Wall Street Strategies
  remember me
Sign Up | Lost Password
Question of the Week


The economic theory that trade generates wealth and is stimulated by the accumulation of profitable balances, which a government should encourage by means of protectionism.

Is it time for America to play hardball and possibly even scrap its trade deals?

Click here to post your answer and let Charles know what you think.

Catch Charles on Wednesday morning with Bill Handle at 8:20am Pacific. Charles invites his KFI listeners to take a free trial! Click here to sign up!

 June 15 - Click here to listen to the show!

Wall Street Strategies, Inc. is an independent stock market research company.

Our daily goal is to help our subscribers make money in the stock market. Our unbiased approach is coupled with personalized service that guides investors throughout the entire life cycle of each trade. Learn more

Portfolio Review
Get our opinion on any stock in your portfolio. Find out why Charles Payne is the most popular independent analyst on Wall Street.

We believe investors should take an approach to the stock market based first and foremost on understanding the stocks in their portfolios beyond the chart formation. The key to long term success isn't picking winning stocks but knowing which stock picks to hold onto during adverse conditions. Learn more.

Our approach to investment advice focuses on a balanced allocation of funds, industry exposure, and realistic expectations. 70% of your stock portfolio should be in core positions while 30% should try to generate cash actively. Learn more.

Charles Payne's Market Commentary
6/29/2016 - Yesterday, Donald Trump laid out a seven-point plan to create fair trade and to bring manufacturing jobs back to the United States. The speech was given in Pennsylvania, which is shaping up to be the most unpredictable of all the battleground states. At the heart of his speech is an aggressive plan to rewrite or abandon America’s role in the NAFTA.... MORE

Get FREE Stock Market Commentary! | Take a free trial
Recent commentary from Charles
6/29/2016 9:26:55 AM By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
Roaring GDP…Not!
6/28/2016 1:42:53 PM By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
An Unhappy (Western) World
6/28/2016 6:26:27 AM By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
Safety Valves Moving Lower
6/27/2016 1:39:06 PM By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
The Hangover
6/27/2016 9:14:09 AM By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst

Rule, Britannia! Brexit Update
Well, they did it!  The people of the United Kingdom decided it was in their own self-interest to embrace self-determination.  It’s a concept that seemed to befuddle most experts, but in the end, that’s the bottom line. Sure, we’ve heard a lot about the controlling of their borders, and that was Read more.

Wall Street Strategies' Latest Articles
Pennsylvania Manufacturing
6/29/2016 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
This is state beaming with pride for its historic role in providing the steel that helped build America.  But times have changed, and there are a number of reasons for this change.  There are estimate Read more.
We're all Archie Bunker
6/29/2016 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
Lamenting the good old days is something that has become a rite of passage for each generation.  It seems that everyone remembers a time when the country was tougher and a buck went much farther. Read more.
Economic Fallout
6/27/2016 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
Last Friday was a tough session, but the U.S. market was still one of the best performing in the world.  The Dow was the best performing large indices as money flowed into quality names.  In fact, the Read more.

Older Headlines

Observations of a concerned public

Joseph DeFazio writes:
Great commentary on Tv and on your website.

Voice your comments, ideas or frustrations!

Subscribe Now

Free Registration
Get Charles Payne's daily Market Commentary emails. Take a free 1 week trial subscription and get a portfolio review.
First Name:
Last Name:

Charles Payne's Common Sense Newsletter

Find Out How WStreet Can Help
Send us your contact information, tell us a little about yourself and we will contact you to set up a consultation.
Daytime Phone:
Your question or comment:
What day comes after Sunday?

Home | Products & Services | Education | In The Media | Help | About Us |
Disclaimer | Updated Privacy Policy | Terms of Use |
All Rights Reserved.