I'm going to show you how to find the best strike price for selling covered calls, writes Markus Heitkoetter of Rockwell Trading.
For today’s trade of the day, we will be looking at a Daily Price chart for Boston Scientific Corporation (BSX), states Chuck Hughes of Hughes Optioneering.
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm helped sink oil by saying that it might take years to refill the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, states Phil Flynn of PRICE Futures Group.
They say patience is a virtue. Slowing down and formulating a plan is useful in many aspects of life, especially the stock market, states Lucas Downey of Mapsignals.com.
Equities are back in the proverbial soup due to banking stability concerns, with futures sharply lower in the early going. Gold and silver continue to hang in just fine, though, while Treasuries are rallying sharply. Oil is down and the dollar is higher.
What happened this week? Stocks get walloped after Fed Chairman “JJ” Powell raised rates by 25 basis points. Testimony about bank deposit guarantees from Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen takes some of the blame. Investors should get their “shopping lists” handy in response, recommends Kenny Polcari, managing partners at Kace Capital Advisors LLC.
Higher interest rates leave less margin for error for markets. But once the Fed is done raising rates, I expect bond yields to come down gradually and the share price of companies like American Electric Power (AEP) to start rising, underscores Jim Pierce, editor of Investing Daily’s Personal Finance.
I’m relatively cautious on the stock market. But we should take a closer look at certain sectors and industries — particularly ones that will almost certainly continue to garner massive amounts of money no matter what happens next. Given the current state of geopolitics, the defense industry fits that bill, and General Dynamics (GD) is a sector leader, suggests Nilus Mattive, editor of Safe Money Report.
If you have been watching the “inside of the stock market” over the past six months or so, you’ve been able to see the increasingly popular “soft landing” narrative regarding the direction of the economy play out in prices, states Jesse Felder of TheFelderReport.com.
The chart of the day belongs to the Mexican airport operator Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte (OMAB), states Jim Van Meerten of BarChart.com.
David Morgan will share how to earn strong cash flow with just a few top-tier mining companies.
Technical analyst and author of The Technical Trader, Harry Boxer will share the strategies he's used in almost half a century of charting the markets. Join Harry as he demonstrates his time-tested strategies and learn how to build your focus list for the session, play opening gaps and early session patterns, draw trend lines, set targets, and stops, and determine your time horizon and when to swing trade.
Dr. Selma Hepp will discuss current trends in the housing market including sales, inventory, prices, regional differences, risks and opportunities going forward, and what the likely outcome is for the current housing cycle.
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Maritime shipping has recently been in the spotlight due to supply constraints, demand dislocation, port congestion, and several other factors. Although containerships have had their moment in the sun and the supercycle seems complete, there is a serious vessel supply shortage looming in other segments including the dry bulk and tanker sectors, further compounded by uncertainty around Russia oil sanctions and the related oil price cap, which could manifest into outsized gains for savvy investors. J Mintzmyer, a renowned global maritime shipping expert, will walk investors through key industry segments and offer insights on which segments and companies appear best positioned for trades or investments during 2023. Join me for the latest global trade commentary as well as an educational seminar on a fascinating, but often overlooked, a key segment of the global economy. You won't want to miss this one: J's curated shipping model portfolios returned an average of 136% in 2021 and 55% in 2022. Many of these top picks were shared on previous MoneyShow events!
The multi-trillion-dollar travel industry is about to undergo a major disruption as we recover from Covid-19 and as the millennial generation now becomes the major customer set. We all travel, so these upcoming changes will affect everyone. More importantly, knowing about these coming changes before they happen can help you invest ahead of the curve and reap maximum profit. Learn about the technology the industry will need to recover from Covid-19 and to serve the millennial generation. More importantly, learn about the company that has pioneered the technology that solves these problems and installed it in some of the largest Hilton and Marriott hotels in the country. Kevin Bidner, a CEO with a $500M exit in his history, who heads up The Hotel Communication Network, gives an enlightening talk about how you can get ahead of the curve and benefit from the changes to come.
How to maximize growth and receive a reliable income from a 6% Dividend Yield from the best music of the last 60 years—classic rock (RS, Who, Kinks, Dire Straits) and one-hit wonders like Dancing in the Moonlight to modern Superstars like Drake, Eminem, JayZ, Justin Bieber, and Rihanna. MRI has tripled its dividend payout and stock price over the last four years with non-correlated streaming income.
The idea of a three-legged stool was coined by an actuary working for the Met in 1949 and has received wisdom from retirement planners, actuaries, and others for decades. And that three-legged stool, which theoretically was to provide the basis for a secure retirement, included social security provided by the government, a guaranteed pension. This was a pension, not a 401k, but a guaranteed defined benefit pension as most employers had in the '60s, explains Pete.
Join Nancy Tengler for this overview on inflation, recession, and how and where to invest now.
In this Eagle Financial Publications panel, Eagle's experts will discuss the key aspects needed to bring the bull market back... and what sectors will soar. Moderated by Roger Michalski. Panelists include Dr. Mark Skousen, Bryan Perry and Jim Woods.