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Stocks Go Red, What Do You Do Now?
3 months ago by Investors Business Daily

No need to panic, it’s just a market correction. Here’s how you prepare for the next uptrend.

Chat With Traders: Short hype stocks, long farmland w/ Phil Goedeker, @OzarkTrades
3 months ago by

This guy makes a killing shorting "flying pigs". I didn't think he did a good job explaining the details of how he identifies entries or his risk management. Maybe he was holding back the "secret sauce"

Ep. 632: The Machines Will Kill Us with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio
3 months ago by Trend Following Radio

Michael Covel tackles Wall Street's new volatility and the blame of machines.

(Un)Steady as She Goes: 2018 Investment Outlook
3 months ago by

The U.S. is in its second-longest equity bull market in the post WWII-era, at nearly nine years. Can financial markets continue on their upward course, or is the recent volatility a sign that bearish conditions are on their way? Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani, chief investment officer of the Goldman Sachs Investment Strategy Group, discusses her team’s 2018 investment outlook, titled (Un)Steady as She Goes, and explains its recommendation that clients stay invested in equities in the year ahead.

TDI Podcast: Decrypting Crypto Charts with Brian Shannon (#545)
4 months ago by The Disciplined Investor (The Discipl... @ The Disciplined Investor

In this episode, Brian Shannon of provides valuable insights into trading crytptocurrencies. We talk about some of his favorite setups, indicators and what coins to focus on. As Brian has always said, “it is only price that pays” and this goes for trends with cryptocurrencies as well. We talk Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ripple and Ethereum. […]

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'Pew Pew' Goes the Blockchain
about 2 hours ago by Matt Levine @ Bloomberg View

Hacker protection isn't sexy. But maps that shoot lasers sure are.

Ten Years Ago: Looking back at a Foreclosure
about 3 hours ago by Bill McBride @ Calculated Risk

Ten years ago today, I wrote House Price Mosaic. This was a discussion of how areas with significant foreclosure activity were seeing larger price declines (as expected).In the post, I mentioned a foreclosure that Jim the Realtor had listed for sale at 260 Securidad St in Oceanside, CA.For fun, I took a look at that house.The house had sold for $318,000 in July 2004, and according to Jim, the owner refinanced a year later for a total of $375,000 in loans.The house sold for $140,000 in June 2008 at foreclosure.Now the house would probably sell for double the foreclosure price.    That is a crazy ride.

Adaptive Insights Files For $100 Million IPO
about 4 hours ago by SA IPO Analysis

Mispricing In The Multifamily Sector
about 4 hours ago by SA Editor's Picks

IPOs This Week: 5/21/18
about 5 hours ago by SA IPO Analysis

Monday links: two equally important elements
about 5 hours ago by abnormalreturns @ Abnormal Returns

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Huya: The 'Twitch Of China' Is A Bet On Gaming And E-Sports
about 5 hours ago by SA Editor's Picks

M17 Entertainment Files For U.S. IPO
about 6 hours ago by SA IPO Analysis

If you cannot solve this trading issue you ought to find new work
about 6 hours ago by Bella @ SMB Capital

Hello Mike, the same pattern has been repeating lately again and again. I’m not too sure how I can fix it, even though I have been trying to. I would be consistent for a few days and make like $100, $200, $500, $300 and then the next day I would just lose $1000-$2000 therefore wiping out all my profits over ... Read More

ESG links: quants at work
about 7 hours ago by abnormalreturns @ Abnormal Returns

This the sixth edition of an occasional linkfest focused on ESG or socially responsible investing at Abnormal Returns. You can check out...

Oil Prices Up almost 50% Year-over-year
about 7 hours ago by Bill McBride @ Calculated Risk

First, an excerpt from a research note by Merrill Lynch economists today: If bad luck intersects with bad policy, a recession becomes a real risk. We would keep a particularly close eye on two traditional business-cycle killers-the Fed response to stronger-than-expected inflation in the US and a growing shortage of oil, pushing prices to new heights.So far the increase in oil prices isn't a concern for the economy, but it is something to watch.Click on graph for larger image</span...

Banks As Socialist Collectives
about 8 hours ago by Matt Levine @ Bloomberg View

Also pew-pew maps, crypto trust, shareholder noncompetes and CBS.