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.
Low-priced stocks offer smaller investors the chance to not only make a tidy profit (as these stocks can provide the largest short-term gains), but also to acquire a higher share count than they would be able to of large and mega-cap stocks. Today’s article highlights five (more) stocks trading under $10 that possess solid upside potential based on price targets from Goldman Sachs. For these five stocks – which may be especially appealing to more aggressive traders – CLICK HERE.
“Right now, after a nice bout of selling, you can identify a few stocks trading below their book value — which pay dividends and have earnings,” notes the author of today’s article – who proceeds to highlight three potential candidates. Specifically, these three stocks fit the criteria outlined by Benjamin Graham – widely viewed as the father of value investing – for uncovering value plays. For these three dividend-paying stocks currently trading at a discount to their book value – all coming from the same sector and all largely overlooked by Wall Street – CLICK HERE.
Against the backdrop of Facebook’s recent – and historic – rout, today’s article examines the price cycles of Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google – and what they indicate about how to trade the FANG stocks in August. What do the charts have to say about what to buy, what to sell – and when? Which FANG stock does the author point to as seemingly being the most attractive right now? CLICK HERE to find out.
The author of today’s article believes we are now in bear market territory – and when it comes to how the bear market will unfold, he is betting on a sharp crash. However, he also acknowledges the potential for another bear market scenario, one which “would produce a trader’s market with short- and medium-term positions the most likely to succeed. Rather than the whole market crashing in sync, separate entities would have their own versions out of sync with others opening up possibilities to buy individual stock dips or sectorial slumps.” For more, CLICK HERE.
President Trump has stated his belief that trade wars are good. However, based on their reaction to his announced plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum, the markets feel differently. Still, today’s article notes that, in the event of a trade war, some stocks are poised to benefit – specifically, stocks that “have little to do with international trade: they have low exports as a percentage of sales, and low international sourcing as a share of their cost of goods sold.” For the 20 companies that may be best positioned in this regard, CLICK HERE.
Despite the market’s overall lofty trading level, there are still some inexpensive bargains to be found – even in the tech sector. Today’s article highlights two tech stocks – one well-known tech name and one lesser-known semiconductor name – that the author believes investors may want to consider adding to their portfolios as “both are trading below the average valuations of many of their peers, making each a tempting bargain right now.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
As those affected by Hurricane Harvey or Irma begin to file insurance claims – and with some estimates of the insured losses from those storms being in the tens of billions of dollars – many traders might be tempted to take a “sell first, ask questions later” approach to property and casualty insurer stocks – and this could create a buying opportunity for others. In an effort to identify insurance stocks that might be worthy of further consideration, the author of today’s article screened for low-priced, cheap (based on earnings estimates) property and casualty insurer stocks that pay a dividend. For the six stocks that passed this screen, CLICK HERE.