The author of today’s article has compiled 16 “Perfect 10 Portfolios” (consisting of stocks that have a price/earnings ratio of 10) since 2000 – and the majority of them, including last year’s, have beaten the S&P 500. For the ten stocks that make up his Perfect 10 Portfolio for the coming year – including a company that could benefit from the Trump Administration’s tariffs on imported steel and aluminum and a company that “Almost no one on Wall Street follows…leaving some room for it to be ‘discovered’” – CLICK HERE.
How much market downside are you willing to accept before being willing to miss out on potential upside? More specifically, the author of today’s article poses the following question: “How much would the market have to decline at its worst point in the next year for you to forgo investing in stocks (S&P 500) to invest in bonds (5-Year U.S. Treasuries)?” He proceeds to identify at what point an “Avoid Drawdowns” strategy begins to outperform “Buy & Hold” – and what drawdown threshold may provide the absolute best performance. For more, CLICK HERE.
There are currently only three centi-billionaires (individuals worth $100 billion or more) on earth – Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, and a much lesser-known man whose fortune just recently hit $100.4 billion. And, as today’s article observes, while Bezos and Gates made their fortunes “the regular way” (by “develop[ing] game-changing products that hundreds of millions of people use every day”), the world’s third-richest man “got rich in a whole different way” – and his path to the centi-billionaire club holds a lesson for disruption investors. For more, CLICK HERE.
If a bull market in gold has just begun in earnest, as the author of today’s article believes to be the case, his advice is to buy silver, not gold, noting that “Silver is extremely undervalued relative to Gold and if history is anything to go by, Silver will soon begin to outperform Gold and ultimately pass it by in terms of gains.” For more – including what the author identifies as “a high beta play” on this “buy silver, not gold” strategy – CLICK HERE.
Buffett could see this new asset run 2,524% in 2019. And he’s not the only one… – Shark Tank Personality Mark Cuban says “it’s the most exciting thing I’ve ever seen.” – Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg threw down $19 billion to get a piece… – Microsoft Founder Bill Gates wagered $26 billion trying to control it… What is it? It’s not gold, crypto or any mainstream investment. But these mega-billionaires have bet the farm it’s about to become the most valuable asset on Earth. And if you act fast, you could earn as much as 2,524% before the year is up. Click here for immediate details.
When it comes to earning income in the late stages of a credit cycle without taking on excessive risk, the authors of today’s article acknowledge that it’s no easy feat. As such, they proceed to highlight one income strategy that can be helpful during the later stages of a cycle: a credit barbell strategy. This strategy, they note, “has produced superior returns in such circumstances. In others, it has delivered downside protection.” For what exactly a credit barbell strategy entails, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article highlights a slew of potentially undervalued stocks, identifying a handful of picks from each and every sector from Basic Materials (with opportunities in uranium, lithium and lumber) to Consumer Defensive (with opportunity in tobacco and more) to Energy (with opportunity in oilfield-services stocks) to Utilities. For these 32 stocks across sectors that are among analysts’ best ideas right now, CLICK HERE.
“Whether you like Trump or don’t like Trump, how about putting your feelings aside and focus on making money off Trump,” suggests the author of today’s article, who declares the president “the biggest driver of financial markets in the world. Hands down.” And the great thing about a strategy based on Trump trades, according to the author? The president’s moves are easy to predict and he has made his position on just about every financial asset in the world very clear. For more on how to “front-run” Trump – including where he may turn his attention after the Fed – CLICK HERE.
Which S&P 500 stocks were the best performers (and which were the worst performers) in the first half of 2019? What were the best performers (and what were the worst performers) among components of the Nasdaq-100 Index in the first six months of the year? And how did the components of the Dow Jones Industrial Average perform? Today’s article lays out this information for what the author notes could be called “the year of the mood swing for the U.S. stock market.” For more, CLICK HERE.