The stock market could be in for an especially volatile time this week and into July – and while the acceleration in new coronavirus cases would be a major factor driving that volatility, it would not be the only factor. As the author of today’s article explains, “there are a number of factors that also have the potential to exacerbate volatility in financial markets next week and into July” – and he outlines seven of them. For more, CLICK HERE.
“Against this backdrop, investors will need to crunch the numbers, to find the stocks that are best positioned for current conditions,” advises the author of today’s article – and based on the aggregation of eight separate factors commonly used to predict results, each of the three stocks highlighted in today’s article is a “Perfect 10”. For these three stocks that appear to be compelling plays in the current environment, CLICK HERE.
“Shares of smaller companies are often volatile, but for investors willing to ride out the tug-of-war between greed and fear, these companies have strong growth businesses that should pay off for their investors over time, and are good buys now,” advises the author of today’s article, pointing to the fact that small-cap stocks have not recovered as quickly as their large-cap counterparts. For three small-cap stocks that appear to have particularly strong growth prospects, CLICK HERE.
Heightened volatility across most asset classes over the last two months has led to a surge in trading volumes – and to exchange stocks (the companies that facilitate the trading of equities, derivatives and commodities) moving higher. Today’s article examines the recent trading activity of three leading exchanges – and identifies possible swing trading opportunities for each. For more, CLICK HERE.
“The final week of February swallowed up all of Wall Street’s year-to-date gains – and then some. Given this level of volatility, one could argue that every stock bears watching in March,” acknowledges the author of today’s article. That said, he proceeds to highlight four stocks deserving of particular attention this month – most, but not all, due to their pending financial results. For more, CLICK HERE.
“It’s important to not overreact to short-term market noise,” advises the author of today’s article. The problem, of course, is that overreacting to short-term market volatility is exactly what far too many investors do, and they end up exiting the market at the worst possible time. If you want to avoid “getting whipsawed by getting too bearish at the wrong time”, the author outlines a solution: employ a strategic risk range. For more, CLICK HERE.
As the trade war has dragged on and market volatility risen, investors have been moving money to hedge investments, particularly gold. The author of today’s article notes that it’s “all but certain that the price of gold will rise if trade war fears continue to increase” and that gold miner stocks have outperformed all other hedges over the last few months. For those considering gold miner stocks as a hedge, he highlights one gold miner whose shares have tripled since last Labor Day. For more, CLICK HERE.
Against the current backdrop of escalating geopolitical and trade tensions, concerns over slowing growth, dovish central bank policies and rising market volatility, the author of today’s article notes that “Investors are responding by seeking to boost portfolio resilience to withstand volatility.” With this in mind, he proceeds to identify several investing ideas for the weeks ahead, including a preferred sector among U.S. equities, a particular emerging market to focus on, and how to navigate interest rate cuts with fixed income. For more, CLICK HERE.
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.
Interested in trading penny stocks but concerned about the volatility associated with them (the same volatility that makes penny stocks potentially amazing opportunities)? The author of today’s article – a veteran of trading penny stocks – provides a comprehensive guide to pennystocking, spanning topics from how to trade penny stocks to key penny stock chart patterns to how to develop your own penny stock trading strategy. For more, CLICK HERE.