James "Rev Shark" DePorre

James "Rev Shark" DePorre, a Real Money contributor, is the author of Invest Like a Shark: How a Deaf Guy With No Job and Limited Capital Made a Fortune Investing in the Stock Market. He is founder and CEO of Shark Asset Management, an investment management firm, and he also operates sharkinvesting.com, an interactive online community that serves and educates active investors.

Recent Articles By The Author

Alphabet Won't Be Enough

Alphabet Won't Be Enough

A modest pop from Alphabet's latest results probably won't be enough to get the market out of its funk.

The Mighty Apple Has Struck Out

The Mighty Apple Has Struck Out

We have no choice but to watch Apple if we are looking for a market turn.

Very Limited Opportunity in Poor Market Action

Very Limited Opportunity in Poor Market Action

There just aren't any good entry points at the moment.

Bad News Matters and It's Killing the Price Action

Bad News Matters and It's Killing the Price Action

It's better to accept the bad news rather than sit and hope that it changes.

3 Keys to Developing an Effective Stock-Picking Method

3 Keys to Developing an Effective Stock-Picking Method

It became clear to me that if I really wanted good results I needed a strategy other than hot tips and impulse decisions.

What This Market Needs to Do to Get Back on Track

What This Market Needs to Do to Get Back on Track

We cannot afford to revisit the lows seen in early April.

Twitter a Bright Spot as Apple, Semiconductors and Oil Struggle

Twitter a Bright Spot as Apple, Semiconductors and Oil Struggle

Here are the key levels to watch as this surprising stock gains traction.

Price Action Is Holding but 3 Negative Themes are Evolving

Price Action Is Holding but 3 Negative Themes are Evolving

The big picture is still bullish but there are plenty of good reasons to be concerned.

Bulls Caught Flat Footed

Bulls Caught Flat Footed

Slow demand at Taiwan Semi spreads gloom among tech stocks.

Increased Investor Complacency Set the Stage for the Poor Market Action Today

Increased Investor Complacency Set the Stage for the Poor Market Action Today

Is this is a major turning point or just another hiccup in a market that has had quite a few of them recently?