Steve Reitmeister is the CEO of StockNews.com, bringing 40 years of experience to help individual investors find outperformance. For the better part of the past two decades he was the editor-in-chief of Zacks.com where millions of investors enjoyed his timely market insights. Mr. Reitmeister's commentary has also been featured on other leading investment websites including Yahoo! Finance, SeekingAlpha, CNNMoney, and MarketWatch.
Our portfolio swelled by 5% this past week...a good notch above the S&P 500 gain...and a good tonic for what ails ya, states Steve Reitmeister of Reitmeister Total Return.
Earnings season is a bit of a whirlwind, notes Steve Reitmeister of Reitmeister Total Return.
Week over week stocks are virtually unmoved at 4,175, but that gives the false sense that things have been calm when we all know the exact opposite is true, notes Steve Reitmeister of Reitmeister Total Return.
No doubt you have already read many articles telling you how high inflation and an inverted yield curve have foreshadowed every recession in modern history. There is some truth to that. But there is also some fiction. 40-year investment veteran Steve Reitmeister will share with you his insights on this pressing matter along with his trading plan to stay one step ahead of the market.
Many investors were concerned about the nosebleed level of stocks coming into 2022. In some ways valuations were as bad, or even worse, than the tech bubble of the late 1990's. Whereas some point to inflation or Russia/Ukraine as the catalyst behind the recent stock market correction. Others believe that we had a bubble happening in stock prices that was ripe to burst. 40-year investment veteran, Steve Reitmeister explores this vital topic to understand where the market stands now... and where it will go in the months ahead.
What is the bull case for stocks? How does it compare to the bear case? And what is the best trading plan to top the market in the year ahead? Steve Reitmeister answers these vital questions and more in this timely investment presentation.
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