Sam Subramanian
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Sam Subramanian edits AlphaProfit’s Premium Service investment newsletter and investing blog. The newsletter frequently rises to the top of the Hulbert Financial Digest’s performance rankings and features among MartketWatch’s top 10 investment newsletters.

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Will Earnings Extend The Rally In Value Stocks?
US stocks extended their decline from the first week of 2022. Bank earnings disappointed investors. Inflation remained high. Investors questioned the strength of the economy to get through the omicron risk.
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Best ETFs, Funds, And Stocks Of 2021 - A Preview To 2022
Large-cap stocks showed solid gains in 2021, backed by robust year-over-year earnings growth. The Federal Reserve remained accommodative to support economic growth. Inflation and virus variants became the topmost worries for investors.
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Will Tech Stocks Derail The 3Q21 Earnings Rally?
S&P 500 equities continued to post robust 3rd quarter earnings reports, staying on track to grow EPS by 32.7% year-over-year. Over 84% of those reporting topped analysts’ forecasts. The damage from a few that disappointed was reasonably confined.
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Looking Back, Looking Forward – Sunday, Feb. 7
The S&P 500 ended the week at a new closing high. S&P 500 members are on their way to show year-over-year EPS growth after a gap of three quarters.
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Looking Back, Looking Forward
As COVID-19 cases continued to surge, investors sought safety in large-cap technology stocks. The NASDAQ Composite Index set new all-time highs on four of the five trading sessions last week.
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Looking Back, Looking Forward – Sunday, June 7
The reopening trade was in full swing last week, as investors looked beyond the pandemic amidst signs of a rapid economic recovery from shutdowns. A strong May jobs report spurred a broad rally in stocks to turn a strong week into an exceptional one.
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Looking Back, Looking Forward – Sunday, June 7
2 years ago

The re-hiring appears to have started sooner than expected. Also, the data released on Friday had a 'misclassification error'. www.washingtonpost.com/.../may-2020-jobs-report-misclassification-error/

I expect the May numbers to be revised in the June report (published in early July).

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AAPL Apple Inc.
AGU Agrium (now NTR)
AMGN Amgen Inc.
AMTD TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation
AMZN Amazon.com Inc.
APD Air Products and Chemicals Inc.
APOL Apollo Education Group Inc. (Private)
ARG Airgas Inc.
BCS Barclays PLC
BIDU Baidu, Inc.
BP BP p.l.c.
EBAY eBay Inc.
ED Consolidated Edison Inc.
EEB Claymore Exchange-Traded Fund Trust
EEM iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index
ETFC E*Trade Financial Corporation
EWZ iShares MSCI Brazil Index Fund
FCG First Trust ISE-Revere Natural Gas Index Fund
FDN First Trust Dow Jones Internet Index Fund
FE FirstEnergy Corp
GDX Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF
GLD SPDR Gold Trust ETF
GOLD Barrick Gold Corporation
GOOG Alphabet Inc. (Google)
IAI iShares Dow Jones U.S. Broker-Dealers Index Fund
IAU iShares COMEX Gold Trust
IBB iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology Index Fund
IBM International Business Machines Corporation
KCE SPDR KBW Capital Markets ETF
LOW Lowe's Companies Inc.
MDT Medtronic Inc.
NFLX Netflix Inc.
PBW PowerShares WilderHill Clean Energy Portfolio
PHO PowerShares Water Resources Portfolio ETF
PNQI PowerShares Nasdaq Internet Portfolio
PXN PowerShares Exchange-Traded Funds Trust
SCHW The Charles Schwab Corporation
TGT Target Corporation
UGA United States Gasoline Fund LP
WMT Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
XLF Financial Select Sector SPDR
XLI Industrials Select Sector SPDR
XLU Utilities Select Sector SPDR
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