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Video: The January Effect Rally

JIM'S VIDEO: Most years the January Effect kicks in during December. This year it looks to me like the January Effect rally in Small caps started exceptionally early - on November 1.

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Special Report Complete: How to Protect Your Portfolio Without Selling Your Portfolio–Part 1 why this is such an “odd” correction, Part 2 my risk assessment calendar, and Part 3 my five Protection Picks

Scary market, huh? Completely unpredictable it seems, right? Up on Tuesday October 30 with the Standard & Poor's ahead 1.57% at the close and the technology-heavy NASDAQ Composite ahead 1.58%. Quite a turn about from the previous day when the S&P 500 finished down 0.66% after an intraday swing of almost 4 percentage points and […]

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‘Tis the season–well “seasons” actually–for end of year selling, portfolio window dressing, small cap rallies, and the January effect

So many trends get packed into the last three months of the year--and you shouldn't forget about any of them when it comes to buying and selling. (You'll find lots of information on these and other calendar trends in the Stock Trader's Almanac by Jeffrey and Yale Hirsch (stocktradersalmanac.com) First, there's the trend we're living […]

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Trumphoria has been driving this rally–how long is it likely to last in the financial markets?

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Saturday Night Quarterback says, For the week ahead expect…

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