Host Joe Burgoyne answers listener questions about mini-options and investor resources. Then on Strategy Spotlight, Kevin Davitt of CBOEs Options Institute defines what it means to roll an option position and why investors might want to consider doing so.
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Next week will be a short week. It may be short but the drama will resume Wednesday as everyone has to exercise patience to see how this health care situation plays out, asserts Jeff Greenblatt, director of Lucas Wave International and editor of The Fibonacci Forecaster.
Markets are waiting to see if Mario Draghi and other central bankers wanted to shift gears for higher rates or if this was a left-over fear from positioning into month-end, asserts Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research in Wednesday commentary from London.
Before Home Depot (HD), most Americans relied on their neighborhood hardware store for the essentials of home maintenance, recalls Timothy Lutts, editor of Cabot Stock of the Week.
With all blurred lines of large US companies reaching globally, one might think the performance of SPY and EFA would be similar. However, SPY is up 8.5% year-to-date while EFA has gained 14.4% in the same time period, asserts Jackie Ann Patterson of truthaboutetfrotation.com
Depending on which estimates you read, there will between 7,000 to 10,000 retail stores closing this year, and those stores won't be replaced anytime soon, says Charles Mizrahi, editor of Insider Alert.
I think of Starwood Property Trust (STWD) as one of the most "no drama" high-yield stocks on our recommendations list, suggests income expert Tim Plaehn, editor of The Dividend Hunter.
Recent break of the 200-Day Average (15,257) leaves the market open for a dead-cat bounce, which started last week. Our TSX market is more reactionary to Global-Macro catalysts, asserts Ziad Jasani of the Independent Investor Institute in his weekly Trader video.
Based in Leawood, Kansas, Tallgrass Energy Partners (TEP) owns and operates midstream energy assets in North America, including more than 4,600 miles of transportation pipelines in Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska, notes Mark Skousen, editor of High-Income Alert.
(Sponsored Content) "There's no such thing as a free lunch" is a frequently heard commercial saying. When looking at income generating strategies for equity options, perhaps a better guideline is the relationship between risk and return-what risk am I taking for what return? Am I happy with that level of risk?
We will be watching to see if Mr. Market decides to do a re-think when it comes to the UK-US yield spread. If it does, and the UK-US spread falls while the US 10 vs. 2 spread rises, the pound might be vulnerable again, asserts Jack Crooks of Black Swan Capital.
Visa (V) is a global payments technology company that connects consumers, businesses, financial institutions, and governments in more than 200 countries and territories to fast, secure and reliable electronic payments, says Todd Shaver, editor of BullMarket.com.
The issue for markets is about sticks and stones in central banking-as forward guidance (i.e. talking) is a policy itself, asserts Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research in Tuesday commentary from London.
AT&T (T) is currently the only Dividend Aristocrat with a yield of 5%; this gives the stock a unique combination of income and safety, asserts Ben Reynolds, income expert and editor of Sure Dividend Retirement Newsletter.
Call options are an ideal way to play a bullish slant on XLK. Buying a call allows you to participate in continued gains, while lowering your overall dollars at risk, asserts Elizabeth Harrow, Director of Digital Content at Schaeffer's Investment Research.
The mining industry has tried for more than a year to improve its ways. The best companies have made real progress to effectively control production output and costs while being more disciplined with capital and increasing payouts to shareholders, observes global stock expert Yiannis Mostrous, editor of Capitalist Times.
While markets hover near all-time highs, it's mandatory for us to pick the spots that have a higher probability to out-perform through Q2 earnings season asserts Ziad Jasani, of the Independent Investor Institute, Toronto, in his weekly Trader video.
The overall market still looks strong, but any number of international tensions brewing around the world could erupt, sending the market down. Be careful. Only add cash to the market that you won't need back for at least six months, notes dividend expert Harry Domash, editor of Dividend Detective.
As part of his "World's Greatest Investors" series, here are key insights from the world's top investors, writes Steve Pomeranz, CFP, and host of an investment program on NPR affiliates.
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Speaking at MoneyShow Las Vegas, John Mousseau looks ahead for munis, short-term bonds and long-term bonds. "The value of bonds has actually risen." He's with Cumberland Advisors.
Speaking at MoneyShow Las Vegas, Douglas DiSanti shares an investing idea on real estate and buildings for the legal cannabis industry. He's CEO of Green Leaf Investment Fund.
At MoneyShow Las Vegas, Rick Swope offers ideas on how investors and traders can evaluate the many education and training courses available. "Ask the question: does it make sense?"
Speaking at MoneyShow Las Vegas, Roger Conrad shares ideas about water recycling in energy exploration: Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD) and Veolia Environnement SA (VEOEY).
At MoneyShow Las Vegas, Steve Forbes advises Republicans and voters: Do a real tax cut. Refuse the border tax. Oppose the VAT. Remove "tax credits for everybody" from the Ryan healthcare bill.
Hilary Kramer's 3 stock ideas: Calavo Growers (CVGW), avocado producer. Nvidia (NVDA) for graphics processing for gaming, pros. GW Pharmaceuticals (GWPH) for imedical marijuana therapeutics.
Rick Swope, The Market Guys, suggests a plan that starts with education about markets, setting your goals, identifying the markets and products and then the set-up, analysis, and execution.
“Why did yields jumped so much after the election? It was the expectations of Trump-elect," says John Mousseau, CFA, Cumberland Advisors of Sarasota, at MoneyShow Las Vegas.
Kevin Caron, at MoneyShow Las Vegas, cautions that volatility comes when investors least expect it. Think 1999, 2005, 2006. "There are some signs of complacency in the market."