Ep 315 – Frankly Speaking: GE, Big Oil, Sell in May, Throwing Darts and The Pink Sheets

We start today with a question from Rob who knows some clarification on GE’s forward earnings. I’ll let you know why I am a huge fan of GE.

Then Josh asks if he should, “Sell in May and Go Away.”

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Andrew wants some info on gas prices, it seems like they’re not in synch with the cost of a barrel of oil.

And Tom sent me a great email asking about the efficient market theory. In other words, can my track record beat that of a monkey throwing darts?

Last question today is from Jessie who wants to know more about Pink Sheet stocks and First Majestic Silver.

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