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Mike Swanson is the found and editor of WallStreetWindow.com. He has a Masters Degree in History from the University of Virginia, but went into the world of finance, instead of academia. From 2003 to 2006 he co-managed a hedge fund. He is also the author of several books, including works on the history of Danville, Virginia, the Cold War, the Vietnam War, and stock trading strategies, all of which are available at Amazon.com.

New All About Danville Podcast Launches With First Episode – Mike...

All About Danville is the brainchild of well known Danville Realtor and business community leader Hampton Wilkins. The podcasts feature Hampton and local newscaster...

We Are Seeing Where The Real Buying Is In The Financial...

The stock market is fell yesterday morning as the Nasdaq got hit on the open after MSFT reported a negative earnings outlook Tuesday night....

Gold And Silver Prices Are Starting A Mega Cycle Bull Market...

We have seen the price of gold outperform the S&P 500 in the past six months and in the past 12 months. While the...

The Stock Market Is Going Up Despite Economic Uncertainty, Casino Revenues...

The stock market keeps going up, in defiance of stock market bears and even hedge funds that are now betting against the stock market....

We Are Headed For A Key Moment For The Stock Market...

We are headed for a key moment for the stock market this week. Everyone is now watching the S&P 500 and the downtrend line...

As Silver Price Consolidates To Breakout Again The Battle Between Stock...

The stock market had a sloppy day on Thursday after the DOW fell over 600 points on Wednesday, however, the price of silver and...

The Battle Between Stock Market Bulls And Bears Is Real (Which...

There is now a battle going on between stock market bulls and bears when it comes to which way they think the S&P 500...

S&P 500 Closes Right Above It’s 200-Day Moving Average, But Below...

On Tuesday the S&P 500 managed to close a few points above its 200-day moving average. During a bear market this moving average...