Turn Your Stocks Into A Cash Machine

Many investors are finding this market extremely difficult to trade.  There is increasing volatility in both directions but no real directional bias since March.  In fact, the stock market barometer of the Dow Jones Industrial Average hasn’t moved out of a 650-point channel over the last four months. Most things are looking very bullish in the economy, and the stock market should be taking off to the upside.   However, bearish international pressure combined with domestic interest rate fears have put a lid on the stock market bulls. Both the traditionally bullish and bearish stoc...
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Gains Ahead In The Top Performing Sector

The old saying “When rates are low, stocks will grow, and when rates are high, stocks will die” is about to be tested for truthfulness in a dramatic way. The last six years have seen interest rates held unnaturally low by the Federal Reserve.  Ultra low-interest rates have resulted in a massive bull market and a surge in economic activity across the board.  Now, things are about to change! Signals are brewing in the economy and directly from the Federal Reserve itself that interest rates are about to begin climbing higher. In fact, multiple analysts identify September as the month...
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Time To Prepare For The Bear? These 4 Indicators Say So

Investors are reaping many blessings from the super bull market over the last six years.  Every since the financial crisis ended in 2009, stocks have exploded higher.  Remember, just six short years ago the Dow Jones Industrial Average was trading below 7000.  It is higher by just under 300% since the 2009 low point.  Fortunes are being made by traders and long term investors riding the price rocket stock market higher. Everyday I wake up hoping this historic and explosive bull market never ends.  However, I know that all good things must eventually come to an end.  Long-term bullish period...
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How To Profit From Volatility

There is nothing certain in the stock market.  The bulls and bears are in a constant battle for dominance and the winner can change in a heartbeat. However, there are a few things that are very likely to happen in the not so distant future. The first thing is that the Federal Reserve will start to increase interest rates.  The central bank’s multi-year accommodative economic policy of quantitative easing and ultra low interest rates has worked its magic.  The economy has been kick started back to growth. History makes it clear that the stock market performs best during times of lo...
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