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Wall Street expects a significant economic rebound after the “Great Reopening.” But can we really just flip a switch and return to normal? Make America Confident Again; Musk’s No-Diesel Legal Weasel
by Joseph Hargett May 11, 2020 Great Stuff
Confidently Overconfident It’s one thing to be confident, dear reader. It’s another thing entirely to be blindly overconfident. Today, we saw Wall Street give a pause to last week’s massive rally, following one of the most devastating monthly U.S. jobs reports ever. It seems that more than a few analysts are starting to realize just […]
No Year-end ‘Window Dressing’ Needed – Our Core Strategy Gains of 2017
by Optin October 25, 2017 Wall Street Front Runner
Since last month’s update (9/27/17), we closed eight more trades in Wall Street Front Runner. Six “core” trades from the S&P 600: Axcelis Technologies Inc. (NASD: ACLS) … +4.8% NMI Holdings Inc. (NASD: NMIH) … +1.5% Pacific Premier Bancorp Inc. (NASD: PPBI) …     +0.0% Photronics Inc. (NASD: PLAB) … -3.7% Par Pacific Holdings Inc. (NYSE: PARR) … -5.3% […]

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