Here’s the Only Kind of Stock You Should Own Right Now…

Greg Guenthner

Since 1998, the S&P 500 has never been up on a day when only 137 of its 500 components were in the green like we saw on Friday. Not one. This crazy divergence doesn’t mean you should cut and run, but it does illustrate one thing: when dealing with a bull that’s getting a little long in the tooth, being selective is vital.


Want to Become a Trading Guru? You Need to “Go Zen”

Greg Guenthner

As I've been saying, the market's longer-term trends remain intact. Stocks are a whisker off their highs. And that's the only piece of information you should concern yourself with right now. Everything else is just noise. Focus on that noise and you'll lose the perspective you need to make informed trading decisions.


Here’s Why You Don’t Shop for Stocks on the Discount Rack

Greg Guenthner

But before you start scooping up every expensive stock on the market...don't. I don't want to buy a stock just because it's expensive. That's as stupid as buying a stock just because it's cheap. For instance, I'm not placing any bets on oil drillers right now--expensive or cheap. Way too much risk right now.


Greece Saved the Biotech Bull Market!

Greg Guenthner

Just a few days ago, I noticed that 70 biotech stocks were in the green on the week -- a week where almost every single S&P component was in the red on Monday afternoon. So we hitched our wagon to health care stocks. And these stocks have remained strong in the face of a hurricane of negative news hitting the airwaves.


How to Survive a Screwball Market

Greg Guenthner

After Monday’s wild ride, the broad market has settled back into a boring “holding” pattern. Greg Guenthner highlights the select market sectors are way out in front for you. These are the places you need to invest in...