What stocks are the most loved on Wall Street right now? Today’s article identifies the S&P 500 companies whose stocks currently have the highest percentage of Buy ratings – and the #1 most loved stock on Wall Street right now by this measure is Amazon, with 47 out of 48 analysts covering the stock rating it a Buy. What stocks join the e-commerce giant on the “most-loved” list? CLICK HERE.
A boom in the building of super-tall residential and commercial towers is underway – and it may signal the end of the bull market. At least that’s the thinking underlying the so-called “skyscraper indicator”, which today’s article explains is based on the fact that “In the past, the completion of record-high skyscrapers has been the proverbial bell that rings at the top of the market” as the same “peak hubris” infecting investors also infects real-estate developers. For more, CLICK HERE.
Is a year-end rally – or so-called “Santa Claus Rally” – already underway in the stock market? As today’s article notes, among those who subscribe to the notion of a Santa Claus Rally, some believe it begins in late October. Based on the historical record, however, the author questions whether the Santa Claus Rally really even exists, declaring that, “The stock market will rally between now and the end of the year. But that doesn’t mean there will be the ‘year-end rally’ that many advisers have begun telling their clients to expect.” For more, CLICK HERE.
With approximately 100 new biotech companies having begun trading on the Nasdaq exchange since the beginning of last year alone, the author of today’s article observes that “There are so many new biotech stocks hitting the market that plenty of gems slip through the cracks unnoticed” – and he goes on to highlight two of them. For these two under-the-radar biotechs – one of which has developed a potential new treatment for depression while the other “is taking advantage of gravity to develop a blindness prevention drug that lasts longer than the competition” – CLICK HERE.
Despite the fact that this online apparel company has posted a profit every quarter since going public two years ago (with a 35% increase in revenue in the last quarter), its stock recently sank to a 52-week low, a drop that the author of today’s article believes presented “one of the best risk/reward opportunities in small-to-mid-cap internet.” And while the stock has since experienced a recovery, he argues that “the stock is still a bargain and bears…are dead wrong and will be running for cover and licking their wounds in the coming months.” For more, CLICK HERE.
“With active managers outperforming passive managers for the first time in years, many investors are looking for solid stock ideas for the rest of this year and into 2020”, notes the author of today’s article, who identifies the software space as one place for growth investors to look. More specifically, the author recommends looking at the space’s large-cap leaders, citing one analyst who “favors the large cap names which combine strong fundamentals and multiple support and a preference for applications where there is less chance of being disrupted by Amazon.” For four such software stocks to consider. For more, CLICK HERE.
The hottest stock-market sector may also be the best investment opportunity right now, both in terms of long-term returns and short-term gains. We’re talking about utilities! Why are utility stocks good investments today? What are the top utility dividend stocks? What do investors need to be aware of with the utility industry going through a period of mergers and acquisitions? And what should investors look at when considering utilities to buy? For more, CLICK HERE.
Calling it “the most disruptive force that [the telecommunications industry] has ever experienced”, the author of today’s article highlights ten stocks that may be among the best for investing in the 5G revolution, including a company that “could turn out to be a dark horse in the global 5G race”. For these ten stocks – which span chip manufacturers, cell tower builders and more – CLICK HERE.
Despite what many investors may believe, the author of today’s article warns that “returns in the next 7 or 10 years will not look anything like the past” – and this could result in a “sudden and spectacular” end to the strong performance of the traditional 60% stocks/40% bonds balanced portfolio. What does the author highlight as being more realistic (and bleak) return forecasts, what do those forecasts mean for the 60/40 portfolio – and why does he argue that “Friends don’t let friends buy and hold”? CLICK HERE.
Stocks trading under $10 tend to be lesser-known names, but today’s article highlights five stocks currently priced under $10 that are all very well-known names – and which have big upside potential to analysts’ price targets. For these five well-known stocks which may appeal to more aggressive traders looking “at lower-priced stocks as a way to not only make some good money but to get a higher share count,” CLICK HERE.