Author: Serge Berger

The #1 stock I still like in technology

The #1 stock I still like in technology

Many tech stocks are still being decimated with many down 50%+ from highs. Logically, you’d think “stay away from all tech.” And that may be true in a general sense. However, I’m looking at one specific sector right now that is still set to boom in 2022 based on the charts (and fundamentals) I’m watching. […]

Where do tech stocks go from here in 2022?

Where do tech stocks go from here in 2022?

I predict in 2022, we could see some sluggishness to the S&P 500 as it hits all-time highs. But what about tech? Many tech stocks like Zoom, Peloton have seen their valuations obliterated over the last 3 months. Still, tech overall has matched the S&P 500 in returns over the last 2 years… However, while […]

A Quick Real Estate Trade You Can Make This Morning

A Quick Real Estate Trade You Can Make This Morning

I’m looking into the real estate sector which has been incredibly strong the past 18 months. Inventory is low…interest rates are low as well. This has attracted a lot of capital and driven prices up. Today, there’s a trade you could potentially make with nice upside into February 2022. I’ll share with you the profit […]

This energy play is set to make a big move

This energy play is set to make a big move

We’ve seen a pullback in utilities, natural gas, coal and others. I see there’s a play here for you. Let me show you in my weekly free video. There’s ONE ticker I’m looking at in the coal sector which could make a move. Coal is an ancient way to produce energy… but the supply crunches […]

Stop Trading Options Like Stocks (Gamestop Example)

Stop Trading Options Like Stocks (Gamestop Example)

“Options are the same as stocks, just cheaper!” Ever heard a pitch start like that? Well, it’s wrong. Crazy wrong. Options trade much differently than stocks, and thus why it’s easier to lose money with options. (and this is coming from a 20+ year options trader). One key difference is options use of “implied volatility.” […]