How To Know What Sean Thinks About A Stock,The Stock Market Or Economy

One thing I love about the investor community at www.seanhyman.com is that its becoming a large, searchable database

for investors.

Each day, investors ask me all sorts of questions about individual stocks, the level of the overall stock market, the economy, 401k's, crypto-currencies, etc. What's awesome about that is not only can they get their questions answered...but it also becomes a database of responses about these topics that others can search for.

So if they're wondering what I think about a former portfolio position or a popular stock that's out there, they can put in the name of the stock or its ticker symbol into the search field on the website. Any key words you want to search for can be put into the search box that pops up once you click on the magnifying glass (search symbol) below. See the green arrow which points to where this can be found on the webpage.

You see, usually, if you've got a question about something...others have that same question too. And many times, its already been asked. And its very quick way to get answers to those questions.

Also, the reason why I prefer you asking me questions here vs. on Facebook, Facebook Messenger or Twitter is because no one else really gets to learn from the response on those other sites. But on my site, you can exclusively find out what I think about a stock, ETF, the overall market, economy, etc.

If the answer to your question doesn't exist? Great! Then submit that question and I'll answer it for you and then it will further extend the database.

So every day, people are welcome to ask me questions and I'll be happy to answer them. But if you want the quickest response to your questions or things you're researching, then this can be a really quick way to get your answers.

For instance, you'll find when a certain stock, ETF, etc. is hitting new highs or new lows, there will be a greater influx of questions on that stock or ETF. Therefore, there will be plenty of answers from me about those assets for you to consider.

And the longer the site exists and the more you choose to participate on it by asking questions, making comments and sharing amongst each other on the site, it really builds up a lot of searchable content on the site.

Additionally, we never know what other sites may or may not allow me to say on their sites...but I can always control what appears on my own site. So there are many great reasons to use this as your top resource when looking at stocks, markets, the economy, etc.

Thanks for being a part of this site and adding value to it as you're posting your questions and interacting on the site. I sure do appreciate that. Without you, it wouldn't be nearly what it's already become. So I thank you for that!

God bless!

Hi Sean, thank you for being there. Since we expect the US dollar to decline, would it be wise to have our cash holdings in other currencies of even gold/silver?

In our present portfolio, we own a metal and a foreign currency. In previous portfolios, we also owned other metals and other foreign currencies.

So you're not domiciling your account in other currencies but rather we have our dollar-denominated accounts partially linked to these metals/currencies and benefit from their rise.


Were you meaning to put Qualcomm or QCOM in the search box? There’s lots of commentary on it.