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avoid roller coaster stocks Avoid these 3 Roller Coaster Stocks During Earnings Season It makes sense to avoid companies that could send investors for a “ride” after seeing downward revisions to their profit forecasts and running high-risk balance sheets. Using quantitative analysis, it’s easy to screen for companies that could be vulnerable to those catalysts. These same factors have been proven in back testing to pinpoint companies that outperform or trail the market.
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Big Tech Too Powerful Red Button Meme Small Big Tech’s Breakup, China’s Latest Gamble & Oh, How The Meatless Have Fallen
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Too Big To Break Up? September has been the month of soap opera theatrics. Last Wednesday, we were regaled by the pilot episode of Keeping SECrets … you know, when the SEC and Coinbase Global (Nasdaq: ) got into a tizzy? The SEC ghosted Coinbase’s requests to try and comply with crypto regulations … then […]
Enter the “Options Matrix” to Understand How Big Money Trades When we dive into the options matrix, it's not always easy to see how the big money is trading. But if we keep this in mind, it gets easier.

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