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Why the Dow Plunged 240 Points Today

10.01.2014: Wall Street apparently didn’t get the memo that September is over; the Dow and S&P 500 finished about 1.4% lower for the day. Global growth concerns are once again the main driver... Read more

Q4 Exclusive: 250 Stocks to Buy (and 250 to Sell)

09.30.2014: There is only one way to profit in the fourth quarter: You must know which stocks to own and which stocks to avoid. And you can do just that with this comprehensive... Read more

62 Trades To Make Before October

09.29.2014: During these busy times, it pays to stay on top of the latest profit opportunities. And today’s blog post should be a great place to start. After taking a close look at... Read more

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09.26.2014: Six Things You Need To Know About the Economy

09.25.2014: My Top Defense Play To Buy On the Pullback

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Our Time to Shine

The September Swoon. The Death Cross. Bendgate. There’s no denying that this was a dramatic week for Wall Street, and with the S&P 500 finishing 1.4% lower for the week, it has left many wondering if this will be the new normal. As for me, I’m not buying the doom and gloom scenarios. What I am buying right now are stocks, because this temporary pullback presents what I consider to be the last great buying opportunity of the year. In this Weekly Update I’ll explain exactly why I’m buying stock... Read more

September Swoon

You've probably see the media's numerous reports about the Russell 2000's 'death cross.' It's hard to miss them, as everyone wants to call the demise of small-cap stocks. But I urge you to ignore these headlines, because they are not telling the whole story. In fact, a 'death cross' is not typically a bearish signal for the Russell 2000. Just look back at the index's performance over the past 43 years, and you'll discover that the Russell 2000 actually pushed higher after a 'death cross' occ... Read more

Emerging Growth09.26.2014

September Seasonality

We are in the final days of September, and you know what that means: If you're not fully invested already, I suggest you get fully invested in the next two days. Tomorrow, September 30, is the best day not only historically to buy in a midterm election year, but also based on the moving averages. So in today's Weekly Profit Guide, we'll discuss the recent seasonal weakness, the Russell 2000 'death cross' and last week's economic reports—all of which impacted the market, giving us a great buy... Read more

Ultimate Growth09.29.2014

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General Motors Company (GM) Strong Sell

  • Volatility Conservative
  • Top Competitors TTM, TSLA, KNDI
  • Fundamental Grade D
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General Motors Company (GM) designs, manufactures, and markets cars, crossovers, trucks, and automobile parts worldwide. The company markets its vehicles primarily under the Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Opel, Daewoo, Holden, and Vauxhall brand names, as well as under the Alpheon, Jiefang, Baojun, and Wuling brand names. It also sells cars...

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