Municipal Bonds (Part 1)

For today’s article/post, I’ll be starting part one of a lengthy municipal bonds coverage series.  Hence, part one’s objective is to provide an introduction to municipal bonds, different types and their general advantages.  For sources, I will be using Bonds by Hildy Richelson and Stan Richelson, Primer on Municipal Bonds by Invesco and Real Returns […]

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Inverse ETFs

In my last Portfolio Update article, which I published on April 23, 2019, I said in the abstract section of my article “Hedge Funds are shorting VXXB in a bet that volatility will remain low, I find this a bit risky because of the inverted yield curve, high oil prices and frothy markets.  A short-term […]

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S&P Short-Range Oscillator

For the upcoming summer, I’ve decided to begin a three part technical tools and formulas coverage series.  For part one, I’ll be discussing the S&P Short-Range Oscillator. Often touted by CNBC host Jim Cramer, the S&P Short-Range Oscillator is “a market measure tool that generally aims to determine whether the U.S. domestic equity market has […]

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Portfolio Update

In the past two weeks three high profile IPOs debuted; Lyft, Zoom Video Communications and Pinterest.  Lyft (LYFT) debuted at $72 per share, Zoom Video Communications (ZM) debuted at $36 per share and Pinterest (PINS) debuted at $19 per share.  Of the three respective IPOs, Zoom was the clear winner with it’s stock price jumping […]

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Twitch

In a long overdue follow-up to my article Bullish on the Gaming Industry, in which I published over a year ago, a specific response question was asked if there were companies to look out for other than just eSports leagues (I.e. Overwatch League) and game creators (I.e. Epic Games).  This spurred or led me to […]

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