Let's look at three tasty options for those willing to put their money where their mouth is.
Contrary to popular opinion, since December 1999, shares of small-cap and mid-cap companies posted far superior total returns than mega-cap stocks. Here's what that means for how to invest now.
Similar to biotech, the small adtech space has been hammered in recent quarters and has likely hit oversold territory.
Here's why you should go for the gusto with market-sensitive stocks.
Let me tell you how well I did from 2000 through 2007, while the S&P was floundering -- and how you can position yourself now ... instead of sitting on your hands, fretting the worst.
All of the major cruise lines are suffering from their own form of long Covid, and they largely lacked a government lifesaver. Here's why even the best of the businesses looks like a sinking stock ... for now.
Let's revisit Interface after another earnings beat and see the best way to play it.
Despite an earnings miss, DVAX show promise in several vaccine fronts and I'm doubling down on the name.
I would be a buyer of these calls looking for a strong move higher.
Here's what happens when you buy companies that never made money, such as Peloton, Carvana and Teladoc.
I see another great chance to own this asset management company.
Here's how I would play the XLP right now.
Estee Lauder is a lesson in how stocks move to their true values over time.
Value stocks are now cheaper than near the Internet and tech top of 1999-2000. Why wait another 20 years this kind of chance?
Here's a play on Cathie Wood's ARK Innovation fund.
We see a trading opportunity around a fast-growing name whose shares have been hit hard.
Here's a contrary indicator that gives us a clue about where the bottom could be ... and my challenge to you.
With Apple and Amazon set to report, here's how I see trading the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust fund.
With so much uncertainty with near-term problems, it's nice to be able to have a built-in margin of safety.
I think we could see KO pull back over the next couple of days.
These products offer traders the ability to speculate, or hedge interest-rate risk, in a relatively conservative and comfortable manner.
The large decline in the sector is starting to bring many names back down to more than reasonable valuations.
Retailers like Costco and Walmart give their shoppers bargains -- but their stock buyers, not so much. Let's go through several names that offer great buys right now -- and I'm betting they'll pay off.
This is a great retailer, but the stock is another story. Let me explain why I wouldn't touch it -- and how to approach it if you can't say no.
I would be a buyer of these calls.
XPO logistics is a bargain-priced transportation name that should be in demand. Here's how to invest in it.
Let's revisit an old favorite I recommended in the early months of the pandemic -- and still looks good.
Then why not apply the same logic to stocks. Trucking firm J.B. Hunt is a true 'left to right' growth, modestly undervalued name.
Reward to risk on Interface is skewed incredibly positive and it's at a great price right now.
It's a suitable time to focus on low and limited-risk speculative plays. Let's take a look at the yen and cattle futures.