A Fundamental Trends custom SWOT Report on a leader in the FinTech explosion. This company can bypass banks or work with them, lends, does P2P, crowd funding, small business, online, crypto… Members Only.
In this section you will find Fundamental Trends investment ideas, research, model portfolios 401(k) Alerts. Fundamental Trends offers investment ideas in three categories: Stocks, ETFs, Options & 401(k) Asset Allocation.
What truly makes this investment letter different is our approach to buying and selling which is managed for risk differently than most others. We make extensive use of “limit orders” and cash-secured put option selling to scale into positions and secure low costs basis.
A Fundamental Trends custom SWOT Report on one of the companies leading the virtual medicine revolution. See the future of healthcare. Members Only.
A Fundamental Trends custom SWOT Report on one of the companies leading the 4th Industrial Revolution. An AR & IoT leader. Members only.
Our weekly stocks, options & ETFs webinar focused on charting opportunities and risks. Also, thoughts on how catalysts and fundamentals coincide with the charts. Members only.
Available to all with a Free Library Card or any membership. The “secret code” was given today to sell. It’s very rare this SPY gets one wrong.
Quarterly Outlook & Game Plan (April 2020): Impact Of Coronavirus COVID-19 On The Economy And Investing
I have made this Quarterly Outlook and Game Plan open to the public. If you are not a “Free Library Card” holder or existing member, please sign up today. Memberships are temporarily 50% off your first year. If you subscribe to “Sustainable Growth Investing” or either Retirement membership, I am upgrading you your 1st year to our R.A.R.E. membership. You can decide in a year if that’s right for you. R.A.R.E. entitles you to everything on the site, including our forums and swing trading chatroom.
Summary If there were holdings you wished you sold before the crash, here’s your chance to trim, cut and liquidate. The economy will be hampered until there is a vaccine for Coronavirus COVID-19. If we do away with social distancing before the end of May, then we are setting up for a second wave of infections and a deeper recession. Keep this in mind, the Federal Reserve has a lot […]
Model portfolios are worth precisely nothing to you. Stocks should not be bought all at one time, neither should ETFs. However, having a structured portfolio to fill in as you get prices on assets you want, now that goes a long way. Here are three approaches that have worked well for me managing OPM. One should work for you too.
Stocks are still historically overvalued and the market is trading thin. What could go wrong? Are you the sucker to find out? Members only. Try a membership to Global Trends ETF, your first year only $99, for access.
Here we have a quick take on whether to own a physical gold ETF, gold stocks or both. Given the amount of money printing going on and more coming soon, gold is likely to have a resurgent bull market that has been a long time coming. We see gains of 200-400% in the next 5-10 years. You will need a Global Trends ETF membership or higher to see this piece.
Here’s our looked for monthly ETF Chart Book for April 2020. This is one of the most important chart books we’ve put out given the deep correction we are experiencing due to Coronavirus COVID-19. You must have a Global Trends ETF or higher membership. Anyone who does not, this month only, subscribe to Global Trends ETF with your first year 50% off and you will be upgraded to our sustainable growth membership.
Selling long dated covered calls is a tactical strategy that is very useful right now. Get the premium from volatility and time value. Gain income while you wait for the stock market to heal in coming quarters. Available to anybody with a subscription or a FREE Library Card.
The stocks on this list have great growth potential and are big enough already to be considered for the S&P 500 soon. In general, the stocks are all at least $3 billion market cap, but most are larger. I will also have a list of small caps soon to augment this basket.
Stop looking at the world as if it changes every day, things more slower than that. — We will find a bottom when the markets decide we have found a bottom, watch the technical indicators. — When we see signs of stability in the market coming off oversold on the daily, weekly and monthly, then it will be time to get back in. —
People are asking me: “Kirk, do I think we still the stock market with another leg down?” My answer is yes. Could I be wrong? Sure, absolutely.
There is an ebb and flow to option selling and buying. We are primarily option sellers to capture premium and time value. With the volatility in the market, we need to manage a bit more actively. This page is open to all members and Free Library Card Holders.
If you think you have a great investment idea, let us have it. We’ll dig deep along with you. Get started by doing a medium dive and writing a SWOT report. Then share it with me and we’ll look for the right questions to ask.
Become a member of Sustainable Growth Investing, either Retirement Service or R.A.R.E. to walk through stocks chart by chart with me. Look for great entries and opportunistic profit taking. Use discount code on sign-up page for a 50% first year discount.
The Fed announced that it has “infinite” money today. The great devaluation is on. Helicopter money is here. I have a non-correlated asset you should buy to replace your bonds. Don’t look at the picture, that’s only taking stock of and mining half way to the answer.
We have done several update webinars due to Coronavirus. Here are the links now available to the public. Also, today’s webinar details, ideas on ETF asset allocation and a covered call strategy.
Tonight’s webinar preparing us to when and how to buy ETFs for our asset allocation requires a paid membership. I have put a “half price” discount code with all services at the sign-up pages. Please try us on for size at half price. By this point, you probably see the value. We got out early near the highs and we will get back near the lows by scaling into attractive sectors of the economy.