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Stocks have sold off in the past week. The first hit occurred on the normally quiet day after Thanksgiving, when news about the omicron Covid variant broke, states Marvin Appel of Signalert Asset Management.
Health experts around the world are worried about Omicron but investors are not, at least that’s what the 2% rally in stocks and rebound in the US dollar suggests, says Kathy Lien of
Scoring stocks is one thing. Scoring ETFs is next level, exclaims Jason Bodner of
In economic news, the big story today will be US Nonfarm Payrolls for November, with a forecast increase of 550k new positions over October and the unemployment rate expected to fall to 4.5%, states Ian Murphy of
Our latest recommendation is focused on an industry that’s not been too popular in the past but is poised for a massive resurgence, suggests Jason Williams, editor of The Wealth Advisory — and a participant in MoneyShow's Accredited Investors Virtual Expo, Dec. 7-9. Register here for free.
Investors who want income don’t have to settle for the negative real yields (after inflation and taxes) available in traditional retirement income investments, explains Bob Carlson, editor of Retirement Watch — and a participant in MoneyShow's Accredited Investors Virtual Expo, Dec. 7-9. Register here for free.
With continued tax-loss selling and forced selling in several funds that are closing doors, small cap biotechs are seeing dramatic, widespread drops in their stock prices, asserts John McCamant, editor of The Medical Technology Stock Letter — and a participant in MoneyShow's Accredited Investors Virtual Expo, Dec. 7-9. Register here for free.
Silver, along with silver stocks, has been on fire. What’s more, it’s been strong in the face of a sharply rising U.S. Dollar, which is usually a headwind, which makes it even more bullish, explains Peter Krauth, editor of Silver Stock Investor — and a participant in MoneyShow's Accredited Investors Virtual Expo, Dec. 7-9. Register here for free.
It’s common knowledge now that Big Tech dominates the broad stock market like never before, states Jesse Felder of The Felder Report.
Learn why stock option expiration dates can differ from stock to stock, explains Alan Ellman of The Blue Collar Investor.

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Would you be willing to sacrifice transparency for potential returns? Would you forego daily disclosure for added flexibility? Those questions and more lie at the center of the passive vs. active ETF debate, the latest version of which will happen right before your eyes as part of this special panel! So be there as the pros discuss the advantages and distinct risk factors of new, actively managed ETFs. See which side you're on, and through the course of a spirited debate, get the help you need to decide whether actively managed ETFs are right for you.
In this session, seasoned professionals will provide you with the roadmap you need to get your financial house in order during what can be a very challenging time.
In an age of information-overload, it's not easy to evaluate a social media fever vs traditional stock analysis sites and blogs. We'll talk about how to sift through the onslaught of data and find the practical information you need for decision making. This session will walk through the key questions you should ask as you research investment opportunities.
There is a simple characteristic of almost every stock that moves up quickly. To be a profitable trader requires that you not only understand why it works but have the tools and process to identify opportunities. In this presentation, founder Tyler Bollhorn will show you the factor he has focused on for most of his 30-year trading career. Whether you are a longer-term position trader, medium-term swing trader, or short-term day trader, understanding his simple approach to trading the stock market will make you a better investor and trader.
Many investors get caught in popular investment themes. They enthusiastically buy near the top, then fearfully sell near the bottom. Keith Richards will be sharing insight into using contrarian analysis tools designed to help you buy oversold markets and securities that have reached their capitulation stage. These same tools can help you avoid or sell an overbought market or security that has reached its euphoric stage. Taking key lessons from his new book Smart Money, Dumb Money, this seminar will assist you in incorporating contrarian analysis into a logical trading strategy.
Risk Management is a term everyone is seemingly familiar with, but few have an easy time describing what it is, and how it frames our decision-making processes. When evaluating risk, errors in decision-making occur due to inherent psychological factors. This session will break down the concept of risk management in a way that can be articulated to others, and reviews a few of the inherent psychological factors to demonstrate how the wrong decisions in risk management can sometimes be made.

Most people believe top options traders have crazy high IQ. But not according to Warren Buffet. In fact, he said: "Investing is not a game where the guy with the 160 IQ beats the guy with a 130 IQ...Give away 30 points to somebody don't need a lot of brains to be in this business."

A lot of people with crazy high IQs are terrible at this game because they have too many things going on in their heads. What you need is the emotional stability to hone in on a few proven strategies and trade them well.

In his featured presentation, Matt Choi, CMT will demo a complete options strategy that you can use in today's market.

This strategy involves:

  1. Using the Internet as a data-mining tool to find the best stocks to trade
  2. Applying an options strategy that can generate 100% or higher ROI
  3. Quickly finding high probability setups week in week out

And guess doesn't require 160 IQ either.

With the stock market on its longest bull-run in history and a dizzying array of stocks to choose from, selecting winners is an almost Herculean task. This in-depth panel assembles a select group of North America's top stock pickers who will walk you through the various sectors of the market to help you identify great companies that can deliver solid income and growth-even when this bull market is getting long in the tooth. Each will give several picks-so bring your pencils to take notes on where to put your money to best use in 2022.

Now in its 8th year, the ETF All-Stars helps Canadian investors narrow down the field of ETFs from the more than 1,000 currently available to a short list of roughly 50, spanning Canadian equities, US equities, international, fixed income, and one-decision asset allocation ETFs. Jon Chevreau spearheads a panel of eight ETF experts, who also contribute more eclectic individual picks through the popular Desert Island pick feature.
Participating in innovation is exciting, and you can do so right here at home with Canadian-listed ETFs. As Canadian investors you have access to the US-listed ETFs, meaning that you have access to top-performing and famous innovation strategies. However, if that same innovation strategy is available to you in Canadian-listed form why are you still buying US? You can participate in innovation in Canada through Canadian-listed ETFs.