About Steve Reitmeister

Steve Reitmeister is the CEO of StockNews.com, 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

How Low Could Stocks Go?

The S&P 500 (SPY) is starting to test key support levels for the first time since November 2023 given continuing signs that Fed rate cuts are getting pushed further and further into the future. This begs the question of “how low could stocks go?” 44 year investment veteran Steve Reitmeister does his level best to answer that question including a trading plan and top picks to stay one step ahead of the market. Read on below for the full story...
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Inflation Not Fading Fast Enough for Stock Investors

Investors may have celebrated the end of high inflation too soon. The CPI report shows inflation bouncing higher and thus pushing back the start date for Fed rate cuts. This has the S&P 500 (SPY) coming off recent highs. This begs questions like how much more downside could we see? And when will the bull market get back on track? 44 year investment veteran Steve Reitmeister shares his answers to these questions in this timely commentary including a preview of his top picks to stay ahead of the pack. Read on below for more...
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Does the Stock Market Have Indigestion?

The easy gains have already rolled in for the S&P 500 (SPY) to new heights. However, signs point to stocks entering a stage of “digestion”. What does that mean? And what does it tell us about investing in stocks the rest of the year? Steve Reitmeister shares his time views in this new market commentary including a preview of this top stocks to outperform. Get the full story below...
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Stock Q1 Recap & Future Outlook

The first quarter of 2024 brought with it even more impressive gains helping to push the S&P 500 (SPY) to new heights. That is then...this is now. Meaning that there is good reason to believe the pace of gains will slow tremendously. Gladly 44 year investment veteran Steve Reitmeister shares his updated market outlook along with trading plan and top picks to outperform the rest of the year. Get the full story below...
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What Data Should Investors Focus on Now?

The S&P 500 (SPY) is up nearly 50% from the bear market lows. That is a sign the easy money has been made. The next likely catalyst for stocks will probably be the first Fed rate cut...but maybe that is really the final push before a long overdue sell off? Tune in to discover what investment veteran Steve Reitmeister has to say about the market outlook along with his trading plan and top picks to stay ahead of the pack. Read on below for more...
: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Investor Alert: “Buy the Rumor, Sell the News!”

Everyone knows that the Fed is going to cut rates at some point this year. That is the worst kept secret on the planet helping to explain how we keep making new highs for the for the S&P 500 (SPY). Unfortunately that creates an interesting predicament for stocks after rates are cut. Plus another hurdle in the 2024 Presidential election. Steve Reitmeister is here to share his insights on the market outlook along with a preview of his top 12 stocks to outperform. Read on for more...
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Updated 2024 Stock Market Outlook

The bull market continues to rage on with the S&P 500 (SPY) making new highs. That is the past...the question is what does the future hold? That is why 44 year investment veteran Steve Reitmeister provides this updated 2024 Stock Market Outlook to help you carve a path to outperformance the rest of the year. Read on below for the full story...
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Stock Trading Plan AFTER the Fed Announcement

Investors held their breath going into the 3/20 Fed announcement. Clearly they liked what they heard as the S&P 500 (SPY) bolted to new all time highs. With so much gains already in hand since the bull market began it begs the question of how much upside is truly left. Gladly Steve Reitmeister sees a path to outperformance even if the overall market starts to produce lackluster returns. Read on below for more...
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Why is 3/20 So Important for Investors?

We have enjoyed 18 months of a new bull market with nearly 50% gains in hand from market bottom for the S&P 500 (SPY). What happens next has a LOT to do with the Fed and their rate cutting plans. Well at 2pm on Wednesday March 20th the Fed will give us the next round of information to digest. Everyone will scour for clues of when they will finally start the rate cutting parade. 44 year investment veteran, Steve Reitmeister, weighs in with this thoughts along with a preview of his top 12 stocks to outperform. Read on for more...
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Should Investors BEWARE this Market?

The S&P 500 (SPY) has been on a tear since November 1st when the Fed started to make their dovish tilt opening the door to future rate cuts. Unfortunately they keep not happening and start date keeps getting pushed further and further out. That has many wondering if stocks are getting ahead of themselves setting things up for a fall. Thus a good time to tune into what investment veteran Steve Reitmeister has to say about the market outlook along with his trading plan and top picks to stay ahead of the pack. Read on below for more...
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