Andy Crowder

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Andy Crowder has been investing in stocks and options for over 15 years. A graduate of the University of Oregon and Northern Arizona University, Andrew’s work experience includes working for the medical division of W.L. Gore and Associates in Flagstaff, AZ, Oppenheimer & Co. in New York City and more recently working as a professional options trader, research analyst and financial columnist for a prominent stock options newsletter and advisory service

How the Big Funds Buy Small Caps

"That's exactly the strategy our small cap team has been using for the past couple of years. And they've been

The Trade of the Decade (SPY, TLT, TBT)

It's a sobering picture. The global financial system is in dire straits. Resuscitation now looks doubtful. Debt burdens

Accumulate Shares of This Cash King

Thanksgiving is getting closer, but with the recent market volatility many investors may hold back by praising the market w

The Only Bird That Beats Both Bulls and Bears

Stocks are going nowhere fast. I think the 12 year chart of the S&P 500 SPDRs (SPY) below says it all. The

What You Haven’t Heard About the Groupon IPO (GRPN)

Groupon (Nasdaq: GRPN), the online leader in daily coupon deals, went public on November 4 and sold $700 million worth of s

Why Short Trading Periods are LESS Risky (FXI)

I love short to intermediate time frames for trades - because it means I don't have to lock up lots of capital for a lo

What Every Analyst Could Learn From John Madden

Do you think about probabilities on each and every investment/trade you make? You should. A football analyst can tell you t

Why It’s a Stock Picker’s Market (ALLT, PKT, SPY)

It's a stock picker's market. What does that mean? It means that you shouldn't just buy an index or a broad base

A Forty Year Old Secret Provides Stock Market ‘Insurance’

Everything you've heard about investing from the mainstream media, your mutual fund advisor and your tax accountant is a lie.

Goldman Sachs: Is America’s Most Hated Company Undervalued? (GS)

Over the past three years no company has been more hated than Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS). If Ben Bernanke is considered the &