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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.
Stay On Target Bullseye Logo Meme Target Shoots Its Shot, Kohl’s Cashes Out, Tesla’s Talent Problem
by Joseph Hargett June 7, 2022 Great Stuff
I Feel Targeted Great Ones, Target’s (NYSE: ) a real tough cookie with a long history of breaking investors’ hearts … like the one in me. But that’s OK. Let’s see how they do it. It’s time to put up our dukes and get down to it. Alright, Mr. Great Stuff. Hit me with your […]
How to Beat Bitcoin Holders at Their Own Game How to Beat Bitcoin Holders at Their Own Game Mike's Greed Guage would've made 9,185% in six years trading bitcoin... and if one reader hadn't emailed him, he might have missed it.
I should trust the Fed? cat meme The Fed Can’t Fix It, Walmart Drones On & Wendy’s Frosty Buyout
by Joseph Hargett May 25, 2022 Great Stuff
The Fed Won’t Save You This Time Great Ones, I’ve caught a lot of flack for reiterating and believing in the Federal Reserve’s former mantra that inflation is transitory. I honestly believed that narrative. It made sense … at the time. But times change. New facts and events emerge. New data is made available. And […]
Bank on This 15.6% Yield You can certainly profit by using a stock’s price history to spot opportunities. But in times of major upheaval, like today, “technicals” are a poor guide. Normally, reliable information on the history of individual assets is overwhelmed by external factors. In this case, I prefer to focus on the Big Picture. And right now, the Big Picture is telling me to be opportunistic … but to let someone else do the work.

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