Crista Huff is the lead analyst of Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor, where she combines a strict fundamental methodology with technical analysis, to identify growth and value stocks whose charts are turning bullish.
Crista spent over 20 years working for large global corporations, including 13 years at Morgan Stanley, where she was a Vice President and Financial Advisor. In 2011, she launched a stock market website, Goodfellow, in which the vast majority of Crista’s model portfolios outperformed their comparable U.S. market indices by margins of 50% to 100% and more—with less risk.
In addition to her investment career, Crista has an extensive political background with the GOP and the Tea Party. She was elected to be a 2008 delegate to the Republican National Convention, has volunteered on many political campaigns, and was a groundbreaking Tea Party leader in Colorado. Most recently, she worked as a lobbyist in Washington D.C., promoting policies that benefit U.S. jobs and the economy.
Crista is a frequent guest on political and financial radio shows across the U.S.A.
Articles by Crista Huff
We all saw U.S. stock markets exhibit exuberance on December 3 and then fear on December 4. I anticipate another strong upward move during the remainder of this week.
Following the second 10% U.S. stock market correction of 2018, stocks are trying to get their footing. We’re witnessing some large daily price swings, especially among energy stocks, which are being buffeted by falling oil prices.
Our portfolio stocks achieved another successful quarter of results, generally pleasing Wall Street with upside surprises as opposed to earnings disappointments or news of corporate difficulties. Nevertheless, 2018 has been a difficult year for stock investors, with the S&P 500 index delivering two corrections...
Congratulations! You’ve saved up $10,000 over and above your emergency savings—yes, you should keep your emergency savings in cash, separate from your stocks—and now you’re ready to begin investing in the stock market.
You are aware that you can put that money into mutual and...
I expect a traders’ market through year end. Be wary: just because a stock rebounds nicely this week does not mean that it will maintain those share price gains.
Things look bleak on Wall Street right now. But the market will eventually rebound. When it does, these 12 popular large-cap stocks will lead the charge.
I’m moving another five stocks from Strong Buy to Hold. It’s a normal seasonal pattern in the market that any stock that’s trading at its low point for the year during the fourth quarter will then remain low through the very last days 2018...