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The Biden bull market vs the Trump bull market: No comparison
Joe Biden is boasting about the recent stock market rally. He's right that stocks have been on a tear for the last 14 months. The S&P 500 hit 5,000 for the first time in history. That's up from 500 some 30 years ago. Read More.
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‘Can’t buy me love’: Wall Street comes to terms with the return of Donald J. Trump
Wall Street has been mugged by hard realities in the early going of the 2024 presidential election campaign. Read More.
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Congress members again hit it big in the stock market in 2023
An overwhelming majority of Americans support prohibiting stock-trading in individual companies by members of Congress. Read More.
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What's happened to Wall Street? It has headed South . . . literally
Let's face it. Anyone who works in, or just visits, the Wall Street area of Manhattan can't deny the aura of power and money isn't what it was 20, 30 or 50 years ago. Read More.
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Since leftist Paul Krugman dismissed it at $7, Bitcoin is up 365,999 percent
In a Sept. 7, 2011 article in The New York Times, leftist economist Paul Krugman insisted that Bitcoin was a bubble waiting to burst. He questioned the cryptocurrency's viability as a currency, criticized its decentralized nature, and expressed skepticism about its long-term prospects. Read More.
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Romulus report: How to take advantage of earnings season
There is certainly bullish bias in the market for big tech, which means selling could provide buying opportunities.  However, buying the tech sector way up high right before earnings is gambling. Read More.
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Catching tops and bottoms: Romulus interview, part II
And even today, yes, the American government is wealthy. China has financial abilities that they've never had before. But even these governments cannot mimic the Federal Reserve. They cannot manipulate the markets for any type of intermediate or longer term time basis. No one and nothing can. The markets are too big. Read More.
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Romulus report: Houses of straw, sticks, and brick
The children's tale of the Three Little Pigs imparts an important moral value, one relevant at any age when it comes to trading the markets. Read More.
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History and the markets: Romulus interview, part I
One of the hallmarks of what we do is that it doesn't matter if the markets go up or down. If they want to go up, we make money. If they want to go down, we make money. We provide consistent returns, regardless of market direction. Read More.
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Too ‘woke’ to fail: Silicon Valley Bank had a special kind of insurance
In the wake of the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), financial analysts slammed Team Biden for pushing banks to consider LGBTQ+ and global warming over shareholder returns. Read More.
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Romulus Report: There is always a cost
There is always a cost. Decisions and actions are powerfully reflect those costs. Read More.
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Romulus Report: When the markets push the season
Stock market participants are also fond of the idea of predictable, seasonal discounts. Read More.
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Romulus Report: Clarity amidst noise
Bear markets, by their nature, are more volatile than bull markets. Bull markets, by their nature, capture most of the history. Read More.
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Romulus Report: Seventies redux — anguish and opportunity
At the beginning of 1973 investors obviously didn’t know they were still years away from a real bull market, and they carried on like the good times were back again. Read More.
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Romulus Report: GE, Apple and the sands of time
The mortal King of Kings is a lesson and a warning. Read More.

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