Daily Gains Letter

Stock Market: Institutions Moving in Opposite Direction of Investors

As we move towards the end of July, trading in the stock market continues to be murky and filled with obstacles and uncertainties. The S&P 500 is holding on to a small gain this year, but there’s still a sense of nervousness among investors in the stock market.

While the small-cap stocks segment of the stock market continues to be … Read More


Why This Company Will Fare Well as the Economy Stutters

If you think Americans are firmly comfortable in the economy and jobs, think again. Yes, the stock market has returned strong gains and has been an investment opportunity over the past five years (since the end of the Great Recession in 2008), but much of it was artificially driven by the lax monetary policy put forth by the Federal Reserve. … Read More


Did U.S. National Soccer Coach Jurgen Klinsmann Cost U.S. Economy $50.0 Billion?

June 26 was a big day in U.S. soccer. Not just because we faced the Germans in a World Cup match that determined (in a roundabout way) whether or not we made it to the knockout round, but because Jurgen Klinsmann, the head coach of the U.S. men’s national team, gave every single employed American permission to take the day … Read More


Retirement

Three Steps to Overcoming Losses in a Declining Market

Three Steps to Overcoming Losses in a Declining Market

“What should you do when the house isn’t in order?”

A good friend of mine … Read More

How Low Interest Rates Are Holding 144 Million U.S. Workers Hostage

How Low Interest Rates Are Holding 144 Million U.S. Workers Hostage

Are the long-term retirement plans of working Americans being held hostage by the Federal Reserve?… Read More


What You Can Learn from Missed Investment Opportunities

What You Can Learn from Missed Investment Opportunities

One of the basic rules that investors should follow when it comes to portfolio management … Read More


Your 401(k): How It Can Really Profit from Patience and Conservative Plays

Your 401(k): How It Can Really Profit from Patience and Conservative Plays

Your 401(k) is supposed to be a retirement account with a long investing horizon—not a … Read More