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In The News

Showing 5 news items in April 2012.
02 April 2012

It is written that “in the spring, a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.” But we find that springtime may be less about falling in love with stocks and more about doing a bit of spring cleaning that injects some “new merchandise” with fresh potential into investors’ portfolios.

Sometimes that means getting rid of old, laggard holdings and recycling that cash into newer, fresher opportunities that are less overplayed and which investors are either unaware or skeptical.

Read the full article here.

09 April 2012

DTI Strategy Summit: Short Selling Theory and Practice...and More
April 9 2012, 4:00 - 5:00 PM ET

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Chris Kacher and Gil Morales on "Short Selling Theory and Practice"
While the market has been in an uptrend this year, the next correction could be right around the corner. Learn how to spot potential topping signs in stocks and indices. Dr. Chris Kacher and Gil Morales share their time proven research on how to properly apply short selling to take advantage of down markets. You learn how they identify the weakest stocks, how to enter and exit short positions...as well as steer clear of the short-selling traps that most traders and investors fall prey to.

12 April 2012

Dr Chris Kacher and Gil Morales discus the current market environment and leading stocks in this interview with The Wall Street Shuffle's host, Dan Stewart.

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25 April 2012

"I'm not smart. I try to observe. Millions saw the apple fall but Newton was the one who asked 'why.' " - Bernard Baruch, legendary investor

While Sir Isaac Newton was able to achieve a moment of scientific insight regarding the phenomenon of gravity through his visceral observation of the behavior of apples falling from a tree, these days one seeks slightly different insight into the state of today’s stock market by observing the role of Apple, Inc. (AAPL) in the current environment.

Read the full article here.

(This article was also published in seekingalpha.com and Marketwatch.com)

27 April 2012

"I'm not smart. I try to observe. Millions saw the apple fall but Newton was the one who asked 'why.' " - Bernard Baruch, legendary investor

While Sir Isaac Newton was able to achieve a moment of scientific insight regarding the phenomenon of gravity through his visceral observation of the behavior of apples falling from a tree, these days one seeks slightly different insight into the state of today’s stock market by observing the role of Apple, Inc. (AAPL) in the current environment.

Read the full article here.

(This article was also published in townhall.com and Marketwatch.com)