Only a quarter of the stocks in the S&P 500 Index can currently be bought for less than $50 – and the author of today’s article notes that some of those stocks “offer outstanding value to bargain-minded investors on a budget.” When it comes to identifying the best stocks under $50 for 2019, he outlines several factors to consider (including three key traits those stocks would possess) – and then highlights three of his top picks in that regard. For more, CLICK HERE.
In today’s article, the author highlights a new – and little-known – dividend ETF that he believes is a compelling pick for several reasons. The fund in question “selects from the highest yielding dividend stocks in the S&P 500 index, but it uses a different method to add a layer of protection for the dividend….” Moreover, the two factors the fund uses to select stocks are both linked to outperformance. For more on this dividend ETF – including additional ways in which it may be superior to a more well-known option – CLICK HERE.
With September historically being the market’s worst month of the year, today’s article highlights 13 stocks in the S&P 500 index that investors might want to consider as they have all “beaten the market doom… [and] delivered gains on average during September the past five years, which is no easy feat.” While this September could always be a different matter, the author points out that “analysts think 11 of the 13 stocks have upside left before hitting their 18-month price targets.” To see what these stocks are, as well as their average September gain over the last five years, CLICK HERE.