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PCM, Inc. (NASDAQ:PCMI) shares have had an incredible run, up about 150% since April. We decided to take a closer look and see what was driving results. The company currently is growing via acquisition and revenue was slowing prior to this. Companies that acquire growth to mask revenue declines often make for great shorts. We feel PCMI will make for a great short at some point,....More>>>

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Is bitcoin a bubble? Maybe. Maybe not. Only time will tell. But there are some small publicly traded companies trying to ride the wave of cryptocurrency and blockchain mania that look pretty sketchy. Call them the bitcons if you will.

The Securities and Exchange Commission suspended trading Tuesday of The Crypto Company until January 3, citing “concerns regarding the accuracy and....More>>>

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Phone interview, recorded Monday, Dec. 18, 2017. Interview edited for clarity.

Aaron Gentzler, Publisher: Ray, thanks for taking a few minutes this afternoon. First, can you tell me your biggest win of 2017?

Ray Blanco, Editor, Technology Profits Confidential, Breakthrough Technology Alert, Penny Pot Profits, FDA Trader: From a pure gain perspective, it was Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA). From....More>>>

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Related USO Baker Hughes Reports March 2016 Rig Counts Oil Prices Jump 6% On Surprise U.S. Drawdown, But World Bank Sees Limited Upside In 2016 The Geopolitics Of Cheap Energy (Seeking Alpha)

May crude oil futures are trading higher by $2.08 at $39.34 in Friday’s session. They started....More>>>

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Gundlach Sounds Fed Alarm, Warns of Selloff Near Inauguration Day

The U.S. Department of Education has two quite different roles in the lives of indebted former students. The same bureaucracy that must safeguard taxpayer dollars by collecting $1.1 trillion in loans....More>>>