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By Michael Lombardi
What a day for the market yesterday. Wherever we looked, we saw a sea of deep red. Stocks got chopped. Gold was down. Bonds were down. What's happening? Michael gives you the lowdown.

By George Leong
A look at initial public offerings (IPOs) and what it means to invest in them.

By George Leong
The strength in stocks has some of us by surprise, but now the outlook looks better and bullish on the charts if the gains can hold.

By Michael Lombardi
Why Michael really wouldn’t be surprised to see large, organized citizen protests become the new phenomenon in America in 2012.

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 George Leong
Why Asian equities have been the worst-performing markets year to date, while U.S. markets ranked amongst the top performers.

By Mitchell Clark
The stock market isn’t likely to advance strongly unless corporate visibility beats current consensus; so, what are large-cap second-quarter earnings saying so far?

By Michael Lombardi
Michael has an opinion on the stock market, where it’s headed, which you're not reading or hearing anywhere else.

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

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 Profit Confidential
Profit Confidential Spam is primarily focused on investing in stocks, real estate, investing in gold, currencies, interest rate predictions and economic analysis.

By Profit Confidential
Profit Confidential Review is primarily focused on investing in stocks, real estate, investing in gold, currencies, interest rate predictions and economic analysis.

By Michael Lombardi
Michael's story of a lonely Miami condo building—giving you a good view on what's going on with the real estate market in this hard-hit area of the U.S.

By Mitchell Clark
For the most part, trading action in equities can be considered quite muted in the absence of a defined trend right now.

By Michael Lombardi
In January of the year, the Federal Reserve predicted that the U.S. economy would grow between 3.4% and 3.9% in 2011. In April, the Fed said it predicted that the economy would grow less, at between 3.1% and 3.3% this year.

By Mitchell Clark
More proof that, in this market, the best-performing stocks are large-cap, dividend-paying stocks whose businesses have been around for a very long time.

By Michael Lombardi
Michael explains why he thinks a stock market rally is imminent.

By Michael Lombardi
Why Michael expects we will fall into a recession soon.

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

By George Leong
Stocks are heading lower, the charts look ominous. While many of you may be looking to buy stocks right now, make sure you don't get pulled in by a sucker's rally.

By Mitchell Clark
In a period of slow economic growth, dividends from equity investments are a big deal. In fact, dividends might be the single most important contributor to equity returns over the next several years.

By George Leong
What you need to know about the Chinese travel industry and some examples of stocks you would want to include in your investment portfolio.

By Mitchell Clark
Things aren't looking good for most stocks at the moment. But Mitchell can tell you what the best buys in the market are right now.

By Michael Lombardi
We know this sounds crazy. But Michael believes the low-interest-rate environment that has prevailed for months is actually killing the economy. Read on to find out how.

By George Leong
Why stocks are seeing red right now and what you should be doing with your investment portfolio.

By Mitchell Clark
It looks like the current trading action in stocks is the correction/consolidation that we should have had earlier in the year. Investor sentiment was perhaps too optimistic and economic reality has now caught up to the marketplace.

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 Mitchell Clark
Why Mitchell would be a new buyer of large-cap, dividend paying stocks right now.

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
April was a record for stocks. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for May, which has been characterized by uncertainty and a lean towards the downside. What's going on and what's George's investment advice right now?

By Mitchell Clark
The European sovereign debt issue remains a shadow over the economy and markets. It could take years for the problem to actually go away. So what is the investment strategy you can use now that pays off better over time?

By Anthony Jasanksy, P. Eng.
Just as the Federal Reserve is winding down its $600-billion QE2 monetary stimulus program, the latest releases of U.S. financial data increasingly point to another slowdown in the American and global economies.

By Mitchell Clark, B.Comm.
It’s the best kept secret in the equity speculation business: take as little action as possible. If you have the patience to wait for only the most attractive stories during a period of strong investor sentiment, your odds of making money

By Michael Lombardi, MBA
For years, I have been advocating a trading strategy to my readers that can still be profitable today: buy American stocks in Canadian dollars.



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