Ep. 467: Andrew Horowitz: Stay one step ahead of the Trump jump

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Welcome back to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged.

On today’s episode I’m joined by good friend, Andrew Horowitz – Founder and CEO of Horowitz and Company.

The anticipation of new policies are causing massive market swings – but how long will this trend last? To start off the episode, Andrew highlights several grossly, over-anticipated sectors. As the market is coming off record highs, Andrew explains why our portfolios are at even greater risk.

Recent trends are far from the truth. Tune in as Andrew and I discuss what an inevitable high interest rate environment means for certain sectors going forward.

Andrew then shows listeners how to take advantage of the crazy market jumps we are witnessing today. These are aggressive, short-term trading positions that could potentially move 100% to 200% within the next few weeks.

And finally, let the holiday shopping begin! As online-shopping trends continue to grow, Andrew breaks down which big-box retailers to avoid this season.

Links and Resources

Stocks Mentioned

  • United States Steel Corp. (X)
  • Caterpillar Inc. (CAT)
  • Lockheed Martin Corporation (LMT)
  • Target Corporation (TGT)
  • Amazon (AMZN)
  • FedEx Corporation (FDX)
  • Best Buy Co., Inc. (BBY)
  • Macy’s, Inc. (M)
  • Resolute Energy Corporation (REN)
  • Herbalife Ltd. (HLF)
  • Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (PANW)
  • Cara Therapeutics Inc. (CARA)
  • Dryships Inc. (DRYS)
  • InspireMD, Inc. (NSPR)
  • Skyline Medical Inc. (SKLN)
  • Top Ships Inc. (TOPS)
  • Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. (OPTT)
  • Lucas Energy, Inc. (LEI)

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2 Comments

  1. james
    November 25, 2016 @ 4:06 pm

    Hillary at a HS meeting was offering freebees one was a free college freebee; good to get votes but more debt (make the bubble larger). also Currently the US is importing immigrants (legal and illegal) at a rate the US can never pay for. Note almost 50% percent of the children in the US start life with welfare (Medicaid pays the medical birth bill). wouldn’t this be bad for the economy?

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  2. Kevin Beck
    November 25, 2016 @ 7:26 pm

    Looking at DRYS: The company had THREE reverse splits in the past 12 months, with 1:25, 1:4, and 1:15. If you had 1500 shares a year ago, you would be left with 1 share today! And one year ago, the split-adjusted price was over $400. So, your $600,000 investment a year ago would have dwindled to $5 today.

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