A flat yield curve, stronger corporate profits, and continued growth in e-commerce sales are three trends that the author of today’s article believes will drive stock prices in 2019 – and he proceeds to highlight three real estate investment trusts that stand to benefit from these trends. For these three dividend payers – a commercial real estate mortgage REIT, a lodging REIT, and a logistics REIT – CLICK HERE.
When it comes to shorting stocks, the author of today’s article advises that penny promotions may be the best candidates, noting that “The problem with a momentum stock is that it might not come down as far as you like, and unless you caught the exact peak it might be hard to make a good profit. Promotions artificially inflate a stock to extreme levels so they are the best candidates for shorting.” How can you know when a reversal has set in – maybe even a bit before it becomes apparent to others? The author highlights one indicator to consider using to your advantage. For more, CLICK HERE.
If you’re a day trader that doesn’t trade options, you may be missing out on some key benefits they offer. In today’s article, the author outlines several specific benefits of – and some key tips for – day trading options. Among those benefits? “Options are a great way to diversify your portfolio without venturing too far outside of your day trading comfort zone.” For more, CLICK HERE.
In regards to the stock of this high-quality pharmaceutical distributor, the author of today’s article declares that it “is not just cheap – it’s incredibly cheap.” But what about concerns the market currently has about this stock – namely Amazon’s entrance into the drug distribution space and White House rhetoric on drug prices? The author lays out how, under even the worst-case scenario for this company, it’s a “heads we win, tails we get less, but we still win” scenario for investors. For more, CLICK HERE.
At the two year mark of the Trump presidency, and after the stock market surge of 2017 and the return of volatility in 2018 and into this year, what stocks have been the biggest winners? Today’s article highlights the sectors and specific stocks that have posted the most impressive gains during the Trump era – including the health care stock that has gained almost 280%, making it the best performing stock in the S&P 500. For more, CLICK HERE.
Flow Kana is a California-based company that is part of what today’s article notes is “a relatively new form of cannabis business [that] has emerged: a middleman that does not grow pot itself, but rather distributes it” – and leaked documents show that it is telling prospective investors that it expects to achieve profitability in 2020 and revenue in excess of $2 billion by 2022. For more on this powerful pot distributor, CLICK HERE.
What’s the best bet right now when seeking money in gold equities: Gold juniors? Seniors? Intermediates? Explorers? Developers? Royalty companies? Gold itself? What’s the bullish case for gold right now – and why might commodities present a strong buying opportunity? Today’s article delves into each of these questions – and presents a useful (and interactive) “Periodic Table of Commodity Returns”, updated with 2018’s returns. For more, CLICK HERE.
One of the first big Chinese initial public offerings this year is expected to be a Hong Kong-based online brokerage. What makes this IPO particularly interesting for investors, in addition to the company being backed by Chinese conglomerate Tencent, is the fact that the firm is profitable and poised for extraordinary growth from the rise of an affluent Chinese middle class. For more on this IPO to watch, CLICK HERE.
Investors have long looked to consumer staple and utility stocks for reliable income. Now telecom stocks can be added to the mix, with today’s article noting that, while “in decades past, telecom stocks may not have been considered in the same class as low-risk utility investments that provide reliable performance even in tough times…now, communication is vital to American businesses and families – and thus a nearly sure-thing investment for your portfolio.” For seven telecom stocks with attractive dividends to consider – including a “$200 billion telecom with big income potential that remains undiscovered by most U.S. investors” – CLICK HERE.
Today’s article calls it “platinum’s lesser-known cousin” and notes that it was once viewed as nothing more than “an unattractive byproduct of platinum mining”. We’re talking about palladium, which has been hitting new records and has even been more costly than gold recently (which has not happened since 2002) – and rather than seeing its fortunes reverse any time soon, palladium may continue to shine for quite some time. For more, CLICK HERE.