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Last Wednesday, I sent you an afternoon flash predicting a big shocker out of China — the worst GDP growth since the 2008 debt crisis and Great Recession. I felt it was so urgent, I could not...
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Stocks swirled even more than usual on Friday, sending the major market indexes on a ride from high to low and back again — investors reacted to a big positive earnings surprise at Procter &...
Wealth Wave
I get letters from readers concerned about my language. For example, one nice person wrote in to say: Hi, Sean, love your writing style and focused analysis. Am a subscriber of the Supercycle...
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Stocks were swirling even more than usual today — sending the major market indexes on a ride from high to low and back again, rinse and repeat — as investors reacted to a big positive earnings...
Pivotal Point
Successful investing is about patience and seeing the bigger trend. Netflix (NFLX) changed the way we consume media, and it became the first global network. After the closing bell on Tuesday,...
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It sure doesn’t feel like January outside. That’s because we’re still waiting for our first cold (or even COOL) front of the season here in South Florida. But in the markets, the recent action...
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Is bigger better? When it comes to the business of bombs and bullets, it sure seems so. Two companies that are far from household names, L3 Technologies (LLL, Rated "B") and Harris Corp. (HRS,...
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Stocks jerked and twisted lower again on Thursday, dragged down by the heavy selling of technology and communications companies; their lofty valuations are coming under question now that hostile...
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Major equity indexes were falling Thursday, dragged lower by renewed selling of technology and communications companies’ shares. Through 2 pm ET, the Dow was down 377 points, or -1.3%, while the...
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