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Best Investment Opportunities: 3 Hot Stocks to Watch

By Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Investment OpportunitiesU.S. stock prices are at all-time highs. Nonetheless, the best investment opportunities are still out there. Investing in the stock market isn’t easy with equity prices nearing new heights. However, there are still good investment opportunities if you know where to look. You just have to be willing to shift through more companies in order to find those with serious upside potential. To get you started, I’ve identified three of .

Restaurant Stocks: Top Growth Area Where Consumers Are Still Spending

By Monday, February 9, 2015
Restaurant StocksOne group of stocks with continued good potential for capital gains are the restaurant stocks. It doesn’t take much for things to turn up for these stocks, whether it is lower gas prices, a hair more disposable income, or a change in sentiment among consumers to spend on food. Restaurant stocks have been, and will continue to be, solid cyclical stocks in which to speculate. Timing and the right concepts .

Is the Volatility Index Warning Us About the Stock Market?

By Sasha Cekerevac, BA Friday, August 24, 2012
Is the Volatility Index Warning While the economic data have continued to come in worse, the S&P 500 has strengthened over the past few months. What is the stock analysis that can justify such a move, and is it sustainable? These two questions are critical for those interested in investing in stocks. There are several reasons for why the S&P 500 is at current levels, and it starts with how stock analysis is conducted. The .

Take Away the Bubbles and the Stock Market Is Trading Right at Its High

By Wednesday, July 25, 2012
The Stock  Market BubblesInvesting in stocks hasn’t been great over the last decade or so. The stock market is basically trading around the same level it was this time last year. It’s the same as it was in 2008, 2006, 2000, and 1999. Without dividends, you would have lost money owning the S&P 500 Index over the last 12 years due to inflation, which highlights how important it is to get the business .

How Europe’s Sovereign Debt Is a Direct Threat to Your Pocketbook

By Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Mitchell Clark looks at how Europe’s sovereign debt is a direct threat to your very own pocketbook.The sovereign debt issue in Europe is a direct threat to the U.S. stock market. It’s been like this for the last year, and it is likely to stay like this well into 2012. Prior to the European sovereign debt crisis, U.S. equity investors didn’t really care about what was going on over there, but times change—and they change quickly. That’s the one certainty in the stock market these .

$2,000 for an Ounce of Gold Seems
Like the Only Bet Worth Making

By Monday, August 1, 2011
It’s pretty clear that the economy will be in a slow growth state for quite some time and the most important economic statistic to follow will be consumer spending. We know that the economy is going to be lackluster for the next several years, because government spending will continue to be reduced, putting pressure on any income growth. It’s the age of austerity and it’s going to last for quite a while.

Nobody Likes It, But this Market Sector Carries the Biggest Stick

By Wednesday, July 6, 2011
It’s funny how investor sentiment can change on a dime. An expectation gets created for a solution to a problem, the action occurs, then it’s okay for investors to buy stocks. Institutional investors—or traders more particularly—always do this. It’s the game of the equity speculation business and it’s a reflection of human nature.

The Best Stock Advice I Can Give: Take the Time to Do This & Your Game Will Improve

By Friday, April 8, 2011
I want to bring to your attention what a great stock market investment looks like. In this case, it’s a silver stock, and I chose this particular company for a reason—because it’s a great example of the ultimate “package” that an investor can hope to find in the huge universe known as the stock market. I’ve always found it a great exercise to review stock market winners of the past. That’s right; I like to look up stocks that I didn’t own that made a ton of money for those lucky shareholders who owned it at the right time.

Predicting the Future—All You Need Are the Two R’s: Railroads and Retailers

By Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Even the most seasoned institutional equity investor is asking him or herself, “…so now what?” There really is a lull in the equity trading action and volume is low. We’re not quite into first-quarter earnings season and corporations aren’t saying much. The economic data are mediocre at best and the stock market has already gone up tremendously. So, it really is a time when everyone is wondering what’s going to happen next.

Great News for the Bank Stocks;
But Why I Won’t Buy Them

By Friday, March 25, 2011
The big U.S. banks must be ecstatic. After 100 people at the Federal Reserve ended their review of major U.S. banks, the Fed concluded that some of the largest banks in this country could increase their dividends, buy back shares and repay government loans.

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