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Zacks seems confident that Q2 this year will experience an epic rebound and gives the following clues for 4 Stocks which will have the biggest upside: Stock #1: This recent IPO retailer is virtually immune to the coronavirus, serving a rampantly growing online market. Although held just under its all-time highs, it looks to skyrocket […]

When the Chinese market crashed a few years ago, I recall that their government banned short-selling to the point of jail time as punishment. Fast forward to this weekend, I’m reading that certain countries (South Korea, the UK, Italy, Spain, maybe more to come) have already instituted the ban on short-selling, inverse ETFs and similar […]

In the webinar EXPLOSIVE PROFITS SUMMIT which aired on 2/5/2020, E.B. Tucker encourages investing in the asset known as “Omega Shares” which is different from traditional investments like stocks, bonds, ETFs, Options, etc. (It’s also different from the “Q” shares or DRIPs recently covered by Travis.) Actuallly, “Omega” is a financial ratio computation but Tucker […]

TPL used to be THE bright spot in the rather depressed or volatile Energy Sector. All came crashing down when the bitter feud between its trustees escalated to a blitzkrieg of derogatory remarks mailed to shareholders by both sides around proxy voting time. Due to my tiny position in the stock, I ignored the noise […]

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On Friday File: The Relative Safety of Agencies

I first learned about CHGG in a write-up (not tease) by Zacks on the work-or study-at-home trend during these pandemic times. The company addresses the needs of youth during their pre to post-college years. When I ran the stock through different analyst [...]

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On Ask a Stupid Question...

For those interested in diversifying a portfolio laden with tech & biotech stocks... What do think of newly-IPO’d stock Warner Music Group (WMG)? Its primary business is the development of recording artists, promotion, licensing of music, etc. My initial[...]

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On Personal Finances teases, "Are You Owed An Extra $1,569 A Month in 'Benefits'?"

timcoahran, Imagine one of those scenic paintings or photos of a mountain in the background and a lake in the foreground. In charting parlance, the bottom left side of the mountain is known as the “left shoulder” while the bottom right side is called [...]

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On Friday File: The Relative Safety of Agencies

In the same niche as one of the under-the-radar stocks in the Real Money Portfolio called Hipgnosis Songs (SONG.L or HPGSF) is a new stock that just IPO’d earlier this month called Warner Music Group (WMG). However, their business models seem to be [...]

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On Friday File: The Relative Safety of Agencies

In the same niche as one of the under-the-radar stocks in the Real Money Portfolio called Hipgnosis Songs (SONG.L or HPGSF) is a new stock that just IPO’d earlier this month called Warner Music Group (WMG). However, their business models seem to be [...]

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On Ask a Stupid Question...

Thanks for the perspective. I guess I just get annoyed when a safe-haven stock is taken down after a good Earnings Report and not even for profit-taking because the stock trades sideways.[...]

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Could someone be so kind as to explain why the market dislikes Kroger? KR was the only member of the S&P 500 that was up on serious Correction Day 6/11. This morning (6/18) it reported Q1 earnings and revenue that exceeded expectations. I would think busi[...]

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On Microblog: Next Gen Supercycle

They were on the same thread but reco's by a different "guru", so not part of the 19 "NextGen" stocks.[...]

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On Microblog: One Stock For the Self-Driving Revolution

T-a-a-S is the acronym for Transportation as a Service. I don't know what Rex Moore's/Motley Fool recommendation is, but you might want to check out what this tech niche is about in a similar-sounding reco by Whitney Tilson covered as follows: https://ww[...]

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On JR Butts ad says "A major Wall Street 'slipup' means you can buy stock in a little-known satellite company at a price as much as 20X below its real value"

bluegrew, I realize that you mistook stock symbol ORBC for what you thought was an acronym for some pop culture phrase. However, please be cautious about "casting stones" since you misspelled the words "up" and "English" plus seem to have a problem with s[...]

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On JR Butts ad says "A major Wall Street 'slipup' means you can buy stock in a little-known satellite company at a price as much as 20X below its real value"

Benito, thanks for the idea. An explanation for suggesting this company would have been nice but I didn't find it absolutely necessary. My initial research reveals that its price performance over the past 3 mos exceeds 100% . Miscellaneous analyst ratings [...]

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On Microblog: MotleyFools Next-Gen Supercycle stocks - 5G again but also

A boatload of thanks to @Sal for naming Motley Fool’s 19 next-generation supercycle 5G stocks and a shipload of gratitude to @zippyd for combining Motley Fool – George Gilder – Ben’s List in one thread, throwing in personal thoughts for a bonus! [...]

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On Microblog: Jeff Brown 5G teaser

As these video presentations tend to run for weeks, months or even years, there's a great chance your question has been covered. By typing "Jeff Brown 5G" in the Search Bar, you'll get the following result: https://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/exponentia[...]

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On Microblog: George Gilder’s Internet Reboot

Carla, Here you go: https://www.stockgumshoe.com/2019/07/microblog-what-is-george-gilders-moonshot-stock-using-ai-and-crypto-blockchain-security/ I was hoping Travis would respond to your question, but it seems that he did not find sufficient interest in[...]

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On Microblog: Big American Bank is going bankrupt

It seems that this tease continues to be rehashed year after year and has been sleuthed as follows: https://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/judgement-day-profit-letter/youll-never-guess-which-big-american-bank-is-going-bankrupt-next-lombardi/[...]

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On Microblog: George Gilder’s Internet Reboot

While waiting for Travis' response, you can get a head start by typing Gilder's name in the Search Bar. It should take you to an active thread on the Internet Reboot webinar that first aired sometime in the summer of 2019. My recollection is that Gumshoer[...]

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On Friday File: Rethinking Coronavirus Impact for my Portfolio Companies (and adding a few)

Yes, kudos to grocery staff for keeping up with demand while behaving responsibly in limiting the number of people in their stores at any given time. An even higher commendation goes to medical staff directly in contact with patients suffering from the di[...]

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On Microblog: Market in Turmoil: Is it better to Invest in ETF's like Vanguard Information Technology (VGT) and Invesco QQQ (QQQ)

** IF ** the people at Stansberry Research are to be believed, they warn that the decline in the broad market has just begun and still has a long way to go, so be cautious with jumping into stocks to take advantage of the dips. Eventually, they say that[...]

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On Cabot's "Apple of Cannabis"

I see a correlation problem here. My understanding is that bitcoin (whether the brand name with uppercase “B” or the generic term for cryptocurrencies with a lowercase “b”) has to run on a blockchain platform – much like a train needs to run on r[...]

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On Wyatt's picks for "Coronavirus Biotech Boom?"

Yup, it's a horse race. I looked at a dozen of them today (3/17) and they all ran in full form during regular trading hours. However, in the extended trading session, most of them are down by varying percentages. Only three are up in after-hours trading:[...]

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