Bill Poulos

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Bill Poulos has been analyzing the markets and investing since the early 70s. Investing used to be only a much loved hobby of his but in 2001, after retiring from his day job as an automotive executive at GM, he cofounded Profits Run, Inc. He and his son (Greg) now help individuals become smarter investors while properly managing risk.

Are Bulls Looking at Another Rally “Head Fake” Like Last Summer?

Stocks gained slightly through noon today despite opening lower in response to horrific Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) earnings and guidance. The Nasdaq Composite led the...

Q4 GDP, Jobless Claims Send Conflicting Signals to Traders

Stocks opened flat this morning despite a strong earnings report from Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA), revealed last night. The Dow fell slightly through noon while...

Did Microsoft’s Guidance Call Just Kill the Rally?

Stocks opened lower today as the bear market rally lost steam. The Dow, S&P, and Nasdaq Composite all fell in response to Microsoft (NASDAQ:...

Watch Out for an Intraday “OpEx” Reversal

Stocks jumped today, helped higher by better-than-expected Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) earnings and a major layoff from Google-parent Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOGL). All three major indexes advanced...

JPMorgan Says “85% Chance” That Stocks Rally Thursday

Stocks traded flat this morning after Fed Chairman Jerome Powell delivered a not-too-hawkish, not-too-dovish speech before the market opened. “Price stability is the bedrock of...

Stocks Soar on Plunging Wage Growth

Stocks rallied strongly this morning despite stronger-than-expected jobs data. The Dow, S&P, and Nasdaq Composite all jumped higher, led by roaring value shares. The...

This Next Earnings Season Will Be Critical for Stocks

Stocks rebounded this morning as the market's choppiness continued. The Dow, S&P, and Nasdaq Composite all gained on mixed economic data. The November Job Openings...

Why Stocks Could “Repeat” 2022’s Bad Year in 2023

Markets are closed today as investors await the first session of 2023. Following a rough year - the worst to date for the S&P...

Continuing Jobless Claims Surge to Near 11-Month High

Stocks rallied strongly this morning as bulls attempted to finish off an otherwise dismal year on a high note. The Dow, S&P, and Nasdaq...

The Fed Won’t “Save the Market” in 2023

Stocks traded flat today to finish off another down week for the market. The Dow, S&P, and Nasdaq Composite chopped sideways for most of...