Pfizer is a quality dividend stock that's now trading at a discount.
This is the first time since the downtrend began that it feels like a full-fledged bear market and not just a rolling correction, but there are some bright spots.
With Fed's toolbox emptied and a big stimulus package unlikely, here's what I see for the economy, credit markets, and ... yes, stocks.
The greedy are, at last, getting blown out, and the prudent being vindicated. I see three buckets of stocks that intrigue me now.
We've entered no man's land as we head toward the downhill slope of the week.
Aggressive selling has been going on for months.
What would I do with the stocks? NKE is a terrific story, and TSLA's run into Battery Day has to be burned off, and it will.
Weakness in the broad market averages could drag down Deere and Co.
Coming off Nike's strong report, Big 5 uses a strategy similar to TJX and even offers a dividend.
I don't know what's driving the fundamentals of SIRI.