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By Mitchell Clark
It's surprising that the stock market reacted so strongly to news of weaker gross domestic product (GDP) growth and consumer spending numbers.

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 Mitchell Clark
All opportunities in the stock market occur in waves of enthusiasm. Right now, there’s not a lot to be enthusiastic about. But, the one sector that stands out as the most attractive in Mitchell's view is precious metals; gold, in particular.

By Mitchell Clark
The railroad companies are reporting record results and good visibility, but nobody's buying the success. What's going on?

By Michael Lombardi
Is the U.S. debt ceiling the least of our real problems. Michael delves into the truth behind the devaluation of the U.S. dollar.

By Mitchell Clark
The stock market’s new best friend—Warren Buffett Will Be Pleased. In the age of austerity, it’s workers who are going to get squeezed. How else are so many large companies reporting excellent earnings?

By Mitchell Clark
It would be so wonderful if the sovereign debt crisis in Europe was not at hand. It never pays to live in a fantasy world, but corporate earnings are coming in so good that the market would be a lot higher .

By Michael Lombardi
Throw bad news at this stock market…it doesn’t matter…the assault on Dow Jones 13,000 continues its move ahead.

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 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
Why consumer confidence amongst Americans is nose-diving.An important report just released by Thomson Reuters/University of Michiganknown as a preliminary index of consumer sentiment decreased in July to the lowest level since March 2009.

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 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
The stock market is being very clear about how it feels about the current state of things—it isn’t very happy at all.

By Mitchell Clark
Where is all the money going in the U.S. economy? Mitchell tells you which industry is the outperformer right now.

By Michael Lombardi
I’ll try my best not to be sarcastic this morning… But what happened to all theU.S.jobs we were promised were headed our way?

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 Michael Lombardi
Governments in Europe, including non-euro currency members such as the U.K., have been experiencing rising inflation.

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 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
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
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 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 Mitchell Clark
Mitchell's view on how the stock market downgrade makes next quarter's earnings story that much more attractive, and how the more famous investors, hedge-fund managers, and financial analysts are dealing with investing in the current market.

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 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 Mitchell Clark
If the economic data don’t start improving, then even the best-managed companies are going to have a difficult time growing their earnings in future quarters. It’s a fine line the economy is on right now and the future is rather unclear.

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 Michael Lombardi
Two news items this morning I want my readers to be aware of as we start June… The New York-based Conference Board’s index of consumer confidence fell “unexpectedly” in May to a six-month low.

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
Mitchell fully expects large-caps to outperform small-caps this year, as higher raw-material costs will be better absorbed by big companies that have more room to adjust prices without affecting the bottom line.

By Profit Confidential
Profit Confidential provides expert stock market advice, stock market investment advice, stock market investing tips, best stock market advice. We provide Daily stock market advice through our Profit Confidential newsletter.

By Michael Lombardi, MBA
After 100 people at the Federal Reserve ended their review of major U.S. banks, the Fed concluded that some of the largest banks in this country could increase their dividends, buy back shares and repay government loans. Despite all this good

By George Leong, B.Comm.
The bias towards stocks remains bullish, as the market continues on a two-year rally from the March 2009 low. The trend of the NYSE new-high/new-low ratio has been edging higher, with 161 of the last 167 sessions flashing a bullish sign.

By Mitchell Clark, B.Comm.
The stock market is handling the world’s two recent crises very well. The story in Libya seems far from over and Japan’s terrible tragedy is a decades-long recovery, but domestic stock prices didn’t go down that much and it’s a testament



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