When it comes to investors piling into small-cap companies that are developing potential treatments or vaccines for COVID-19 – and causing shares of those companies to take off – Europe is no different than the U.S., with some small-cap biotech names in Europe having seen four-fold gains. Today’s article looks at a number of those companies – and whether investors are likely to end up disappointed. For more, CLICK HERE.
Morgan Stanley’s chief US equity strategist believes that stocks hit their true bottom on March 23rd – and that the current rally could well lead to a true recovery. To prepare for the next bull run, he’s advising clients to buy into small-cap stocks, so today’s article highlights “three micro-cap penny stock companies with super-low entry costs (a dollar per share or less) and huge upside potential (greater than 90% in the year to come).” 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
Among the three stocks highlighted in today’s article as being strong candidates for a spot in your retirement portfolio is a stock that seems to possess everything a retiree could possibly want in a stock: a generous dividend, stability, a discounted share price and a respectable rate of earnings growth. For the stock in question – and the two other dividend-paying stocks singled out by the authors as potentially deserving spots in your retirement portfolio – CLICK HERE.
When it comes to building retirement wealth, the author of today’s article points out that “one of the best strategies is also the simplest: Buy shares in great companies, and hold forever.” “Great”, however, doesn’t necessarily mean flashy and exciting. The author proceeds to highlight three stocks that may be considered rather boring, but which could nonetheless be helpful in building retirement wealth. To find out what these three stocks are – including one that has been beating the likes of Amazon and Apple despite its boring business – 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.