Steve Christ

Steve Christ graduated from Towson State University where he studied Journalism, English and History. At the time he had hoped to become a newspaper reporter. But shortly after college, he reached a surprising conclusion: That what he really knew about life and how the world really works couldn’t fill a thimble. This epiphany sent him in new and exciting directions. He owned several businesses, worked in sales and traded stocks with the best of them. An expert in the housing market, his columns appear weekly in Wealth Daily, Gold World and Energy and Capital.

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The Wealth Advisory

The Wealth Advisory features not only stock picks but also educational information: it teaches readers to think for themselves and build their own portfolios without taking big risks. The letter covers technicals and fundamentals, and is broad-based—the advisory panel gives the best picks all...
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How To Invest Using CEFs

CEFs, also called closed-end investment management companies, are different from mutual funds and ETFs because they issue a limited number of shares. That actually makes them more similar to ordinary publicly-listed companies than funds: when a new investor buys into a CEF, they to...
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Boeing Co. (BA)

“One company I’ve been watching as of late is Boeing Co. (BA – yield 2.60%). For investors with a long-term time frame, this aerospace giant offers the safety of rock-solid growth with very little downside— especially as it bounces off support at the 200-week average...
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Imperial Sugar Company (IPSU)

If you have heard it once, you've heard it a million times by now: obesity is a national epidemic. High Fructose Corn Syrup is undoubtedly one of the culprits. In fact, just [this week] a Princeton study discovered that rats which had access high...
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Citigroup (C)

We must admit that on the face of it, an investment in Citigroup (C, NYSE) seems tenuous given the continued economic downturn. However, on a price-to-book basis, Citigroup is cheap trading at 0.9 times tangible book value. In fact, among peers, both Citigroup Bank...
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