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INTU May be a Good Short

In December, 2007 Stock Traders Daily introduced a proactive strategy designed to help people make money no matter where the market went, or what happened t the economy.  That Strategy was named "The Stock of the Week," and it was designed to select one stock every week to trade according to a defined plan.  This strategy was started at the peak of the credit crisis, and since then it has performed extremely well, outperforming the market by over 200%.  The only reason this is possible is that the strategy incorporates risk controls into its proactive approach, and this week is no different.

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TBT Lags While Stocks Surge

When stocks increase historically bonds decline, and when stocks fall historically bonds increase, but as stocks bounced off of their January lows the exact opposite has happened.  The US Treasury Bond Market has been increasing along with stocks during this aggressive bounce back, and that is unusual.  Something will have to change.

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For TSLA Investors, Price Matters Most

Last week I was approached by a woman who took me off guard.  I was in Rancho Santa Fe, California, an affluent community, and she saw me get out of my car.  As a new parent I had the car seat in hand, and was getting the stroller out of the trunk when this woman startled me.  To my surprise, what she had to say was interesting given my tendency to appreciate Random Walk Theory, and this was literally exactly that.  Almost out of the blue, she told me that I need to get the new Tesla SUV.  She did not know who I was, she had no idea I would be writing this article, but I learned something important from her; I think that applies to many Tesla owners.  She, as I soon discovered, owned three Model S Teslas, and was on the waiting list for the SUV.

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A Random Walk through WFM

I appreciate considering companies whose products and services I use regularly.  This is called Random Walk Theory, and it implies that you can find viable investment ideas by just looking around you.  This was true for me back in 2008 when Whole Foods Market (NYSE:WFM) showed up on my Radar in La Jolla for the first time.  I could get a health prepared meal within minutes, it was less expensive than a restaurant, and only fractionally more than it would cost me if I prepared it myself.  I began frequenting Whole Foods Market, and appreciated what they offered in the prepared foods section.

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Ahead of the Curve (Mon-Tues)

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