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Special Situation Stock a Boon to Carbon Fiber Investors?

Special Situation Stock a Boon to Carbon Fiber Investors? | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
According to financial analyst George Leong, we are seeing a rise in the demand for super-light and strong carbon fiber composite, which is used in multiple applications for both commercial and consumer use—making this special situation stock one for investors to keep a very close eye on.
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Can This Precious Metal Save Your Portfolio from the Rising Tensions in Crimea?

Can This Precious Metal Save Your Portfolio from the Rising Tensions in Crimea? | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
According to financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar, while the tensions in Crimea may seem a world away, U.S. investors need to be concerned due to the affects these geopolitical events could have on the global economy. And that is where gold comes into play…
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Why These Two China-Based Internet Stocks Are Worth a Closer Look

Why These Two China-Based Internet Stocks Are Worth a Closer Look | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
As financial analyst George Leong notes, much of the easy money may be gone for now, but there are still some Internet stocks trading here that offer excellent potential for some staggering gains for aggressive traders.
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Why Analysts Can’t Just Blame the Weather for Poor Housing Numbers

Why Analysts Can’t Just Blame the Weather for Poor Housing Numbers | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
As financial analyst John Whitefoot notes, no matter where you turn, bad earnings or economic indicators are being blamed on the cold weather. The most recent industry to use the weather-related get-out-of-jail-free excuse is the housing market. But as Whitefoot points out, analysts have more to blame than winter for the weak housing data.
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As Investors Grow More Skeptical Toward Stocks, Time to Move to Safe Haven ETFs?

As Investors Grow More Skeptical Toward Stocks, Time to Move to Safe Haven ETFs? | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
With investor sentiment growing more negative toward stocks, financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar suggests three safe-haven investments that investors may want to consider at this time.
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How the Trend Is Changing for Silver

How the Trend Is Changing for Silver | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
As financial analyst Sasha Cekerevac notes, one of the interesting things about investors is how so many become complacent over time. When precious metals like silver were rising steadily, more and more people jumped on the bandwagon. But times have changed.
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Why I Wouldn’t Give Up on This Stock Market Yet

Why I Wouldn’t Give Up on This Stock Market Yet | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
While mainstream media, economists, and analysts may be warning investors to get out of the declining markets early, financial analyst George Leong doesn’t see what all the fuss is about; according to him, current action in the markets isn’t chaos, it’s opportunity.
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How to Profit as Eurozone Repeats 2009 Financial Crisis

How to Profit as Eurozone Repeats 2009 Financial Crisis | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
As financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar notes, signs of a financial crisis that we haven’t seen since 2009 are beginning to surface in the eurozone, but never fear—Zulfiqar knows a way you can profit from an economic turndown in that region.
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Should Investors Leave Auto Stocks Behind This Spring?

Should Investors Leave Auto Stocks Behind This Spring? | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
Financial analyst John Whitefoot recounts recent February auto sales data, noting that while Wall Street is blaming the rather weak auto sales by the Big 8 on the winter weather, luxury car sales for some brands are up more than 400%. What does this mean for auto stocks come spring if the winter weather doesn't really appear to be at fault?
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Three Homebuilders to Short During $336-Billion Housing Gap

Three Homebuilders to Short During $336-Billion Housing Gap | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
According to financial analyst John Whitefoot, "holding steady" isn't good enough when it comes to the housing market and its importance to the country's GDP. Unfortunately, a $336-billion housing gap has left homebuilders looking to the long-term investing horizon for a turnaround.
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This One Factor Could Make or Break Your Portfolio

This One Factor Could Make or Break Your Portfolio | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
According to financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar, income inequality plays an important role in whether or not an economy experiences economic growth. But it also plays an important role in whether or not your portfolio will experience growth.
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Extreme Cold Weather Boosting Profits in This Natural Commodity

Extreme Cold Weather Boosting Profits in This Natural Commodity | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
As financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar notes, for most commodities, if demand increases and supply remains the same (or declines), you have a perfect recipe for higher prices. Since the beginning of the year, this one commodity's prices are up more than 40%! Why? Its supply and demand metrics profit from the unbearable cold.
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How the Trend Is Changing for Silver

How the Trend Is Changing for Silver | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
As financial analyst Sasha Cekerevac notes, one of the interesting things about investors is how so many become complacent over time. When precious metals like silver were rising steadily, more and more people jumped on the bandwagon. But times have changed.
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How to Invest in a Stock Market Correction

How to Invest in a Stock Market Correction | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
As financial analyst John Whitefoot notes, the current euphoria in the stock markets may be short-lived. While stocks are holding up right now, there are more than enough warning signs (technical, economic, and statistical) that are pointing to a correction. Here, Whitefoot offers one simple investment strategy for profiting as the markets fall.
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Three Stocks to Watch as Activist Investors Unlock Value

Three Stocks to Watch as Activist Investors Unlock Value | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
Reviewing the activities of perhaps the best known and most successful activist investor Carl Icahn, financial analyst Sasha Cekerevac considers whether or not individual investors should follow the actions of activists and the top stocks to watch as these investors unlock value.
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How to Profit as Eurozone Repeats 2009 Financial Crisis

How to Profit as Eurozone Repeats 2009 Financial Crisis | Lombardi’s Crisis Profit Alert | Scoop.it
As financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar notes, signs of a financial crisis that we haven’t seen since 2009 are beginning to surface in the eurozone, but never fear—Zulfiqar knows a way you can profit from an economic turndown in that region.
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