Jimmy Butts is the Chief Investment Strategist for Maximum Profit and Capital Wealth Letter, and a regular contributor to StreetAuthority Insider. Prior to joining StreetAuthority, Jimmy came from the financial services and banking industry where he worked as a Financial Advisor. There he specialized in providing customized retirement solutions for individuals. Jimmy graduated from Boise State University with a degree in business administration and finance. He also spent multiple years studying language, international business and finance in both Germany and Buenos Aires, Argentina. At one point he held his series 6, 63, 65 and 26 securities licenses. When he's not combing through financial statements or reading about finance, Jimmy enjoys being outdoors.

Analyst Articles

I've been fielding a lot of questions surrounding my profit target prices. So, before I dive into today's picks, I want to quickly cover the purpose -- and my reasoning -- behind them. First, understand that I'm constantly trying to figure out ways in which we can book profits quicker or nail the exact top -- or as close to it as possible... Read More

Shares of regional bank, Cadence (NYSE: CADE) is up more than 4% on the day reaching a high of $21.34 (as of this writing). That tops our 50% profit target price of $21.00 per share, and means we can pull some more profits off the table. After pulling profits at… Read More

Shares of television-streaming platform, Roku, Inc. (Nasdaq: ROKU) are trading for north of $413 per share this morning, just past our second profit target price of $413.01 per share. That means it’s time to pull one-third of our position off of the table, and leave our remaining “Runner” in place. Read More

Shares of Logitech (Nasdaq: LOGI) eclipsed our first profit target price of $105.82 today — a 25% premium over our entry price. That means it’s time to pull one-third profits off the table. We added the gaming peripherals company to our portfolio about two months ago, and since then it’s… Read More

I had been shoveling snow for nearly three hours, but it seemed like much less. I might not have noticed, but darkness swept through as if someone had suddenly turned off a light switch. Six inches of snow had fallen, and as I was mindlessly removing snow from pathways, patios, porches, and driveways, the time had slipped away from me... Read More

Shares of real estate agent platform, eXp World Holdings (Nasdaq: EXPI) have slid since reaching a new all-time high December 22, 2020. They closed out the year just below our trailing stop loss price of $65.28 per share, which means it’s time to book our profits and exit this trade. Read More