Profitable Ideas for a Turbulent Market
Get InvestingChannel’s
Ideas & Strategies Now… FREE

InvestingChannel.Com’s Ideas & Strategies section is for registered users only.

But don’t worry, Joining is FREE and registration will be the most valuable thirty seconds you’ll spend all day. That’s because our quick sign-up page gives you instant access to useful and original investment content covering options, ETFs, fixed income, currencies and equities of all sizes and risk levels.

…plus more compelling investment research that you can immediately put to great use.

Here are just a few examples of the clear and concise commentary
you’ll find every day within Ideas & Strategies:

Euro Tumbles After EU Blasts Italy's "Unprecedented" Budget Deviation

If there was any doubt that the standoff between Italy and the EU would get worse before it gets even moar worse, moments ago any doubts were extinguished when Bloomberg reported that in the letter addressed to Italy's Finance Minister Giovanni Tria, EU Commissioners Valdis Dombrovskis and Pierre Moscovici said that Italy’s Draft Budgetary Plan for 2019 constitutes an "obvious significant deviation" from EU rules. Specifically, the EU warned that Italy's proposed 0.8% increase in its deficit is a significant deviation from the structural improvement... -Zero Hedge

Lawler: Early Read on Existing Home Sales in September

From housing economist Tom Lawler:Based on publicly-available local realtor/MLS reports from across the country released through today, I project that existing home sales as estimated by the National Association of Realtors ran at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.20 million in September, down 2.6% from August’s preliminary pace and down 3.2% from last September’s seasonally adjusted pace. Unadjusted sales should show a larger YOY % decline, reflecting this September’s lower business-day count compared to last September.On the inventory front... -Calculated Risk

IBM Tumbles After Revenue Resumes Slide, EPS "Beats" On Ridiculous Tax Rate

IBM is back to its revenue declining, non-GAAP-EPS-beating-through-low-tax-gimmick ways. With Wall Street expecting IBM to report EPS of $3.40 in Q3, the company "beat" by the smallest of margins, reporting non-GAAP EPS of $3.42 (vs $2.94 GAAP). So far so good, but as usual, the GAAP vs non-GAAP numbers at IBM painted two starkly different pictures, with GAAP EPS barely rising by 1% vs the 5% increase in non-GAAP, while GAAP Net Income and pre-tax Income both declined Y/Y by -1% and -2%, respectively, even as non-GAAP Net Income and pre-tax net income... -Zero Hedge

Find out right now what’s new in Ideas & Strategies today.
Click HERE to Register.

When you register, you’ll not only get top-tier original InvestingChannel content, but also InvestingChannel Daily, the free e-letter, delivered directly to your inbox.

Discover today the great ideas reserved for only registered users within’s Ideas & Strategies!