When the stock market sends a company’s share price down through no fault of the company, it can be a great time to buy. And the recent market turmoil has been tough on many businesses, regardless of whether they’re outperforming or underperforming in their industries.
Here’s why these stocks look like bargains, and why today might be a good time to scoop up some shares.
Best Casino Stocks For 2019: Square, Inc.(SQ)
Square supplies point-of-sale (POS) terminals to merchants, offers mobile payment services, has a popular peer-to-peer payment app called Square....More>>>
Although the stock market seems to have taken a breather from its incredible bull run of the past several years, many valuations are still on the high end, historically speaking.
One big exception is the real estate sector, where rising interest rates have made real estate investment trusts, or REITs, among the market’s worst performers. Retail and healthcare REITs have performed particularly poorly, thanks to some industry-specific headwinds.
Although these specific REIT subsectors have been beaten down, some could be excellent long-term investments, especially at....More>>>
The best advice for stock pickers right now: stay active and selective. Yes the markets may be choppy but, broadly speaking the economy remains strong, and there are still compelling investing opportunities out there if you know where to look. I recommend the following 7 stocks to buy as premium stock ideas.
All 7 stocks to buy are currently trading at attractive levels and are poised for big upside growth. But you don’t have to take my word for it. Using TipRanks’ market data, I also include the latest analysis on these stocks from the Street’s top analysts.....More>>>
For each of these samplers I have a theme. I have a title. And I surprised you. I had a little fun with it last year. I, in fact, listened to the podcast again as I drove into work this morning just to make sure that I was doing my homework, and as it turns out my five stocks last year didn’t have a theme that united them all together.
However, there was a little secret at play [that I let you know at the end of last year’s podcast] and that is that the these company names, which seemed appropriate.
My talented producer, Rick Engdahl, tends to name every single....More>>>
Using conventional economic thinking, an investor should move some of their money from stocks to bonds as interest rates rise because they are less risky, and the rate of return is better. So as U.S. Treasury rates hit 3%, I’m sure there are some conventional thinkers out there that will start to sell their stocks and move into bonds.
Just because it’s conventional thinking doesn’t mean you should follow it, though, because there are several companies out there that yield more than 3% and provide both the stability of a reliable dividend and the upside of owning....More>>>