Bear Market Special From Saturday Afternoon Until Sunday Night when the futures open at 6 PM ET, new subscribers can get their first 2-weeks for FREE to try out Reading The Market.
I have been covering the recent turbulence in the markets and have been actively helping my members understand what is taking place in the market place. If you need help during this time or have questions, please free to try my Seeking Alpha Marketplace service Reading The Markets. I also offer a similar service on StocksTwits.
For example, I went live on Thursday to do live Q&A – Live Stream Starting In 15 Mins
I enjoy helping, coaching, and teaching investors and traders, even if you just want to have someone to bounce ideas off of. One of the great benefits of the room is the chat area, with knowledgeable members that are also eager to share ideas and thoughts.
I also provide members with a number google spreadsheet, include a view into my earnings model for the S&P 500. One of the most popular features I now offer is the ability for you to view all of my charts. So if you want to see my current chart of Amazon or any of your favorite stocks I have may written about, that chart would be available to you.
Again, feel free to try the service out for the first two weeks for free. If you hate it, cancel it. Easy.
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Fed cuts rates to 0 and institutes a massive $700 billion QE program. This is part of the shock and awe approach. My thoughts in 4 minutes audio clip.
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