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Patience Is Key. All Things Are Difficult Until They Become Easy

Proverb 13:11 – “Riches gotten quickly will dwindle, but those who acquire them gradually become wealthy” We want to make the portfolio as simple as possible. We actually started a few weeks back and have recommended stocks but we want … Continue reading

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Breakaway Gap In Blackberry Should Offer Strong Support

On an individual stock basis, we like Blackberry (BB). The reason being is that shares underwent a breakaway gap recently on very strong volume. These gaps usually begin at the start of a sustained move and usually take place after … Continue reading

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Volatility Contraction In GSX Techedu

Long-term our assumptions have not changed, we believe precious metals as well as stocks will rise with obviously intermediate and yearly cycle lows along the way. In fact, all commodities should do well in an inflationary environment. What investors should … Continue reading

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April 1 (Update)

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Elevated Volatility = Short-Term Trading Opportunity

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S&P500 Still Seeking Out Its 4-Year Cycle Low

   

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Consistent Income – The Name Of The Game In Investing

Remember the goal of investing is for income – period. Whether that is value plays (through dividends and a return to intrinsic value), swing plays or covered calls, the goal is the same – income. In saying this, from our … Continue reading

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One Step Closer In Nat Gas

 

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Rolling Potential Puts In Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV

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Will $1200 Hold On Gold ?

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