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The RMPIA easily outpaced the main indexes for 2020, but slipped 1.7% last month.
As power has changed hands in the White House, we can expect these names -- and themes -- to benefit.
Four experts highlight their favorite dividend stocks for 2021.
The company's size and scale are nearly unmatched in its sector.
I had thought markets were smitten with the idea of gridlock. Now, they seem laser focused on looser fiscal policy as a catalyst.
There is one standout performer among this portfolio of a dozen stocks that struggled last year, but most haven't moved all that much after just a month.
It's one of the most hated members of the Dow -- WBA -- and it's set to outperform.
As we enter the new year, there's little time to reflect on RMPIA's strong performance. Now, it's all eyes on the 12 months ahead of us.
We have to take both the private sector and the states out of the equation, and adopt the process that wiped out Polio.
It's time to start a new trading year.
From Amazon to Zoom, here are my prognostications and best ideas for the new year.
In 2021, let's support each other as we fight our way out of this mess. Let's learn how to love, and forget how to hate.
The stock hasn't done much of late, but perhaps FedEx's earnings report Thursday will offer clues of what's going on in delivery.
The Russell 2000 is now up 7% for December, twice the increase for the Nasdaq Composite.
Vaccines are on the move (a big plus) even as members of Congress continue to dawdle on a fiscal support package (a big minus).
AER, GIII, SBH, and PSXP make the cut.
Looking ahead, and with a strong dividend, pullbacks in WBA's 2021 first half should be considered buying opportunities.
The RMPIA also tops other indexes for year, shooting ahead 29%.
A drugstore giant, a maker of office technology, a chicken producer and a shoe seller make up one-third of the 2021 Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio.
The battle to gain control over Covid-19 is entering a crucial stage and calls for continued determination.
None of these questions have been answered which is why I see chaos ahead as we can't even imagine this process working.
Basically, I think we laid out enough reasons for financial markets to revolt, yet they did not.
I've got 16 names to consider -- and one that's really a crafty one.