Market bubbles normally drag on longer and go higher than most traders anticipate. Yes, there was a shorting opportunity a couple of weeks ago. Yet, it’s important for a trader not to get complacent, says Jeff Greenblatt, editor of The Fibonacci Forecaster on Tuesday.
Buying or selling shares of dividend-paying securities either prematurely or late could cause an investor to miss the ex-dividend date and a corresponding dividend distribution that shareholders otherwise would receive, explains Ned Piplovic, income expert and editor of DividendInvestor.
Tax harvesting is the process by which investors sell losers to offset the realized gains they’ve incurred during the year, explains dividend expert Chuck Carlson, editor of DRIP Investor.
Matthew Kerkhoff, options expert and editor of Dow Theory Letters, continues his 14-part educational series on understanding options and their role in investment portfolios. This series will run each Friday on MoneyShow.com through December, moving from the basics through increasingly more sophisticated strategies.
Over the past 12 months, many packaged food firms have seen their share prices wilt. But the companies below have impressive financial traits: strong balance sheets, prodigious cash flows and generous payouts to shareholders, explains George Putnam, editor of The Turnaround Letter.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store (CBRL) develops and operates the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store concept in the United States, noted Kelley Wright, a leading value investor and editor of IQ Trends.
StoneMor (STON) is one of the few publicly-traded companies in the "deathcare" market, with 316 cemeteries and 94 funeral homes in 27 states and Puerto Rico, explains Jimmy Mengel, editor of The Crow's Nest.
Talk about locking in some of your gains, hedging your bets, or perhaps investing in something that has an inverse correlation to the market. Consider staying put and riding it out writes Steve Pomeranz, CFP. Look for guides on how to get started trading every Friday.
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If you know yourself, your methodology, and money management, you will succeed at trading. This is, provided of course, that you know what you don’t know, asserts Dave Landry. He’s founder and president of DaveLandry.com. More Trading Lessons every Friday on MoneyShow.com.
We wish all our readers the very best for the Thanksgiving holiday—an appropriate time to share a buy recommendation from Ben Reynolds for a favorite food stock and turkey purveyor. Here's the latest from his Sure Dividend advisory.
I’ve been a fan of the banking sector for the last 12 months. Unfortunately, the group, after a big move in November, had been a laggard for much of 2017, explains Chuck Carlson, editor of DRIP Investor.
Investors seeking to diversify a stock portfolio with index funds have several choices depending on the portion of the market they wish to capture; below we profile four exchange-traded index funds, each of which serves a different purpose, explains Richard Moroney, editor of Dow Theory Forecasts.
Wingstop (WING) is a relatively small ($102 million) restaurant that specializes in wings (made three ways, with 11 enticing flavors), fries and sides, notes growth stock expert Mike Cintolo, editor of Cabot Top Ten Trader.
November is turning out to be a more profitable month than I had anticipated. Our clients have their full equity allocations invested and working for them, asserts Marvin Appel, MD, PhD, of Signalert Asset Management.
Join Ken Calhoun each week for a new episode of Breakout Chart of the Week for stock swing traders and day traders. Today’s swing trading charts: DHI, SQ, NKTR, NTAP, and intraday trading chart ACHC. Exclusively for MoneyShow. Share with your friends.
The remaining weeks of 2017 are full of risk events for traders, writes Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research over the weekend.
Roku (ROKU) makes those small streaming players that connect to your TV; it has seen its stock rise by 180% since it went public at $14 on September 27th, notes Tyler Laundon, editor of Cabot Small-Cap Confidential.
Investors would be wise to prepare for bond prices falling as interest rates rise from historic lows. Bond funds are typically hurt the worst in a rising interest rate environment because they are marked to market, asserts Jackie Ann Patterson of Truth About ETF Rotation.
Eastside Distilling (ESDI) continues to put all the pieces in place for what is shaping up to be a very big win for everyone involved, explains Nick Hodge, small cap expert and editor of Early Advantage.
At TradersExpo Las Vegas, Stefanie Kammerman: I read the tape, that's my crystal ball and I particularly watch the Dark Pool. Where's the top? When the big guys sell, that'll be the top.
At TradersExpo LV, Jay Soloff: We focus a lot on volatility trading. We make it simple.and understandable. We do complex stuff like iron condors, credit spreads. I teach as I'm recommending trades.
At TradersExpo Las Vegas, John Netto: The Netto Number, from his 600-page book, adds useful context to take a 3-D view of the performance of any strategy, trade or market. @JohnNetto.
At TradersExpo Las Vegas, Harry Boxer: I tell people what patterns are intraday, one-minute patterns.and potentially setting up for a move. When they do make that move, I put out a Buy alert.
At TradersExpo Las Vegas, Jack Crooks shares ideas on forex, currency markets, global macros, spot markets. Over the next couple of weeks we could see a strong US dollar.
At MoneyShow Dallas, Dan Gibby talks about how he marries options with technical analysis. We use pure charts, supply and demand analysis. Our specialization is using options to overlay the position.
At Traders Expo Las Vegas, Jay Winship on where investors and homeowners can unlock cash from home equity. We target an 8-10% return. A lot of folks are house rich, cash poor. We have a solution.
At TradersExpo Las Vegas, Steve Hotovec of Barastone shares how homeowners can unlock wealth and share in future price movement of their home, if any. The homeowner gets cash without additional debt.
At MoneyShow SF, John Buckingham: There are many stocks that are overvalued. There are also many companies that are inexpensive. Here is where the merits of active management make sense.