Value investing – the death of which has been called by many – may just have some life left in it after all, especially if the Fed proceeds to cut interest rates. As today’s article outlines, Goldman Sachs’ chief U.S. equity strategist believes “the stage is set for value stocks to come back in favor” – and, the bank “has screened for value stocks with ‘a quality overlay,’ which could carry three times the return of the typical S&P 500 firm with similar volatility.” For these stocks, CLICK HERE.
A top residential and commercial security company and a green energy play are among the five low-priced (trading under $10) stocks with solid upside potential highlighted in today’s article. Specifically, the author sees these stocks as being particularly appealing plays for more aggressive traders “look[ing] at lower-priced stocks as a way to not only make some good money but to get a higher share count.” For these five stocks, CLICK HERE.
Billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones has identified his favorite trade in the next 12 to 24 months, declaring it “has everything going for it” (and he’s not the only big-name investor who’s bullish on this trade). For the trade in question and why Tudor Jones declares “It will be the antidote for people with equity portfolios” – as well as some thoughts on the yield curve inversion and timing of a recession, and the development that could have a much more significant and long-term impact on oil and oil stocks than the recent attacks on two oil tankers near the Strait of Hormuz– CLICK HERE.
It has preceded every recession of the past 50 years, it has been rearing its head again of late – and, as today’s article explains, “it says a lot about what you should be doing with your money right now.” The indicator in question is the yield curve inversion – a.k.a. the Diamond Cross – and it was recently the most severe it’s been since prior to the Great Recession. However, while a recession may be coming, the Diamond Cross may actually be a positive indicator for stocks in the short term. How much longer does the Diamond Cross suggest stocks can be expected to climb – and what stocks may be smart buys? CLICK HERE.
The author of today’s article seeks out quality dividend paying ETFs – and in today’s article he highlights one such fund: “an ETF that invests in higher-quality stocks than its benchmark. This ETF also finds companies with safer dividend yields.” For the ETF in question and how it goes beyond just looking at dividend yield or dividend growth rates to find quality, undervalued companies with sustainable yields, CLICK HERE.
Low-priced stocks offer investors – especially more aggressive traders – the opportunity to not only make a decent profit in the event of even relatively small price moves, but also to buy more shares than they would be able to of large-cap stocks. Today’s article highlights five stocks trading under $10 that the authors believe “While more suited for aggressive accounts… could prove exciting additions to portfolios looking for solid alpha potential.” For these five stocks – including a micro-cap with the potential to double – CLICK HERE.
In a year that, at one point, was expected to see multiple interest rate increases, any rate increases for 2019 now appear to be off the table – and the possibility of an interest rate cut is on the table. The author of today’s article notes that “With lower interest rates, that means dividend-paying stocks are more valuable. But investors shouldn’t chase after any stock with a generous yield” – and he proceeds to highlight three safe, blue-chip dividend stocks that are also likely to increase their dividends in the coming weeks. For more, CLICK HERE.
Since it went public just over a month ago, plant-based meat substitute producer Beyond Meat has seen its stock soar more than 600% – and short sellers of the stock have seen their bets backfire bigtime. However, the stock just saw a downgrade by analysts at J.P. Morgan who believe that ‘the company’s revenue and profit potential are fully priced into shares” – and tumbled as a result. Are all the ingredients in place for a Beyond Meat bubble – or could the fake meat producer’s rally have real legs? For more, CLICK HERE.
In developing his perfect marijuana portfolio – or “pot-folio” – the author of today’s article is focused on diversification. As such, the final product contains one cannabis grower, one “seed to sale” stock offering exposure to the burgeoning marijuana industry in the U.S., one stock focused on the main non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis (CBD) and its potential health benefits, one stock that is a “solid ancillary player” in the marijuana industry but does not touch the plant itself, and one stock that provides “something niche, and a bit of a wild card”. For more, CLICK HERE.
What stocks have top stock pickers (or the “Ultimate Stock-Pickers”) been holding, buying and selling with conviction in recent months? Today’s article delves into this question and identifies the top 10 high-conviction holdings, top 10 conviction purchases and top 10 conviction sales of the “Ultimate Stock-Pickers”. For more – including an in-depth examination of some of the names on the lists – CLICK HERE.