Linda McDonough is a veteran hedge fund analyst who loves to break down company financial statements and identify market inefficiencies to uncover big opportunities. She believes in a boots-on-the-ground approach that includes surveying customers, interviewing company executives, or doing whatever it takes to see what others don't.
She's now brought her experience as a hedge fund analyst to subscribers of her Profit Catalyst Alert service. Her system identifies small- and mid-cap stocks that are about to move due to catalytic events that few others can identify...until it's too late. These events often times result in massive gains for her followers.
Gross domestic product and orders for durable goods were exceptionally strong in the third quarter and show no sign of slowing. Less than truckload shippers are the big beneficiaries of all this data. Find out which ones are the best suited to profit. Read More
Long-time market strategist Ralph Acampora has been charting the Dow's movement on the side of his barn. This respected chart technician had the logistics of the mural all planned out but now the Dow's gone up so fast he's painting on the roof. What's this mean for the stock market? Read More
Discover how the behavioral economic theories studied by the recent winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics can help bulk up the profits in your portfolio. Richard Thaler, an economist at the University of Chicago, documents some notable quirks in investor decisions that short sellers have been watching for years. Read More
The National Retail Federation just released its estimate for Holiday 2017 sales. While its overall forecast may be accurate, digging into the details and analyzing last year's results will give investors the best bullish and bearish bets for the season. Read More
Last week's bullish moves in Post Brands and Blue Apron left me scratching my head. Why investors need to get their arms around the negative trends in consumer food stocks and how to profit from them. Read More
Don't get frustrated that you can't join the ranks of private investors drooling over the next Uber or Slack. Take advantage of the corner of the stock market that these investors are ignoring for outsized gains. Read More
A radical report by Moody's Investor Service insists Amazon is not as big of a threat to food companies as investors fear. Is this true and what stocks will be hurt or helped as Amazon enters the grocery business with its purchase of Whole Foods? Read More