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Last week saw a 9% one-day decline in the Shanghai Composite index, followed the next day by a scary 416-point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
MoneyShow.com was there with its new daily format, which carried timely market commentary by the likes of Tobin Smith, Louis Navellier and Bernie Schaeffer. We continue our focus on market developments this week with analysis of recent events by James Stack, Jim Collins, Doug Fabian, Lawrence McMillan and others. You can link to their articles from our weekly E-mail or the new Top Pros’ Top Picks or Gurus’ Views and Strategies pages on MoneyShow.com.
Now that the dust has settled a bit in the markets, I’d like to introduce you to the new MoneyShow.com.
Every Monday through Thursday, we post two new articles daily featuring digested stock, fund and ETF recommendations from the world’s leading investment advisers. As always we will include domestic and global, growth and income, and speculative and conservative recommendations. You can find it on the new page Top Pros’ Top Picks .
We’ve also launched a brand-new page called Gurus’ Views and Strategies in which we’ll post one digested article a day Monday through Thursday. Gurus’ Views will give you insight into what the experts see happening in global markets and economies, including ways you can profit from these opportunities.
We’ve also redesigned our weekly E-mail to let you get the information you want more easily. In the top left corner we’ll include the ticker symbols of all the stocks and ETFs our advisers recommended that week.
We’re also making the information you need available when you want it through a new daily alert for which you can sign up here. This text E-mail, sent out Monday through Thursday, will tell you concisely what is being covered in that day’s two Top Picks and one Gurus’ View.
While you’re visiting MoneyShow.com, you should check out our other great new features. In MarketResource you can search thousands of insightful articles, video interviews, Webcasts and podcasts. Video Network gives you new Q&As with leading investment experts daily. And Money Show University offers in-depth investment education tailored just for you. It’s all free right here on MoneyShow.com.
As the recent market turbulence showed, you need to keep up with what the very best minds in the investment world are thinking and saying if you want to stay ahead of the crowd. That’s why MoneyShow.com should be on your bookmark list for a daily visit. I look forward to hearing your feedback at TopProsTopPicks@intershow.com.
Howard R. Gold
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