Jim Pearce began his career as a stockbroker in 1983 and over the years has managed client investment portfolios for major banks, brokerage firms, and investment advisors. Jim has a BA in Business Management from The College of William & Mary and earned the CFP designation from the College for Financial Planning in 1999..
A cursory glance at a stock chart for data center real estate investment trust Digital Realty Trust (DLR) might lead one to believe that the company hasn’t been doing much lately, observes Jim Pearce, editor of Investing Daily's Personal Finance.
If you asked someone to describe the ideal equity income play, their response would probably be a company that pays a high dividend yield plus price appreciation equal to or greater than the overall stock market, notes Jim Pearce, editor of Investing Daily's Personal Finance.
The stock market has high expectations for companies this year. In some cases, even great results aren’t good enough to satisfy Wall Street’s insatiable demand for growth, cautions Jim Pearce, chief investment strategist of Investing Daily'sPersonal Finance.
Over the first half of this year, pharmaceutical giant AbbVie (ABBV) has traded in a narrow range while meme stocks, cryptocurrencies, and other get-rich-quick schemes have diverted investor attention away from more conventional equities, explains Jim Pearce, editor of Investing Daily's Personal Finance.