Garrett Baldwin picks out a watchlist of stocks that respond directly to momentum shifts in the market and represent an easy win for investors.
Garrett Baldwin gives an updated list of stocks to watch during the current market upswing.
Monday’s 2% plunge in stocks reminded investors that choppy waters are ahead.
But owning the best dividend stocks can offer stability when things get bumpy.
In 2013, JPMorgan Asset Management compared the performance of companies initiating and growing their payouts between 1972 and 2012 to publicly traded companies that didn't pay a dividend over the same stretch.
When we see market prices correct like they did earlier this week, it is always nice to know you have strong dividend stocks with rapid growth in your portfolio.
Appreciation can be taken back in the blink of an eye, but a dividend is yours to keep forever once it hits your account.
And if you buy great dividend stocks when the market is ugly, lower prices can help you lock in a higher yield.
But not all dividend stocks need to have high yields to make them noteworthy buys. AT&T (NYSE: T), Enterprise Products Partners (NYSE: EPD), and Brookfield Renewable Corporation (NYSE: BEPC) are all excellent long-term investment.
When billions of people were stuck at home during the pandemic, streaming stocks went ballistic.
Now those stocks are off all-time highs, but subscriber counts are still growing in a lot of places.
The market's setting up for "Streaming Wars II" and the profits could be even bigger than 2020, particularly for the play Andrew Keene's picked out… .
Investors who are trying to time the potential rebound in cruise ships, airlines, hotels, and restaurant stocks that have been hammered by the pandemic have the right idea..
But we can do even better.
Sure, some of those stocks may bounce, but the earnings rebound in these companies will not really start until the second half of the year.
Here are the best comeback stocks to buy for 2021 that don't need to rely on a COVID-19 vaccine being widely distributed.
While the vaccine rally is still playing out, many traders are already looking ahead to the Santa Clause Rally.
The term "Santa Claus Rally" was first coined by Yale Hirsch of Stock Traders Almanac.
He pointed out the calendar anomaly back in 1972.
In the last five trading days of December, and the first two trading days of January, prices historically have been higher 76% of the time.
According to the almanac, the average gain has been about 1.3%, which is much higher than average for a seven-day stretch.
While those new to the markets in 2020 might think a seven-day move of a puny 1.3% is not even worth discussing, historically, it is a fairly large gain over just seven days.
The 5G race has officially heated up following Apple’s recent iPhone 12 launch with built-in 5G capacity.
Now the U.S.’s biggest mobile carriers are racing to grab the biggest slice of the $79 billion market.
And usually when there’s that much competition for consumer dollars, it’s really easy for investors to cash in… .
For most investors in the market, 5G just got real, meaning there are now even more ways for us to profit.
And Apple’s recent unveiling of its iPhone 12 with 5G capabilities is handing us a huge profit opportunity.
Indeed, Tom will show you a long-term pattern playing out in Apple where he sees a potential 233% profit… .
Markets are noisy again this week.
With momentum teetering between positive and negative, many investors are looking for a place to hide.
The challenge is discovering which stocks are safe right now.
Far too many people are willing to leave the search for safe stocks up to the court of popular opinion.
Analysts are pushing investors into the big blue chips like FANMAG because they "feel" safe.
These firms produce popular products that are always in demand.
be true – I crunched some numbers and came up with a set of characteristics that define safe stocks.