“This big lie keeps many investors down. Belief in it is a tall hurdle to building wealth,” declares the author of today’s article, who further states that “Like many lies, people tell this one for one of two reasons. Some genuinely don’t know any better. Others are happy to spread it because it’s convenient for them.” What is this big lie (which has to do with risk and reward) that prevents many investors from making big profits – and what are some specific big-profit stocks that help expose this lie for what it is? 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 a company beats earnings estimates, revenue estimates, AND raises forward guidance all in one earnings report…That’s what we call an earnings triple play,” explains the author of today’s article – who proceeds to outline a strategy to capitalize on triple plays without the risk associated with buying a company’s stock the day before their earnings report comes out. It all has to do with taking advantage of post-earnings announcement drift (PEAD). For how to deploy this strategy, 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.
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.
A number of market risks are creating unease among some of the world’s wealthiest investors – and as a result, today’s article notes, they are taking “precautions the average ‘buy and hold’ investor doesn’t hear about to preserve their wealth from sudden and massive market swings.” What are the five risks that are keeping very high-net worth investors on edge – and how are they going about hedging against those risks? CLICK HERE.