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Technical Tuesday: Is Tesla Overbought? Plus

by Christopher Rowe

There was one stock everyone buzzed about last week. And when I say "everyone," I don't mean the financial professionals. I don't mean the analysts and I don't mean the money managers. In fact, of the several hundred people who attended the Investment U Conference in San Diego last week, the only time I saw presenters talking about this stock was when they recalled recommending it when it was 75% cheaper. Read On…

America Is Not Going Broke Plus

by Alexander Green

When I speak at investment conferences, like Investment U's annual conference last week in Carlsbad, Calif., I often give an overview of The Oxford Club's investment philosophy, method of analyzing stocks and a few recommendations. Then the inevitable hand goes up..."But what difference does all this make when the country is going broke?" Read On…

How to Play This Pullback in Gold Plus

by Sean Brodrick

There's no sugar-coating it. Gold got off to a no-good, horrible, very bad week on Monday, and it hasn't yet recovered. I expect to see the yellow metal test important support this week or next. The question is, what should active traders do when gold slumps? Let me show you some options. Read On…

The Will of the People Be Damned Plus

by David Fessler

Most people are afraid of change. Right now, automobile dealers across the U.S. are afraid of Elon Musk. Musk is the brilliant CEO of Tesla Motors Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA). His outside-the-box thinking with regard to car sales has left dealers "all dressed up with no place to go." Read On…

Have Insiders Turned Bearish on the Market? Plus

by Alexander Green

The average bull market lasts four and a half years. This one just had its fifth birthday. And nervous stock market investors have had more to chew on in recent weeks: Fed tapering, soft earnings news, slowing growth in China, geopolitical tensions with Russia, newfound enthusiasm for equities among small investors ... and - oh yeah - the fact that the Dow has returned approximately zero so far this year. Read On…

Ride the Platinum Profit Rocket Plus

by Sean Brodrick

We’re headed into a supply squeeze for platinum. Get on the right side of it to ride your own profit rocket. First, you need to know that platinum is rare. Consider that the world’s annual output of gold was 2,700 metric tons last year. Platinum output is a mere fraction of that, at 150-200 tons. If anything happens to the supply of platinum, this metal can really heat up. Read On…