The explosion of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Sunday looks likely to rattle investors' nerves enough to quash any talk of Elon Musk taking his company public anytime soon. But space enthusiasts have a way to get exposure to SpaceX right now, according to Money Morning's Defense & Tech Investing Specialist, Michael Robinson.
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In a moment I'm going to show you a chart for EOG Resources.
As I looked at the chart for this oil and natural gas development company, and positioned myself for a possible trade, an old song happened to come on the radio. It's a catchy tune that my friends and I used to "try" to dance along with.
Detroit and Chicago couldn't seem to be more different. The former is a manufacturing wasteland, except for the resilience of the Big Three, and it suffers from massive demographic and economic problems.
Savvy investors know that over short time periods, and especially during bear markets, the saying "cash is king" often holds true. It provides security and allows for bargain hunting when assets are cheap.
However, through times of financial repression and negative interest rate policies (NIRP), central planners along with banks are changing that precept into "cash is trash."
Apple's most recent earnings were nothing short of spectacular, and the headlines reflected that:
... "Apple Beats Estimates on Soaring iPhone Sales" -The Street
... "Apple Beats Estimates with $10.2 Billion in Profit" - AppleInsider.com
... "Apple Crushes iPhone Estimates, Boosts Buybacks" - CNBC
What they should have said is "Analysts Got It Wrong Again."
We've talked in the past about how far off the mark Wall Street analysts can be, and how costly that can be for investors who blindly follow along. It's no surprise - or at least it shouldn't be - given the hidden biases Wall Street holds.
But we haven't talked about how to use that information to your advantage.
The arrest of alleged flash-crash architect Navinder Singh Sarao could reshape the debate over high-frequency trading. The British futures trader reported to be largely responsible for the 2010 flash crash is fighting extradition to the U.S., where he faces a potential 380 year sentence for market manipulation and fraud, according to Bloomberg.
We want to tell you about a lucrative tech sector trend that's flying under Wall Street's radar. We're talking about private equity's plunge into Silicon Valley in order to take advantage of software's high profit margins.
Because publicly held software companies are now regularly agreeing to be acquired and taken private. In fact, four software firms have been delisted in leveraged-buyout deals worth a combined $18.3 billion in the last 18 months.
Stocks were sailing toward new record highs last week until they suddenly came crashing down on Friday. The shift occurred after China took steps to rein in its parabolic market by easing restrictions on short selling and raising margin requirements.
This is what happens when equity investors decide to ignore weak earnings, deteriorating economic conditions and geopolitical chaos and place all of their faith in the ability of central banks and other regulators to bail them out time after time...
Investors are heading into the lending market for good reasons. But risk management is a key factor in yielding big gains.
Because what you don't know can hurt you.
Where "the herd" sees doom and gloom, we see profit opportunity. And today we're going to show you a piggybank investment that will make you huge profits.
In fact, this stock represents an opportunity to create the kind of wealth that you'll be able to pass along to future generations.
Several analysts have recently downgraded Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) from "Buy" to "Hold." Shah, on the other hand, told Fox Business watchers today that now is not the time to downplay Apple's stock. Between smartphone sales and the just launched Apple Watch, Shah explains exactly why now is the time to buy the iDevice King and stick with it.
When considering how to invest in stocks in today's markets, "buy and hold" doesn't work anymore. The investor of today needs to be nimble, open-minded, aware of their risk tolerances, and goals; aggressive and defensive as the situation demands.
Having the right financial advisor in your corner can mean the difference between huge profits and devastating losses. But how do you pick the right one?
A quick Internet search reveals dozens of articles devoted to the topic of which questions to ask a financial advisor.
However, there are investments that don't pass my rigorous five-part system found in "Your Tech Wealth Blueprint" - but are still worth taking a look at.
I call these "Special Situations" - or "turnaround plays" - and today I want to share one of them with you.
I'm looking for this $9 stock to soar 50% in less than three years.
Now, not every Special Situation can succeed in its turnaround and produce those kinds of gains. That's why I also have a set of rules to determine if these kinds of investments will become lucrative.
In fact, there are three tell-tale signs that can help you find these big-profit stocks.
ETF investing is popular because of its ease and safety, though you might feel overwhelmed at first. Here are seven successful ETFs to put your mind at ease...
And don't stress about what sectors to pick from, we've also highlighted the best in an array of specializations so you don't have to.