Stefanie Kammerman, the Stock Whisperer, here to tell you the Whisper of the Week from the Dark Pool for June 22: SPXU, FAZ, and ECA. And a recap of past Whisper performance of GLD and UUP in my weekly Thursday video and transcript.
We like the idea of buying the December corn futures contract near $3.80 and then selling the at-the-money-call option (380 strike price) for about 22 cents, or $1,100, asserts Carley Garner, Senior Strategist for DeCarley Trading, and author of four books.
Until a year ago, the total return of AT&T (T) had kept pace with the S&P 500 Index (1988-2016). But the past eleven months have not been kind to T, which has lost more than 5% while the S&P 500 has gained 20%, says Marvin Appel, editor of Systems & Forecasts.
State of the Market: S&P 500 Index holds it ground near record highs while international equities soften. Our U.S. equity models remain overall neutral-bullish, asserts Marvin Appel, MD, PhD. He's president of Signalert Asset Management LLC.
No one denies the long-term trend of natural gas and renewables taking more market share, but coal is still a dominant fuel source, explains income expert Bryan Perry, editor of Cash Machine.
New short trade ideas can be initiated if OIL rallies to $5.14, or higher. You can use a risk price between $5.33 and $5.80, depending on how much room you want to give this trade, suggests Landon Whaley, Founder and CEO of Whaley Capital Group.
The world is changing at a rate that most of us cannot comprehend. It's being called the Fourth Industrial Revolution and, like those that have gone before, it is ushering in new technologies, creating new forms of wealth, and costing some people their jobs, asserts Gordon Pape, editor of Internet Wealth Builder.
Credit Suisse ADR (CS), based in Zurich, Switzerland, was founded in 1856 and for over a century was a rock-solid if dull Swiss bank. Today, the company is a global wealth management and investment banking firm, notes George Putnam, editor of The Turnaround Letter.
Join Ken Calhoun each week for a new episode of Breakout Chart of the Week for stock swing traders and day traders. Today's trade charts: Esperion Therapeutics (ESPR) and Aramark (ARMK).
While researching stocks this past weekend, I noticed that the price charts of most asset management companies have turned decidedly bullish, with several breaking out of trading ranges, observes growth and income expert Crista Huff, editor of Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor.
Spectra Energy Partners LP (SEP) has ranked high on our watch list for nearly a year-and-a-half. We now think the stock offers high quality at a reasonable price and are adding the shares to our income portfolio, notes Ari Charney, editor of Investing Daily's Utility Forecaster.
Can you survive trading in today's algo world? I believe you can, asserts John Person, a 36-year trading veteran who has written several books and is a featured speaker. Third part of a weekly series.
Our best wishes to Russ Kaplan; the Buffett/Graham-style advisor has joined Nebraska-based Fox & Hoagstrom Financial Group. In his latest The Heartland Advisor he reviews two recommendations that incidentally have both attracted the attention of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (BRL.A).
Today's trade idea from Landon Whaley: You can initiate new short trades in the SPDR S&P Oil and Gas Exploration ETF (XOP) on rallies to $33.11 or higher. Do not chase this market lower, because markets don't go straight up or straight down.
Spending on travel has held up well in recent years, a trend that has supported strong growth for Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) and other cruise providers. The world's consumers may be cutting back on some things, but demand for cruises remains solid, says Richard Moroney, editor of Dow Theory Forecast.
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At MoneyShow Las Vegas, Steve Forbes advises Republicans and voters: Do a real tax cut. Refuse the border tax. Oppose the VAT. Remove "tax credits for everybody" from the Ryan healthcare bill.
Hilary Kramer's 3 stock ideas: Calavo Growers (CVGW), avocado producer. Nvidia (NVDA) for graphics processing for gaming, pros. GW Pharmaceuticals (GWPH) for imedical marijuana therapeutics.
Rick Swope, The Market Guys, suggests a plan that starts with education about markets, setting your goals, identifying the markets and products and then the set-up, analysis, and execution.
“Why did yields jumped so much after the election? It was the expectations of Trump-elect," says John Mousseau, CFA, Cumberland Advisors of Sarasota, at MoneyShow Las Vegas.
Kevin Caron, at MoneyShow Las Vegas, cautions that volatility comes when investors least expect it. Think 1999, 2005, 2006. "There are some signs of complacency in the market."
Ed Stanton at MoneyShow Las Vegas explains HC Government Realty Trust, Inc. a real estate investment trust (REIT) for acquisition & management of federally leased properties.
At MoneyShow Las Vegas, Roger Conrad suggests utilities have improving earnings yet high valuations. Be very selective. Investing idea: NextEra Energy Partners (NEP).
Mark Skousen, tells MoneyShow Las Vegas the Trump rally is long in the tooth, yet he's 100 percent invested. He recommends Apple (AAPL) and Franco-Nevada (FNV).
For MoneyShow Las Vegas, Elliott Gue describes MLP opportunities in oil drilling and fracking by companies in West Texas, Central Oklahoma, the Dakotas and Alberta, Canada.