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The Economic News You'll Want to Know

02.05.2016: It's Friday and that means it's time to review the latest economic data and identify which pockets of the economy are heating up and which are slowing down. Don't worry about catching... Read more

Buy This, Not That: Dunkin' Donuts and Starbucks

02.04.2016: If you ask any coffee drinker whether they prefer Dunkin' Donuts (DNKN) or Starbucks (SBUX), it's usually a tossup. Some 'run on Dunkin,' while others are card-carrying members of Starbucks' loyalty program.... Read more

LOW Falls on Acquisition News: Buy or Sell?

02.03.2016: Shares of Lowe's Companies (LOW) pulled back today after the home improvement retailer announced plans to buy Rona, a major hardware retailer in Canada. Let's dig into the details of the report... Read more

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02.02.2016: This Medical Devices Stock Just Blew Analysts Away

02.01.2016: 71 Trades to Combat the Chill on Wall Street


Answers to Your Questions

The first five trading days of February were characterized by the kind of volatility we saw in January. However, unlike last month, our Buy List was hit harder than the broader market. What caused the sudden pullback in our stocks? Is it finally time to cash out and stuff our savings under our mattresses? The first question is a little more complicated, but I have the complete details in the latest Blue Chip Growth Weekly Update. As to the second question, which I’ve received numerous times i... Read more

An Extremely Volatile January

What the heck happened in January? The S&P 500 and Dow both shed more than 5% during the month, even with the two indices tacking on 3% gains in the final two weeks. And if you're like much of Wall Street, you want to know what caused the herky-jerky trading action last month. While we've discussed the recent market volatility quite a bit recently, we'll discuss what was behind January's volatility one more time in the February Monthly Issue. In addition, despite all the stock market distra... Read more

Emerging Growth02.05.2016

Stock Market Volatility Likely to Persist

I think like much of Wall Street, we're all a little relieved to see January in the rearview mirror. While the major indices staged an end-of-the month rally, both the S&P 500 and Dow still ended January more than 5% lower. Much of the volatility has stemmed from weak commodity prices, slowing global economic growth, an uncertain political environment here in the U.S. and disappointing fourth-quarter earnings announcements. And, unfortunately, most of these issues aren't going away any time s... Read more

Ultimate Growth02.01.2016

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