Jeffrey Hirsch is editor-in-chief of The Stock Trader's Almanac and Almanac Investor, and the author of The Little Book of Stock Market Cycles (Wiley, 2012), along with Super Boom: Why the Dow Will Hit 38,820 and How You Can Profit from It (Wiley, 2011). A 30-year Wall Street veteran, he took over from founder, Yale Hirsch, in 2001. Mr. Hirsch regularly appears on CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox Business, and many other financial media outlets.
April is the final month of the “Best Six Months” for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500. But before the “Worst Months” arrive, April’s solid historical track record could help reignite the market, writes Jeffrey Hirsch, editor of Stock Trader’s Almanac.
Are we in the stock market’s “sweet spot”? Poised for a very strong 2023 thanks to a variety of powerful forces? Editor-in-chief of Stock Trader’s Almanac and Almanac Investor Jeffrey Hirsch talks about why he believes it to be the case.
Markets continue to climb the “wall of worry” as the indexes encroach on resistance and new recovery highs. The battle to break the long downtrend line from the January 2022 highs rages on, highlights Jeffrey Hirsch, editor of Stock Trader's Almanac.
Last year at this time we were much more concerned and cautious than most of The Street when we made our 2022 Forecast for an Early Year High, a Worst Six Months Correction and a Q4 Rally, recalls Jeffrey Hirsch, editor of Stock Trader's Almanac.
There are loads of headline risk, inflation, and recession fears out there, as well as geopolitical concerns. But this recent selloff was rather typical seasonal behavior for February, especially the latter half of the month. February is the weakest link in the Best Six Months, November-April, and is the second worst month of the year. Plus, on the heels of the massive rally of the October and December lows, the market sure needed a bit of a respite. After a textbook Stock Trader's Almanac 4-Year Cycle midterm year October bear market bottom the prospects were bullish for 2023 at the outset. Now that the market has hit Jeff's Bullish January Indicator Trifecta his 2023 Forecast Best Case Scenario is in play. Join Jeff for his updated outlook on the Sweet Spot of the 4-year cycle and his latest sector ETF trades and undervalued under-the-radar stock picks.
After a difficult 2022 for the markets, many stocks are finding their footing. With valuations more reasonable and the prospects for a better 2023 rising, where should you turn as an investor for the best bargains and the greatest profit potential? Find out in this compelling panel featuring some of the best stock pickers on and off Wall Street.
Get the lowdown on the latest Canadian listed ETFs focused on disruptive innovation, all-in-one diversified low-cost asset mixes, covered calls, and fixed income from, TD Asset Management, BMO ETFs & Horizons ETFs. Join this lively discussion with Jeff Hirsch and Jon Needham, Alfred Lee, and Emerson Baker where they will spend most of the time answering your questions.
The intersection of the annual seasonal pattern and the four-year cycle produces the quadrennial "sweet spot." 2022 is setting up for a prototypical mid-term bottom hitting its low point in late Q3 or early Q4 in the August-October period, just ahead of the mid-term elections. Jeffrey Hirsch will show you how to capitalize on the "sweet spot" and the next bull market rally. The usual loss of Congressional seats by the incumbent President's party in the mid-term election has the potential to create the best political alignment scenario: Democratic President and Republican Congress. This combo has produced the best market gains averaging yearly gains of 16.4% for DJIA. Get Jeff's top stock picks, ETF sector rotation trades, and his best months seasonal MACD buy signal.
The Little Book of Stock Market Cycles: How to Take Advantage of Time-Proven Market Patterns
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