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In The News

Showing 306 news items between August 1st 2010 and March 31st 2017.
01 June 2011

Can Fed avoid a repeat of May 2010 woes?

The end of June looms prominently ahead for investors who wonder what will happen to the markets when the Federal Reserve Bank terminates its latest round of quantitative easing, affectionately or not-so-affectionately known as QE2.
Read the full article here.

03 June 2011

Gil Morales and Chris Kacher talk about how to time the markets. They also take stock picks and provide real time analysis of listeners requests.

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04 June 2011

With today's employment report showing employment back up to 9.1%, there is growing discussion about the possibility of a double-dip recession.

The wrong-headed socialist policies of the Obama administration will come home to roost. Read the full article here.

07 June 2011

Gil Morales discusses why the markets are going to suffer in the coming months.

08 June 2011

As legendary investor Jesse Livermore once wrote, more money has been lost by those who take stock tips.

There is a difference between taking a stock tip that has no inherent or proven logic behind the tip compared to acting on stock suggestions based on stock market trading strategies that have proven themselves over many market cycles. Read the full article here.

10 June 2011

Why Gil Morales considers Apple a sell.

10 June 2011

The Punchbowl of Death (POD) is an interesting short-sale set-up or formation that I first observed in the 1990's when I was first able to study the charts of big, winning stocks from earlier, historical market periods. Read the full article here.

13 June 2011

The term "market timing" can be seen as taboo, but carefully testing a proven timing model and executing with patience and discipline can yield good results.

15 June 2011

Since the market low on March 9, 2009, which also roughly coincided with the start of quantitative easing (QE), the NASDAQ Composite has had four corrections that exceed -8%...
Instead, the market found its footing when all looked ugly, and the QE-motivated bull market resumed. Read the full article here.

23 June 2011

Markets Plunge…Buy Gold? Gil Morales discusses how to invest in a volatile market.

23 June 2011

Chris kacher discusses Xerox (XRX), Baidu (BIDU) and Netflix (NFLX).

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23 June 2011

At today's press conference, Bernanke said he thought inflation would subside as energy prices and other commodity prices moderate.
Read the full article here.

28 June 2011

Gil Morales. Are Markets Prepping for Bull-Run or Correction? The Greek debt crisis and the end of QE2’s impact on the markets.

01 July 2011

2011 has, so far, been a mostly trendless environment. Even the market wizards who are tracked as 'trend followers' are down this year...

Fortunately, such difficult periods to come to an end, and new trends do begin. It the meantime, it's wise to keep an eye on the markets, and keep taking shots, though with perhaps smaller positions, until the market proves itself.
Read the full article here.

05 July 2011

Gil Morales on the recent market rally and his predictions for gold and silver.

05 July 2011

Given all the possible permutations of the continuing debt dilemmas in both the United States and Europe, finding a way to profit from the potential effect they’ll have on the markets is a complex challenge. Indeed, the current global landscape is fraught with so many cross-currents that calculating potential causalities is becoming less of a science and much more of an art.
Read the full article here.

07 July 2011

Gil Morales talks about gold and explains how massive liquidity is driving stocks higher and higher.

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07 July 2011

US, Europe will likely continue to inflate their way out of debt crises, printing money and debasing their currencies, so keep an eye on precious metals - but don't buy just yet. Read the full article here.

07 July 2011

Chris Kacher says that since June 2010, the general markets have yet to correct -10% even with QE2 over. Further, the negative news out of Portugal was not enough to take the market down. It is a sign of inherent strength in the general market when bad news does not derail the general market. With QE2 over, treasuries dropped & money went into the stock market, thus we’ve seen this straight up from the bottom action in the general markets. The bounce off recent lows could also be market forces taking into account quantitative easing in Europe, or Euro-QE. It could also be an indication of US QE3 to come. In the meantime, the market trades in a relatively trendless manner that characterizes 2011 so far.

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19 July 2011

Apple's stock has always been a sweet spot for investors, but it's recently come off one of the worst first six months of the year; and with Google's Android mobile operating system overtaking the iPhone in the smartphone space, Gil Morales wonders if Apple could be losing its lustre.

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