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Matthew Carr

Founder and Editor,

Tipping Point Profits

About Matthew

Matthew Carr is the founder of First Bar with Matthew Carr, where he writes about all things money. He is also currently the trend investing strategist at Money Map Press. For more than 13 years he served as chief trends strategist for The Oxford Club, earning ten awards for portfolio performance and trades of the year—more than any other strategist in the company's history. His strategic approach focuses on high-growth, pre-momentum companies trading at steep discounts.

Matthew's Articles

Last month, one of the largest stocks in the market, Nvidia Corp. (NVDA) became the latest S&P 500 component to announce a stock split in 2024. Now, it’s trading at the post-10-for-1 levels. This is a moment to be embraced, advises Matthew Carr, editor of Tipping Point Profits.
The streak is broken. Five consecutive months of gains came crashing to an end in April. But that was to be least from our perspective. Now May is at the door. My work suggests “Sell in May and Go Away” is just another of a growing list of debunked market myths, writes Matthew Carr, editor of Tipping Point Profits.
If April showers bring May flowers…then May is going to be one petal-filled month. It rained for days. But the sun is finally breaking through. Spring is officially here! And those that have followed me for a long time know that April is often one of my top reasons to be bullish each time it comes around, especially on the Invesco QQQ ETF (QQQ), remarks Matthew Carr, editor of Tipping Point Profits.
There’s one word sure to get eyerolls: Bitcoin. You either love it or believe cryptocurrency is an untenable house of cards. But I’ll show you, regardless of your feelings, like many other currencies or commodities, Bitcoin enjoys a very predictable, boom-and-bust cycle. Marathon Digital Holdings (MARA) is a vehicle for profiting, writes Matthew Carr, editor of Tipping Point Profits.

Matthew's Videos

The Federal Reserve has raised rates at the fastest pace in decades. Inflation stubbornly won't fall to 2%. And the talk over the looming recession casts a shadow of uncertainty. Not to mention, there's a US. Presidential Election less than 18 months away! Join Michael Carr to learn the moves investors must make now to position themselves to profit and protect their portfolios for the maelstrom to come.

2022 was a year to forget for many investors. The bear market ravaged portfolios. Inflation is still wreaking havoc, that's why smart investors must make these three moves in 2023 and position themselves for major profits in 2024.