The market has been plummeting, the president is attacking the chairman of the Federal Reserve, a trade war is ongoing, U.S. debt is ballooning – and more. So is it time to go defensive with your investment strategy? If so, how? And when will it be time to get aggressive again? In examining these questions, today’s article highlights several specific defensive stocks to consider and outlines how to build your own defensive investment strategy for the coming year. For more, CLICK HERE.
Current conditions at home and abroad could be setting up for a bear market. Or the bull market could continue its run for quite some time before falling. For investors who are torn between wanting to protect against the risk of loss and not wanting to miss out on further gains, the author of today’s article recommends investing in defensive stocks. The author screened for inexpensive (under $10) dividend-paying stocks in defensive sectors (utilities and consumer staples) and that screen yielded six stocks. To find out what these stocks are, CLICK HERE.