This market is brutal. There’s no other way to put it. Between inflation, Fed tightening, China’s covid lockdown and the war in Ukraine, the economic outlook is incredibly murky at best. We all know markets hate uncertainty. Don’t Fight the Fed!
There’s no shortage of risks spooking investors these days. Today, I’ll show you why the best offense is a good defense.
The tech bear market has been brutal. High quality blue chips are down 20% since November while unprofitable, “concept” stocks have been getting clobbered since early 2021. But lately tech’s starting to get its mojo back. Is tech’s rebound for real?
It’s no secret stocks follow earnings and interest rates. We know inflation is pushing interest rates up, making stocks more volatile. That makes having a realistic take on earnings more important than ever.
Man, it’s ugly out there! Add up Ukraine, inflation, and COVID, and we’ve got a recipe for the big-time volatility we’re seeing. So, you may be wondering, is there anyone left to sell? Let’s dive in.
The last few years have been all about big gains. 2022 is shaping up to be the year of the dividend. And I believe that dividends make the difference in portfolios. Starting off I’ll show you why dividend strategies are catching on and what to look for. Then I’ll use the soon-to-be-released MAPsignals ETF scoring …
2022’s stock market is off to a rough start. US stocks aren’t the only ones on sale. Here is the best way to invest globally.
2022 is off to a rocky start. Today I’m going to cover which sectors perform well when rates rise… and also those that suffer. I want you prepared for 2022 if rates rise rapidly. So, let’s get to it.
Crypto is all over the news. And bitcoin is front and center. Today I’m laying out a bitcoin primer outlining the pros and cons. So, if you’ve ever wondered, Bitcoin boom or bust – I’ll show how to make a clear-eyed call.
As 2022 begins, investors can’t help but wonder how much gas is left in the tank for stocks. The S&P 500 has more than doubled since March 2020. The Fed tops the Wall Street worry list. Today we’ll cut through the noise to show you why the bears are likely wrong, again. Don’t fear the …