Richard Suttmeier has been analyzing stocks for over 40 years, using both technical and fundamental analysis to find trading opportunities (long and short) that he passes on to his followers. Mr. Suttmeier founded Global Market Consultants in 1989, while also working as chief market strategist at several financial services firms. Since 1984, he's been writing newsletters and providing market commentary for prominent financial media sites, including CNNfn, Fox Business, Forbes, Investopedia, and TheStreet.com. He's also a regular guest on Frank Curzio's Wall Street Unplugged podcast, where he shares trading ideas.
Merck (MRK), headquartered in New Jersey, is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. Its stock has a market cap near $190 billion, explains Richard Suttmeier, growth stock expert and editor of 2-Second Trader.
Xerox (XRX) is a legendary name in U.S. business; the company made a fortune selling office equipment like printers and copy machines, notes Richard Suttmeier, technical expert and editor of 2-Second Trader.
AT&T (T) is the biggest telecom company in the world. It rakes in around $170 billion in annual revenue, asserts fundamental and technical expert Rich Suttmeier, editor of 2-Second Trader.
Intel (INTC) is a name everyone knows; with a market cap over $200 billion, it's the world's largest semiconductor maker, notes growth stock expert Rich Suttmeier, editor of 2-Second Trader.