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This Value Play Still Has Plenty Upside [3-minute read] One chart shows the huge profit potential of value stocks.
Wall Street bets big on a bullish tsunami after states embark on the Great Economic Reopening. Your results may vary… Wackos in China, Lowe’s Gets Low, Inovio’s Got Flow
by Joseph Hargett May 20, 2020 Great Stuff
You Can Run on for a Long Time Sooner or later, the market will cut you down. Despite the foreboding song of the day, we’re not talking about doom and gloom again today. With all the floods, plagues, fires, swarms of locusts and murder hornets, I just couldn’t resist a reference to the man in […]
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell spoke this morning, and it was all that Wall Street could do to keep from crying. Powell’s Wake-Up Call; Uber Eats It All; Progyny Stands Tall
by Joseph Hargett May 13, 2020 Great Stuff
You Don’t Have to Call Me Darlin’ When Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell spoke this morning, well … it was all that Wall Street could do to keep from crying. Speaking during a webcast with the Peterson Institute for International Economics, Powell warned that the COVID-19 pandemic could “leave behind lasting damage” to U.S. economic […]
Big Brother … but Big Opportunity [4-minute read] Like it or not, in the fight to reopen the economy we will lose some privacy. Buy this ticker so at least you can profit from it.
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 […]

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