Name: George Leong, B. Comm.
Bio: George Leong, B. Comm. is a Senior Editor at Lombardi Financial, and has been involved in analyzing the stock markets for two decades where he employs both fundamental and technical analysis. His overall market timing and trading knowledge is extensive in the areas of small-cap research and option trading. George is the editor of several of Lombardi’s popular financial newsletters, including The China Letter, Special Situations, and Obscene Profits, among others. He has written technical and fundamental columns for numerous stock market news web sites, and he is the author of Quick Wealth Options Strategy and Mastering 7 Proven Options Strategies. Prior to starting with Lombardi Financial, George was employed as a financial analyst with Globe Information Services. Add George Leong to your Google+ circles
While many seem to be comforted by continued stock market highs, bad news could be brewing for the first-quarter 2015 earnings season.
1Q15 Earnings Season to Affect the Markets?
The stock market continues to see … Read More
Oil prices are on the downside, and we could see West Texas Intermediate (WTI) oil decline to the $40.00 level and below.
A few years ago, the mere mention of oil in the $30.00 level … Read More
The stock market continues to want to edge higher, but beware. I still sense there will be more downside moves that will provide a trading opportunity. At this juncture, I would be looking for sell-offs … Read More
Regular readers of mine will know that I used to be bullish on China; I thought the Chinese economy offered a good contrarian investment opportunity. Now, I’m turning my sights to the eurozone for the … Read More
When Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. crashed after the impact of the sub-prime financial crisis in 2008, the financial sector was turned upside down. Regulators made a bold and smart decision to clean up the banking … Read More
The NASDAQ may have passed 5,000, but investors shouldn’t get caught up in the excitement. A market correction may just be on the horizon, especially when you consider factors affecting the global economy…. Read More
If you haven’t already done so, you should start to take a closer look at small-cap stocks.
Small-Cap Stocks Outperforming in 2015
While small companies underperformed in 2014 with the Russell 2000 gaining a mere … Read More
Eurozone Still Messy, but Economic Recovery Has Begun
Europe is open for business. Well, kind of. The region—namely the 19-country eurozone—has recently been in the news with the Greece fiasco and its potential exit.
Greece … Read More
The third season of House of Cards will likely once again see a massive influx of new subscribers flow to Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ/NFLX). The company is sizzling on the chart and is the “Best of … Read More
Over the past few years, we have witnessed fewer loss of power situations on the electricity power grid. A big reason is that hydro operators are working proactively in monitoring the use of electricity on … Read More
Retailers continue to fight for the limited dollar of the consumer. The retail sector is extremely competitive and success is contingent on the right strategy of attack, which means offering the right product mix, competitive … Read More
There’s a financial reckoning coming, folks. The easy money pushed through the financial system and economy by the Federal Reserve over the past several years may have given us this six-year bull stock market, but … Read More
If you have ever been on the New York City subway during the morning or after-work commutes, you’d understand how busy it gets. Surprisingly, it’s still pretty lax compared to rush hour in Hong Kong, … Read More
The restaurant sector, including the fast food outlets, continues to reward investors with a good investment opportunity over the past years. The advance in the eateries has been somewhat overdone, as the stock market appears … Read More
The last time I saw 5,000 on the NASDAQ was way back in early 2000, prior to the collapse of the technology sector and all of the froth and euphoria on Wall Street. If you … Read More
The growth of the Internet has been one of the top advancements in history. But with this good news comes the darker side, namely cyber attacks that cost billions of dollars in damages along with … Read More
There is yet another Greek tragedy playing out across the Atlantic, where legendary poets, mathematicians, scientists, and thinkers once roamed. Fast-forward several thousand years and the country once known for its proud history is cracking … Read More
The stock market may be blooming again with the major key stock indices rallying back above their 50-day moving average (MA), but there is still ample downside vulnerability.
We have the mess in the eurozone … Read More
Using Call Options for Leverage and Risk Management
The other day I was thinking back years ago to one of the first handfuls of trades I undertook as a rookie trading the stock market.
The … Read More
Many of you are probably happy to bid farewell to January. Not only was the weather nasty, but the stock market also traded in a volatile manner, with the bias to the downside.
The month … Read More
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ/MSFT) CEO Satya Nadella must be envying Tim Cook of Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ/AAPL) these days after the staggering blowout quarter by Apple last week. Nadella, while a vast improvement over former head Steve … Read More
Tim Cook must be pleased with the results of Apple Inc. (NASDAQ/AAPL). Heck, the company sold an amazing 74.5 million “iPhones” and has become the top seller of smartphones in China, surpassing rival Samsung Electronics … Read More
While China has been struggling to regain its former luster as the top growth region in the world, we are seeing some dynamic growth in the technology space, namely the Internet and mobile areas, where … Read More
The money printing presses may be dry in the U.S., but they are just being inked up across the Atlantic in the eurozone, where they’re beginning to print easy money in the form of euros. … Read More
What kid doesn’t love toys? But then again, what investor doesn’t love toys? They did, after all, gain traction in 2014, growing at four percent to $18.08 billion in U.S. sales. (Source: NPD Group, January … Read More
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