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How to Short Stocks Like a Pro ...

The biggest difference between a great golfer and an average golfer is the degree of control one has over the golf ball.  The average golfer has a predictable approach to the game, hoping to hit the ball as straight as…

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How to Protect Your Stock Profits

The biggest fear investors have when initiating a position is the fear of losing their principal.  The "paralysis by analysis" effect may even become a factor when deciding to pull the trigger.  This is a common emotion, and I am…

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Here's 3 Ways to Stay Profitable Forever

~ This exercise is pretty much guaranteed to make you a much more profitable trader or investor over time. I know some pretty savvy traders, mainly in NYC and Chicago, but all over the globe.  I was visiting a major…

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How to 'Rent' Your Stocks for Extra Cash Each Month

If you were a real estate investor who owned an apartment building, you would never try to leave your apartments vacant.  Every time someone moved out you would try hard to rent it to someone else to keep generating steady…

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Trade of the Day: The over/under on GOOG is ...

Earnings season kicked into high gear this week.  It’s like the football playoffs to options traders, and the good news is it happens 4 times a year. Well, the Super Bowl is Thursday, 4:02 pm kickoff, when Google reports earnings…

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Trade of the Day: Waking Up from a Coma

Ambac Financial Corp. (Sym: ABK) is the embattled bond insurer that was devastated in the wake of the housing financial crisis, where it became a significant player insuring secured agency debt and collateralized debt obligations. Once upon a time, Ambac’s…

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Trade of the Day: Percolating China

Starbucks Corp. (Sym: SBUX) is a Seattle based coffee vendor that produces those high octane, uniquely identifiable strong cups of Joe that many people fuel their daily productivity. It seems that you bump into one of these coffee houses at…

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Here's Why We're Bullish...

Many people have a hard time identifying whether they are in a market that's overextended, and they sell too early.  When you're caught up in the moment, it can be difficult to know if you're caught up in some empty…

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Trade of the Day: Is a Correction 'REIT' Around the Corner?

The residential real estate market has begun to stabilize, but is still in a vulnerable state.  Mortgage financing continues to be heavily supported by the Federal Government as consumers look to purchase and refinance homes. Commercial real estate asset classes…

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