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Bill Poulos   

Joined: May 01, 2018
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Bill Poulos's Opinion & Analysis
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Things are not good in the world of Pot Stocks, especially since their massive debut as a legal product in Canada this past October. The bulls took their most recent hit last week as the top five...
This week we come to the end of the “Non-Holiday” trading time in the markets. This means that the already volatile markets may become even more non-deliberate in how they move. With the...
It’s amazing how big an effect one remark can have on society. Last week, after a senior FDA representative commented about potential restrictions on menthol in cigarettes, the market saw a mass...
August saw the global oil supply hit record highs as production reached 100 Million barrels per day. Analysts theorize this is the world’s top producer’s way of making up for the lost...
Yesterday’s surge of the S&P 500 and the Dow was viewed as one of the best post-midterm recoveries since 1982. This trend has been observed for the past 36 years wherein the market jumps...
The U.S. Market demolishes previously made estimates while renewing wage gains and record lows in unemployment The market may have been down the tubes last Friday, but data collected by our market...
As we come to the end of October this last week, we saw a major shift in the bullish direction prices have been moving. Notice in the chart of the S&P 500 shown below that the price moved down...
What Mainstream Media hasn’t been telling you about Waymo’s Early Rider Program We’ve all seen the movies. According to Hollywood, the future of driving is automated. Cars that drive...
See below for a summation of their Q3 Earnings Report: Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and the face of Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), reported on their Q3 profits following the closing bell this past Tuesday. It...
In the past several weeks we have discussed the possibility of a market that may be getting ready to trend lower. The question that many are asking is whether this is a “normal” type of a...