By using strategies like the collar, investors have a solution for market risk that may very well be the best of both worlds, protection at a reduced cost, writes Joe Burgoyne, Director of the Options Industry Council.
I remain bullish the metals complex, yet on alert for one more pullback before the market finally breaks out for a rally into the fall of 2017, writes Avi Gilburt, a widely followed Elliott Wave technical analyst and author of ElliottWaveTrader.net.
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Human beings are creatures of chaos, which makes them predictably unpredictable. The thing about artificial intelligence (AI) is that it’s just that— artificial — and thus it is to a certain degree more predictable, observes Dr. Joe Duarte, editor of In the Money Options.
New short trade ideas on TLT can be initiated on a rally to $127.36, or higher. Depending on how much room you want this trade idea to move, use a risk price between $128.15 and $131.06, suggests Landon Whaley of Focus Market Trader.
As demand for data grows, so does the need for more hardware and storage space. That, in turn, drives the stock price of these data center REITs, which safely store data and supply uninterrupted power, cool air, and physical security for their tenants' servers, notes Dr. Carla Pasternak, editor of Dow Theory Letters.
When it comes to trading, experience isn’t always the best teacher, asserts Dave Landry. He’s Founder and President of DaveLandry.com. Look for a weekly trading primer each Friday from MoneyShow experts.
Bonds have been a pretty reliable source of gains for years now, but there’s more uncertainty now that rates have increased three times in the last year, suggests fund expert Janet Brown, money manager and editor of NoLoad FundX.
Watch bonds – not forex. The 55-day at 2.174% seems to be the key for today and next week with 2.121% the June 26 lows. For the stalwart who want a longer-term risk guide, stick to JPY writes Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research in his Friday commentary.
Osisko Gold Royalties (OR) is still undervalued despite a strong rally. The company reported on its latest quarter that largely updated the Orion acquisition we discussed recently, says Adrian Day, editor of Global Analyst.
The indices are just a few big updays away from all-time highs. So, there’s no need to sell the farm or even have it appraised. Do pay attention and when winter finally gets here, you’ll be ready, writes Dave Landry, Founder and President of DaveLandry.com.
Hello there, Stefanie Kammerman, the Stock Whisperer, here to tell you the Whisper of the Week from the Dark Pool for August 16: FCX. And, a recap of past Whisper performance of bond ETFs, especially TLT, in my weekly Thursday video and transcript.
The euro is the key consolidation game today, amid gains and losses for the Swiss franc, yen, Australian dollar and USD, writes Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research in his Thursday commentary.
Twitter (TWTR) fell sharply since reporting earnings; a couple of weeks ago it had been trading over $20 a share, and now it is less than $16, notes Fred Fuld, editor of Stocker Blog.
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Given the undeniable fact that the news is here to stay it behooves us as traders and investors to know when, how, or if to respond to the news, asserts veteran trader Jake Bernstein in his new weekly series.
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) is swamped with cash -- rising toward $100 billion at last count. How to drain the swamp flummoxes Berkshire Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett. Allocating the cash has become problematic, notes Steve Mauzy, editor of Wyatt Research’s Daily Profit.
Harry Domash is a leading expert in income investing. In his Dividend Detective newsletter, he highlights two recent insurance sector buys at opposite ends of the risk spectrum — a speculative, high yield play and an investment-rated preferred stock.
Harry Domash is a leading expert in income investing. In his Dividend Detective newsletter, he highlights two recent insurance sector buys at opposite ends of the risk spectrum—a speculative, high yield play and an investment-rated preferred stock.
With interest rates historically low, high yield stocks still have a lot of appeal for income investors. We screened for A-rated stocks sporting dividend yields above their historical norms. Two of our favorite picks are in the airline sector, states Richard Moroney, editor of Dow Theory Forecasts.
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