Casino stocks with exposure to Macao took a nosedive on Tuesday after a few announcements from the government. One was that COVID-19 cases are on the rise in the Chinese province of Fujian and that could result in fewer visitors to Macao. More concerning is potential government r
Companies rushed to have their employees work from home as governments imposed locked downs. This led to a goldrush in stay-at-home investments, particularly for technology firms. Software companies that enabled virtual meetings and remote working flourished while other sectors floundered.
Now that countries in the developed world have rolled out vaccinations, investors should consider hot post-pandemic stocks that are poised to soar.
The hardest-hit sectors of the pandemic market include tourism and travel. The energy and automotive markets also suffered from lower travel volumes.....More>>>
The stock market’s relentless march upward has pushed the prices of many companies higher. As investors bid up good and bad businesses alike, that can make it hard to discern which companies are the best dividend growth stocks for long-term investors.
That’s especially true in the world of dividend stocks, where income-starved investors face great temptation to reach for high-dividend stocks that offer juicy yields.
Fortunately, Simply Safe Dividends identified the 10 best dividend growth stocks that investors can rely on for secure, fast-growing income.
If you are a dividend investor, the current low interest rate environment has probably been very frustrating. There are high yielding stocks around, of course, but they’re often backed by struggling and/or financially weak companies. Investing in dividend stocks for the long-term means finding the right mix of yield, financial strength, and long-term opportunity.
If you’re looking for healthy, long-term dividend stocks, there are three names that should be on your watch list: integrated oil giant ExxonMobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM), food maker Hormel Foods Corporation (NYSE:HRL),....More>>>
U.S. equity markets have been much choppier so far in 2018, to say the least. Volatility has doubled. February saw the first market correction in two years. And since then, U.S. stocks have swung back and forth, with a number of big one-day moves along the way.
One of the more recent catalysts of the market’s nervousness has been an increasing fear of a trade war. What started with tariffs on imported aluminum and steel could end … well, anywhere. Given that the U.S. and China alone traded over $650 billion in goods and services, a tit-for-tat escalation could hurt both economies.....More>>>
With the first Presidential Debate over with, our Elite Opportunity Pronewsletter had this to say about what to invest in if Hillary Clinton were to win the election:
Should Clinton end up being the chosen one, the results are likely to favor those multi-nationals with above average exposure to revenue from abroad, various areas of tech, big data and anything else that is likely to benefit from the big getting bigger.
These aren’t political opinions, these are strictly observations I’ve made over the years and years of watching how our Presidents have affected various....More>>>
While vaccinations continue to support the recovery, the number of infections from the delta variant has shaken people up quite a bit. As a result, investors could be feeling incrementally more cautious about reopening plays.
Added to that are concerns about the end of government sup
Uber (NYSE:UBER) and DoorDash (NYSE:DASH) are fierce rivals in the online food delivery market. Uber Eats, which was launched in 2014 to complement Uber's core ride-hailing business, now operates in more than 6,000 cities across 45 countries. It also acquired Postmates last December to boost it
It's always interesting to see what billionaire investors are doing with their money. Sure, you can't match their gains simply by copying every single one of their stock picks, but it can still be helpful (and fru
Terreno Realty (TRNO Quick QuoteTRNO ) recently announced the execution of a lease with a global logistics and supply-chain provider for a property in Gardena, CA. The lease for the 114,000 square feet of space will begin upon expiration of the current lease on Jan 31, 2022. Precisely,
Sanderson Farms, Inc. (NASDAQ:SAFM) has been given an average rating of "Hold" by the nine brokerages that are currently covering the stock, Marketbeat Ratings reports. Seven research analysts have rated the stock with a hold recommendation and one has issued a strong buy recommendation on