Navios Maritime Holdings Inc. Sponsored ADR Representing 1/100th Perpetual Preferred Series G (Marshall Islands) (NM-G)

4.62
NYSE
Prev Close 4.62
Day Low/High 0.00 / 0.00
52 Wk Low/High 2.83 / 15.60
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 2.00B
Market Cap 946.60M
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

If this stock performs like my previous pick you're in for a treat.

Don't read any further if you are squeamish... unless you want potentially attractive returns.

Expect money to flow out of hot stocks like Amazon and into names with better valuations.

This stock is ridiculously undervalued.

There's a herd mentality around FANG stocks, but herds tend to change direction quickly.

Performance of ETFs shows that riskier asset classes have outperformed safer bonds.

This isn't just 'normal volatility.'

And you should be, too.

For a change, owners aren't losing money by having their ships on the water.

The common stock likely won't see a dividend, but this stock should.

You should watch it to be aware of buying opportunities.

Taking a historical perspective can help you handle it.

There are strong indications that the market has indeed recovered.

DHT Holdings stands to gain from steady Chinese demand.

They remain bullish -- way bullish -- on dry-bulk shipping.

Shipping company's stock sets sail after ruling over port terminal.

Their underlying pricing has improved dramatically in recent months.

Shipping company's shares bob back to the surface after falling hard.

Shipping rates soar, aided by bumper soybean crop in Brazil and Argentina.

Maybe we shouldn't go that far, but a dry-bulk recovery could be in the works.

Bottom in shipping rates would be good for stock market.