Today’s article features an interview with Barry James, President and Portfolio Manager of James Investment Research, as well as, President at James Advantage Funds. Here’s what he had to say about a stock he liked, “now, obviously, energy stocks haven’t been doing that great this year. But we’re thinking opportunities lie in support companies rather than those that are out there just drilling. We think that the pressure will probably be downward on oil prices. But this brings us to a company that we like and that we own. It’s American Railcar Industries ARII +1.64% (NASDAQ: ARII).” To read more of this interview, CLICK HERE.
We knew October wasn’t starting off too well for the stock market but today marks the halfway point for the month and things are looking particularly bad. Today’s article explains what exactly happened on Monday. “The S&P 500 closed at 1,875, down 1.7% for the day and putting the index below its 200 day average for the first time since 2012. The decline occurred mostly after 2 p.m., and marked a 1.8% drop from a daily high of 1,912. In the past three days, the S&P 500 has dropped 4.8%, from a high of 1,969, in the worst 3 day decline since 2011.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article explains why you may want to think again before investing in these stocks. Here’s what they had to say, “just keep in mind that not every stock on this list is a bad stock. While some face problems with earnings results and corporate performance, some just have an issue with perception, and ultimately could be long-term buying opportunities on any pullbacks. Timing is everything.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article discusses JPMorgan’s recent report on third quarter profits. Here’s what they said about it, “while JPMorgan Chase’s earnings came in slightly under expectations, the bank beat revenue expectations by reporting third-quarter revenue of $25.16 billion, as opposed to estimates of $24 billion. The bank managed to nudge its revenue up by 5.4% from the third quarter of 2013.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
The stocks aren’t doing too hot so far this month but that’s no reason to start worrying, at least that’s what today’s article wants you to believe. Today’s article discusses why you shouldn’t be worried about the stocks falling a little more and five actual concerns investors may have. “Many experts believe that the market is long overdue for what’s known as a correction. That’s a 10% pullback from a recent peak. The last correction took place in 2011. The market did get within a whisker of a correction in the spring of 2012. The S&P 500 fell 9.94% between April 2 and June 1 of that year.” To read more, CLICK HERE.