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Wall Street is bubbling up big-time. Now’s not the time to be greedy. Now’s the time to get your stocks in a row and keep your powder dry. Stocks’ Bubble Bobble; Straight Outta Oxford; Nikola Now
by Joseph Hargett July 20, 2020 Great Stuff
Bubble, Bubble Toil and Trouble I had a rather disturbing revelation this weekend, dear reader … one I haven’t had since the 2008 financial crisis. On Saturday, I was minding my own business, playing video games online to wind down from the week. You know, social distancing and all that. Nothing out of the usual. […]
Great news, everyone! The Fed says that the U.S. economy is solid and the outlook “is a good picture.” Never mind that pesky Chinese virus... The Fed Rolls On; Sticking Stamps.com
by Joseph Hargett February 20, 2020 Great Stuff
In a Crisis, 3’s a Crowd Great news, everyone! The U.S. economy is fundamentally solid and the outlook “is a good picture,” at least according to Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Richard Clarida. The Fed’s vice chairman also touted the U.S.’s labor market — the strongest in 50 years — calling it a “huge positive.” Clarida […]
Down 3% in two days? Here’s how to handle Spooktober’s sell-off. Spooktober Is a Scream as Markets Fall 3% in 2 Days
by Joseph Hargett October 2, 2019 Great Stuff
Spooktober Starts With a Scream According to my daughters, October is “spooky time!” Given how this month started off, they are more right than they know. It’s only the second day of the month, and both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 Index are down roughly 3%. If that’s not spooky, I […]
Is stagflation coming? Probably not, but your portfolio will feel like it is … unless you do this. The Fed’s Biggest Nightmare; Retail Gets Real; WeGiveUp
by Joseph Hargett October 1, 2019 Great Stuff
Is the U.S. Economy Going Stag? I saw an ugly word pop up over the weekend. No, not that word … or that word, either. Seriously, you kiss your mother with that mouth? The word was “stagflation,” and it’s the word that the U.S. Federal Reserve fears most of all. Now, stagflation is traditionally defined […]
Traders Love the Choppy Markets We’ve seen more volatility in the market in the past two months than the two years before it combined. And whenever there’s a choppy market, traders typically will come out in full force.

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