Dan AmossDan Amoss

Dan Amoss, CFA, tracks aggressive accounting and other red flags that markets miss. He’s a student of the Austrian School of economics and Daily Reckoning fan since 2000. Agora Financial relies on Dan for macro market commentary as well as profitable plays like his 2008 call to readers to buy Lehman Bros. puts, which gained 462% as the stock fell from $45 to $12. And he called American Airlines’ bankruptcy long before the Chapter 11 filing, telling readers to short the stock, which tanked from $6 to just 26 cents.

Formerly, he was investment adviser to one of the top small-cap mutual funds in the country. He grew up on a semi-working small farm that his great-grandfather bought in 1907, learning thrift and the value of hard work through generations. 

This informs his drive to seek truth and expose frauds and promotions that suck in investors. He cut his teeth in finance interviewing management teams in “roadshows” and so knows the kind of BS they sell.

His bottom-up investing style focuses on management strategy, return on capital and the truth (and lies) buried in financial statements.

Dark Money Buy: Make 225% Gains While M&A Window Opens

As we settle into 2019, Wall Street is now unlocked a mergers and acquisition window of opportunity. For investors that follow the money, this window could mean big financial gains on Wall Street. Using our Dark Money Monitor, Nomi and Dan have uncovered a recommendation that could tap you into the M&A wave. Get their latest analysis on why this M&A window is flashing green.

Leading Indicator Flashes Yellow for Economy and Red for Stocks

With each economic cycle, the heavily indebted U.S. economy clearly has less tolerance for tight monetary policy, yield curve inversion and slowing money supply growth. We can expect more disappointing economic data in the months ahead. As Dan explains today, corporate profits are likely to get squeezed, which means that unless the Fed reverses its policy course in record time and switches to radical easing, most stocks are likely to fall.

The Rally In Gold:  Is It Real And Where Is It Going?

In this quarter's live intelligence briefing, Jim gives his insight on the current gold rally happening in the markets. With increasing headwinds in the stock market, gold prices have made gains as a result. But is it a sustained rally?  Jim discusses where gold prices could be headed in the coming months. Also, senior analyst Dan Amoss will join the call and gives his trade recommendations to take advantage of this favorable environment for gold.

New Prophesy Buy: Pocket 200% Gains on This Trade as Mexico’s Economy Falters

As Mexico welcomes a new president, there is trouble ahead for the Mexican economy. The combination of left-wing fiscal policies, drug wars and the excessive debt load of one of Mexico’s largest export revenue producers has brought increasing stress to the Mexican financial markets. Using our unique proprietary Prophesy indicator, Jim and Dan have identified the best way to profit as the declines in Mexico’s stock market and currency will accelerate in the months ahead.

Rising Corporate Debt Costs Will Crush Stocks

While stocks have spiked in the first part of the year, most investors are ignoring problems in the corporate loan market. Over the next year, Fed rate hikes will work their way into corporate loan re-pricings, and profit margins will be squeezed. Today, Dan discusses how massive corporate debt will crush stocks and the best way to produce great returns if corporate credit conditions keep tightening.