Pre-Thanksgiving is Traditionally a Great Time to Buy Stocks

Excerpt from Louis Navellier's Marketmail - 11/20/2018

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Yesterday, November 19, NASDAQ successfully tested its October 29 lows, so it looks to me like the selling pressure is finally being exhausted. Traditionally the best day to buy is the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, when an early ‘January Effect’ typically commences. If Treasury yields continue to fall, that could take pressure off the Fed to raise rates much further, since the Fed seldom fights market rates. If that trend continues, any dovish comments from Fed officials in the upcoming weeks could spark a big market rally.


In This Issue of Marketmail (Click Here to Read)

In Income Mail, Bryan Perry asks some hard questions about America’s resolve in standing up to China’s many economic and human (and animal) rights violations. In Growth Mail, Gary Alexander has some positive news on earnings and historical market trends over the holiday months. In Global Mail, Ivan Martchev links last week’s NVIDIA earnings call to the sinking fate of bitcoin, then goes on to project bitcoin’s future price to zero. Jason Bodner rehashes the market’s positives, which so many doubters have ignored when asking him to “tell me again why you are so bullish?” Then I’ll return to look at the dramatic 20% decline in oil prices since early October as a potential sign of a slowing global economy.

Income Mail:  

Wall Street’s Whine-and-Cheese Party

     By Bryan Perry

Will America Finally Stand Up to China’s Excesses?

  

Growth Mail:  

2018 Earnings May Double Late-2017 Expectations

     By Gary Alexander

Another Reason for Thanksgiving: Rising Year-End Markets

  

Global Mail:

Victims of the Bitcoin Insanity

     By Ivan Martchev

My Technical Take on Bitcoin

 

Sector Spotlight:

Another Week, Another Nail Biter

     By Jason Bodner

“So, Jason, Tell Me Again – Why Are You So Bullish?”

 

A Look Ahead:

Crude Oil Prices are Falling Fast

     By Louis Navellier

The Fed Weighs a Slowing Global Economy