Garrett Baldwin reviews the potential impact of the Fed's rate hikes on the market.
"We're living in a time of rapid change," is a phrase I hear often in the media these days. I think that's a big understatement.
The coronavirus pandemic has transformed the world and the markets in a little over a month.
Nevertheless, it's tough to imagine anything that would change my strong conviction on Microsoft.
I've made no secret of the fact that I believe "Mr. Softy" is one of the best plays in a $160 billion cloud computing sector that's grown stronger by the day since 2.5 billion people went under lockdown.
It's not hard to understand the catalyst for that: Governments, institutions, and individuals have little choice but to work and transact business remotely where- and whenever possible. That includes Microsoft itself, by the way.
Cloud computing and storage is absolutely critical for that effort.
So, my Microsoft recommendation stands, of course, but today, I want to look at another long-term buy.
This firm is closely allied with Microsoft – like my dad used to say, "People judge you by the company you keep."
The company I'm about to name is actually integral to Microsoft's own success, so much so that its earnings could double in the next three years… Full Story
Not even the coronavirus can stop tech.
The market as a whole might be coming under pressure, but don't let that cloud the fact that some of tech's biggest leaders have been giving absolutely astounding earnings reports.
Veteran companies with massive market caps are achieving the kind of earnings numbers that someone would expect to see out of up-and-coming startups.
The latest earnings reports are showing us how the cloud services industry has given Silicon Valley firms a path to profit margins and cash flow that used to be impossible. And as for semiconductors, we just can't have the modern economy without them.
Outside news like coronavirus might still cause some instability in the short term, but in the long term, the outlook is good.
As that pressure keeps up, we will be able to buy great stocks for great prices. Let's take a closer look at some of the opportunities here… Full Story
Investing in the best stocks is a proven way to build generational wealth. And there is no better time to start than when stocks are down. Of course, taking that first step can be extremely daunting, especially today. There are a lot of unknowns with this COVID-19 crisis. How long will it last? How can […]
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However, don't buy into the hype of early IPOs.
Our latest list of best stocks to buy now includes a cloud services profit powerhouse, a resurgent gaming company, and an underappreciated tech superstar.
All three are on track to double shareholders' money, in as little as 18 months.
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Not only will the company thrive, but investors will also see their shares skyrocket.
May is not known for being the kindest month to the markets.
And that sentiment is ringing true – as May 1 came and went ridden with volatility.
Now, there's a saying that has been passed down for years: "Sell in May and go away."
But the truth is, when you sit on the sidelines, you typically miss the biggest profit opportunities.
That's why today, I'm going to give you a new set of tools that will help you master your May trades.
Quick! What do the following have in common?
… Gordon Ramsay
… Kim Kardashian
… Major League Baseball
They're all third-party personalities and licensed brands for one of the hottest turnaround plays I can find in one of the hottest sectors going – mobile gaming.
Best of all, shares are still under $5.
Ordinarily, this wouldn't interest me for a New York minute. My family and I would rather be out living life than watching it or playing games about others living theirs. However, that's not true for millions.
If you think back to last November, you'll remember that everyone was throwing in their towels on Netflix amidst a sudden whirlwind of bad news – like the serious Kevin Spacey allegations, and Disney pulling all of its content in order to start its own streaming business.
It was a bad news business for this streaming giant.
But fast forward six months, and the tables seem to be turning…
Recently, Netflix announced it is spending $8 billion on developing and acquiring original content. And on top of this, it plans to raise $1.5 million in debt.
That's a step in the right direction – something any investor likes to see.