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Joseph Hargett

Joseph HargettJoseph HargettEditor, Great Stuff

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Joseph Hargett is the editor of Great Stuff, a daily Banyan Hill e-zine that keeps you informed on the hottest trends on Wall Street, provides you with the key information to make you filthy rich (*your results may vary) and inspires the best in dinner-table conversation. Great Stuff is finance with an edge.

Joseph joined the Banyan Hill team in 2016. Hailing from the Greater Cincinnati, Ohio, area, Joseph has spent more than a decade specializing in stock market analysis and stock and options trading strategies. Prior to joining Banyan Hill, Joseph cut his teeth in the research department of a well-respected options-based newsletter and was a regular contributor at both Forbes and InvestorPlace. He has worked as an analyst for the small-cap and biotech sectors at Cabot Heritage Corp. in Boston, Massachusetts. Joseph has been regularly quoted in a plethora of media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Money Show Digest, Reuters, USA Today, MarketWatch and Sentiment Magazine.

Joseph Hargett,
Editor, Great Stuff

Joseph's Articles

The Wuhan virus locks down the market rally with a snake surprise. Don’t panic! We’ve got you covered. Snake Sickness Sinks Stocks; Sallie Slithers Skyward
January 23, 2020 Great Stuff
- The Wuhan Snake Virus Survival Guide I don’t know about you, but this Wuhan coronavirus thing has me more than a little worried. Since Great Stuff last reported on the situation, the number of infections has surged 50% to more than 600 patients. The death toll rose from 6 to 17. Cases are now popping […]
If you think you can’t get hacked, just remember the tale of Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and richest guy in the world. Bezos’ Saudi Blunder; NFLX Buffers; NIO Chunders
January 22, 2020 Great Stuff
- Phishing With Princes “This is soooo funny! Like and share to see what happens!” Few things in the English language get my blood boiling more than phrases like these. They come in emails, on Facebook posts, in direct messages and through texts. What’s even more infuriating is that people I know send this stuff to […]
Forget the Senate impeachment trial — Wall Street watches as China goes viral. China Goes Viral; Tesla Hits the Accelerator; Roku Waxes Brazil
January 21, 2020 Great Stuff
- Down With the Sickness I hope you have some snacks and a comfy chair ready … the Senate impeachment trials begin today! We all know that this trial will be a great big nothing-burger, and Wall Street is treating it thusly. I mean, 20 Republicans would have to vote against their party for anything to […]
When it comes to stock market doom and gloom, don’t be afraid of the bears when they roar … be afraid when they’re silent. More Roaring Bears; Netflix Puts on Airs; Apple Doesn’t Care
January 17, 2020 Great Stuff
- Friday Four Play: The “Big FAANG-y Teeth” Edition Before we get started today, I want to remind you that Great Stuff will be closed on Monday, January 20. It’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and the market is closed. I’ll be enjoying my day off, and I suggest you do the same! With the pleasantries […]
The IPO “pigs” have stopped squealing, and some say that’s bad for the bull market. But do you know what we do with squealing pigs? We make bacon! Danger Signs, Aurora Climbs, Morgan Stanley’s Fine
January 16, 2020 Great Stuff
- IPOooo … Oh My God, We’re Going to Crash! Hey, I heard you missed us … we’re back! (Yeah.) I brought my pencil. Gimme something to write on, man! Sorry about the two-day hiatus, but life happens. While I was away, the market broke out to fresh all-time highs. The Dow is above 29,000, and […]
If you’re reading this edition of Great Stuff, there was a glitch in the matrix, I was visited by a white-bearded wizard with a ring and a quest … or I finally got my letter to Hogwarts. A Glitch in the Great Stuff Matrix
January 14, 2020 Great Stuff
- If you’re reading this, there was a glitch in the matrix, I was visited by a white-bearded wizard with a ring and a quest … or I finally got my letter to Hogwarts.
It’s trade deal week! Are you excited? The much-hyped “phase 1” U.S.-China trade deal will finally be signed. It’s about time, I must say. China’s Contagious Optimism; Oppenheimer Bombs Tesla Shorts
January 13, 2020 Great Stuff
- Phase 1 Signing = Phase 1 Optimism It’s trade deal week! Are you excited? Yes, dear reader, the much-hyped “phase 1” U.S.-China trade deal will finally be signed this week. It’s about time, I must say. In case you’ve been trapped behind a wall, I put all the nitty-gritty details together in bullet points below […]
December’s jobs data was uninspiring. Luckily, Boeing had some spare clowns and monkeys to liven up Wall Street ahead of the weekend. Soft Serve Jobs Data; Boeing Sends in the Clowns
January 10, 2020 Great Stuff
- Friday Four Play: The “Send in the Clowns” Edition (Did a friend forward you this email? If so, you owe them big-time! Seriously, this is Great Stuff. We don’t take that title lightly. After you’ve thanked your friend profusely, why not sign up for yourself today? It’s mostly painless. I promise.) Well, that was unsatisfying. […]
China’s back, and the bears are gonna be in trouble. Hey la, hey la, China’s back. Iran’s Gone, Game On; Bed Bath & Buh-Bye
January 9, 2020 Great Stuff
- Bull Market: Game On! So, the latest Iranian conflict turned out to be a great big nothing-burger. We had an Iran War Cycle for about 48 hours, and then the whole thing was over. R.I.P. my nifty little chart. Today, Wall Street’s new hotness is the partial U.S.-China trade deal. You thought that was all […]
“Less than feared.” It reminds me of “less than expected,” as if the Iranian missile strikes on U.S. military bases in Iraq are in some way similar to corporate earnings reports. Meatless Macs Meet Missile Attacks
January 8, 2020 Great Stuff
- Iran…Less Than Feared The funny thing about stock market sentiment? It applies to literally everything. For example, today I find myself discussing the bullish and bearish implications of last night’s Iranian missile attack. According to the financial media, Iran’s retaliation for the U.S. killing Qassem Soleimani, a top Iranian military official, was deemed “less than […]

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