“The most important decisions you will make as an investor come during a market crash situation,” declares the author of today’s article, who shares some insights on how he is managing his own money during the current crisis, which he describes as feeling like “some combination of WWII, 1987, 2008 and 1929 all wrapped up in one”. For more – including why he advises that personal finances are more important than portfolio management right now – CLICK HERE.
The five stocks featured in today’s article have been paying out dividends for at least 100 years – through wars, depressions, recessions, market crashes and more. Given this impressive feat, the author of today’s article acknowledges that “it’s a good bet that any company on this list has a safe dividend that will withstand the test of time.” However, he points out that this doesn’t necessarily mean that these companies are good investments anymore. Which of these five members of the “Century Club” may be past their prime – and which appear to still be good income investments today? CLICK HERE.
What do auto-parts retailers, animal health and gold have in common? Today’s article posits that these three sectors “have either already demonstrated an ability to grow revenue in a recession or possess qualities that can actually help them benefit from a recession.” What about these sectors makes them recession-proof? What specific stock is highlighted as the top pick for each sector? And – speaking of recessions – why does a former Reagan economic adviser believe that one will hit next summer and that “this time the market will crash and stay crashed”? CLICK HERE to find out.