The vast majority of the universe of ETFs are vulnerable to market dislocations.
We saw the narrowest trading range for the S&P 500 fund SPY since mid-February, and narrow ranges can be bullish.
You can put your capital out there and hope that other investors are willing to pay more for it later, or you can buy streams of cash flow and reinvest them. Guess which one I would do.
I prefer to stick with wrapping positions in collars or using covered calls or stock replacement.
Remember, a group can outperform by dropping less than the comparison group.
While there will be bumps, thuds and even some damage, 2020 will by no means bring about an end to dividend investing.
It's time to put on your thinking cap and reject the group think investment strategies that have dominated the market for the past three years.
The seeds of this government takeover of markets were planted more than a decade ago.
The Fed's move is going to work on the financial side. The virus side? That's the big issue.
With indications that new coronavirus cases may be plateauing and that stimulus measure are getting in gear, there are reasons for hope.