Frank Bermea

Analyst Articles

If you’re ready to take the next step in your options trading career, then this week’s issue is just what the doctor ordered. What I’m about to show you is how the real money is made on Wall Street. Once you master this technique, you may not want to trade… Read More

If you’re ready to take the next step in your options trading career, then this week’s issue is just what the doctor ordered. What I’m about to show you is how the real money is made on Wall Street. Once you master this technique, you may not want to trade… Read More

The Brexit dominated headlines at the beginning of last week. By week’s end, investors had shrugged it off. And while risks remain for Europe’s economy in the aftermath, there’s another part of the globe that could be much more problematic for the markets. I’m talking about China. Policymakers in China… Read More

The Brexit dominated headlines at the beginning of last week. By week’s end, investors had shrugged it off. And while risks remain for Europe’s economy in the aftermath, there’s another part of the globe that could be much more problematic for the markets. I’m talking about China. Policymakers in China… Read More

Just when things seemed calm, investors found reason to panic. In a historic referendum vote, citizens of the United Kingdom narrowly voted to exit the European Union. The fallout was immediate, as markets around the world plummeted. Read More

Just when things seemed calm, investors found reason to panic. In a historic referendum vote, citizens of the United Kingdom narrowly voted to exit the European Union. The fallout was immediate, as markets around the world plummeted. Read More

Today, I want to share a trade that you can act on immediately from my new service, Trade of the Week. Trade of the Week was designed to introduce traders to a variety of strategies to take advantage of any market situation… without breaking the bank. It costs only $19… Read More

Today, I want to share a trade that you can act on immediately from my new service, Trade of the Week. Trade of the Week was designed to introduce traders to a variety of strategies to take advantage of any market situation… without breaking the bank. It costs only $19… Read More

 As the publisher of Profitable Trading, I get to see every investment opportunity my analysts uncover. We publish a total of five paid financial research services. Each is run by one of our seasoned trading professionals. They’re sharing the very same techniques and strategies that helped them become financially independent… Read More

 As the publisher of Profitable Trading, I get to see every investment opportunity my analysts uncover. We publish a total of five paid financial research services. Each is run by one of our seasoned trading professionals. They’re sharing the very same techniques and strategies that helped them become financially independent… Read More

Earlier this week, I told you that the market is poised to take a bearish turn and cited three main reasons:  1. Weak fundamentals 2. Lofty market valuation 3. Investor complacency But I also told traders that when I say the market is likely to pull back, that… Read More

Earlier this week, I told you that the market is poised to take a bearish turn and cited three main reasons:  1. Weak fundamentals 2. Lofty market valuation 3. Investor complacency But I also told traders that when I say the market is likely to pull back, that… Read More

Investors seem lost right now.  A week ago, the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) Sentiment Survey showed the number of investors who were “neutral” on the market hit its highest level in 16 years, jumping above 50%. Read More

Investors seem lost right now.  A week ago, the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) Sentiment Survey showed the number of investors who were “neutral” on the market hit its highest level in 16 years, jumping above 50%. Read More

The past year and a half has been unkind to traditional buy-and-hold investors. Despite massive swings, the market is basically trading where it was 18 months ago. And considering we’re facing the potential end of a massive, seven-year bull market (the third-longest in history) — not to mention the upcoming… Read More

The past year and a half has been unkind to traditional buy-and-hold investors. Despite massive swings, the market is basically trading where it was 18 months ago. And considering we’re facing the potential end of a massive, seven-year bull market (the third-longest in history) — not to mention the upcoming… Read More