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In the 1989 drama Field of Dreams, the legendary Shoeless Joe Jackson (or ghost thereof) coaches a young Archie Graham who is at bat against an intimidating pro pitcher… Shoeless Joe Jackson: The first two were high and tight, so where do you think the

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In the business of money management and everything the term encompasses, it really boils down to one simple question: Has the trader, investor, asset manager, etc. generated positive alpha? In finance, alpha is used as a measure of performance. More specifically, positive alpha describes the

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If you had to spend the next 5 years on an island and could only eat one type of food, what would it be? Pizza, steak, pasta? That is a conversation “foodies” might have with their friends. If you had to spend the next 5

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Like many industry groups, the Cannabis stocks had a rough go of it in Q4 of last year. The selloff which in my opinion was partially warranted, saw the alternative harvest ETF (MJ) cut nearly in half, falling from $44 to $23. In my opinion,

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Forbes ran an article recently that highlighted a study by the FINRA Foundation that estimated that two-thirds of Americans couldn’t pass a basic financial literacy test. It is no secret that Americans have low levels of financial literacy and find making the right financial decisions

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Good morning and happy Monday. After a thorough scan of markets over the weekend I put together a list of some of the best opportunities from a risk/reward perspective. One of these opportunities comes in the equal-weighted retail index XRT. Part of my analysis is

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Last night Apple announced a rare cut to its sales forecast due to slowing iPhone sales in China. The World’s second largest economy, China has released numbers showing that parts of its economy are slowing and that is putting pressure on markets globally. With respect

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The first trading session of 2019 is bringing a slight relief rally in the beleaguered commodity, and every bounce should be sold with both hands. Taking a look at two charts side by side, on the left we have a weekly chart of USO and

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