Greg GuenthnerGreg Guenthner

Greg Guenthner, CMT, is the managing editor of The Rude Awakening and editor of Agora Financial's Microcap Millionaires. Over the past decade, Greg has helped build Agora Financial's small-cap and technical research teams. His analysis has appeared in Forbes, Yahoo Finance, Bankrate and countless other websites and publications. Greg is a member of the Market Technicians Association and holds the Chartered Market Technician designation.

Your Quick Hack to Trading the Gap

Have you ever looked a chart on your favorite stock and noticed a space between yesterday’s closing price and the next day’s open price? These spaces in the charts are called gaps. They happen frequently and if you know what you are doing, you can make some easy money.

Will New Virus Fears Derail the Rally?

A wild seven-day win streak courtesy of the Nasdaq led to some overbought conditions in the market. So I wasn’t too surprised to see Wednesday’s sharp selloff. Of course, the financial media is taking full advantage of the market’s sudden drop and milking the virus story, along with additional concerns about the viability of some state’s reopening plans.

What to Do About Gold Miners

There is one chart, just one chart, that market analysts and gold bugs alike could learn a lot from. It displays clearly the ebb and flow of one critically important trend, where it's headed through the end of the year, and how you can use it to your advantage. Greg Guenthner explains...

A Sympathy Breakout in the Making

Social media stocks have been beaten and left for dead since investors started selling in September. But are they poised to take a ride on the current end-of-year rally train? Greg Guenthner explains why, despite looking bruised and bloodied, you shouldn't count out social media just yet. Read on...

A Quick Trade — But Don’t Chase!

The months of September and October are traditionally bearish for the stock market. But this year, those two months were actually bullish. And if history is any indication, that means the next six months will be even better for the stock market. Greg Guenthner explains...