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Money manager with 40+ years experience / Geopolitical analyst
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Joseph L. Shaefer is the CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Stanford Wealth Management, LLC, a Registered Investment Advisor.
Retired senior executive of Charles Schwab and Co. Retired (36 years) active and reserve military service -- six in special operations, the next 30 in the ... more

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Put Some ZIP In Your Portfolio With Maritime Shipper ZIM
ZIM declared blowout earnings this morning. But in a down market, the shares have not "yet" moved.
Matterport: Uninspiring Name, Stellar Business Opportunity
I believe Matterport is a major investment opportunity just at the beginning of realizing its potential.
MOAT: Simply The Best US Large Cap Blend ETF
VanEck Vectors Morningstar Wide Moat ETF (BATS:MOAT) bases its holdings on the Morningstar Wide Moat Focus Index.
TBT: My Best Inflation Play Ever
Inflation is the most insidious tax of all. Every day, while you go about your daily business, this tax is being levied. Some days, weeks, months or even years are better than others.
Bulls, Bears, Owls And Pigs
Everyone knows the distinction between a bull and a bear. There are enough conflicting indicators out there right now that a pretty forceful argument can be made for either position.
Armageddon - Or Just An Overdue Correction
This looks more like an acceleration of sector rotation from those that wither under inflation to those that profit from inflation.
Buying Nasdaq Next Gen 100: The 'Smaller' Nasdaq ETF
By owning the Nasdaq Next Gen ETF, we are not abandoning large caps wholesale. We are, however, recognizing that a recovering economy will lift more boats than just those biggest companies. In most cases, these “smaller” firms have farther to rise.
Look Beyond The Market Valleys - To Companies Like STAG
The two big issues today are COVID-19 and the economy. Fix the former and the latter will follow as night follows day.
Market Up Or Market Down, These Spirited Beverage Companies Make Money
In politics, one side will win, one side will lose. But no matter the outcome, the alcoholic beverage industry wins perennially over something so transitory as "four more years" or "a new beginning".
September Is Not 'The Cruelest Month' - Despite Thursday
Analysts spend volumes debating why is September such a poor month to get through? Wrong question. Ask first if there is any validity to this oft-repeated fable. It has been told so many times that many people believe it.
Intel Is Down - Not Out
Intel is one of the true heavyweights in the semiconductor industry. I would like to discuss with you why I think Intel is a sleeping giant ready to regain its territory.
Exxon Mobil: Bridge To The Future
The United States is the top producing country of natural gas in the world. Exxon Mobil (NYSE: XOM) is the biggest producer of natural gas in the United States.
ACIO And DRSK: And Now, For Those Who May Be A Little Nervous
I have been steadily buying into this rally even though the danger has been high. The future of the US markets always is bright long term. Short term, anything can happen.
PGF: My No. 1 ETF Combining Yield And Safety
During the difficult mid-March period, when there almost were zero bids for fixed income holdings, PGF met all redemption requests with aplomb.
Boeing Vs. Raytheon: Which One Has The Right Stuff?
Whether to buy Boeing or invest in Raytheon is analyzed by looking at their assets, their outlooks going forward and recent news on the companies.
This Is One Dangerous Rally
My biggest concern about this rally: It has little support beyond what was being supported before the decline.
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