Some of the best opportunities going forward may be among the worst-performing small-company stocks that have gone public over the last 11 years, advises the chief equity strategist at BTIG. In particular, he is “zeroing in on companies that have a history with private equity or venture capital backers who could look to take advantage by acquiring the company. That would turn around some of that historic poor performance in a hurry.” For 25 struggling small-company stocks he sees as presenting real opportunities, CLICK HERE.
“No move is better than a bad move.” This caution regarding how investors respond to the market turmoil brought on by the coronavirus outbreak comes from Jeffrey Sherman, deputy chief investment officer at DoubleLine. In today’s article, Sherman offers up his thoughts on the biggest risks with respect to the virus, where investors should be careful in this environment, the best investment ideas right now, and more. CLICK HERE.
With an ongoing trade war, slowing global growth, historically high stock valuations, and perhaps the most consequential U.S. presidential election in modern times (the outcome of which could have seismic implications for many sectors), the authors of today’s article acknowledge that, “Going into 2020…uncertainty abounds.” Against this backdrop, where will the best opportunities be for investors to make money? They highlight 27 promising stocks (and two ETFs) across a variety of sectors – including a few “bold bets”. For more, CLICK HERE.
When it comes to finding investment opportunities, one approach is to use the options market and look for options with unusual activity. The author of today’s article notes that “Understanding how a company’s options usually move can prepare you to find moments where they’re making unusual moves. And by looking at options with unusual activity, you can get an idea of where larger investors in the options market are placing their bets.” 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.