“While large-cap stocks might spike slightly on certain headlines, more times than not, penny stocks tend to experience a compound effect,” notes the author of today’s article, who proceeds to examine three penny stocks that have recently had big news – and what that news could mean for those stocks heading into the final week of July. For more, CLICK HERE.
Noting that we’re “beginning to see selectivity creep back into the marketplace following a period of indiscriminate buying”, the author of today’s article proceeds to identify the best sectors right now across large-cap, mid-cap and small-cap stocks, as well as a slew of “top scoring stocks” from those select sectors that may be the best buys for stock pickers right now. For more, CLICK HERE.
Can you retire on the S&P 500 alone? This is the question that the author of today’s article examines, stating the following: “For investors just starting out and dollar-cost-averaging into their ROTH IRAs or 401ks, an S&P 500 Index Fund can be a good foundational holding. But what about as you age and prepare to retire? Can a well-diversified large cap stock fund such as the S&P 500 (or a “Total” Stock Index) provide you the ongoing income you will need in your later years?” For his analysis of – and answer to – this question, CLICK HERE.