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.

The Next Housing Bubble

From May to June of this year, southern California home sales have dropped 1.1%. This was an unexpected change from the average 6% gain...

They Predicted Facebook’s Drop

Yesterday, Facebook’s (NYSE: FB) stock dropped 19 percent in response to a poorly received earnings report, causing the company to shed $119 billion of...

Google Shrugs Off EU Fines

Alphabet Inc., A.K.A. Google (NYSE: GOOG) reported earnings after the market’s close on Monday – blowing past analyst estimates and driving their stock price...

4 Reasons Why The Market Always Goes Up

A question I commonly hear from first-time investors is… “Why does the stock market always go up long-term?” Over the past 90 years, the Standard &...

Donald Trump Vs. Amazon

Yesterday morning, President Donald Trump sent the following tweet: In this tweet, Trump re-emphasized his administration’s disapproval of how Amazon conducts its business – which has...

The Crypto To Save Venezuela

Ever since the Venezuelan economic crisis began back in 2012, the entire country has been locked in a constant state of chaos. Food shortages, drought,...

Trump Kills Rival Economy – Who’s Next?

Over the past few decades, Saudi Arabia and the United States have been allies – as both have much to gain from the relationship....

2 Strategies That Every Trader Needs

That special time of year is finally upon us! No, it’s not the summer solstice… Or Flag Day, that was last month. Or even “World UFO Day”,...

The End of Tesla?

Earlier this year, Tesla CEO Elon Musk set a self-imposed deadline at the end of June to get Tesla Model 3 production up to...

Will Stock Buybacks Kill Your Portfolio?

It’s been a busy year for buybacks, as the “evil corporations” continue to repurchase stock from shareholders at a higher rate than we’ve seen...