Activist hedge fund ADW Capital has recently taken up a position in a micro-cap that it believes the market is significantly underpricing and which, thanks to its organic growth prospects and underrated CEO, the fund’s team believes “is in the early innings of creating monumental shareholder value.” For the micro-cap in question, which ADW believes could see a more than 30x increase in its price, CLICK HERE.
With oil trading at 2018 lows, but the potential for a rally next year due to numerous reasons, what are investors who are looking to stay in (or get in) the energy sector to do? The author of today’s article advises that “For safety sake, it makes sense to stick with the mega-cap integrated giants” – and he proceeds to highlight four to consider right now. For these four stocks, CLICK HERE.
When the stock market is viewed as a singular entity, rather than as a market made up of individual stocks, babies (quality stocks) can get thrown out with the bathwater (selling action) during periods of volatility – and this provides an opportunity for value investors. Today’s article highlights four such value prospects – stocks that the author notes had “fine earnings reports but sold off anyway. These companies are all trading at a significant discount to their long-term averages with forward-looking growth expectations in-line with historical performance, signaling an irrational gap in pricing.” For these four stocks, CLICK HERE.
“While the risk of dividend cuts is out there, there are ways to minimize the number of dividend cuts and also to reduce their impact on the overall dividend income,” advises the author of today’s article. He outlines several key metrics that strategic dividend growth investors may want to consider in that regard – and what he looks for in each metric based on his years of experience (and lessons learned from the sting of dividend cuts). 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 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.
When it comes to reliable income, the author of today’s article notes that “utilities have provided that for decades” – and he proceeds to highlight a group of ten utility closed-end funds (CEFs) that offer more generous payouts than the Utilities SPDR ETF. Moreover, all but one of these CEFs “have impressive long-term annualized returns of over 6%, with 4 delivering double-digit returns over the long haul”, and all but two are currently available at a discount to their net asset value. For these ten utility CEFs, CLICK HERE.
With emerging market stocks appearing to be more attractively valued compared to domestic stocks, what might be the top emerging market stock to buy right now? The author of today’s article declares that “For a value investor, the answer might be surprising” – and he proceeds to identify his pick (which based on one valuation is trading at less than half its intrinsic value) and the rationale for it. For more, CLICK HERE.
These are chaotic times – and the author of today’s article advocates “holding gold mining stocks in your portfolio as a hedge against global chaos.” But which gold mining stocks might be the best picks? After a quick primer on gold mining stocks and how to determine what qualifies as a top gold mining stock, the author highlights his top three gold mining stock picks right now – and what makes them so. For more, CLICK HERE.
Based on an analysis of the last two bear markets, today’s article outlines a simple strategy that “would have slashed your risks by as much as a third, and would have yielded you much greater long-term profits on the way back up” – and this “less risk, more money” strategy could potentially work again in the next bear market. For the key elements of this strategy, CLICK HERE.
When it comes to financing real estate investments, the author of today’s article likes the idea of finding and using OPM (Other People’s Money). While this may seem like a difficult undertaking, he states that “In reality, the hardest part of OPM is knowing how to find the right real estate investment to attract money, but even that isn’t difficult if you take the time to learn how to do it. Once you have the right property, getting OPM becomes quite easy—if you know where to look.” He proceeds to identify six sources of OPM you can tap for real estate investments. CLICK HERE.