Anticipating that the market will continue to stage a recovery, and possibly even return to all-time highs next year, the author of today’s article notes that “investors are scanning the Street for compelling plays, hoping to snap up stocks before share prices set off on an upward trajectory. For more risk-tolerant investors, penny stocks, or names trading for less than $5 per share, are taking center stage.” As such, she proceeds to highlight two “Strong Buy” rated biotech penny stocks with “sky-scraping upside potential”. For more, CLICK HERE.
“Instead of worrying about how far share prices will fall or how widely the coronavirus will spread, think about the opportunities,” advises the author of today’s article, who proceeds to outline four opportunities he sees currently – including an opportunity for retirees who need cash from their homes. For more, CLICK HERE
Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and Nordstrom are among the companies that have been targets of a President Trump Twitter attack, and the share prices of the companies Trump goes after almost always drop in the immediate aftermath. But are there lasting effects? Today’s article looks at what the Wall Street Journal’s “Trump Target Index” – which tracks the post-attack performance of 12 stocks that have been the target of Trump tweets in the past year – indicates. What does this index show, and what’s the lesson for investors? CLICK HERE to find out.