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DHUnplugged #318: Two Days and Counting

Countdown to the Brexit vote – two days from now we will know the result. Some are predicting that if the U.K. were to vote to leave that the pound could drop and a global recession would ensue. Janet Yellen testifies to Congress over the next two days, shedding light on some of the Fed’s […]

DHUnplugged #304: An Infestation of Raccoons and Bears

The debate over the effectiveness of central bank actions is raging on. Once an investor’s best friend, confidence is waning and markets are reacting. Following the best week of 2016, equities are once again seeing weakness as oil falls on OPEC comments. The bearish position is strengthening, but should this be a sign to start […]

DHUnplugged #301: Groundhog Day, Again…

Markets are still contending with cross currents and the free-fall in commodity prices. The most recent earnings from Apple (AAPL) and Google (GOOG) are pushing and pulling investors in different directions. We delve into the recent move by the Bank of Japan, earnings and the latest news that are shaping the investment climate. Plus, we […]

DHUnplugged #298: 2008 Part II ?

It was a historic week on Wall Street. 2016 started with a nasty blow to markets. Investors liquidated as they ran for cover and headlines are painting a bleak picture. Earnings season, China, crude and the major news that will move markets are all discussed. We also confirm our car sales theory with data that […]

DHUnplugged #286: Bad News Is Good News Again

After the horrible jobs report, stocks staged an impressive turnaround off the lows. What is this telling us about the potential for more stimulus from the Fed? Drug companies are under attack as more information comes to light about their pricing practices. We discuss this as well as more important news hitting the tape. Market […]

DHUnplugged #281: Flash Crash Part II

This week’s action shows just how fragile market have become. Monday saw a quick 1,000 point move down on the DJIA and that was not the worst of it. We discuss the reasons why stocks collapsed and what could be in store for us ahead. Will another round of quantitative easing be announced at the […]

DHUnplugged #260: The Fed Will Drive or Dive Markets

In this episode John and Andrew discuss the potential fallout from the upcoming Fed meeting/rate decision. There is the potential that a wrong move could provide a reason to unload stocks in a big way. On the other hand… Adobe earnings, Ikea hide-n-seek and lots more fun … See this week’s stock picks HERE Vote […]

DHUnplugged #249: Russian Ruble Roulette

The Russian Ruble is in free-fall and that is causing ripples around the world. U.S. bonds are at the lowest yield in more than a year and oil continues to tumble. Central banks, ugly Hanukkah trees and oyster herpes are all important topics flushed out in this episode. See this week’s stock picks HERE Some […]

DHUnplugged #248: Sub $2 Gasoline and $130 Über Bribes

Uber is under attack. Here in the United States and around the world, governments are trying to impose regulations on the taxi/driver start-up. The world markets are going a bit bonkers. Greece down 12.5%, China off by 5% and oil slides while gold shines.   See this week’s stock picks HERE. Podcast: Play in new […]

DHUnplugged #247: This Is The Real Reason Oil Tanked

In this episode we explore the reasons why Black Friday weekend was a bust. The National Retail Federation expected +4% as compared to last year and now we are seeing that it was more like -11%. Why? We explain. The real reason oil dropped and some investing ideas that may be profitable from the move. […]