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.

Powell Says “No Tapering,” but Do Bulls Believe Him?

Stocks opened for a gain this morning in anticipation of Fed Chairman Jerome Powell’s Congressional testimony. In a prepared statement (released prior to Powell’s...

Powell and CPI Will Drive Equities, Not Earnings

Stocks rose modestly this morning as bulls switched their focus to second-quarter earnings, due out this week. Two big banks – JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:...

A Treasury “Short Squeeze” Could Send Yields Even Lower, Sinking Stocks

Stocks surged this morning as bulls quickly erased yesterday’s big loss. The Dow, S&P, and Nasdaq Composite all traded significantly higher shortly before noon,...

3 “Shroom Stocks” to Buy Before the Psychedelic Craze

Move over pot stocks, here comes the next group of “mind-bending” companies. Psychedelic stocks are picking up momentum after the FDA hinted at the...

The June Jobs Report Was “Bullish Perfection,” Here’s Why

Go wild, bulls. The June jobs report is finally here. After weeks of anticipation, investors learned today that the US economy added a whopping 850,000...

Why Bulls Need to Watch the 50-Month Moving Average

Stocks are up this morning after initial weekly jobless claims fell to a post-Covid low. The reduction of unemployment benefits and stimulus forced many...

Is the Housing Bubble Starting to Burst? Mortgage Apps Show First...

Stocks trudged forward this morning as the market remained mostly flat in another lackluster AM trading session. It’s been a frustrating week for bulls...

Why the UK’s “Delta Variant” Numbers Could Spell Trouble for Stocks

Stocks opened for a small gain this morning as bulls pushed the market to new heights. It's been a slow crawl to the top...

May’s Personal Consumption Expenditures Report Is Another Ignored “Wake up Call”

Another month of economic data, another month of disappointments. The May Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) report is in and it’s telling the same story...

The Market’s “Most Important Indicator” Is Predicting a Correction

Stocks are up again this morning as tech stages a comeback. Yesterday, Dow companies did most of the heavy lifting. Now, the Nasdaq Composite is...