D.R. Barton, Jr.- Money Morning - Only the News You Can Profit From.
D.R. is one of the most widely read financial coaches and is a world-renowned authority on technical trading with 30 years' experience.
After a highly successful career as a chemical engineer with DuPont, D.R. retired early to pursue his passion - showing investors how to build financial freedom.
Today he's a financial author, lecturer, coach and the founder of The 10-Minute Millionaire. He has helped hundreds of thousands master the powerful trading techniques that professionals use, like swing trading, options, and cutting-edge risk management. D.R. is also the co-founder and COO of the Directional Research and Trading Hedge Fund Group, and holds the national spotlight as a leading expert on system designs for risk reduction.
D.R. co-authored the New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling book "Safe Strategies for Financial Freedom," a comprehensive guide for aggressively shedding risk without derailing profits. He is a regular analyst on Fox Business, CNBC , Bloomberg Radio, and has been featured on China Central Television - America, BNN, MarketWatch, Financial Advisor magazine, SmartMoney, and the Van Tharp Institute.
He's spent decades honing his 10-Minute Millionaire service that shows regular investors how to profit just like pro technical traders. He scours the market to identify the nearly invisible, "extreme" stock trends that turn into fast gains, often in just a few days. This is a battle-tested technical trading program anyone can use to create big profit "paychecks" almost every month for just a few minutes of work. The best part is, it works in any market or stock movement - bull, bear, or sideways.
D.R. holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Virginia Tech and an MBA from the University of Delaware. He earned his Professional Engineer's license in 1989.
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DR Barton Jr 1 Thursday, April 18, 2019The Shockingly Tiny Earnings Number That Could Shift the Entire Market
JPMorgan Chase & Co. decisively moved the markets on Friday with its reported record Q1 revenue and earnings; CEO Jamie Dimon's positive economic outlook helped boost not only the stock, but the market in general.
And that's about as good as it got for the big banks… From there, it seemed like no amount of good news – and there was some good news – was enough to pull stocks out of the funk.
Wells Fargo also reported good earnings and a decent outlook, but its volume of loans and deposits were down more than analysts were expecting. WFC shares were up in the Friday pre-market – perhaps on JPMorgan's coattails… and promptly plummeted for the rest of the day.
In Monday pre-market moves, two more of the "Big Six" U.S. banks reported earnings, and it didn't go that well. Goldman Sachs tumbled 3%; earnings beat estimates… but revenue dropped 13% year over year. Citigroup also reported strong earnings and reduced revenue, though it had much less of a drop than Goldman. Citigroup's stock "only" fell 0.5%.
On balance, a dreary, lackluster story… so far.
But that's not the whole story.Because for all the gloom and reduced expectations - all that - there's a silver lining that I think will pull our hopes for a new leg up out of the fire...
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Stocks Friday, February 8, 2019Big Tech Investors Will Book Big Profits This Month
Investing Ideas Friday, January 25, 2019Learn When the Pros Trade (It's Not When You Think)
S&P 500 Tuesday, January 22, 2019This Chart Proves the Market Is Turning Around Again
trading strategies Tuesday, January 15, 2019Here Are the Important Levels Stocks Need to Hit This Week
trading strategies Friday, January 4, 2019This One Chart Tells Me Where We're Going from Here
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