Oil and Gold are Moving

Bullish or Bearish?

It’s Monday November 20th, and Bubba is still steaming about the lousy tax plan that was passed the House last week. It feels as though President Trump has settled for a hollow victory, not getting the plan he wanted or that he promised the American people. Bubba talks about what to expect in markets during the Thanksgiving holiday and is joined by Jane King and Matt Demeter...

Bullish Markets Likely to Keep Momentum through 2017

Yellen Passes Baton to Powell

Thank god it’s Friday, the end of a tumultuous week on the street. As the rally continues, Bubba warns traders and investors not to fight the market action. This is a historically bullish time for markets...

The Dangers of Confusing Trading and Investing

Markets Trying to Work Higher

College Football opens tonight and the markets continue to trade in a holiday crazed fashion. Bubba talks about hurricane ravaged Houston and how devastating the entire story is, though Bubba states that out of this darkness will come jobs. The markets are trying to work higher, but they are still below the last high.

Oil Could Go Below $40

Bonds Look to Break Down

Bubba talks a little about the Trump Jr. news bomb that dropped on Tuesday and the way the markets immediately recovered and went back to normal trading. The tops are in, according to Bubba, as he goes over the main indexes that he trades and assigns short and long-term levels...

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Investors Display Bullish Complacency

Recipe for Market Disaster?

The weekend is over, as is Easter and Passover, and everyone is back to work. Last week was quite a week for a shortened holiday trading week, culminating in President Trump having the MOAB (mother of all bombs) dropped in Afghanistan. The market was soft and volatility was rising, but will this be the start of the event that brings the markets lower?

Markets Cannot be Predicted

Follow the Footprints

Today on The Bubba Show, Bubba talks markets, agricultural products, and a little politics. On the Italian referendum, Bubba asserts that once again the markets ignored the result and continue to push higher, making another record high. Bubba warns against fighting the tape, telling listeners that we cannot predict markets and direction...