Risk is one of the greatest enemies against growing and protecting your assets. There are two forms of risk: Unsystematic and systematic risk, write Pranav Singh and Brad Reinard, chief publishers at Monthly Cash Thru Options, an options advisory newsletter and educational service.
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CoreSite (COR) builds private data center facilities – the “roads” for the bustling information superhighway. It then collects tolls by leasing them back to its clients, explains Brett Owens, editor of Contrarian Outlook.
Intel (INTC) is the sort of “old” tech company that is gaining favor on Wall Street because of its pivot toward higher-growth markets in the technology space, notes Chuck Carlson, editor of DRIP Investor.
Following a soft year of performance in 2017, I’m upping my exposure to domestic energy infrastructure where there are more favorable tailwinds, both politically and structurally, explains Bryan Perry, editor of Cash Machine.
Cardinal Health (CAH) is one of the “big three” wholesale drug distributors in the United States along with AmerisourceBergen (ABC) and McKesson (MCK), notes Ben Reynolds, editor of Sure Dividend.
Nobody wants to invest in newspapers. So it’s not surprising that Torstar Inc. (Toronto: TS.B) — which publishes Canada’s largest circulation newspaper, The Toronto Star — has been a market disaster in recent years, asserts Gordon Pape, editor of The Income Investor.
Ecolab (ECL) provides water, hygiene, and energy technologies for customers in the chemical, mining, power generation and petroleum industries, and we believe is positioned well an infrastructure re-build, explains John Eade, analyst with Argus Research.
My Top Pick for conservative investors for 2018 is Templeton Emerging Markets Income Fund (TEI), a closed-end yield fund that pays monthly distributions and has $630 million under management, explains Vivian Lewis, international expert and editor of Global Investing.
Baker Hughes a GE Co. (BHGE) is my top aggressive stock pick for 2018. The company offers products, services and digital solutions to the international oil and gas community, explains Crista Huff, editor of Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor.
With interest rates expected to head higher in 2018, it’s assumed that fixed income would be a less than ideal place to be invested. Junk bonds, however, tend to behave more like stocks than bonds, suggests ETF expert David Dierking, editor of ETF Focus.
AES Corp. (AES) is by far the cheapest member of the Dow Jones Utility Average, with a p/e based on trailing 12-months earnings of only 9.9, and 8.7 times expected 2018 results, respectively, notes Roger Conrad, editor of Conrad's Utility Investor.
Praxair Inc. (PX) is a global supplier of industrial gases to diverse users in energy, electronics, medical, food & beverage and manufacturing, with fiscal 2016 revenues $10.5 billion, notes Bill Selesky, analyst with Argus Research.
Tanger Factory Outlet (SKT) is the only publicly-traded REIT specializing solely in the development, leasing, marketing and operations of outlet centers in the United States and Canada, notes Brad Thomas, editor of Forbes Real Estate Investor.
Ares Capital (ARCC) is a Business Development Company — or BDC — lending money to small and mid-sized companies and, like REITs, distributing essentially all of their net income to shareholders, notes Adrian Day, editor of The Global Analyst.
I went looking for the seemingly impossible: A stock that offers high earnings-growth potential, while trading at a reasonable valuation. You’re not gonna find too many of those in this market, asserts Ari Charney, editor of Income Millionaire.
Our selection for a growth company is Macy’s (M), a growth oriented pick for 2018, notes Russ Kaplan in Frank, Fox & Hoagstrom’s Heartland Advisor.
In April 2016, hotel and gaming company MGM Resorts International (MGM) spun-off about two-thirds of its hotel properties into a new real estate investment trust (REIT) IPO, says Tim Plaehn, editor of The Dividend Hunter.
Most dividend aristocrats gain their titles after a quarter-century – Omega Healthcare Industries (OHI) is making an accelerated case to be crowned in just six years’ time, explains Brett Owens, editor of Contrarian Outlook.
Now that tax reform has become a reality, many economists as well as many investors are anticipating a boom in GDP of at least north of 3%, asserts Jim Woods, editor of Successful Investing.