Here is our latest monthly series: Best Dividend Stocks April 2021. Focusing on great dividend stocks might be the holy grail of investing. Here are the 5 stocks on our radar this month.
Here’s a new monthly series: Best Growth Stocks April 2021. We are all about growth stocks here at MAPsignals. These are the 5 stocks on our radar this month. These videos showcase a simple process to find high-quality growth stocks.
There’s good, there’s great, and then there’s MAPsignals. There…I said it. In this business, no one else is going to pound the drum for us, so we have to do it ourselves; especially when our stock picks go into beast mode.
At MAPsignals, we live by the numbers. But sometimes data can change its mind. We interpret it and deliver those results. We seek to surf the data and react to what it’s telling us at that moment. Of course, you can try to anticipate it, but that means sometimes you can get it wrong. That’s …
There is no doubt that the V-shaped recovery for stocks has been swift. You can see below the returns for many indices since the Christmas low.
Ollie’s Bargain Outlet Holdings, Inc. (OLLI) has shown unusual selling in the shares in late 2018. We are noticing that selling is slowing lately, plus the company just increased guidance.
When markets are taking a beating like they are now, we look for prior leaders under pressure. In this article we have our eyes on Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN), Mastercard Inc. (MA), Facebook, Inc. (FB), NVIDIA Corp. (NVDA), & Ciena Corp. (CIEN).
Facebook, Inc. (FB) shares have been out of favor for a while. The selling has been slowing and the stock could be setting up for higher levels.
Markets are tough right now. It won’t always be this way. We believe it pays to keep grounded and look for opportunities in all environments. This article showcases MSFT, TTD, XLNX, PLNT, & DPZ as worth a look.
General Electric, Co. (GE) has been under immense pressure this year and this has coincided with large unusual selling activity. This stock has been on our bottom 10 report many times in 2018. Read the article here.