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We’re in the midst of a bear market rally, states Mike Larson, editor of Safe Money Report.
As an important preamble, I want to make sure that everyone is up to speed on my most recent thinking on my bearish stock market outlook...proof the bear is much lower will we go...and a basic trading plan to profit on the way down while preparing to buy bottom when the time comes, asserts Steve Reitmeister of Reitmeister Total Return.
Chris Vermeulen of The Technical Traders talks about the Invesco Solar ETF (TAN) trade setup.
We’re currently in a battle of bullish vs bearish sentiment, notes Bob Lang of
At this point in the investment cycle, we want to retain exposure to stocks — but with flexible managers who can focus on pockets of the markets, reduce stock exposure and even sell short or hedge at their discretion, suggests Bob Carlson, editor of Retirement Watch.
Deere (DE) is best known for its iconic green and yellow tractors, but today, it is the leading agricultural technology company. Much like other facts of life, farming is going digital, observes Scott Chan, contributing editor at Investing Daily's The Complete Investor. 
Cloudflare (NET) — an off-the-radar company and potential takeover target — provides cloud-based services to secure websites, observes Carl Delfeld, growth stock expert and editor of Cabot Explorer.
If you love high-yield income, you have to love our Shadow Funds — the name we give to our closed-end fund recommendations, asserts Steve Mauzy, editor of Dividend Confidential.
Ian Murphy of states; over the weekend queries came in about the bear market and specifically is it over and is it time to get back into stocks?
Rolling-down is one of our frequently used covered call writing exit strategies, states Alan Ellman of The Blue Collar Investor.

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