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.
Wide economic moats, forward dividend yields in excess of 5%, and trading below their fair value estimates: these are the three features that make the nine stocks identified in today’s article “triple threats”. For these nine stocks – and an in-depth look at three of them (a leading producer of minerals, an energy transportation company, and a multinational manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer foods) – CLICK HERE.
Low-priced stocks offer investors – especially more aggressive traders – the opportunity to not only make a decent profit in the event of even relatively small price moves, but also to buy more shares than they would be able to of large-cap stocks. Today’s article highlights five stocks trading under $10 that the authors believe “While more suited for aggressive accounts… could prove exciting additions to portfolios looking for solid alpha potential.” For these five stocks, CLICK HERE.
After being “locked away with the key thrown away”, as the author of today’s article puts it, the trader’s best friend is back – and she “is celebrating her new found freedom.” That friend’s name? Volatility. For more on what volatility’s lengthy imprisonment (by interventionist central banks) has meant for both traders and investors until recently – and what her return means for both traders and investors going forward – CLICK HERE.
While there are numerous reasons that corporate insiders might sell their own shares, today’s article points out that “When they buy shares of their own stock in the open market, there is generally one reason they do so — they think their shares are undervalued by the market.” The last couple of weeks have seen several large insider purchases (ranging from $1 million to over $30 million) that could serve as important signals for investors. For the details on these recent insider purchases, CLICK HERE.
While the author of today’s article does not necessarily advocate trading in and out of stocks on a monthly basis, he acknowledges that “there are always attractive deals out there” – and he proceeds to highlight five stocks that may be among the best to buy for September. For these five stocks – which include a discount airline whose stock is also currently available at a discount, a company that only went public this year (and has done nicely since), and a master limited partnership with a very attractive dividend – CLICK HERE.
Consider them “the second round of FANG stocks”: Baidu, Twitter, Tesla and Ali Baba. In today’s article, the author highlights what the price cycles of these four companies indicate about how to trade them during the remainder of August and into September. What do the charts have to say about what to buy, what to sell – and when? CLICK HERE to find out.
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.
In regards to the pattern day trader rule (which seemingly limits the trading activities of smaller traders), the author of today’s article states “It’s far more complicated than most people think — and it’s advantageous for pennystockers and other day traders who don’t trade on margin.” What is the pattern day trader rule, why is it widely misunderstood by traders – and how can it actually be helpful to them rather than a hindrance? CLICK HERE.
The best stocks to buy for July are likely not the same stocks that would have been suggested a few months ago before trade tensions escalated to the point they are at now. As today’s article notes, “The risk of escalating trade tiffs…calls for caution, and a heavier-than-usual emphasis on tried and true companies with recession-resistant businesses.” The author proceeds to highlight five such stocks that may be among the best picks for July, including one that is “literally a bread maker”. CLICK HERE.