Stock Analysis

When I'm bullish, I like to see positive trends develop. When I'm bearish, trading downward trends by shorting can generate some outstanding returns. But a trend that has been developing to the point where I'm concerned is the country's national debt.  I must say that each time I…

Day in and day out, I scour the market looking for investment opportunities. When you settle on an investment theme that really makes sense, you automatically pay more attention to companies that fit into this category. I talked before about the eye care industry as an investment theme…

It really is fun to look for exciting small companies in the stock market. No matter what the broader market is doing, there are always some growing companies that are capitalizing on a new industry trend. As you know, I love to consider new investment themes. In this…

Finding great companies in which to invest isn't all that difficult. No, really. Finding those companies for a reasonable price with the right market sentiment is the difficult part. One of the best ways to look for stocks is to run screeners. You can do this right over…

A few days ago, I discussed the impact of low-cost Chinese furniture on the U.S. furniture industry and how the establishment of heavy duties and trade warnings against China may be risky. I pointed to the facts that China and the U.S. will become significant trade partners and…

New scientific system finds most profitable stocks before they soar. It has even found stocks that went up an astonishing 34 to 219 times. I consider this system to be my true lifetime achievement.  It would have spotted Microsoft on March 25, 1986. $10,000 invested then would be…

When reading my commentary yesterday on how the recent U.S. consumer confidence report is nothing but a cruel joke to debt- laden Americans, I'd bet that many of our Canadian readers were feeling pretty good about themselves. To many Canadians, the grass is always greener on this side.…

This past September 17, 2004, I recommended a Toll Brothers put option at $3.70. Only twelve business days later, on October 5, 2004, that option was trading at $8! In a matter of days -- a profit of 116%! Is it any wonder B.E. recently wrote me from…