John Parker - Author Archive


Jeff Clark Trader Review: Buy or Sell?

Posted on August 6th, 2020 by John Parker

Jeff Clark Trader is an options-focused trading system that provides a proven framework for successful options trading. The program includes a litany of tools and resources that immediately improve your trading strategy, including a library of training videos, educational reports, and more. But, Is Jeff Clark Trader legit? Stay tuned to our Jeff Clark Trader […]

Smart Money Secret Review: Can It Really Fix Your Credit?

Posted on August 6th, 2020 by John Parker

Having a reliable credit record can make your life a lot easier, but for many people, good credit seems perpetually out of reach. Smart Money Secret can help you take control of your credit score so you can access game-changing financial products, like low-interest mortgages, lucrative rewards credit cards, and more. The masterminds behind SMS […]

Stansberry Investment Advisory Review: Does It Live Up to the Hype?

Posted on July 23rd, 2020 by John Parker

Stansberry Investment Advisory is an investment research service founded by world-class investor and financial expert Porter Stansberry. For the price of a subscription, you get regular updates on the hottest stock market opportunities in addition to daily market-moving updates. Most veteran investors have heard of Stansberry Research, but does the company’s flagship research service live […]

Personal Capital Review: Premium Financial Management Tools

Posted on July 22nd, 2020 by John Parker

Personal Capital is an online financial advisor and investment platform that combines the best aspects of roboadvising and traditional financial advisory. The platform is geared towards higher-end investors, but it boasts some of the most powerful features you can find. Our Personal Capital review will analyze this service piece by piece and tell you if it’s […]

MarketXLS Review: A 5-Star Technical Analysis Tool

Posted on July 21st, 2020 by John Parker

Market intelligence a fundamental aspect of successful trading. Detailed data can make all the difference, but it’s often hard to pinpoint what’s relevant when there is so much information available. MarketXLS is a stock research tool that aims to solve that problem. In this MarketXLS review, we’ll break down this service in detail and tell […]

Wealthsimple Review: The #1 Roboadvisor Platform?

Posted on July 17th, 2020 by John Parker

Roboadvisor apps became very popular over the past decade, especially among younger investors. These services autonomously manage user portfolios using AI algorithms. The roboadvising space has become competitive over the past few years, but Wealthsimple is distinguishing itself from the crowd. In this Wealthsimple review, we’ll put this roboadvisor service under the microscope and tell […]

Morningstar Premium Review: The Best Fundamental Research Service?

Posted on July 15th, 2020 by John Parker

Conducting research is one of the most time-consuming parts of successful trading. It takes lots of time to review companies, and it’s tedious work. No one likes spending endless hours digging through financial statements, obscure press releases, and mountains of technical data. However, accurate intelligence is crucial to successful investing, and there’s no substitute for […]

Rocket Dollar Review: The Pros and Cons of a Self-Managed IRA

Posted on June 29th, 2020 by John Parker

Rocket Dog is a unique investment platform that allows users to self-manage their retirement accounts. Self-managed retirement accounts are more flexible than accounts with large banks, so they’re becoming prevalent among more advanced investors. However, is Rocket Dollar a worthwhile option for the average trader? Our Rock Dollar review will pick this platform apart so […]

M1 Finance Review: The Perfect Roboadvisor App?

Posted on June 29th, 2020 by John Parker

These days, Investing is more accessible than its ever been before. Aspiring investors have dozens of convenient options, but robo-advisors are quickly becoming an increasingly popular avenue for beginners. These computerized financial managers use advanced software to manage your funds automatically. The system automatically oversees your portfolio, so maintaining your investments is incredibly easy. Best […]

Fast Fortune Club Review: Worth It or Not?

Posted on June 22nd, 2020 by John Parker

Research services provide valuable insights that can help you get an edge on the market. However, the research industry is crowded, and it’s not always easy to tell the winners from the losers. A winning research service is worth its weight in gold, but sub-par services are usually not worth your hard-earned money. Today, we’re […]

Acorns Review: Is Micro Investing the Way to Go?

Posted on June 18th, 2020 by John Parker

Thanks to smartphones and apps, it is easier than ever to get into the world of investing. The past few years have seen tons of investing apps designed to allow you to trade stock on the go on your mobile device. Investment apps have become extremely popular because they offer accessible and inexpensive savings options. […]

Empire Stock Investor Review: Is Whitney Tilson A Fraud?

Posted on June 15th, 2020 by John Parker

An excellent investment research service can help you get the most out of your investments. They’re especially helpful for novices who want to put money to work in the market quickly. However, the industry is notoriously crowded, so it’s hard to separate the winners from the losers sometimes. Luckily, Stock Dork reviews are here to […]

Best Penny Stocks: Our Top Picks for June 2020

Posted on June 1st, 2020 by John Parker

Based on our research and reviews, here are our picks for best penny stocks to buy in June 2020: Top Ships Inc. SuperCom Ltd. Plus Therapeutics Pluristem Therapeutics Penny Stocks To Watch This Month The market has rebounded over the past two weeks, and these penny stocks have been some of the top performers. For […]

Stansberry Innovations Report Review: Buy or Sell?

Posted on May 26th, 2020 by John Parker

If you’ve been tapped into the financial research world for more than a few months, you’ve probably heard of Porter Stansberry. He’s one of the most well-known figures in the research industry. His company publishes several research reports under various names, but the Stansberry Innovations Report is one of the most well-known. In his latest […]

The Best Streaming Stocks You’ve Never Heard of

Posted on May 19th, 2020 by John Parker

If you’ve been paying attention at all, you’re probably aware of how popular streaming services are nowadays. Streaming services are popular because they bring entertainment and services directly into consumer homes, without the need to go anywhere. These streaming stocks represent excellent opportunities to invest in this rapidly-growing space.  Netflix pioneered streaming media and demonstrated […]

Commodity Supercycles Review: Is It Worth Your Time? 

Posted on May 15th, 2020 by John Parker

Bill Shaw has been a player in the investment research business for years, and now he’s turning people onto what he believes is a historic opportunity through his Commodity Supercycles investment research service. Our Commodity Supercycles review will put this investment research service under the microscope and tell you if you should trade or fade […]

Angels and Entrepreneurs Network Review: Is It Worth Your Time?

Posted on May 11th, 2020 by John Parker

For decades, wealthy investors made multimillion-dollar private equity deals behind closed doors. Corporate titans like Elon Musk, Henry Ford, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates dominated capital markets, and their strength made them stronger. In this Angels and Entrepreneurs Network review, we’ll show you how this revolutionary investment program is changing the game. Our Angels and […]

True Wealth Review: Get Out of Cash Now

Posted on January 28th, 2020 by John Parker

If you follow the markets, you know that we’re in the midst of the most epic economic expansion in world history. The bull market has been running strong for over 10 years, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. In the latest presentation from True Wealth, former hedge fund manager Dr. Steve Sjuggerud and […]

Motley Fool Rule Breakers Review

Posted on December 16th, 2019 by John Parker

Motley Fool Review: Does Rule Breakers Live Up to They Hype? Motley Fool is one of the leading websites in the investor education space. The team at The Fool has been monitoring the market for decades, and the firm offers a wide selection of investor research products. Our Motley Fool review series takes a close […]

Casey Report Review: Is It Worth The Money?

Posted on December 2nd, 2019 by John Parker

Doug Casey is sounding the alarm on socialism and, if he’s right, we should all be worried about our financial futures. In our Casey Research review, we’ll provide detailed coverage of the report, including whether his warnings are warranted. The Casey Research is backed by Doug Casey, a long-time Wall Street insider who is predicting […]

The Near Future Report Review: Is it worth the money?

Posted on November 21st, 2019 by John Parker

Jeff Brow’s Near Future Report newsletter promises to lead its readers to the hottest new tech trends, but does it deliver? Our Near Future Report review puts this research service to the test. What Is the Near Future Report? Tech trends move at the speed of light, so folks need to buy early if they […]

Volkswagen Finance picks up 25% stake in Kuwy Technology

Posted on September 21st, 2019 by John Parker

On Wednesday, Volkswagen Finance mentioned that it has acquired around 25% stake in Kuwy Technology Service based in Chennai which is a digital platform for instant lending. As the part of this deal, this company, which is known to support the Volkswagen Group’s existing customers in the country by facilitating insurance and financing solutions, will […]

Stocks could drop 20% after an October disappointment

Posted on September 20th, 2019 by John Parker

On Wednesday, Joseph Zidle, the Chief Investment Strategist for Blackstone explained to CNBC during an interview that the company stocks could actually be headed towards a beat down. He also estimated that the Fed cut down the rates on Wednesday by quarter points. It is also estimated that another cut down with come from the […]

US FDA to Hold Meeting on Blockchain and AI in Food Traceability

Posted on September 19th, 2019 by John Parker

The U.S. FDA (Food and Drug Administration) is now all set to hold a much needed public meeting for discussion of its new initiative termed “A New Era of Smarter Food Safety”. In the official announcement made on 17th September, the FDA mentioned that the consultation to be carried out with the international stakeholders that […]

Goldman Sachs reveals the stocks set to gain from surging oil prices

Posted on September 18th, 2019 by John Parker

There is a surge in oil prices amid the production disruptions prevailing across Saudi Arabia currently. This may affect an array of stocks in energy space, as per strategists at Goldman Sachs. According to a note Goldman issued to its clients, the companies having the largest 2019 Quarter 4 possible operating cash-flow uplift from the […]

Emerging market central banks most dovish since financial crisis

Posted on September 18th, 2019 by John Parker

EM central banks have now become extremely dovish since the worldwide financial crisis, as per an analysis. The pro-easing partiality is quite remarkable given that the banks, which includes those of India, Russia, Brazil, Turkey and South Africa have lowered rates already this year, indicating that scope for additional policy loosening likely should be shrinking. […]

Cryptocurrency Payments Processor BitPay Adds Support for Ether

Posted on September 18th, 2019 by John Parker

Key cryptocurrency payments processor BitPay now has added support for Ether, the second-biggest cryptocurrency by market cap. As per a media release on 16 September, firms which have subscribed to BitPay will be able to make payment in bitcoin ether, cash, bitcoin, as well as with a few stablecoins. Launched in the year 2011, BitPay […]

A Debt-Free Medical School for Financial Aid Students

Posted on September 17th, 2019 by John Parker

Cornell, on Monday, announced that Weill Cornell Medicine would offer debt-free medical schooling for financial aid students. Historically, over half of the students at Weill Corner have been covered by need-based study scholarships to defray the attendance cost at the institute, which is around $900,00 per year and taken loans for covering the remaining difference. […]

Start-up SoFi strikes deal to put its name on new LA stadium

Posted on September 16th, 2019 by John Parker

Finance start-up firm Social Finance Inc. is placing its name upon the NFL’s new, most expensive stadium ever constructed. On Sunday, the firm announced about it striking a 20-year contract to call NFL’s Los Angeles stadium ‘SoFi Stadium.’ The 3 million sq. ft football compound, which will house the Chargers and the Rams both, will […]

AT&T stock dives after CFO shares ‘tough decisions’ over blackouts

Posted on September 16th, 2019 by John Parker

The shareholders of AT&T have faced a rugged week. The stock of the company is taking a dive after John Stephens, AT&T CFO shared about the price increase effects as well loss of nearly 350,000 of its subscribers at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Media, Communications and Entertainment Conference. Prolonged blackouts of Nexstar and […]

SmileDirectClub shares plunge in public debut

Posted on September 15th, 2019 by John Parker

SmileDirectClub openedlower at around 14 percent on Thursday during its Nasdaq debut after pricing above its $19-$23 range on Wednesday. The stock value fell down by 16 percent to nearly $19 by afternoon trading. Kyle Wailes, the CEO of SmileDirectClub told Yahoo Finance that the firm is not getting affected by the debut response, considering […]

Hedge funds count losses from emerging markets sell-off

Posted on September 15th, 2019 by John Parker

Pharo Management and Discovery Capital Management are the two leading hedge funds which endured losses in the previous month’s tumble among emerging markets. Tensions related to US-China ongoing trade battle, global economy health and Argentina debt crisis triggered by shocking defeat of president Mauricio Macri in primary election have helped get a major sell-off among […]

Uber offers $750-mn junk bonds to help finance acquisition of Careem

Posted on September 15th, 2019 by John Parker

Uber Technologies Inc is selling its junk bonds in order to help finance its purchase of Careem in its 1st dept offering being a public firm. The company is seeking to issue the sum of $750mn junk bonds due in the year 2027, as per a statement released on Thursday. The proceeds will be utilized […]

Non-Custodial Exchange KyberSwap Launches Fiat-to-Crypto Gateway

Posted on September 15th, 2019 by John Parker

Crypto exchange KyberSwap has become the first ever non-custodial exchange to introduce its own fiat-to-crypto gateway in partnership with crypto exchange Coindirect. As per a blog post released on 13 September, the users of KyberSwap will now be able to purchase digital currencies by using fiat currencies directly. However, the exchange supports the trading of […]

Dow marks 8-day win streak as US-China trade tensions ease

Posted on September 14th, 2019 by John Parker

The Dow rose to its 8th day of consecutive win streak upon reports that China would exclude the US pork and soybeans from its coming tariffs round. The Dow finished at 34 points or 0.1 percent higher, earning its biggest gains since last May. The index got closed at only 0.8 percent less than Dow’s […]

InnfiRAT malware lurks in your machine to steal wallet data

Posted on September 14th, 2019 by John Parker

The researchers have discovered a new trojan which expertises in stealing cryptocurrency-associated data. The malware, referred to as InnfiRAT, includes several standard trojan capabilities; however, will particularly lurk on the infected machines to steal credentials of cryptocurrency wallet. As per a blog post by zScaler cyber-security company on Thursday, InnfiRAT, mentioned as .NET, most probably […]

Cryptocurrency Has ‘Long-Term Potential,’ Says Apple Exec

Posted on September 14th, 2019 by John Parker

Apple is keeping an eye on cryptocurrency, as per an executive working with the America tech giant. While talking with CNN, Jennifer Bailey, vice president of Apple Pay said that the company thinks cryptocurrency is interesting and has a long-term potential. Bailey didn’t explain about the potential uses of cryptocurrency that Apple may pursue. She […]

Joe Biden demands financial transparency while concealing own wealth

Posted on September 13th, 2019 by John Parker

Ex-Vice President Joe Biden is anticipating that he intends to launch an attack on his rivals at the presidential debate stage over absence of transparency in their finances. According to Bloomberg, Biden most likely will attack Senator Elizabeth Warren particularly for not disclosing details of personal income during the 90s as well as 2000s from […]

US E-Cigarette Ban Stokes Fears Trump Could Target Bitcoin

Posted on September 13th, 2019 by John Parker

BTC (Bitcoin) proponents are yet again pondering the potential of the US imposing a ban on cryptocurrency as the law regulators move to ban flavoured vaping. The White as well s FD both confirmed the sudden restrictions on 12 September, which means that flavoured e-cigarettes will soon disappear from the country’s market in the coming […]

AFCA warns of ‘unregulated’ parts of financial services sector

Posted on September 13th, 2019 by John Parker

Several small businesses which have faced losses due to Viewble Media have alleged that the television scam may be refused compensation based on the finance firm they were chasing. According to Geoff Browne at the AFCA (Australian Financial Complaints Authority) warned that the case revealed there was some of regulatory gap across financial services. This […]

WeWork stock market debut in doubt

Posted on September 12th, 2019 by John Parker

The most renowned and hotly anticipated event for the financial sector –WeWork is very much in doubt about the debut of its stock market. An investment firm from Japan –SoftBank is a 30% shareholder of WeWork. The firm has recently urged for the hotly financial event to drop off its flotation plan. The signs that […]

NASDAQ adds a new index for decentralized finance ‘DeFix’

Posted on September 11th, 2019 by John Parker

On Monday, an announcement was made by the stock exchange operator –NASDAQ, which has now introduced yet another index that is related to cryptocurrency more likely for DeFi (Decentralized Finance). The stock exchange operator has now joined hands with the brokerage –EXANTE, which is based in London. The ultimate motive behind this partnership is to […]

6 Secrets to Finding the Best Day Trading Stocks

Posted on August 30th, 2019 by John Parker

Day Trading Stocks: Top 5 Tips Day trading can be intimidating for many investors, but finding quality day trading stocks isn’t quite as stressful. If you know what to look for, you can find great day trading opportunities every day. Day traders only hold stocks for a few hours, so the attributes of quality day […]

Markets Rebound as Tariff Turmoil Continues

Posted on August 26th, 2019 by John Parker

Stocks Rebound from Last Week’s Sell-Off The stock market is up today after closing last week with big losses across the board. Stocks rallied after President Trump told reporters that the Chinese government called his office twice to request that negotiation between the two countries resume. The Chinese press denies that a call was made. […]

Canopy Growth Earnings Summary: Q2 FY 2019

Posted on August 15th, 2019 by John Parker

Canopy Growth Earnings Miss Shares of Canopy Growth (CGC) are selling off in the pre-market after the company reported a C$1.28 billion ($961.32M USD) quarterly loss on their FY Q2 earnings report, released this morning. Canopy Growth earnings reported a one-time charge of C$1.2 billion relating to the expiration of warrants held by Constellation Brands (STZ), who […]