize it. The average stock price has been pummeled since then, and in certain segments it’s worse.
avoid roller coaster stocks Avoid these 3 Roller Coaster Stocks During Earnings Season - It makes sense to avoid companies that could send investors for a “ride” after seeing downward revisions to their profit forecasts and running high-risk balance sheets. Using quantitative analysis, it’s easy to screen for companies that could be vulnerable to those catalysts. These same factors have been proven in back testing to pinpoint companies that outperform or trail the market.
No. 1 play to beat "other" recession" Your No. 1 Play to Beat the “Other” Recession - “You’re going to want to sit down for this…”OK, that’s not exactly what a White House official said to prepare the nation for Tuesday’s report on consumer inflation. But it was pretty darn close. Instead, their choice of words was: “We expect March CPI headline inflation to be extraordinarily elevated” and they weren’t lying.
Talking about inflation The Strange Spread No One’s Talking About - My three kids sang the lyrics to Surfaces’ “Sunday Best” over and over again during the 14 hours we spent in the car during their spring break vacation. And as I tried my best to take a break from work while I was with my family, the catchy pop tune still got me thinking about the mood of consumers right here … are we feeling good or not so much? After all, a lot has changed in the past six months.
Stock Market FOMO Are You Feeling FOMO? - Said another way, fear of missing out — FOMO — is still omnipresent in the markets today. So now investors face a tough choice: get out of stocks or follow the pack? Let me show you a few things I’ve learned in the last epic stock market bubble ... and how to come out ahead without a second thought for the herd.

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