Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) reported good third-quarter results in late October that did not meet the Wall Street consensus estimates, notes Crista Huff, growth and income expert and editor of Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor.
Jack Adamo—a leading growth and income expert—has reiterated his buy recommendations for a trio of gold mining stocks. Here's the latest update from Insiders Plus newsletter.
To find "fallen angels" I look to blue chip stocks that have already suffered crashes due to management blunders and other problems. These bargain-priced stocks are just what is needed for this late stage in the bull market, asserts Jim Powell, editor of Global Changes & Opportunities Report.
Insider sentiment remains bearish, and both of the short-term (one-week) sell/buy readings from Vickers are at their lowest levels since early October, observes Stephen Biggar, editor of Argus Research.
The forex markets’ favorite risk-off tool is the Japanese yen. This may be the currency to watch as rates, equities and politics mix into a difficult match, writes Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research Friday.
Keep it simple and don't overthink it. Sprinkle in money management. Remember that your attitude is far more important than your aptitude, asserts Dave Landry. He’s founder and president of DaveLandry.com. More Trading Lessons every Friday on MoneyShow.com.
Do not assume we have struck a bottom and expect that we are now ready to break out simply because we see another rally begin in the coming weeks. The market still has a lot to prove to us, writes Avi Gilburt, technical analyst and author of ElliottWaveTrader.net.
One of the main drivers of wealth creation is investors’ innate desire to save, invest and get ahead financially that would free them up to do more what they really wanted from life. writes Steve Pomeranz, CFP. Look for guides on how to get started trading every Friday.
Matthew Kerkhoff, options expert and editor of Dow Theory Letters, continues his 14-part educational series on understanding options and their role in investment portfolios. This series will run each Friday on MoneyShow.com through December, moving from the basics through increasingly more sophisticated strategies.
For an income investor, it’s always important to ask if a company’s dividend is sustainable. One rough and ready way to assess this is a company’s payout ratio, explains Elizabeth Blessing, editor of The Complete Investor.
The US car market faces a tidal wave of cars coming off-lease during the next few years. Since 2010, new-car leases have gained popularity, reaching as much as one-third of all US auto sales, observes Elliott Gue, editor of Capitalist Times.
Over the past six years, investors with a penchant for perennially holding gold stocks in their portfolios certainly haven’t felt much like King Midas, given the decline in bullion prices, explains Jim Stack, safety-first money manager and editor of InvesTech Research.
Stefanie Kammerman, the Stock Whisperer, to tell you the Whisper of the Week: GE, SPY, QQQ, IWM, and recaps of AT&T, Starbucks, Micron Technology and Costco in my weekly Thursday video under five minutes and my transcript.
Join Ken Calhoun each week for a new episode of Breakout Chart of the Week for stock swing traders and day traders. Today’s three swing trading charts: CBG, DHI, DRNA, and intraday trading chart MOMO. Exclusively for MoneyShow.
Relative performance (RP) measures how a stock is performing relative to a specific market or index. Momentum analysis of a stock’s RP is one of our favorite ways to measure a stock’s health, notes technical expert Mike Cintolo, editor of Cabot Growth Investor.
I am suddenly concerned about the bullish case for this market. But is that wise in a market ruled by robots? asks technical expert Joe Duarte, editor of In the Money Options.
After a relentless march higher throughout October and into the first week of November, the recent selloff feels like the market is suffering from too much of a good thing, cautions David Fabian, editor of Flexible Growth and Income Report.
The construction industries, both residential and commercial were already improving before the hurricanes and fires destroyed or severely damaged thousands of buildings, explains income specialist Harry Domash, editor of Dividend Detective.
I maintain a database of about 130 REITs. With it I track current yields, dividend growth rates and when these companies usually announced new dividend rates, explains dividend expert Tim Plaehn, editor of Investors Alley The Market Cap.
Founded in 1894 in Hershey, Pennsylvania, The Hershey Company (HSY) is offering tasty chocolates and candies but is rewarding its shareholders with a 2.4% dividend yield, while raising its dividend eight consecutive years, notes Ned Piplovik, editor of DividendInvestor.
At Traders Expo Las Vegas, Jay Winship on where investors and homeowners can unlock cash from home equity. We target an 8-10% return. A lot of folks are house rich, cash poor. We have a solution.
At TradersExpo Las Vegas, Steve Hotovec of Barastone shares how homeowners can unlock wealth and share in future price movement of their home, if any. The homeowner gets cash without additional debt.
At MoneyShow SF, John Buckingham: There are many stocks that are overvalued. There are also many companies that are inexpensive. Here is where the merits of active management make sense.
At MoneyShow San Francisco, Thomas Grimes: We like essential service businesses.We started focusing on utilities and energy space. Cable stocks have done very well the last 5-6 years.
At MoneyShow SF, Thomas Grimes: the focus for us in utility stocks is finding companies that are well managed, have commitments to dividends and are raising them so we can compound value.
At MoneyShow San Francisco, John Buckingham shares ideas on value stocks in a challenging year where growth stocks have made the headlines. Last year value stocks outperformed S&P by 18%.
At MoneyShow Dallas, Phil Flynn on the oil outlook and favorite ways to trade oil. We're definitely going to $55 and possibly higher. Many producers here in Dallas think higher prices are inevitable.
At MoneyShow Dallas, Michelle Brownstein outlines the free financial accounts management software at Personal Capital and services from their fee-only advisory services.
At MoneyShow Dallas, Dr. Kerry Given shares ideas on trading options including techniques like call options, selling puts, and other strategies in his book Time Is Money.