The author of today’s article, who correctly called last year’s market selloff, is seeing the same conditions that led to that call shaping up again – and outlining a 5-point plan to prepare for “the gathering storm”. What cautionary “yellow flag” does he see rising right now – and what five tactics (including specific stocks, sectors and exchange-traded funds) is he recommending as a result? CLICK HERE.
Today’s article notes that while, “under normal circumstances, elections are often followed by selloffs in the stock market”, based on their history of outperforming the broader market in the aftermath of elections – most notably in 2000 and 2008 –utility stocks seemingly offer “a relatively safe port in the post-election market storm.” While acknowledging that there is no guarantee of a market selloff after this year’s election, the authors suggest it may be prudent to consider investing in utilities. As such, four utility companies with high yields – ranging from 5.5% to over 10% – and dividends considered to be safe are highlighted. To read about these four utilities, CLICK HERE.