While some may disagree, today’s article has a conversation with Neil Azous who thinks it may be time to consider buying energy stocks. Here’s what they had to say, “Here’s what they had to say, “And according to one market strategist, a rally in energy stocks is already underway. “I believe a reversal’s already been made,” Neil Azous of Rareview Macro said Monday on CNBC’s “Power Lunch.” “There are enough indicators out there that suggest the time has come.”” To read more, CLICK HERE.
“The index SPX, -0.36% closed at 1,987.05, a 1.8% gain yesterday, butting up against the 2,000 level, which has been a psychological wall hard for investors to scale. Hence, the debate about whether this latest run higher means that markets have shut the door on the volatility that struck in later summer, and which has been haunting it ever since.” That’s a quote from today’s article that discusses the possibilities now that the market has gain a tiny amount of ground and whether it could mean avoiding the big, bad bear. To read more, CLICK HERE.
One would think that because America has experienced so many shootings over the past few years gun stocks would be suffering but today’s article discusses how they’re really doing and it may surprise you. Here’s what they had to say, “Popular gun companies Smith & Wesson(SWHC) and Sturm Ruger (RGR) are among the best stocks in America in 2015. It’s a reminder of just how profitable these businesses are. Smith & Wesson has skyrocketed over 80% this year. To put that in perspective, if the stock were in the S&P 500, it would be the second best performer this year, behind only Netflix (NFLX, Tech30).” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Want to learn how to pick stocks like Mad Money’s Jim Cramer? Today’s article explains how to do it, here’s what they had to say, “One of the easiest ways for Cramer to identify the stocks that should be on his radar is to look at the new-high list. These are stocks that hit a new high in trading for the day, especially on days when the market is in bad shape. If it is hitting a new high on a down day, then obviously it has something good going for it.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article highlights five stocks from five industry that may be performing well enough for you to get some value out of them. Here’s what they had to say, “For more than 12 years, I have been selecting stocks using quantitative investment models based on the approaches of Warren Buffett, Peter Lynch and other Wall Street greats. I also use these models in my index trackers, which assess the fundamentals and financials of all the stocks in dozens of industries and give each industry a growth and value rating. Currently, no fewer than five industries are earning scores above 95 (out of 100) on my value index. That’s quite a few pockets of value in a market that supposedly has little value to offer” To read more and to check out the stocks, CLICK HERE.
It’s difficult to go through life with regret. And it’s especially hard to miss a buying opportunity on a stock and miss out on all of the gains. Today’s article highlights stocks that are still doing well despite the stock market’s poor performance. Here’s what they had to say, ” Investors’ concern about the Fed’s lack of action on interest rates and an overall uncertainty in the economy contributed to the sell-off. The S&P 500 has been falling since its recent high of 1,995 on Sept. 16 — a 6 percent drop in just eight trading days. But there is some silver lining. If you had invested wisely (or, maybe invested luckily) you could be still be making money. Just 8 percent of stocks in the S&P 500 are positive since the short-term high on Sept. 16.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article explains how terrible this quarter has been, however, there still might be a light at the end of the tunnel. Here’s what they had to say, ” The past three months have been brutal. The Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq have each plunged about 9% so far in the third quarter and are in the red for the year. They are also all in a so-called correction — down more than 10% from a recent peak. This will be the worst quarter for stocks in four years — the last time the market had a correction. There is a lot to worry about.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article discusses how cash is outperforming both stocks and bonds. Here’s what they had to say, “Cash is on track this year to outperform both stocks and bonds, something that hasn’t happened since 1990, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. And it might all be down to the notion that central bank-fueled liquidity has peaked. Year-to-date annualized returns are negative 6% for global stocks and negative 2.9% for global government bonds, according to analysts led by Michael Hartnett in a Friday note. The dollar is up 6% and commodities are down 17%, while cash is flat.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
If Autumn has you worried, fear not. It may not have to be bad. Today’s article discusses nine stocks you may want to add because they are apparently “raking in the cash.” Here’s what they had to say, “…stocks soon are headed into the dreaded month of October which has been the period of some scary declines in the past. But fall isn’t a season that must be feared. The S&P 500 has actually risen 5.8% on average during the past five falls. And stocks have been positive in each of the past five falls — with one exception — the fall of 2012 when the S&P 500 dropped 2.1%.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article discusses eight stocks that defied the odds set against them by analysts a year ago. Here’s what they had to say, “Indeed, with stocks down over the past year, price targets have looked overly optimistic; more than 60 percent of S&P 500 stocks are trading below the median price target analysts had a year ago. Yet some choice names are on the other side of the equation, far outperforming what the average analyst anticipated. And within the S&P 500, eight nondeal stocks stand out.” How much were they off? And which stocks were they? To read more and find out, CLICK HERE.