In a recession, we want to own consumer staples. In a weak-dollar scenario, we want to own U.S. companies that earn a substantial portion of their income overseas. One name accomplishes both.
Thanks to their exceptionally high distribution yields, these vehicles are attractive candidates for income-oriented investors.
Some investors consider coal stocks dead from a long-term perspective. This is far from true.
Can a hand-selected group of stocks outperform and entire universe of 'triple nets'?
As we turn the page on the year, indexes take a turn for the better.
Potential for the start of significant commercial sales along with the confidence of the insider buyers makes this choice attractive, but don't forget to manage the trade.
High levels of crowd bearish sentiment remain a potential catalyst for the markets.
The combination of rising dividends and simultaneous share buybacks can be powerful.
Funny how re-openings work after forced shutdowns fail in one way or another.
Now is the time to reflect on how you will prepare for the year ahead.