Medical Device Stocks To Fall In Love With

Heart MachineLooking for some great healthcare device stocks? They found them! Today’s article focuses on three that may have your stock heart skipping a few beats. Here’s how they found them, “TheStreet Ratings projects a stock’s total return potential over a 12-month period including both price appreciation and dividends. Based on 32 major data points, TheStreet Ratings uses a quantitative approach to rating over 4,300 stocks to predict return potential for the next year. The model is both objective, using elements such as volatility of past operating revenues, financial strength, and company cash flows, and subjective, including expected equities market returns, future interest rates, implied industry outlook and forecasted company earnings.” To read more, CLICK HERE.

Danger But Don’t Worry

Danger“Highway to the Danger Zone I’ll take you Right into the Danger Zone” Those are lyrics from Kenny Loggins’ Danger Zone and today’s article wants to think about enter the danger zone of your retirement. Sounds scary but don’t worry, they’re here to help. Here’s what they had to say, “Are you prepared to enter the danger zone? That’s the time right around retirement when you have accumulated savings and are on the verge of drawing them down. A wrong move or a significant bear market at that point can have an outsized effect on your future financial life. The question is, what constitutes a wrong move? Many experts argue that those years are a time to pull in your horns and ratchet down the risk in your investments.” To read more, CLICK HERE.

How To Determine When You’re Ready

Senior Couple Calculating BudgetAre you a baby boomer who might have to work well into your 80s? If so, you’re not alone. But you don’t have to be one of those statistics. Today’s article discusses how to determine when the right time for you to retire. Here’s what they had to say, “The important question anyone considering retirement needs to ask is this: How do I want to spend my retirement years, and how much money do I need to do it? Look at your finances When determining when to retire, a good place to start is to check your finances and determine what effect — if any — your retirement will have on your family. The decision can be an easy one if you have a healthy, robust financial portfolio. However, if investing proved to be a difficult goal to achieve in life, then it’s best to look at how much money you actually need to maintain your current lifestyle, or consider downsizing.” To read more, CLICK HERE.

To Buy Or Not To Buy

Oil-drumsIt’s no secret that has prices have slowly but surely been back on the rise especially now because oil is trading at around $60. Today’s article discusses whether investing in oil and energy stocks now is the way to go. Here’s what they had to say, “Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAC) put out a note last week telling clients now is the time to buy. Hedge funds have already pounced. The 50 largest hedge funds bought a lot of energy stocks (e.g. Williams Partners (WPZ), Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) and Kinder Morgan (KMI)) in the first quarter, according to their latest stock disclosures.” To read more, CLICK HERE.

Looking To Semi-Retire? Read This!

Feet On The BeachToday’s article explains what it means to semi-retire and how you can plan ahead to make the most out of your partial retirement. Here’s what they had to say, “The best type of semi-retirement is the planned kind, where you don’t mind, or at least don’t hate, working while many of your peers are lounging on a beach in Florida (or at least that’s what they’re telling you on Facebook). Whether on purpose or out of necessity, 42 percent of working-age Americans plan to semi-retire before fully retiring, according to a recently released report from the bank HSBC, which in August and September 2014 surveyed 1,000 Americans age 25 and up about their long-term financial futures.” To read more, CLICK HERE.

Your Retirement And The Supreme Court

GavelBet you didn’t think you’d ever thank the Supreme Court when it came to your retirement but you may be doing it soon. Today’s article explains how the court ruled in favor of the investor and what that means for your retirement. Here’s what they had to say, “You many not know much about ERISA, the body of rules that governs retirement accounts. But chances are you have a 401(k). That means Monday’s Supreme Court decision could indirectly lower investment fees you’re paying. And that’s great news.” To read more, CLICK HERE.


Check Out These Hotel, Resort and Cruise Stocks

Royal CaribbeanToday’s article discusses the top three hotel, resort and cruise stocks and why you may want to consider adding them to your portfolio. Here’s how they found the best stocks for you, “TheStreet Ratings projects a stock’s total return potential over a 12-month period including both price appreciation and dividends. Based on 32 major data points, TheStreet Ratings uses a quantitative approach to rating over 4,300 stocks to predict return potential for the next year.” To read more about the stocks, CLICK HERE.

Stocks With Possible Bullish Breakout

DiamondToday’s article highlights seven stocks you’ll want to check out. Here’s what they had to say, “Chart watchers take great pride in identifying diamonds in the rough for their clients. Janney Montgomery Scott technical analyst Dan Wantrobski screened the universe of stocks that are covered by his firm. This slide show highlights seven sleeper stocks he found that have attractive chart patterns, trends and bases that showed potential for bullish breakouts this summer.” To check them out and to read more, CLICK HERE.

Don’t Make This Mistake

Burning-MoneyDo you have an extra $43,000 lying around to spend? Or do you wish you were $43,000 richer? I know I wouldn’t mind the extra cash. Today’s article discusses people are missing out on cash and it’s costing them thousands of dollars. Here’s what they had to say, “People are panicked about having enough money for retirement. Yet millions of workers are leaving thousands of dollars on the table every year because they’re not doing one thing: Contributing enough to receive a full employer matching contribution to their 401(k).’ To read more, CLICK HERE.

The Best Investments For Your Retirement

SafeDo you have an emergency fund? Where do you keep it? Is keeping a portion of your money in an actual safe too safe? Today’s article features ten of the best retirement investments. Here’s one of them, “You always want to keep a portion of your retirement investments in safe alternatives. The primary goal of any safe investment is to protect what you have rather than generate a high level of current income. I recommend all retirees have some type of reserve account (an emergency fund). This account should not be included as an asset available to produce retirement income. It is there as a safety net; something to turn to for unforeseen expenses that may come up in retirement.” To see all ten and to read more, CLICK HERE.