“Technology companies aren’t the only ones that can profit from technological advances. Nor are startups the only ones harnessing technology to generate significantly positive growth,” notes today’s article. It proceeds to identify nine technology themes (e.g. nanotechnology, medicine and neuroscience, robotics) and highlight the leading company within that theme (be it as a producer or user of the technology) that is currently the most undervalued. For more, CLICK HERE.
Stocks go up and stocks go down. But stock moves are a bit more nuanced than that – and depending on the kind of move a trader expects a stock to make, different approaches to trading a setup can be best for maximizing profits. Today’s article outlines three different stock move scenarios (stocks a trader expects will gap higher, stocks a trader expects will grind higher, and stocks that are caught in a range) – and what may be the best way to approach each type of setup in order to maximize profits. For more, CLICK HERE.
Of the electric vehicle revolution, the author of today’s article is adamant that “the implications for investors is too compelling to ignore.” Indeed, global sales of electric vehicles are soaring – and many analysts are forecasting that, by 2040, EV sales could exceed 60 million per year. Those looking to profit from the massive growth that lies ahead may be wise to look beyond the likes of Tesla, however. The author outlines how China – as well as copper and other metals – will be where the real action is. CLICK HERE.
If you aren’t familiar with convertible bonds, now may be the time to get familiar with them. As today’s article explains, “convertible bonds pay a regular interest coupon, just like a bond, but if the stock of the issuing company does well, the owner of the bond can convert it into shares and make an even bigger profit” – and the author proceeds to outline why convertibles may be a particularly smart buy now. What are the three reasons he highlights – and what have studies found to be the “sweet spot” when it comes to the percentage of a portfolio allocated to convertibles? CLICK HERE to find out.
Members of the middle class in many Western countries are frustrated and demanding change – and this may represent a money-making opportunity for investors. Strategists at Credit Suisse have identified five “supertrends” that they believe investors can profit from in the coming years – and chief among them is the “disenchanted Western middle class”. What sectors are likely to benefit the most as Western governments seek to appease these groups – and what are the other four supertrends Credit Suisse has identified? CLICK HERE to find out.
With the average age of light truck/SUV vehicles on U.S. roads being about 6 years, the author of today’s article notes that, “eventually, tens of millions of tires will need to be replaced to the tune of $800 to $1,400 a set” – and to profit from this development, he recommends a “middle of the pack” play – the number five tire manufacturer in North America. What is this stock – and what two features does the author believe make it an especially attractive pick? CLICK HERE to find out.
Timeliness may be next to godliness, but the tardiness of others can also be a profit-making opportunity for investors. The author of today’s article notes that, when it comes to bull markets, while institutional investors arrive early, “you can just about set your watch to individual investors being fashionably late” – due in large part to their fear of volatility. So what strategy does the author recommend to profit from other investors jumping into the market late – and what two high-yielding funds does he highlight as ways to play this strategy? CLICK HERE to find out.
In today’s article the author outlines three (more) simple switches investors can make in order to ensure their brokerage accounts are positioned for maximum profits. The first switch involves paying attention to your investment-related fees (all of them!), the second switch involves enabling a tool that the author acknowledges “many investors are scared of”, and the third switch involves using “the most powerful tool in all of investing” to your advantage. To read more about these three switches, CLICK HERE.
There has been much discussion about the impending ramp-up in infrastructure spending and how investors can seek to profit from it. Today’s article, however, focuses on a “quiet revolution” taking place in another infrastructure space: “You can’t as easily see, touch, or feel this critical American infrastructure; but it is every bit as important to our economy as the traditional infrastructure.” What is this non-traditional infrastructure, what factors (including Donald Trump’s son-in-law) are set to drive its boom, and what three stocks are highlighted as being primed to ride the wave? CLICK HERE to find out.
“Cash is dead,” declares today’s article, which highlights the significant growth of the mobile payment industry in recent years. The author asserts that, in the face of this large and growing trend, people have two choices: fight the trend or profit from it. For those who want to do the latter, the author identifies what he sees as the best pick in the mobile payments space for those who want “explosive growth”. To find out what this top pick is and why “a new era of growth awaits” it, CLICK HERE.