While the Dow recently hit a record high, today’s article notes that “eleven Dow stocks, or more than a third of its components, are still in a correction or worse – those include Cisco, 3M, Pfizer, Exxon Mobil, Boeing and UnitedHealth among others” – and a pair of traders are highlighting one of those stocks as “the best way to play catch-up” to the Dow’s rally. For this stock – as well as a different Dow “catch-up” play preferred by another trader – CLICK HERE.
Only a quarter of the stocks in the S&P 500 Index can currently be bought for less than $50 – and the author of today’s article notes that some of those stocks “offer outstanding value to bargain-minded investors on a budget.” When it comes to identifying the best stocks under $50 for 2019, he outlines several factors to consider (including three key traits those stocks would possess) – and then highlights three of his top picks in that regard. For more, CLICK HERE.
While the author of today’s article acknowledges the appeal of buying beaten-down stocks, he states that “savvy investors know that stocks on the rise tend to give better and more reliable returns” and that “Identifying breakouts from sound chart patterns is a great way to improve your timing in buying stocks and find the biggest stock winners.” After a brief overview of breakout stocks and how powerful they can be, the author provides some guidance for buying breakout stocks – including what may be the optimal buy range. For more, CLICK HERE.
Although we are just past the half-year mark for 2017, analysts at Morgan Stanley have already identified the stocks that they are most bullish on for the next year in their annual “vintage value” list. To find out which stocks Morgan Stanley’s analysts assess to be high conviction “one-year buy-and-hold investment opportunit[ies]” and what the firm’s price target is for them – as well as for the criteria used in compiling the list – CLICK HERE.