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7.23.2020 - Insider Bookmark


Good morning to all.  Welcome to another day of utter madness!

3.11.2020 - Insider Bookmark


Good morning all. 

I knew it was coming and yesterday we got it. We got a pretty hefty snap back rally, but it didn't come easy. 

12.27.2019 - Insider club Bookmark


Unleash the madness!  For what ever reason, they decided yesterday was a good day to start really pouring it on.  The monster names like AAPL had enormous gains. But not much compares to AMZN gaining almost 80 bucks a share. In one day. 

Go figure. 

10.28.2019 - Insider Bookmark


Good morning all, welcome back from your weekend. As always I hope it was a really good one for you all

4.25.2019 - Insider Bookmark


Good morning everyone, welcome to a new day. 

Sorry I didn't have any late day updates yesterday, they sent me all over creation getting different "tests" and I didn't get home until 4:20. Sheesh. 

7.10.2018 - Insider Bookmark


Hello all, welcome to another day. 

The "bounce" was in full throttle "go" yesterday as they walked the market higher virtually all day. Did I think that they'd continue the move higher on Monday? absolutely, that's why I held MSFT and IWM over the weekend. Did I think we'd put on 320 DOW points and 24 S&P's? Nope. I didn't see that coming at all. My guess would have been for 150 - 200 at most. 

8.9.2016 - Insiders Club Bookmark


See?  I was mentioning the other day that most of the gains in this market come in the gap ups.  Yesterday the market put in an incredibly low volume, flatline hugging session. But sure enough this morning the futures are inching their way higher. At 6 am they were slightly red. At 7 they went green. Then at 8 the S&P moved up to +3.

4.22.2016 - Earnings Disasters Bookmark

Earnings are coming out fast and furious, and for the most part they're horrid. Intel guided lower and announced they'll lay off 12,000 people. Google missed. MSFT was light. Caterpillar is an outright disaster. If you look at the "scorecard" the TV will tell you that 68% of the companies reporting have beaten their estimates. Yeah, right. Using "NON GAAP" adjusted accounting. If they simply used GAAP standards, only 44% have beaten. But worse...of the ones that are beating, 80% of them are doing it on lower revenues.

Less revenues folks. Take that as "sales". Should stocks rise as sales fall? Not in a real market, but in this central bank controlled mess, it's just business as usual. 

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