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King of the Hill Grill What If Someone Wants No Memes Meme Stock-Slinging Shenanigans; Korn Ferry’s Fuel; Winnebago’s La-Z Day
by Joseph Hargett June 22, 2022 Great Stuff
Anyway, Here’s Great Stuff Today, Great Ones, is the day we’re gonna throw it back to you. By now, you should’ve somehow realized what you gotta do… Don’t worry, it’s not a rousing chorus of “Wonderwall.” But feel free to sing along at home — I can’t stop you there. (And yes, maybe I’m still […]
four key signals to spot the end of the fed's fury A Potential End to the Fed’s Fury? The Federal Reserve’s interest rate rampage continues as the S&P 500 and broader market officially enter bear market territory. But this isn't the end of the world. Quite the opposite. In fact, today I’ll be giving you four key signals that will eventually confirm the Fed’s fury is ending. Follow them to find out when the market really hits bottom … and you've got a golden ticket to future gains.
Housing Market Fire Homer Reading Wall Street Analysts Meme Burning Down The Housing Market; Tesla’s Trouble Is Just Getting Started
by Joseph Hargett June 16, 2022 Great Stuff
A House Is A House Is A House… Happy Thursday, Great Ones, and welcome to another Thursday Throwdown, where — oof, good God, what’s going on with the market?! We’re doing that sell-off-the-whole-world thing again, huh? If you couldn’t tell by now, the Fed ratcheted up interest rates yesterday … and Wall Street is none […]
experience with a disciplined and objective approach will help you find the next bear market catalyst Beware the Bear’s Next Catalyst So, it might seem odd that I’ve recently talked about catalysts impacting stocks in phases or following a neat pattern like a row of toppling dominoes. That almost implies that some orderly course of events can make the next market move predictable. But as I’ve demonstrated throughout 2022, it’s possible to spot the next big move when you combine experience with a disciplined and objective approach. That’s why I want to show you the next shoe to drop for stocks.
How You Can Escape the Fed’s “Teddy Bear Picnic” How You Can Escape the Fed’s “Teddy Bear Picnic” Last week, I wrote that in its quest to defeat inflation, the Federal Reserve wants to make investors like us poorer. The “wealth effect” says happy and bullish investors tend to spend more money than sad and bearish ones. So, as far as the Fed is concerned, plummeting portfolio values are a good thing. But that’s only part of the story...

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