Saturday Spotlight

Options Trading In a Volatile Market

In a Volatile Market

I’m going to be very brief today, because I want you to set aside the time to watch Wall Street Daily Chief Options Analyst Lee Lowell go deep on a trading strategy that will put money in your brokerage account instantly. Lee’s presentation today is more detailed than what we usually offer in the Saturday...

Identifying the Cracks in the Global Economy

Zeros Approaching

There was a time – World War II, in the Pacific Theater – when the phrase of our headline today aroused all sorts of mortal fear. Japanese fighter planes carried the same insignia that adorns the otherwise white flag of the island nation: a large red disc, in the center, representing the sun. American fighter...

Quantitative Easing, Supply, Demand, and Distortions

Quantitative Easing, Supply, Demand, and Distortions

“Investors should be more bullish when the S&P 500 is at 1830 (today) than at 2130 (May 2015). Obviously, most aren’t.” Those are the wise words of Wall Street Daily Chief Income Analyst Alan Gula, 117 taut characters built for Twitter on January 20. That day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down as much...

Stock Market Volatility: Insights by Greg Miller

The Blizzard of 2016

“Are you bull or bear?” That’s a question my former colleague and good friend Yiannis Mostrous – with whom (along with Elliott Gue) I co-authored this book – used to pose on a regular basis, back when we both plied our trades for another financial newsletter publishing company. I always replied, “Neither.” That answer, on...

The Relative Strength Index is Flashing A Buy Signal

A Buy Signal Is Flashing

These are trying times for anyone who has money in the stock market. As I write, late in the last trading day of the week, the S&P 500 Index is off 2.8%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 2.9%, and the Nasdaq Composite has shed 3.5%. And that’s just Friday’s carnage. There’s no question...

Technology Opportunity in the Market: Get Ready to Buy Low

Get Ready to Buy Low

Agora’s founder had it right in a December 23, 2015 entry in his Bill Bonner’s Diary: The right question to ask about a stock is not whether it’s going to go up but if it’s gone down enough to make it a good value. Well, we’re getting very near levels where investors with the stomach...

A Big Part of the System Is Blinking Red

A Big Part of the System Is Blinking Red

During the days leading up to Christmas we observed “Best Of” Week at Wall Street Daily. In these, the final days of 2015, our analysts are taking a look at the year ahead. Today’s Weekend Edition is actually a hybrid, a “Best Of” Saturday Spotlight that also highlights a potentially highly problematic development in a...

Wall Street Daily's Five Most Popular Articles of 2015

The Five Most Popular Articles of 2015

Welcome to the final week of 2015. Friday marks the beginning of another exciting year. I’m truly looking forward to what we have in store for 2016 – but before we flip the calendars, I want to take some time to reflect. Specifically, I want to thank you for reading Wall Street Daily each morning....

It’s a Timeless Tool for Tech Investors

It’s a Timeless Tool for Tech Investors

It was not a great year for financial markets. The S&P 500 Index could very well post its first annual decline since 2008. But 2015 was a good one for Wall Street Daily. Among many other important developments, co-founder Louis Basenese returned to WSD after a brief sabbatical to launch his own independent equity research...

Wall Street Daily's Top Five Technology Articles of 2015

The Top Five Technology Articles of 2015

It may be the holidays, but money never takes time off on Wall Street. And neither does the technology sector. Innovation is constant, progress is relentless… and fortunes are up for grabs every day. In 2015, we’ve aimed to keep you in the one place you absolutely must be in order to capitalize on the...