Sick and tired of looking at your portfolio and it letting you down week after week? Today’s article looks into alternative investments and why you may want to look into them but what the heck are they? “So-called alternative investments are generally defined as anything that falls outside traditional stock and bond investments and whose role is to potentially zig when the broader markets zag. The goal is to mitigate portfolio volatility, hedge against downsides and boost portfolio returns in a way that is not tied directly to the stock market’s performance.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article explains why if you’re in bank stocks, you may want to hold on to them and if you’re not, you may want to look into getting them. Here’s what they had to say, “While U.S. banks’ balance sheets are in the best shape seen in decades, their stocks are trading at lows seen during the latest recession, Barron’s columnist Andrew Bary’s wrote, citing analysts. Bank stocks began the year off 13%, he noted, with the largest banks notching the steepest losses. Analysts say the selloff makes them some of the best bargains in the market, he added.” To read more, CLICK HERE.