Naysayers. In the beginning of the year, they are out in full force. They are the people telling you about all the great technology advances that didn’t happen in 2017, writes Jon Markman, editor of The Power Elite and Tech Trend Trader.
The FOMO (Fear-of-missing-out) elliptical rally changed last week into a more fatalistic bounce back to trend, a forced buy-the-dip. The risk-reward for owning equities over bonds remains central to the trend up, writes Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research over the weekend.
Nell Sloane of Capital Trading Group recaps a creative week of blockchain development, cross-border payment networks and startups. Also, state leaders in Florida, Arizona, Connecticut and Wyoming considering crypto laws, and the passing of digital pioneer John Perry Barlow.
Pretium Resources (PVG) one of our favorite small gold companies is presenting investors with a gift. The deep decline the stock has experienced is a “golden” chance to add to positions, asserts Stephen Leeb, editor of Real World Investing.
iShares S&P Global Healthcare (IXJ) is an exchange-traded fund that seeks to track the S&P Global 1200 Health Care Sector Index, explains John Persinos, fund expert and editor of Personal Finance.
Scanning recent IPOs is one of our favorite methods of finding potential new leading stocks, but the key to buying these stocks is patience. Our studies show that many of these IPOs come out with too much hype and fanfare, which leads to a lot of selling and underperformance, which we call the post-IPO droop, observes Mike Cintolo, editor of Cabot Growth Investor.
There was ample optimism in January headed into the Alphabet (GOOGL) Q4 earnings report; just two days prior to the release of Q4 results on February 1, the shares hit a new all-time high of $1,198, observes Rob DeFrancesco, editor of Tech-Stock Prospector.
Cryptocurrencies are crashing, even as the underlying technology begins to flower in the corporate world, writes Jon Markman, editor of The Power Elite and Tech Trend Trader.
The market is holding together at high retracement levels for the S&P. Yields reflect a stable dollar at the slightly lower levels, writes Gene Inger in The Inger Letter over the weekend. His presentation at Traders Expo is Tuesday, Feb. 27.
As the Japanese yen and British pound weakened, this left the technical picture of the U.S. dollar more important than usual and it appears to be like a two-hump camel, writes Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research.
Yields will climb in the next year, but there will be a selloff in the near term because the net positioning shows a near record short position. We may have seen that start on Friday as the 10- year yield fell 3.5 basis points, says Don Kaufman, co-founder of TheoTrade.
Even in a time of rising rates, utility stocks have their place in a portfolio, as a form of diversification and source of income, notes Richard Moroney, editor of Dow Theory Forecasts; here, he reviews a trio of stocks in his utilities model portfolio.
“Don’t panic, buy the dip, who cares?” or “These are rumblings of an earthquake, people will be hurt like in 1929” — which one is it? I would call it a wake-up call, cautions money manager Axel Merk of Merk Investments in Merk Insights.
Dividend Confidential is a highly specialized investment newsletter focused exclusively on stocks that issue special dividends to shareholders. Steve Mauzy is an expert on this strategy and highlights Franklin Resources (BEN), his latest special-dividend trade.
Student Transportation (STB) is the third-largest school bus transportation provider in North America, providing over 11,500 school buses in over 225 school districts, observes income expert Jimmy Mengel, editor of The Crow's Nest.
A strong bottom is forming in the crypto market. The action looks great in bitcoin, ethereum and Verge. If we see full five waves form, we’ll take profit to get ready for the wave 2 where we will re-initiate larger positions, writes Ryan Wilday of Ellliott Wave Trader.
Jack Welch is the opposite of Jeff Bezos who doesn’t know how to spell quarterly earnings. When I hear management praise their ability to beat last quarter’s earnings, I run, writes Vitaliy N. Katsenelson, Chief Investment Officer at Investment Management Associates.
If new highs emerge, there has been no change in the game. Robots are still ruled by the old boss and buying the next dip is reasonable. If the market reverses investors should ask if there is a new robot boss, asserts Joe Duarte, MD of Joe Duarte In The Money Options.
Is the correction complete? Is it safe to start to seek bargains in the market? Don’t jump too fast. The opening Tuesday morning will be critical. This week will be the opportunity for a possible retest of the lows, says Kerry Given, PhD, founder of Parkwood Capital.
The Trade Idea: After last week’s development in OIL’s Quantitative Gravity, I would avoid crude oil altogether and iPath S&P GSCI Crude Oil Total Return Index ETN for the time being, writes Landon Whaley of Focus Market Trader.
At MoneyShow orlando, Tom Sosnoff: A correction wasn't evident in the options marketplace. Remember VIX is the single most expensive asset class to carry long, between 25%-28% a year.
At MoneyShow Orlando, Louis Navellier: The smart beta revolution helped me perform better as a stock manager. Top performers including Avery Dennison, Boeing, Caterpillar, Valero.
At MoneyShow Orlando, Hilary Kramer offers 3 picks: Goldman Sachs (GS) I keep trading in and out. GE a stock that keeps coming back to life. Black Hills (BKH) a utility we find undervalued.
At MoneyShow Orlando, Mike Larson: I'm a big fan of dividend-paying stocks that have a better than S&P yield. It's more in the 6%-8% where you can find companies that pay solid dividends, like 3M.
At TradersExpo, Jay Winship: the runup in home real estate and an aging demographic could be opportunity. People with trapped equity need cash. It's a good risk-adjusted return for investors.
At TradersExpo Las Vegas, Markus Heitkoetter: When I trade stocks and options, I trade on daily charts. On futures, I use range, or volatility bars. I love trading crude oil, NASDAQ, DJI, gold.
At TradersExpo Las Vegas, Mark Sebastian of OptionPit.com talks about options trading techniques, volatility and trends he sees in the market.
At TradersExpo Steve Primo: our methods and techniques are grounded in simplicity. If you see signals generated, you can apply to emini futures, currency pairs, commodities, cryptos, equities.
At TradersExpo, Jay Soloff: With options do you want to buy or whether you want to sell? Buying can produce outsized returns but a low-probability event. Selling is an 80% probability of success.