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A Severe Break in the Bull Market – What are the Impacts?

March 10, 2020

After an incredibly strong, bull run — the longest in history, that lasted 11 years, the S&P and Dow hit bear market territory. This fall from the sky was the quickest the market has ever gone from an all-time high to bear market territory. It has investors and traders everywhere asking, “What happened?!” I discussed this anomaly on Fox Business while I was in New York City last week. Essentially, the market typically ebbs and flows, however, from especially October … Read more

Which S&P Stocks are Benefiting From the Coronavirus Panic?

March 6, 2020

Most stocks in the market are taking a hit, but a couple stocks, Campbells soup, Clorox, Regeneron, Gilead, and Kroger are not. If you haven’t heard, people across the US are hoarding supplies from these companies, causing traders to buy them and send them trading higher. Is it a good time to buy? Check out my take by clicking here. Want more trading education? Follow me here by signing up for my free newsletter, at www.fivestartrader.com, or in my Mastery … Read more

Does Gold Have More Room to Run?

March 6, 2020

During a time of volatility traders and investors alike are looking for a safe spot to stash cash, especially in a low interest rate environment and when equities are trading lower. That is exactly why people get interested in gold. Some argue this would be a bad buy because gold’s price has grown too much too fast but considering the current market I believe it has more room to run. Personally, I like trading options on the gold etf, GLD, … Read more

Handling emotional trading days

February 24, 2020

On Friday, we talked about what happens when the market wanes. During the last newsletter, I talked about the technical parameters for trading this type of move.  But, what about the emotional side, and the actual logistics of trading a day like this? Well, currently I’m in Hawaii and woke up at the crack of dawn to news that the Dow was down 1000 points. Definitely not an ideal way to wake up on vacation, but, the reason why I … Read more

When momentum wanes…

February 21, 2020

As I’m sure you’ve noticed, the market’s experiencing one of the first significant pullbacks we’ve seen in awhile. I have my eye on tech and high momentum stocks, particularly market leaders: Microsoft, Apple, Google, and Tesla.  Right now, these leaders are telling us this market is going down — and fast. There were far too many traders long at these highs, and the selling that we’re seeing is emotion taking over. For someone like me — a momentum trader, I … Read more

Is SPCE the new TSLA?

February 18, 2020

On Friday, we discussed the macro/technical take in SPCE — which is shaping up to be the move of dreams. Is it the next TSLA? Maybe… Richard Branson has quite a ways to go, as Virgin Galactic is a fresh IPO, but it’s definitely giving us moves like TSLA.  Here’s my analysis that has helped me compare it to TSLA… Well, SPCE has just experienced two days in a row where it was up more than 20%, it has high … Read more

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