Dan Amoss, CFA, is a student of the Austrian school of economics, a discipline that he uses to identify imbalances in specific sectors of the market. He tracks aggressive accounting and other red flags that the market typically misses. Amoss is a Maryland native, a graduate of Loyola University Maryland, and earned his CFA charter in 2005. In spring 2008, he recommended Lehman Brothers puts, advising readers to hold the position as the stock fell from $45 to $12.
By Michael Covel
Posted April 8, 2016
Michael Covel discusses a stunning message he received from a high-profile journalist that’s been hushed up by the media. Plus: trading insight from David Harding, one of the most successful trend followers in history…
By Chuck Butler
Posted April 7, 2016
The Fed’s Meeting Minutes laid out the Fed’s fears of global monetary problems and the reason they kept rates unchanged. Chuck Butler questions why the Fed members were out prior to the meeting talking about an April rate hike, but then voted to bypass a rate hike at their next meeting in April…