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  • Netflix Climbing The Stairs: Here’s How To Play It

    I was a tad premature in calling the end of the bounce in Netflix last week. With 14% of the float sold short, NFLX is presumably enjoying some short covering action as the rest of the market continues to rally from oversold conditions. Among the FANG stocks, Amazon and Facebook have been doing the heavy lifting […]

    Posted at February 23, 2016 » By : » Categories : Investing » 0 Comment
  • Google’s “Other Bets” Are THE Reason You Want to Own GOOGL Stock

    Alphabet Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOGL) just passed Apple Inc. (Nasdaq:AAPL) to become the world’s most valuable company. Executives reported earnings of $8.67 per share on revenue of $21.32 billion, surpassing analyst expectations for both revenue and profits. That’s great… considering the best is yet to come. Analysts are having trouble with something Google calls “other bets” and the fact that those […]

    Posted at February 22, 2016 » By : » Categories : Investing » 0 Comment
  • What to Do Now If You’re Short Twitter Stock

    We’ve talked a lot about why you want to pay attention to what Wall Street does, not what it says. Today we’re going to tackle that subject again. Why? Because you’ve got another king-sized opportunity with Twitter stock, or at least that’s what one analyst wants you to think. Before I tell you what it […]

    Posted at February 22, 2016 » By : » Categories : Investing » 0 Comment
  • The Worse the Markets Get, the Better This Tactic Performs

    We’re sharing this Total Wealth with you today because, although the markets are closed, that’s likely only a temporary break from the heavy selling that’s pushing stocks down right now. But you can use the tactic Keith is about to show you as soon as the markets open tomorrow to get set up for superior […]

    Posted at February 22, 2016 » By : » Categories : Investing » 0 Comment
  • Rich or Poor, You Can’t Ignore U.S. Treasuries in Today’s Markets

    There are a good number of investors who believe that U.S. Government Treasuries – notes in particular – are bad for you and even worse for your money at the moment. Why really doesn’t matter… rates might rise, deflation, a bond market bubble, there’s too much debt… they’re riskier than you think, goes the argument. […]

    Posted at February 22, 2016 » By : » Categories : Investing » 0 Comment
  • Goldman Sachs Wants a “Revolution,” so Grab These Shares Now

    Goldman Sachs thinks they’ve spotted an economic anomaly – and they’re warning it may force the firm to redefine the nature of  capitalism itself. In a research note, produced by a team of analysts and released earlier this year to clients, the firm highlights the fact that profit margins in the United States and elsewhere […]

    Posted at February 22, 2016 » By : » Categories : Investing » 0 Comment
  • Apple: Don’t Underestimate The Power Of App Store Sales

    Summary Apple App Store customers opt for other Apple devices based on apps already purchased. The gap between Apple and Google downloads is widening, not shrinking. Apps revenue to ultimately drive more sales of Apple computer products. App Annie Report: Facts, Figures and the Future App Annie released their 2015 retrospective and it makes for […]

    Posted at January 21, 2016 » By : » Categories : Alerts » 0 Comment
  • Designing an Investment Portfolio

    Forefield2 PRINT What is meant by “designing an investment portfolio”? Designing an investment portfolio is the process of determining which investment vehicles will help you pursue your personal goals. First, you’ll want to identify the personal investment goals that you would like to fulfill. These goals will be closely tied to a number of factors, […]

    Posted at January 13, 2016 » By : » Categories : Commentary & Insights » 0 Comment
  • How Interest Rates Affect the Stock Market

    Investopedia2 PRINT Interest rates. Most people pay attention to them, and they can impact the stock market. But why? In this article, you will learn some of the indirect links between interest rates and the stock market and how they might affect your life. The Interest Rate Essentially, interest is nothing more than the cost someone pays […]

    Posted at January 13, 2016 » By : » Categories : Commentary & Insights » 0 Comment
  • Markets Recover from Summer Swoon

    November 2015, Mike Loewengart, VP of Investment Strategy, PRINT Equity markets surged in October, even as the U.S. Federal Reserve opened the door wider to a possible December rate hike. U.S. large-cap stocks rallied over 8% during the month, outperforming small caps. Outside the U.S., developed and emerging markets showed impressive gains, each up more […]

    Posted at January 13, 2016 » By : » Categories : Commentary & Insights » 0 Comment