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Here's My Favorite Safe Dividend Stock Right Now

Lots of investors love to own "dividend stocks" like TLT and PTTRX for the seemingly high yield; they're hugely popular.

But, if you look closer, you'll see that yield comes at the cost of share price performance.

That "high yield" can drag your whole portfolio down.

Chris Johnson's used his screener to find 15 of the safest dividend performers out there, plus one you must own.



Do This to Profit When Interest Rates Spike  

There's a chance that over the next few days or weeks, Treasury yields could move up again, but no need to worry.

Shah's got two specific moves for you to profit from rising interest rates.

And the best part is, even if yields don't jump as dramatically as they did last week, it should still pay off nicely….



This TLT Trade Could Bring 154% Profits by April 1

Tom's Money Calendar is signaling to a perfect profit play for the current market slump.

This trade's not only cheap, but it's also finished in the green for eight years in a row, so it's a tradeable pattern.

Best of all, it's offering way better than double-the-money profits in five weeks or less..



It’s Time to Short the Bond Market

The Fed’s backstopping of the bond market was an effort to save the U.S.

stock market, but it’s clear now that saying it and actually doing it are two very different things.

Our Shah Gilani’s takeaway from it is that it’s time to short the bond market.

And today he’ll show you exactly how to do that to ensure you’ll walk away with the most profits….



These Are the Best Options to Buy Now for 629% Gains

One of the biggest advantages of options trading is that you can make money in any market.

All you need is the right strategy to take advantage of the moment.

That's easy when stocks are in the middle of a scorching hot bull market or during a meltdown like we saw in April.

But what do you do when uncertainty is high? Our experts are on the case.

In fact, Money Morning's options trading specialist, Tom Gentile's proprietary Money Calendar is showing a historic pattern that's giving us clarity amid the chaos…


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Cash In by Labor Day with These Four Moves

I hope you've had a great summer – as much as possible with everything that's going on.

My family and I have managed to have a lot of fun, particularly in our new Winnebago Boldt-KL. In a pandemic, it's a nice, safe way to travel long distances, like we did on our summer road trip from Florida to New York.

In fact, I love it so much I find I'm doing a lot of everyday driving in it, just running errands.

Since I'm spending so much time in the Winnebago, I thought…

"Hey – might as well do some trading in here while I'm at it."

So, I hooked it up. I'm good to go; now I have everything I need to scan markets and trade stocks in here.

With gold and stocks going through the roof, and the dollar falling through the floor, I've had my hands full; I sent five plays to my readers yesterday and let my microcurrency folks take two 75% and 90% profits off the table.

As fun and productive (and profitable) as it's been driving and hanging out in the "Winnie," it's only around three weeks to Labor Day, and after that, less than four weeks to October and our first-ever virtual Black Diamond conference. (You can learn how to register to attend here; I'll be there for sure.)

There's a lot going on! And the closer we get to the end of summer, the opportunities get faster and bigger. The time to prepare is right now; if you wait until Labor Day week, it'll be too late.

With all that said, let's dive into my summer-end market forecast that looks at all four "corners" of this market and shows you how to play 'em. Here's what you need to know… Full Story


Markets Live Recap: The Dow Falls Nearly 7% as Coronavirus Cases Spike

Stocks suffered their biggest pull back in three months as another 1.5 million Americans filed for unemployment and coronavirus cases spiked in states that reopened parts of their economies.

Traders quickly moved to sell their positions as the Dow dropped 6.9% on the trading session.

Investors bid the S&P 500 45% higher from its March lows on hopes of a fast recovery.

But a new spike in cases is certainly going to take a toll on a number of businesses.

Retail and airlines were two of the hardest hit industries on the day.

Here's what our experts – Chris Johnson and Shah Gilani – think is going to happen tomorrow and how investors should be positioning themselves before the weekend.



Markets Live Recap: Unemployment Totals Top 30 Million

Another 3.8 million Americans filed for unemployment this past week, bringing the total unemployed to over 30 million people.

The consensus estimate was for 3 million job losses, but coronavirus surprised to the upside yet again.

Stocks traded about 1% lower in early trading and found little support throughout the trading day, closing around the same level.

Here's what our experts – Chris Johnson, Tom Gentile, D.R. Barton, Jr., and Shah Gilani – saw in the markets today and think investors should be positioning themselves as we head into Friday trading.



Markets Live Recap: Why the Dow Fell for the First Time in 5 Trading Days

Stocks started the day up about 1%, building on yesterday's positive momentum that 12 states were looking to reopen parts of their economies.

But as the latest earnings reports of the FAANG stocks came into focus, investors became nervous.

This afternoon, these market leaders started selling off ahead of their conference calls with analysts later this week.

That's what ultimately drove the market down mid-day and into the close.

Here's what our experts - Chris Johnson, Tom Gentile, D.R. Barton, Jr., and Shah Gilani - saw in the stock, bond, and gold markets today, April 28...


Markets Live Recap: Unemployment in Focus Today

This morning, United States weekly jobless claims came in at 4.4 million.

Just over 26 million Americans have now applied for unemployment… In the last 5 weeks.

That means the U.S. economy has wiped out all the job gains since the Great Recession.

Unemployment sits at 23% and it doesn't look like we're close to re-opening the economy any time soon.

Despite that, investors shrugged off the news, bidding up the S&P 500 about 1.7% to start the day.

But stocks turned over mid-day and closed about flat.

Here's what our experts - Chris Johnson, Tom Gentile, D.R. Barton, Jr., and Shah Gilani - saw in the financial markets today, April 23...