Indicators can be useful tools for traders in their quest to outperform the market. The problem with the more popular indicators, however, is just that: they’re popular – and the fact that they are well-known lessens any edge they might offer. Which is why the oft-overlooked indicator highlighted in today’s article might be worth a look. For more on this “best indicator you might not know about” – what it is, how to interpret it, and considerations when trading with it – CLICK HERE.
The current bull market recently became the longest ever – and currently sits near an all-time high. Against this backdrop, what investment approaches make sense now? Today’s article outlines a number of stock-buying strategies to consider now (such as buying the next generation of tech stock stars, buying stocks that aren’t owned by index funds, and buying “anti-bubble” stocks) and highlights some specific stocks to consider for each strategy. For more, CLICK HERE.
When it comes to investing in undervalued dividend growth stocks, the author of today’s article sees “four primary advantages…that facilitate strong long-term performance while simultaneously lowering risk.” After outlining these four advantages, the author proceeds to identify a dozen undervalued dividend growth stock candidates to consider. For more – including what the author underscores as “one critically important principle that must be understood and recognized” when it comes to undervalued dividend growth stocks – CLICK HERE.
There’s always a bull market somewhere – so where’s that somewhere right now (besides the U.S.)? The author of today’s article notes that “One way to spot the bull market that is tradable is with technical analysis, the use of charts and indicators.” He proceeds to outline one way to use technicals to identify a bull (or bear) market – and what this method indicates about the possible location of the current bull market. For more, CLICK HERE.
While most stocks currently receiving new Buy or Outperform analyst ratings have upside potential of 8% to 10%, the author of today’s article reminds the reader that “There is another type of Buy rating that is far more speculative, one in which the projected upside can be 50%, 100% or exponentially higher.” He proceeds to highlight five biotech stocks that currently fall into this category – with upside potential ranging from 100% to 400%. For these five biotechs – as well as a couple of runners-up with under-100% (but still high) upside potential – CLICK HERE.
The author of today’s article acknowledges that “gold investors might be discouraged by its performance this year” – and notes that, in the wake of Turkey’s recent lira meltdown, the safe haven of choice for investors was not gold. Is now the time for contrarians to get bullish on the yellow metal? The author identifies some signs that this may be the case – including a decision by the world’s largest fund company in regards to its precious metals and mining fund. For more, CLICK HERE.
While Warren Buffet’s favorite stock market indicator suggests that investors are in for some serious losses, “the market continues upwards with a short-sighted agenda and a complacent attitude,” argues the author of today’s article. More specifically, he argues that the health of the U.S. economy and stock prices are diverging – and that convergence will come in the form of stock prices falling. What does he outline as a good strategy to take advantage of the current complacency and risk taking in the market? CLICK HERE.
With 2018 proving to be a good year for oil – and the prospect of oil prices breaching the $80 mark by the end of the year – the author of today’s article highlights two closed-end funds to consider due to their exposure to the energy sector. Specifically, both of these funds are currently available at a significant discount to their net asset values and pay sizable dividends. For the two funds in question – and why what isn’t happening with oil right now makes it a good bet – CLICK HERE.
While many do not view miners favorably as investments, the author of today’s article notes that “there is a segment within the mining sector, particularly the gold sector that many investors miss…” That segment? Royalty and streaming. The author proceeds to highlight how the three largest royalty and streaming companies in mining – the “Three Gold Kings” – beat every S&P 500 company, the big investment banks, and the FAANGs – and how depressed gold prices are golden for these companies. CLICK HERE.
There’s a problem going on in the markets, warns the author of today’s article. That problem? “Investors are feeling too comfortable and expect the market to trend higher, even though the bottom’s slowly falling out from underneath.” What does he point to as posing the greatest risk today to global corporate earnings – and why does he believe that there’s currently an 80% chance of a global earnings recession by this time next year (a percentage that he expects to only increase from here)? CLICK HERE.