These 3 Stocks Are Poised To Boom During The Pandemic

The Coronavirus has presented many challenges to healthcare workers, the economy and traders. The uncertainty in markets are at a all-time high. We ask ourselves as traders and investors… How do we learn from this? How do we profit from this? How do we take advantage of the happenings in the […]

2 Stocks Ready to Breakout

Working from home is no longer a privilege… it’s become a necessity due to recent stay-at-home orders.

My Top Gold Stock

Gold has been rallying for the last couple of months, and to be honest, it’s just having an all-around solid year.

Stay Away From This Pot Stock

One of the most interesting things that happens during and after a stock market crash is actually incredibly easy to predict -- if you know what to keep an eye on.

My 2 Favorite Stocks Right Now…

Out of thousands of stocks, two have caught my attention. Between these two stocks, I am seeing things like multiple strong buy recommendations, prices breaking out to new highs, 95% customer retention rates, and increased dividend rates over the past decade. … But these stocks will not go unnoticed by […]

Gold Bugs Are Loving This

The global economy is still unpredictable… currencies are wildly unstable… and it feels like it’s just a matter of time before our nice, little rally turns into another nosedive... which has me taking a serious look at good, old fashioned GOLD.

Elite Time Blocking

The last few months have been an interesting exercise for me and my family. Dealing with a global crisis while running a business and raising a couple kids feels a lot like being deployed to a combat zone.

Dealing With Frustration (and How to Fix It)

It challenges every trader (including myself), and can quickly build as back-to-back losing trades roll in due to the market blocking your execution plan. That’s why you shouldn’t stick all your eggs in one basket.

Rage Against the Machines: Algorithms Losing Steam

I read a great blog on Bloomberg this morning that talked about “fundamentals” versus “technicals.” For those who might not be aware, “fundamental” metrics attempt to measure the actual value of a stock. For instance, how much revenue a company might generate, or what operating costs will be.