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Gary Smith’s Market Take

Here’s my take on the markets today, October 11th, 2013. If you’d like to read more of my articles, click here. Credit gauges are mostly improving again today. The 3M EUR/USD Cross-Currency Basis Swap is rising +8.3% to -7.73 bps. The TED Spread is declining -10.0% to 17.76 bps. The North America Investment Grade CDS […]

Stock picks for the biggest market bubble of all-time

With the Fed, the banks, the Treasury and high-frequency trading and ongoing fraud settlements by the big banks and who knows what other kinds of ongoing fraud and market manipulation is going on under the hood, why on earth are stocks up in a straight line over the last few years and at new all-time […]

Sorry, but it’s time to sell some Facebook

The way I see it, we have ourselves two primary topics that need to be addressed — Facebook and its ceaseless rise, along with the ever-hyped “government shut down.”  One topic of the two is very important and the other doesn’t matter much at all, can you guess which is which? Facebook FB is still […]

Portfolio management and an app for the revolution

I get dozens of questions from Marketwatch readers, especially my Revolution Investing subscribers, every month. Here’s a compilation of this week’s emails from you guys with quite a few reflecting the explosion of interest in my new Scutify iPhone app which just hit #9 in the Apple App Store finance category. Q. Cody, a question […]

Top 5 best stock market iPhone apps

One of the most popular articles I’ve ever written on Marketwatch.com was called “Best iPhone and Android Apps for Investors” from back in 2010, when the word “apps” was still new lexicon for anybody who wasn’t a computer nerd. At the time, there had been several hundred million smartphones out there that people wanted apps for. […]

Blackberry at $100 a share

BlackBerry’s stock got halted after the company just announced it’s entered into an agreement to be bought out at $9 a share. That’s probably going to drive speculation that there could be some activist shareholders and/or another consortium that would look to take it out and that makes $9 a bottom level here. (And by […]

Get out before the bubble pops

There will be more than a billion smartphones and tablets sold in 2013.  It’s an app world and we’ve entered an App Revolution Stock Bubble, as I long ago said it would become (see How to invest in the coming app bubble Sept. 29, 2010 for example). If you’ve got an iPhone or an iPad be sure […]

Trading through Wall Street’s anti-Apple backlash

I’ve tested and used as a primary phone several versions of Android and every version of iPhone over the last five years since what I was probably the first to call the “Smartphone Revolution” and then the “App Revolution.” I’ve spent thousands of dollars on apps and games to help me stay on top of […]

Fear and greed on Wall Street: Who’s scared now?

Fear and greed are a big part of one of the first lessons I learned on Wall Street, which was that the markets tend to make a fool out of the most number of participants as often as it can. The market is not always a nice guy. That is, when sentiment among traders and […]

Gary Smith’s Market Take

Here’s my take on the markets today, September 13th, 2013. If you’d like to read more of my articles, click here. Credit gauges are mostly deteriorating today. The FRA-OIS Spread is down -2.5% to 19.5 bps. The North America Investment Grade CDS Index is down -1.1% to 77.01 bps. The Germany sovereign cds is down […]

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