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By Michael Lombardi
Michael tells you why he thinks the recent correction in the market has little to do with Standard & Poor’s downgrading of the U.S. credit rating...and why the correction could be an opportunity.

By Michael Lombardi
My commentary today is dedicated solely to the stock market. Many of my readers are obviously invested in stocks and are concerned over last week’s volatility.

By George Leong
The upward move of the retail sector is impressive given the constraints. George senses that retailers are just more efficient as far as production and inventory.

By Mitchell Clark
What’s old is new again: why you might want to consider large-caps as moneymaking investments.

By Michael Lombardi
Is it any wonder stock prices could rise up the wall of worry? The heavy hitters came out Monday and Tuesday of this week with earnings that “blew away” analysts…

By profitconfidential
BlackRock bought the stock…lots of it.The smart money over at Barclays bought it too, big-time.Institutions (the ones I like to call the “real smart money”) like this stock so much, they own 69.9%.

By Mitchell Clark
Why It’s Time to Ignore the Dow, S&P 500 and NASDAQ indices.

By George Leong
The world’s automakers know that, to grow, you need to have a presence in China’s auto sector, whether as a venture with a Chinese company or as a standalone manufacturer of vehicles.

By George Leong
George takes a look at the market this week and what the charts are telling us.

By Mitchell Clark
Buy low and sell high or buy high and sell higher? Why some great stocks don’t give you a choice.

By George Leong
China was the party capital of investment growth in 2009; but in 2010 and so far in 2011, it’s turning out to be quite the opposite as far as performance goes. However, in the long term, China still thinks it's a potentially very rewarding bet.

By Michael Lombardi
Which country Michael thinks will be the next to fall to the sovereign debt crisis in Europe and why.

By George Leong
The hurdles we face in our economic recovery and what the Fed says, and plans to do, about them.

By Mitchell Clark
Why it would be ideal then to be a shareholder in large-cap, dividend-paying gold producer over the next several years.

By Mitchell Clark
Mitchell tells you why the Dow Jones Transportation Average is the best market barometer of all—and what it's saying about the market right now.

By George Leong
George takes a technical look at the stock market by reviewing the recent chart action.

By Michael Lombardi
Today, we’ll hear and read stories about how the May job numbers are worse than expected, that the U.S. economy is starting to show signs of weakness, and that we’ll never get the economy going.

By Michael Lombardi
Why do so many people read Michael's PROFIT CONFIDENTIAL articles? Michael takes a look at common denominator amongst his followers.

By George Leong
George's best stock advice to you on investing in retail stocks.

By Mitchell Clark, B.Comm.
Mitchell brings to your attention what a great stock market investment looks like. In this case, it’s a silver stock; a great example of the ultimate “package” that an investor can hope to find in the huge universe known as the stock market.

By Mitchell Clark, B.Comm.
With markets in need of a correction, it’s actually quite a difficult environment to be making new picks in.

By George Leong, B.Comm.
Looking at retail? Want the sure-bet plays? My investment advice and best stock advice to you would be to stick with the leading discount bellwether retail stocks, such as Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. NYSE/WMT and Costco Wholesale Corporation NASDAQ/COST




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