3 Healthcare Stocks That Could Go From Oversold To Outperforming

“One sector that looks terrible right now, but could likely beat the market going forward, is the healthcare space. A perfect storm is weighing on prices, but the sector is doing fine—and is even shaping up to beat the market going forward,” states the author of today’s article, who proceeds to highlight three picks from the oversold space that could be poised to outperform going forward, despite currently being weighed down by, among other things, lawsuits and patent issues. For these three stocks, CLICK HERE.

A “Special Kind Of Stock” Worth Chasing After

“’Don’t chase stocks’ is sound advice 95% of the time. But there’s a special kind of stock you absolutely should chase,” declares the author of today’s article, who further advises that “you’re better off buying these special stocks after a 20% or 30% pop than buying after a big selloff.” What are these special stocks – a particular group of IPOs– where chasing them can lead to big, quick profits? CLICK HERE for more.

Star Stock Picks Of Rising Hedge Fund Stars

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.

“Solid Alpha Potential”: 5 Stocks Under $10 For Aggressive Traders

An “off-the-radar” financial intermediary with a massive 10.21% dividend, a potential acquisition target in the gaming industry and an oil services play that’s a top pick across Wall Street are among the five low-priced (trading under $10) stocks with solid upside potential on the Raymond James Analysts Favorite Picks stock list highlighted in today’s article. Specifically, these stocks may be particularly appealing to 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.

Why – And When – To Buy Verizon

When it comes to why to buy Verizon stock, the author of today’s article points to, among other things, the company’s “stable of innovative products and services” (including its new smart dash-cam that aims to help truck drivers stay safe on highways), the stock’s generous 4% dividend yield, and the fact that it is fundamentally cheap. And when it comes to when to buy Verizon stock, the author outlines his trading strategy. For more, CLICK HERE.

In The Latter Stages Of A Bull Market, Hang On Or Start To Let Go?

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.

Outperforming With “All-Weather Businesses”

The stringent stock selection process employed by the managers of the Jensen Quality Growth Fund has resulted in that fund consistently beating the S&P 500 Index. The stock selection process in question seeks to identify “all-weather businesses” that can hold up in hard times, and today’s article highlights the fund’s 29 current stock holdings – including its two most recent purchases. For more, CLICK HERE.

Building A Successful Dividend Investing Strategy

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.

Why Real Estate Is Better Than Stocks (And Why Stocks Are Better Than Real Estate)

While he acknowledges that “Both have proven worthy of building great wealth over time” and that, at least during a bull market, “The choice between investing in real estate or stocks is like choosing between eating a chocolate cake or a hot fudge sundae”, the author of today’s article has an expressed preference for real estate over stocks. He proceeds to outline the many ways in which real estate is better than stocks, the many ways in which stocks are better than real estate, and which investment is better suited for who. For more, CLICK HERE.