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Yes, Wall Street can (and does) change its mind — ultra fast. Maybe too fast.

After yesterday’s magnificent day, what more can I say?

Tech continues to work. So does diversification. Banks like JPM and BAC are doing well.

I love SQ.

I’ve got some more copies of this great book to give away.

Email your best investment ideas and why. And I’ll send you a book. Hurry, this offer only lasts forever.


Predictions, Predictions….

Less than two weeks after Goldman stated that oil prices have likely bottomed out, the bank has predicted that oil prices may plunge lower.

Latest: Goldman says oil Prices To Fall Below $40 If Shale Doesn’t Slow.

Morgan Stanley was the lead underwriter on Snap. It changed its mind and tanked the stock.


Did they not do proper due diligence before they underwrote it? Were they obsessed with the idea that Snap is the new Facebook. It’s not.

Don’t touch Snap.

And don’t believe one word of Wall Street’s predictions! Not one word.

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What kills any business

Stuff learned

+ I feel better if I eat less and exercise more. I have to play tennis every day or I die.

+ Employ a professional appraisal consultant. Tell him/her your property is taxed too high. And watch your taxes come down. It’s magic.

+ My laptop feels super-great, now we vacuumed its insides. It’s magic. Works for AC units, refrigerators, too.

+ Good list of stuff learned yesterday. Click here.

Clips on WeWork.  

The best tourist trip is to visit your local WeWork offices. Walk around and ask the groups huddled over their Apple MacBooks what their new business idea is. You’ll her amazing ideas. Now for WeWork:




Syrians refugees, from their own mouths. 

This is a short book you can’t put down. A professor interviews Syrian refugees for their stories. It puts a nuance on Syria you won’t read or see anywhere else.


Pick it up from Amazon. Click here.

Amazon replaces Google as the U.S.’s search engine.

For eons I’ve been buying my favorite soap at at our local supermarket.


We’re running out. I thought why schlepp, waste the time, the gas, etc.

Check Amazon. Of course, it’s there. Everything’s at Amazon. Everything!

To buy 20 bars of my favorite soap at $1.26 a bar, click here. 

I’m not selling my Google shares, however.

Finals are this weekend.


Matches on ESPN and the Tennis Channel.

Roger is still in. So is Venus. Go Venus. Where we stand now:





The Italian Lover

A virile Italian gentlemen named Guido was relaxing at his favorite Rome bar when he managed to attract a spectacular young blonde woman.

Things progressed to the point where he led her back to his apartment and, after some small talk, they retired to his bedroom where he rattled her senseless.

After a pleasant interlude, he asked with a smile, “So, you finish?”

She paused, frowned, and replied. “No.”

Surprised, Guido reached for her and the rattling resumed. This time she thrashed about wildly and there were screams of passion. The sex finally ended and, again,

Guido smiled and asked, “You finish?”

Again, after a short pause, she returned his smile, cuddled closer to him and softly said, “No.”

Stunned, but damned if he was going to leave this woman unsatisfied, Guido reached for the woman yet again. Using the last of his strength, he barely managed it, but they ended together screaming, bucking, clawing and ripping the bed sheets.

Exhausted, Guido fell onto his back gasping. Barely able to turn his head, he looked into her eyes, smiled proudly and asked again, “You finish?”

Barely able to speak, the beautiful blonde whispered in his ear . . . . . “No, I Norwegian”

Harry Newton, who’s amused. Janet Yellen is wearing green eye shadow on TV this morning. She’s an ultra-talented woman. I love her.  But green eye shadow? Heck, why not?

  • Randy

    Harry, how can I qualify for your free book giveaway?

    • harrynewton

      Send some stock or bond recommendations which you like.