About Steve Reitmeister

Steve Reitmeister is the CEO of the Stock News Network bringing 40 years of experience to help individual investors find outperformance. For the better part of the past two decades he was the Editor-in-Chief of Zacks.com where millions of investors enjoyed his timely market insights. His commentary has also been featured on other leading investment websites including Yahoo Finance, SeekingAlpha, CNNMoney and MarketWatch. Steve has an MBA from DePaul University and B.A. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin (Go Badgers!).

Steve is also the Editor of the Reitmeister Total Return portfolio service. This is where he puts those 40 years of experience to work for you in selecting the best trades for the current market environment. See the Reitmeister Total Return portfolio.

Recent Articles By Steve Reitmeister

: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

What’s Happening With the S&P 500?

The S&P 500 (SPY) is up over 100% in the past thirteen months, which starts to warp one's expectations for the stock price action. Meaning that the seemingly nasty sell off this week is NOT really that nasty in the grand scheme of things. Even in the most bullish of years the market will go down on 40% of the days. And sometimes those negative days get stacked together to make 3-5% pullbacks or even 10%+ corrections. But that doesn't change the fact that it’s still very much a bull market. Read on below to find out why…
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Could Stocks Break 4,200 Soon?

The S&P 500 (SPY) are flirting with 4,200 once again. Gladly it is no longer just large caps and usual tech suspects leading the way. Indeed the rally is broadening out to smaller stocks and growthier stocks. Read on below to find out why…
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Is the Bull Market Over???

The past year for the S&P 500 (SPY) has been as bullish as they come. And yet seemingly out of nowhere investors have become very defensive of late. Why is this? And what does it mean for the future health of this bull market? Read on below for the answers…
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Bull Run or Bull S#*t?

The S&P 500 (SPY) has impressively broken out above 4,000. However, it seems that ONLY large caps are moving higher while smaller stocks are actually in the red. Why is this? And what does it mean for the future health of this bull market? Read on below for the answers…
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Top 10 Growth Stocks

Let me prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that we are in the midst of a stock market bubble. Even better, let me explain why stocks (SPY) will rise for another 12-24 months so you can ride it higher and then parachute out at the peak. And just for good measure I will share my top 10 stocks for today’s market. Read on below for more...
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Break Out! Bulls Ready to Run Higher

The S&P 500 (SPY) was compressed under 4,000 from mid-February til early April when the stars aligned for a break out to new highs. Very strong economic news was the catalyst for this move. Get the rest of the story plus details on my top 11 stocks and 3 ETFs for today’s market. Read on for more.
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Why is the Bull Market Out of Breath?

Stocks do not go straight up. Instead we see lengthy bull runs followed by extended pullbacks and consolidation periods. That certainly seems to be the story for the S&P 500 (SPY) since mid-February as we struggle to get above 4,000. Why is this happening? And what is the game plan for what comes next? We cover that and more in this week’s commentary. Read on…
: THO |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Thor Rides Hot RV Trend to Become Stock of the Week

Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen many of the winners of 2020 experience meaningful corrections. Yet, this is creating a buying opportunity for high-quality stocks like Thor Industries (THO). The RV market saw a surge in sales due to the pandemic, but the popularity of RVs is not going to end even after the pandemic. So, investors should buy the dip. Read on for more…
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Why Are Stocks Struggling with 4,000?

The S&P 500 (SPY) has flirted with a series of moves up towards 4,000. Each time we fall short. And each time we either see a volatile pullback or nasty sector rotation. The latter seems to be more of what is happening at this time. So let’s dissect the action to plot our trading plan forward including insight on the top 10 stocks and 3 ETFs for today’s market environment. Read on…
: GM |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Why is GM the Stock of the Week?

GM is significantly cheaper than the market, yet growing faster. This opportunity is not going to linger long especially once investors start understanding that it’s going to be a major player in EVs and autonomous driving. Maybe it will never have a 150+ PE like Tesla. However, even a 20 multiple would have the stock doubling in the year ahead. Read on for more details as to why GM is our Stock of the Week...
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