Tim Melvin picks out the best REIT to buy right now.
A bull market run, whether you're talking about a stock, a sector, or the entire market, is a powerful thing to behold – and I've been through plenty in my career.
There's cautious buying at the start, testing the waters… then a breakout… a top-feeding frenzy explodes as the financial media goes bananas… and, best of all, profits stack up fast.
It's incredible; there's nothing quite like it.
But I'm here to tell you, it's even better when you're in it from the start. Nobody wants to hang back on the sidelines while stocks go ballistic, but if you wait too long, it might be too late. Or worse, you could end up losing money.
Of course, everyone wants to run the distance with the bulls. That can be easier said than done; a lot of regular investors don't have the data or systems to give them that all-important "Go!" signal.
Well I do, and today I'm going to share it with you. It's easy to spot, easy to use, and it'll help you profit from bullish runs from start to finish – that's performance a lot of investors can only dream about… Full Story
Well I do, and today I'm going to share it with you. It's easy to spot, easy to use, and it'll help you profit from bullish runs from start to finish - that's performance a lot of investors can only dream about...
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained back more than 500 points today after the Federal Reserve cut rates in response to coronavirus fears.
The central bank cut rates by 50 basis points, and the 10-year Treasury bond fell under 1% for the first time in history.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average will see little growth today after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell hinted at no interest rate cuts in the near future-against President Trump's wishes.
The Dow Jones today fell 50 points out the gate as investors continue to monitor developments on the U.S.-China trade front.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up modestly in premarket hours after the U.S. Labor Department released its January jobs report.
The monthly update on U.S. employment factors in last month U.S. government shutdown. In addition, markets are digesting the latest updates on trade talks between the United States and China.
On Wednesday, the current bull market became the longest in U.S. history.
Since March 9, 2009, the S&P 500 alone has risen more than 300%.
But if you look deeper into the numbers behind the S&P's growth, you find that one industry has outpaced all others.
The S&P 500's healthcare stock sector, which is comprised of the largest health insurers, is up more than 1,100% since 2009.
The Dow Jones today projected an 86-point gain in premarket trading as the Turkish Lira stabilized after falling roughly 15% over the last week.
The Dow Jones today jumped 86-points in premarket trading while the S&P 500 sat just points away from an all-time record.
The rise was in spite of the imposition of "snapback" sanctions on Iran Tuesday morning.
The new sanctions target Iran's ability to purchase foreign currency and commodities.
The Dow Jones today traded 90 points lower in pre-market trading as investors turned over imminent bilateral trade talks between the United States and China.
The American trade delegation, which includes Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, will spend two days in Beijing attempting to diffuse an increasingly complicated trade situation.