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Is Big Blue A Big Buy?

Lee Lowell / November 7, 2018

This past October, International Business Machines (IBM) set a record for itself. In one month it dropped the most in its history. Read More

Beat the Markets With This One Word

Adam O'Dell / November 6, 2018

While I was in Austin, Texas, for our sixth annual Irrational Economic Summit a couple of weeks ago, I sat down with Senior Research Analyst Dave Okenquist from Economy & Markets TV to talk a Read More

The Last Honest Intentions in Parliament

Charles Sizemore / November 5, 2018

Remember, remember the Fifth of November, The Gunpowder Treason and Plot, I know of no reason Why the Gunpowder Treason Should ever be forgot. Read More

The Market Is The Noise – Ignore It

John Del Vecchio / November 2, 2018

Pffffffffffffft… That’s how I’d describe markets over the past month – a lot of sounds, as many furies, and, still, not much signaled… In other, real words, things have gone even more pre-verbal… I’ve often Read More

Your Antidote to the Recent Market Sell-Off

Lee Lowell / November 1, 2018

I can't say it enough – options contracts are your best friend, in good times and bad. It's been a brutal few weeks for the stock markets. Read More

The Third Flaw with Wall Street’s Go-To Advice

Adam O'Dell / October 31, 2018

We recently explored the first flaw and the second flaw with Wall Street’s buy-and-hold mantra. It’s enticingly believable… we’ve been told stocks go up in the long run. (The first flaw. Read More

A Taste of the Irrational Economic Summit

Charles Sizemore / October 30, 2018

And another Irrational Economics Summit draws to a close. We saw many familiar faces. Read More

The Future Is Autonomous

John Del Vecchio / October 29, 2018

Obviously, a lot of attention right now is focused on whether we’ll even be able to survive the next week or so, what with midterm elections approaching and the markets starting to adjust to higher Read More

“Imitation”: The Sincerest Form of Flattery (and a Way to Build Wealth)

Lee Lowell / October 26, 2018

When I was a kid, my older sister would incessantly copy and imitate my every move and word. Not because she wanted to be like me; she wanted to irritate and make me angry. Read More