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Jeff Life Jeff Life graduated in 1990 with a B.A. in Political Science from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida.  While working in the International Business Center at the University of Miami as a research assistant for Dr. Robert Gross, Jeff  performed research on many projects... More
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  • Where, When and Why the Opportunity Exists; Market Crossroads.  0 comments
    Aug 9, 2011 4:44 AM | about stocks: AAL, UAL, GOLD, UUP, OIL, DAL
    With major global economic concerns, the center of attention is falling back on the US Dollar. After all, the US economy is still by far the healthiest in the world and by far the most resilient. We are fed a multitude of economic data practically every week, and what does Wall Street do? Digestion and regurgitation is the norm with a panic stricken frenzy of selling. Great, let's not focus on the media, global events, nor panic induced crises. Let us look at US.  The good old United States. I don't care about what others say. Last time I listened to someone else, it cost me a fortune. Analyzing key industries that are vital to sustain global economic growth and recovery is the only way to seize the opportunities that have surfaced with this huge market correction. Ask yourself, what will still be around regardless of what happens? What are the industries that we simply cannot function without. And which sectors will bounce back because of the tremendous drop in oil, which I predicted months ago?What are the SUPER deals out there? Which industries will be maximizing profits, due to the interwoven world economy and population growth, which joins the nations of the international economic arena due to the unprecedented levels of financial interdependence?Trade;  MNCs and their dependence on transporting their goods (cargo) world wide along with an incredible demand for international and domestic air travel, will play a large role in the success of the Airline Industry! Profitability, due to drop in oil prices, will play a major part in the "Rise of the Airline Carrier Companies."Short supply in seating capacities and cargo space coupled with the new levels of demand for air transportation will be the key to the Sector's resurgence. I will not go into detail on the specific plays, however, I will mention a couple of stocks to watch over the next 3 months. Those are: AMR, DAL, UAL.Oh, and remember the strengthening Greenback (UUP), and oil tailspin. I originally gave out a $70/barrel target, and now I am dropping it to $45/barrel by year end. Stay away from metals. Panic buying will fizzle while tech, biotech, transportation and food commodities will dominate our market "New Global Economic With major global economic concerns, the center of attention is falling back on the US Dollar. After all, the US economy is still by far the healthiest in the world and by far the most resilient. We are fed a multitude of economic data practically every week, and what does Wall Street do? Digestion and regurgitation is the norm with a panic stricken frenzy of selling. Great, let's not focus on the media, global events, nor panic induced crises. Let us look at US.  The good old United States. I don't care about what others say. Last time I listened to someone else, it cost me a fortune. Analyzing key industries that are vital to sustain global economic growth and recovery is the only way to seize the opportunities that have surfaced with this huge market correction. Ask yourself, what will still be around regardless of what happens? What are the industries that we simply cannot function without. And which sectors will bounce back because of the tremendous drop in oil, which I predicted months ago?What are the SUPER deals out there? Which industries will be maximizing profits, due to the interwoven world economy and population growth, which joins the nations of the international economic arena due to the unprecedented levels of financial interdependence?Trade;  MNCs and their dependence on transporting their goods (cargo) world wide along with an incredible demand for international and domestic air travel, will play a large role in the success of the Airline Industry! Profitability, due to drop in oil prices, will play a major part in the "Rise of the Airlines Carrier Companies."Short supply in seating capacities and cargo space coupled with the new levels of demand for air transportation will be the key to the Sector's resurgence. I will not go into detail on the specific plays, however, I will mention a couple of stocks to watch over the next 3 months. Those are: AMR, DAL, UAL.Oh, and remember the Greenback (UUP), and oil tailspin. I originally gave out a $70/barrel target, and now I am dropping it to $45/barrel by year end. Stay away from metals. Panic buying will fizzle while tech, biotech, transportation and food commodities will dominate as the out performers of our "New Global Economic Order."Jeff Life
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