My True Wealth Systems readers are up 35% in just four months on one trade... How are we up so much? We made a massively contrarian bet. In March, we placed a short-term bet on lower oil prices. We were so confident in the trade that we made it with "leverage" to increase our
JPMorgan Chase reported strong first-quarter results, topping Wall Street’s forecasts forearnings and revenue handily, and the bank’s CEO Jame Dimon gave an upbeat assessment of U.S. consumers and businesses.
The nation’s largest bank by assets reported a 17% rise in net income of$6.4 billion and earnings per share of $1.65, beating analysts forecast of $1.52 by 13 cents,....More>>>
Stocks continue to print new highs. And many continue to doubt the rally–as they have for much of the post-crisis recovery.
They continue to say stocks are priced for perfection, implying that stocks are expensive, and/or that investors are assuming a perfect presidency from Trump. But remember, we’ve talked about the massive fundamental and technical performance gap that has....More>>>
Our search for a dividend growth stock or two continues as we plumb the depths of the 52-week low list for an out of favor dividend growth stocks to invest in. A week or so ago we looked into Hormel Foods (NYSE:HRL) as a potential candidate and placed it on our list of possible investments.
Sometimes the market gets fairly excited about a perceived significant event causing a lot of would-be investors to jump into an investment without properly weighing all the potential risks and outcomes. Cobas Asset Management invested in Teekay Corporation (TK) to the tune of about 4 million sha
U.S. equities are inching higher on Friday thanks to a strong jobs report for June that basically reinforced the status quo: Good payroll gains, a slight increase in the unemployment rate and an ongoing rate of wage inflation. Tech stocks keep flapping around, rebounding higher but within th
Like parades and fireworks,Independence Day cookouts are a holiday tradition. But hosting one can get priceyif you dont watch your budget. Hereare some tips for hostinga fabulous cookout this Fourth of July without going broke, courtesy of Sarah Spigelman Richter, a food reporterbased in Manhatta