After one year, "Greed and Fear" blog returns

After a year, finishing specialization courses, in addition to some personal projects, I return in September with the blog Greed and Fear, now at, always with the usual analysis, ideas, and comments from the world of Wall Street.

For a better search of the topics of the blog, my main suggestion is to use the Blog Labels, for example, Trader Notes or Stocks to Watch. On the Watchlist page, I include the current watchlists of stocks which I'm following. In this page, you also can write your opinions, suggestions, and comments.

I think it is appropriate today to repeat the post of April 2017, which reflects the unalterable spirit of this blog, this for new followers. That time I wrote:

I just want to remind you what you already know: success in stock trading will depend on how well we interpret the different scenarios that are foreseen for the next days, or weeks, and choose the ideal stocks or ETFs according to them. The intention, or spirit of this blog, is to help newbie traders in that purpose, giving some useful ideas from my daily research. So, if you look for the typical investment blog with predictions based on feelings (in other words, simply gambling), or 'infallible' purchase data based on a single isolated indicator with no fundamental analysis, or a blog with a lot of different penny stocks each day, this blog is definitely NOT your place ...

'Greed and Fear', maintains a minimalist structure:
1. Briefly comment on the current news of the company (or commodity or sector), reviewing its environment, using as tools the fundamental and technical analysis, that my years in trading have shown me that necessarily go together for be profitable. 
2. Then present (shaded in yellow) the main idea or suggestion for the case.
3. Mentioned in red are the stocks (or ETF) to be followed, and eventually comments if I purchase it.

As a disclaimer: the recommendations of buy or sell aren't an investment advisory, there is just information for you. Greed and Fear is not responsible for the results obtained in your trades.

Finally, you can meet me at Linkedin and follow on Twitter  or  StockTwits  and comment from those pages, much more agile and immediate, requirements that every trader is looking for.

I hope to have your usual follow-up and support.
Bravo Trader

Seasonality: be careful since the end of this month, because September is usually the worst month for the Dow Jones, as December is the best.