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Posted by Martin February 18, 2024

Contest #12: Guess the S&P 500 Friday Close And Win Cash!

Last week we didn’t have enough votes, again. It looks like, visitors of this website do not want free cash. However, we are opening a new contest for the coming week. Remember, we need at least 5 people to vote. The winner wins free cash!   Contest voting is from Sunday February 18th – Wednesday Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 17, 2024

What does the market outlook look like for next week?

Last week, our journey was, to put it mildly, a roller coaster designed by an economist with a wicked sense of humor. We experienced everything from the stomach-dropping dips to the exhilarating highs that could give any thrill-seeker a run for their money. So, what’s in store for us next week? What market outlook can Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 12, 2024

Evaluating Boeing as an Investment in 2024

Investing in the stock market requires a keen eye on market trends, company performance, and investor sentiment. Boeing, a giant in the aerospace industry, has been a topic of debate among investors, especially considering its challenges and market position in 2024. Let’s delve into the different perspectives on Boeing as an investment, based on recent Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 11, 2024

Contest #11: Guess the S&P 500 Friday Close And Win Cash!

We are opening a new contest for the coming week. Remember, we need at least 5 people to vote. The winner wins free cash!   Contest voting is from Sunday February 11th – Wednesday February 14th and it is now CLOSED  

Posted by Martin February 11, 2024

Navigating Through Market Sentiment: A Look Ahead

The stock market is an ever-evolving ecosystem, constantly influenced by a variety of factors ranging from macroeconomic indicators to geopolitical events, and even investor sentiment. As we gear up for the upcoming week, a closer look at the current market sentiment and analyses from leading financial experts reveals a cautiously optimistic outlook, albeit with certain Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 05, 2024

The Oracle of Oh No: How Doom-Predicting Investors Stay Afloat

Welcome to the rollercoaster world of investing, where the forecast is always gloomy with a chance of catastrophic market crashes, according to some of our favorite doomsayers. Today, we’re diving into the curious case of investors like Jeff Gundlach – the financial wizards who predict the financial apocalypse every Monday, yet somehow manage to stay Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 04, 2024

Contest #10: Guess the S&P 500 Friday Close And Win Cash!

Last week, we didn’t get the minimum voters to have a valid contest. We need minimum of 5 people to validate the contest and have a true competition with one winner of cash. I hope, next week, we will have enough people to participate, have fun, and one of them win the cash prize! So Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 04, 2024

Stock Market in Overbought Territory But More Upside Coming

A few days ago the stock market participants were again panicking over something we all know and are aware of – interest rates. We all know inflation is easing and continues, so we all know that the FED will, at some point, start cutting the rates, and it doesn’t matter whether it will begin in Continue reading →

Posted by Martin February 01, 2024

The Resurgence of Micron Technology in the Dynamic Memory Market

Micron Technology, a key player in the semiconductor industry, primarily known for its memory and storage solutions like DRAM and NAND flash memory, is witnessing a significant phase in its business cycle as of early 2024. This post delves into the current state of the memory market, examining the trends and forecasts that are shaping Continue reading →

Posted by Martin January 29, 2024

When and Why Rolling Options Spreads

Rolling options spreads is a challenging task. Many times, I roll due to expectations or my fear, and it ends up being a mistake, like the last trade I opened a few days ago, and it was a too-soon roll. When trading SPX, I usually sell Iron Condors. I started trading extremely conservative strikes (1 Continue reading →