I'm starting to percolate on what tools will help me better analyze the
market and target stocks in particular. I'm open to ideas on tools to
build if the group has any they want to share. I've started to build
somewhat of a dashboard.
I've built a rudimentary calculator for trade analysis. I've also built a
few buttons for easier stock lookup by symbol.
Here's what it looks like so far... there's still a lot of room to grow
www.lpinvesting.com ( I purposely sent it as text and not a link ) :-)
On Tue, Sep 24, 2019 at 3:24 PM Bobby Tumser <bobtsgt@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Doesnt seem to be looking to good today with the impeachment inquiry. Glad
I took some profits yesterday.
On Sun, Sep 22, 2019, 10:51 PM Jeff Brinkman <j7brinkman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Yes it is quite tricky, the situation is as surreal as anything I've seen
over the years.
I just look for special situations, oversold/bought, mis-priced options,
activism and so on and try to avoid the noise.
On Fri, Sep 20, 2019 at 3:08 PM Alan Shrock <alan.shrock@xxxxxxxxx>
This week the Fed has injected #203 billion into the system in an effort
to stabilize interest rates. Factor in that there have been two 0.25% cuts
to the Federal Funds Rate.
These are signs of real weakness in the economy, not strength.
It stands to reason that any investor taking a realistic look at these
and other events in the economy would be wary.
On Fri, Sep 20, 2019 at 2:44 PM L. Feldman <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Here's an interesting article. It says "For the second day in a row,
the broader indexes of the U.S. stock market remained largely unchanged by
the close of the session. Even though the Fed announced a quarter-point
rate cut yesterday, investors were unwilling to accept this information as
a sign that it is time to buy more stocks."
What do you think, is it time to buy more stocks or not?
Despite rate cuts, investors appear nervous about buying more stocks,
although the homebuilding sector remains s...
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