We remain in a seasonally bullish period for stocks, states Joe Duarte, editor of In the Money Options.
There was a lot of news over the weekend that oil traders eagerly awaited, and the general gist is that demand will get better, and supplies will get tighter, states Phil Flynn of PRICE Futures Group.
The collapse of the third-largest cryptocurrency exchange is stunning. A fortune was created and lost in almost unfathomable ways, asserts Adam Johnson, editor of Bullseye Brief.
We sense a change in the air—a sense that the old stories of rising prices and case counts, of shortage and disruption, have lost their bite and ability to move markets—it’s all in the price, states Jay Pelosky of TPW Advisory.
The Federal Reserve's interest rate hike campaign, in conjunction with layoffs from mega firms such as Meta Platforms (META) and Amazon (AMZN), have put the tech sector in focus of late, observes Jake Scott, deputy editor of Schaeffer Investment Research.
Starwood Property Trust (STWD) has been one of our portfolio stocks since our very first June 2014 issue; over the years, it has become our largest position, notes Tim Plaehn, editor of The Dividend Hunter.
The S&P 500 rose 5.4% in price in November, for its second-consecutive monthly advance. The last time the S&P 500 was able to post successive gains was August 2021, recalls chief investment strategist Sam Stovall in CFRA Research's flagship newsletter, The Outlook.
Williams-Sonoma (WSM) is a specialty retailer that operates home furnishing and houseware brands, such as Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn, West Elm, Rejuvenation, Mark and Graham, and others, explains Ben Reynolds, editor of Sure Dividend.
The greatest trick the market ever pulled was convincing investors that we're not in a bull market, exclaims JC Parets of AllStarCharts.com.
Bears started Friday with all guns blazing. The S&P 500 (SPX) splattered to an early 1.2% loss on a crazy hot November payrolls report, states Jon Markman, editor of Strategic Advantage.
Most companies sell the latest or hot topic items but they don't give you a real explanation of why to buy or what the market is for your coins.
"Stagflation is a period of stagnant economic growth accompanied by persistently high inflation and a sharp rise in unemployment." With no end in sight to the current inflation and the equities markets turning bearish, Rich Checkan will share what you can do to weather this stagflationary storm.
Getchell Gold Corp. has just finished its third successful season of exploration at Fondaway Canyon, Nevada, where the company has discovered new gold zones and expanded the known mineralized zones. The Company's first mineral Resources report is expected to be released before the end of 2022 - Learn more about this Nevada story from President Mike Sieb.
It's not enough to be right about gold and silver. If you want to make money, you have to be right ON TIME. In my presentation, I'm going to show you three trading techniques that are invaluable for anyone trading or investing in gold, silver, and/or mining stocks. It's not just theory either—these are the ones that helped me pick two 2022 bottoms and buy mining stocks on March 13, 2020--practically right at the bottom.
Join Garret Patten and Zac Mannes of Stock Waves to learn how they use Elliott Wave to stay on top of rotation opportunities between sector ETFs and get clues as to what the broad market will do.
After hearing from the ETF experts for two days, Pat Dunwoody will provide an overview of the industry, debunk several of the ETF myths that continue to exist, and share the overall view of the strength and future of the industry. This will confirm that ETFs are the right investment vehicles for your portfolio.
The TINA acronym is often used to inspire optimism for low-performing markets as we've seen in 2022. With a growing ETF market and investors looking to explore alternatives, our industry-leading panelists share what ETF types investors should consider, from rising industries and ESG to factor ETFs, as well as the ETF strategies and products that make sense right now and into 2023.
Please join Horizons ETFs for a covered call conversation with Brock Smusiak, AVP business development, Horizons ETFs, as he discusses: why use a covered call strategy, active covered call ETFs, covered call writing strategies, and adding diversification to your equity portfolio.
Over the past 31 years, there have been 26 market corrections. During that time, active management has outperformed passive management 19 out of 26 times, with an average rate of outperformance of 1.48%. Join Lisa Langley as she discusses how to best utilize actively managed ETFs to mitigate risk in volatile market conditions.
Why the thesis for a multi-year bull market for oil still holds, the generational opportunity in energy stocks and the catalysts that Eric believes will re-rate energy stocks meaningfully higher.