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These 2 Safe Stocks Will Surge 122% The carnage is full of bargains. That said, we still need to be safe. Here’s how we can find cheap, safe names in the stock market bargain bin…
Everybody’s talking about recession, depression, regression, correction, mass infection, elections … all Great Stuff is saying is “chill the freak out.” Washington Makes It Rain; Invest in Biotech Again? Time to Make It Rain Everybody’s talking about recession, depression, regression, correction, mass infection, elections… All Great Stuff is saying is “chill the freak out.” We’ve gone from no worry at all … to recession concerns … to full-blown depression fears in less than two weeks. It’s so bad that economists and analysts are already […]
The market has seen so many dead cat bounces lately that these cats aren’t just bouncing … they’re dancing. Don’t be hypnotized — it’s a trap! Econ Recon; Jobs at Amazon; Theaters Be Gone
by Joseph Hargett March 17, 2020 Great Stuff
Dead Cats Can Dance Initial reports on the U.S. economy started rolling in this morning … and I’m not sure if you really want to look or not. The New York Federal Reserve’s Empire State Manufacturing Index plunged by the biggest margin on record: 34.4 points. The reading, which now stands at -21.5, indicates contraction […]
mental tips to survive COVID-19 market panic Mental Tips for Surviving the COVID-19 Sell-Off Markets are down. That’s no secret. But markets will come back. In the meantime, Anthony Planas shares a few tips to help keep your spirits up during tough times.
The coronavirus market sell-off might be good for Buffett, but you’re not a billionaire. You need a different plan, and Great Stuff has it! Buffett’s Billionaire Bust; Nio’s Bailout Is a Must
by Joseph Hargett February 25, 2020 Great Stuff
Who Wants to Invest Like a Billionaire? We like talking heads here at Great Stuff … both the financial media version and the ’80s rock band. (“Burning Down the House” is oddly appropriate this week: “Hold tight, wait till the party’s over.”) So, when Warren Buffett — the Oracle of Omaha himself — chimed in […]

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