Does This Line Signal a 16-Year Bear Market?

Rarely will you see me give any real credence to any fundamental market metric. Company P/E ratios, earnings per share, free cash flow… These just don’t factor in to my trading style. I’m far more interested in where the money’s moving in the short term, and none of those stats can tell me that. But today, in the face of what’s likely to be a far deeper, far more painful bear market… I make an exception. If you’ve read my work for any length of time, you know I’m a technical analyst. (If you haven’t read my work, that means[…]

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The Human Cost of Infrastructure Failure

For 100 years, a metal hook held up wires and insulators along the Feather River Canyon, California. After a century’s worth of wind, rain and snow wearing it down, it eventually broke in half. When the live wire fell, it ignited the dry brush below, setting off a huge wildfire. The fire spread with a speed that was absolutely impossible to contain, killing more than 100 people. And the fire razed hundreds of thousands of acres of vineyards and forest. In her latest book, California Burning: The Fall of Pacific Gas and Electric and What it Means for America’s Power[…]

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The Next Supply Shift Boosting YOUR 2.0 Stocks

Amber and I are back with a brand-new Monday Market Insights for you today. And this time, we’re covering the supply shift. Curious about what’s going on with industry 2.0? Cryptocurrencies? Amber’s latest mega trend? Sit right back and watch today’s video, because we’re covering all that and more. Here are a few of the topics we cover: Kiss the age of globalization goodbye. We’re heading straight into the age of deglobalization. How tokenization could completely revolutionize asset management. And a sneak peek at Amber’s Mega Trend Thursday Hint: Think factories! It’s all in today’s 20-minute video. Just click here[…]

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Buffett’s Billion-Dollar Bungle, Apple’s Peeling Production & The Lidar Linkup

Buffett Blowing Up Berkshire Great Ones, we always hear about how you should invest like Warren Buffett. The financial media calls him the “Oracle of Omaha,” and some even list Buffett as one of the greatest investors of all time. There is some truth to Buffett’s legend. I mean, he is worth more than $100 billion … and he did make his money before the dot-com booms and the massive tech rallies of the modern age. But I have some news for all you Buffett fanboys out there … the guy is human just like the rest of us. He[…]

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10X in Today’s Market

Here’s the 3-1-Q. 3 insights, 1 word for you to ponder and 1 question for you to jump-start your week… 3 Insights… No. 1: [Chart] Holding a Stock Long-Term for 10X Carl Icahn bought $3.6 billion of Apple stock and sold for a $2 billion profit. Not bad? But if he hadn’t sold, he’d be at 10X profit today owning $36 billion. See why it pays to hold. No. 2: Why I Never Recommend IPOs… If you’re at a poker table and you don’t know who the patsy is, you’re it. That’s the bottom line on IPOs — initial public[…]

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Our Mission for YOU

100,000 people from all corners of America are rising up … taking control of their financial futures. Two years ago, Charles made it his mission to help Main Street Americans — including former Governor Mike Huckabee — to find confidence, clarity and peace with their investments. Fast-forward to today… Well, we’re living in wild times. Inflation hit a record high, more interest rate hikes and stocks have been on a roller coaster. People are understandably worried. Yet, 100,000 Americans are still defying the odds. And we’re not giving up on you. Charles’ mission — our mission: To help 1 million[…]

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Top 10 Candies — and 1 Way to Profit

Maybe it’s just me, but 2022 has passed in the blink of an eye. We’re in a race to New Year’s. Halloween is behind us, Thanksgiving just ahead, and hot on its heels — the holiday season! It’s also the time of year when I have way too much candy on hand. Everything from Hershey bars to Reese’s peanut butter cups. My children are only 4 and 2, but this Halloween was their biggest candy haul of all time. Between their school’s “trunk-or-treat” event and trick-or-treating in our neighborhood, they each have two buckets filled to the brim! (Needless to[…]

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The Truth About the Midterm Elections

The Federal Reserve raised rates this week by 0.75%… With further hikes to come. Next Tuesday is the midterm elections and it looks like Congress will tilt Republican. Inflation continues to rise and the economy looks like it’s heading into recession. What should your investment approach be right now? Click on my face and I’ll share with you how to navigate these crazy markets. Click here… And I’d really like for you to let me know what you think. Send me an email at RealTalk@BanyanHill.com! Regards, Charles Mizrahi Founder, Real Talk Powered by WPeMatico

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Twitter Could Massively Backfire for Elon

Elon Musk has officially bought Twitter for $44 billion, somewhat reluctantly. He entered the building on his first day there carrying a sink. The joke was: Let that sink in. But in reality, will Elon Musk eventually sink the company? That’s something I’m going to talk about today. I’m also covering: Musk’s first actions at Twitter. The crypto rumored to become Twitter’s “currency.” What all this could mean for Tesla’s second-largest market — China. Click here or on the image below to watch today’s entire eight-minute video. And if you’d like to read a transcript, click here. And in the[…]

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Making Swiss Cheese Out of Economist Ideas

I’ve read a lot of books on the markets. Most won’t teach you anything you don’t already know. A rare few hold insights you’ll never forget. And some books are so wrong, they unintentionally lead you to an opposite strategy that actually works well. Among this last group is Burton Malkiel’s A Random Walk Down Wall Street. In it, the Princeton economist describes the stock market as a drunken sailor. Malkiel asks the reader to picture a sailor on a corner. He wants to cross the street. But he’s drunk, so his steps are unfocused. He might take a step toward[…]

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