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The Bull & The Bear is a podcast designed to provide analysis and insight into the world of markets and finance. We will include interviews with some of the world's best traders, economists and analysts from Money & Markets and Banyan Hill Publishing.

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The Bull & The Bear is a podcast designed to provide analysis and insight into the world of markets and finance. We will include interviews with some of the world's best traders, economists and analysts from Money & Markets and Banyan Hill Publishing.

    Buy Into the Robotics Revolution With 2 Stocks

    Buy Into the Robotics Revolution With 2 Stocks

    Innovation[MC2] (#_msocom_2)  has moved a little slower in the last several months thanks to the coronavirus.
    Sure, new phones and computers continue to come to market, but the elements that power those products saw development slow significantly.
    Remote work and supply chain shutdowns have hindered further development of technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics and even 5G.
    But that hasn’t stopped companies developing that technology from continuing to thrive.
    The Robo Global Robotics and Automation ETF (NYSEARCA: ROBO) — an exchange-traded fund (https://moneyandmarkets.com/how-to-invest-in-an-etf/) (ETF) tracking robotic and automation stocks— jumped more than 74% since reaching a low in March 2020.
    In this episode of (https://moneyandmarkets.com/podcast/), I’ll talk with Adam and contributor Charles Sizemore about two robotic and automation stocks.
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    • 24 min
    The Post-Election Stock Market: What to Expect

    The Post-Election Stock Market: What to Expect

    We are just two weeks away.
    Two weeks away from waking up after one of the most contentious elections in modern history.
    But I’m not here to opine about the candidates or their positions.
    Instead, I want to look at the stock market and see what trends tell us to expect after the presidential election.
    In today’s episode of (https://moneyandmarkets.com/podcast/), I’m going to take a look at the history of how the stock market has performed before and after a presidential election.
    I’ll also give my thoughts on how the stock market will perform after election day.
    I wonder what the trends will tell us.
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    • 12 min
    Small-Cap Stock Traps: Pass on Aaron’s (AAN), Upwork (UPWK) Now

    Small-Cap Stock Traps: Pass on Aaron’s (AAN), Upwork (UPWK) Now

    A lot of new investors try to swing for the fences when they first start trading.
    They try to find the biggest name they know and invest in it with hopes of massive returns. Companies like Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) and Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN).
    But investing in big companies doesn’t guarantee huge returns. It can be just the opposite.
    That’s why it’s worth looking at smaller companies because they have a greater potential for massive returns you’re looking for.
    But these small-cap stocks carry some risk as well.
    In this episode of (https://moneyandmarkets.com/podcast/), I’ll talk with Adam and contributor Charles Sizemore about two stocks listed on the Russell 2000.
    We’ll examine what each of these three companies do and how they’ve performed recently.
    What’s even better is you’ll get insight on what you should do with these three companies — if you are thinking about buying or already have them in your portfolio.
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    • 24 min
    What Prime Day (Doesn’t) Mean for Amazon Stock

    What Prime Day (Doesn’t) Mean for Amazon Stock

    In today’s episode of (https://moneyandmarkets.com/podcast/), I’m going to take a brief look at the history of Amazon Prime Day and relate it to how its stock has performed.
    It’s become an annual tradition now at the Clark household.
    Once a year, my wife and I get glued to our phone or computer because we are looking for that one thing.
    The one thing that will make everything worthwhile.
    That best deal. That money saver. That new piece of technology we think we need, but really don’t.
    Under normal circumstances, you would think we were talking about something like Black Friday.
    But in the COVID-19 age, Amazon’s Prime Day is satisfying our need to spend money on things we “may or may not” actually need.
    And millions are just like us.
    In fact, more than $12 billion has been spent by consumers on Prime Day since its inception in 2015.
    But what does that mean for Amazon.com Inc.’s (Nasdaq: AMZN) stock?
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    • 9 min
    Cut Through the Vaccine Hype With This Biotech Buy

    Cut Through the Vaccine Hype With This Biotech Buy

    The three stocks we are going to discuss today come from one of the hottest sectors.
    This sector has made headlines since April as the coronavirus came into focus outside of China.
    Now, the biotech sector is all the rage as companies scramble to find a suitable vaccine.
    The S&P Biotech SPDR ETF (NYSEARCA: XBI) — an exchange-traded fund (https://moneyandmarkets.com/how-to-invest-in-an-etf/) (ETF) tracking some of the biggest biotech stocks — jumped more than 79% since reaching a low in March 2020.
    It topped out at around $120 per share in July and has only pulled back slightly since.
    In this episode of (https://moneyandmarkets.com/podcast/), I’ll talk with Money & Markets Chief Investment Strategist Adam O’Dell and contributor Charles Sizemore about three biotech stocks.
    We’ll examine what each of these three companies do and how they’ve performed recently.
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    • 27 min
    Red Flag Warning: The One COVID-19 Vaccine Stock to Avoid

    Red Flag Warning: The One COVID-19 Vaccine Stock to Avoid

    We have no idea when a vaccine combating the deadly COVID-19 virus will be available.
    But when the time comes, whether it’s in six months, a year or more, there will likely be several vaccines from different companies available.
    Investors who have piled in to pharma stocks in the past six months think the companies that are first to market with a coronavirus vaccine will profit.
    But I don’t think that applies to all of them — at least not in the long term.
    The deck is stacked against one company in particular — and any gains from a vaccine will be temporary at best.
    In this episode of (https://moneyandmarkets.com/podcast/), I reveal the one COVID-19 vaccine stock that you should stay away from at all costs.
    I researched all of the companies involved in developing a vaccine — and I have to tell you about this one stock to avoid.
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