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3 Best Stocks For The Housing Slowdown
Investors can invest in single-family rental homes through three REITs. For all three, investors will generate total returns driven by dividend growth.
Beat Rising Rates With These Two Stocks
High inflation has become a driving force in our lives. It’s challenging to invest for income and keep up with inflation, especially outside of commodity-focused investments.
Don’t Worry, There’s Still Time To Get In On Energy Stocks
Through the first five months of 2022, the energy and utilities stock market sectors are the only ones in the black.
Slowing Home Sales Is Great For These Two Stocks
The pace of existing and new home sales has started to slow dramatically. Sales of existing homes fell 2.4% for April compared to March, and were down 5.9% to a year earlier.
Top-Rated Monthly Income Stock On Sale
In a market like this, share prices are down across the board, and high-quality monthly income stocks become great bargains for investors focused on the long term.
How To Fix Your 401(k) Results Today
Most 401(k) accounts are invested into broad market stock and bond funds, or into “lifecycle” funds that balance stocks and bonds with allocations based on your expected retirement age.
Time To Buy Some “Food Insurance”
With my conservative investment strategies, I do not have much reason to worry about the current stock market correction.
It’s Downstream Energy’s Turn To Shine
For investors, energy companies have been the bright spot in a very dark 2022 stock market. The Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF is up 43% year-to-date, while the broad-coverage SPDR S&P 500 ETF has dropped by 18%.
A “Stupid Cheap” Stock Pick For Bottom-Fishers
When the stock market goes into a bear market, it drags down almost every stock. Sound, profitable companies see their shares driven down right alongside the perhaps more deserving stocks that may have been overvalued.
The Future Of Energy – And How To Play It
Energy. Every aspect of our lives requires some form of energy, from transportation, to the growing of food, to powering your Facebook feed. For example, the internet is forecast to soon consume one-fifth of all the world’s electricity.
How To Beat The Wall Street Journal’s Market Crash Play
The wealth destruction this year experienced by investors who held the hot stocks of 2021 has been brutal. A recent Wall Street Journal email noted how investors have now changed strategies in response – better late than never.
Don’t Let Panic Lose You Money
Last week, I told my premium subscribers to get out of a stock that had been panic-sold two months earlier. By understanding exactly what was going on, we avoided the panic-triggered losses and sold at a price 130% above the selloff low.
Preferred Stock Income “On Sale” Right Now
Stock market disruptions create opportunities for investors who can differentiate between investments that are in trouble versus those that are not.
Why Growth Investors Panic – And Why They Shouldn't
Of the two types of stocks in which to invest – growth stocks and value stocks – investors naturally gravitate to growth stocks. But investors often get burned chasing high-growth companies’ stocks…
Plan For When Your Favorite Stock Stops Going Up
The crash last week of Netflix Inc. shows how badly investors in growth stocks can get hurt when the music stops. The Netflix debacle shows that if you are investing for price appreciation, you need to have an exit plan or alternative strategy.
Buy These Two REITs For Rising Rates And Possible Recession
Investors often ask me about the two fears of today: rising interest rates and a recession. While a recession may not happen, interest rates will move higher. So, let me tell you about a couple of recommendations that will be good for both scenarios.
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