Each of the four bank stocks highlighted in today’s article is growing earnings, pays a decent dividend (up to 6.39%), has a price/earnings ratio significantly lower than that of the broader market, and is currently trading below book value. For these four bank stocks with a combination of features that make them attractive right now, CLICK HERE.
What should investors look for when it comes to finding winning trades among volatile marijuana stocks? The author of today’s article recommends looking for “companies with big potential growth opportunities whose shares are also oversold on a technical basis” – and outlines two things that investors need to know about pot companies in order to know when to buy and sell. For more, CLICK HERE.
At the recent Sohn San Francisco Investment Conference, a number of up-and-coming hedge fund stars revealed their best stock ideas right now. For some of these star stock picks of “rising star” hedge fund managers – including a “super unconventional biotech” focused on anti-viral smallpox treatment with more than 30% upside potential in 12 months, CLICK HERE.
If you believe that the end of the bull market is still a little ways off, are you better off hanging on to your stock positions and trying to milk as much profit from the bull as possible or starting to reduce your stock exposure now? The author of today’s article provides his answer to this question based on an analysis of the bull market returns of several hundred investment newsletter model portfolios since 1990. For more – including which stocks speculators may want to look at in the latter stages of a bull market – CLICK HERE.
Both conventional and renewable energy companies are represented among the three “strong buy” energy stocks highlighted in today’s article for their combination of positive analyst endorsements and high upside potential. For these three energy stocks – each of which “represents a different segment of the energy sector and…shows how an energy company can leverage the unique features of a particular niche to boost the stock and benefit shareholders” – CLICK HERE.
While it may seem complicated to the uninitiated, the author of today’s article declares that “Dividend growth investing is one of the most straightforward and powerful ways to build long-term wealth” – and he proceeds to outline a “blueprint for successful dividend investing” comprised of four key principles. For this blueprint – including what he identifies as “One of the most common mistakes that dividend growth investors make” – CLICK HERE.
With 11.2 gigawatts’ worth of projects announced in the first six months of 2019 alone, the biggest driver of growth for the solar industry over the next few years won’t be rooftop solar but rather utility-scale solar projects – and with tens of billions of dollars at stake, the author of today’s article notes that “developers and solar manufacturers have a lot riding on who is winning projects.” So which companies are likely to emerge as winners in the solar market? CLICK HERE.
They offer large-cap-like quality combined with small-cap-like growth – and yet these strong performers are underrepresented in investors’ portfolios. We’re talking about mid-cap stocks, which one mid-cap fund manager cited in today’s article sees as offering “the best of both worlds”. Why might now be an especially good time to consider mid-caps – and what are some specific mid-cap stocks (including the largest player in the companion animal diagnostic testing space) and funds worth considering? CLICK HERE.
Shares of Exact Sciences – the company behind the at-home colon-cancer test Cologuard – got a boost recently when the FDA approved (earlier than expected) the use of Cologuard among average-risk individuals aged 45 and older. As the test had previously only been approved for people aged 50 and older, this development significantly increases the potential market for the test – and analysts are updating (and upgrading) their prospects for the company as a result. For more, CLICK HERE.
The author of today’s article conducts an annual short-selling contest in which participants pick a stock they expect to decline in the ensuing 12 months. The individual whose chosen stock drops the most wins the contest. The winner of the contest that ran from last October to this September picked a landline phone company that fell 95% over that time period – and he (as well as the individual who placed second in the contest) have identified the stocks they believe are good bets to drop – and thus good stocks to sell short – for the coming year. For more, CLICK HERE.