Recognized by Barron's as one of the "Top 100 Independent Financial Advisors in the US," James Stack has been a popular speaker at MoneyShow conferences for more than 30 years. Credited with having warned investors of the impending housing bubble in 2005 and imminent bear market in August 2007, he told Orlando MoneyShow attendees in 2009--just four weeks before the March 9th bottom--to "prepare for the buying opportunity of a lifetime." Mr. Stack's track record and safety-first approach to investing have been described by Forbes as "more or less impervious to declines."

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Jim Stack: A Cautious Bull
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This month, the economic recovery becomes the third longest in U.S. history! At 7.8 years of age, this recovery is ove…

Stack on Stocks: A Cautious Bull
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In historical terms, 2016's healthy 9.5% gain was only mediocre - as over half the Presidential Election yea…

Presidential Cycles: What's Next?
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We've reviewed the past 88 years and the stock market performance for the calendar year following the election to see if…

Post-Election Market Returns
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We see evidence supporting more new bull market highs ahead. At the same time, we have to temper your enthusiasm by sh…

Election Years: A Positive Bias
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Presidential election years are generally recognized as being fairly benign for the stock market, with an average mid-…

A Safety-First Strategy
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Any investment strategy today must allow for the fact that we’re in the 8th year of the second longest bull mark…

Seasonally, it's Time to be Defensive
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Sector leadership tends to shift significantly as the market moves from the November through April period into the sum…

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What's Changed? Investor Psychology
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Today, April 28th, this bull market becomes the 2nd longest in US history – surpassed only by the tech bubble of t…