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Portfolio Manager David Peltier tells investors what signs to look for to avoid a dividend cut.
After a run up this morning, stocks retreated in the afternoon led by Cliffs Natural Resources weak earnings report.
These names that have good revenue growth and sell cheaply on the basis of book value.
Portfolio Mgr. David Peltier @dividendsguru launches his new dividend newsletter with a live #DSAchat on Twitter
Portfolio Mgr. David Peltier tells investors what to expect in Wednesday's trading.
If there's a catalyst in tow, that sentiment shift could make for a risk-reward sweet spot.
Use out-of-the-money long-term options and bull-call spreads on unloved stocks or sectors.
The sector is primed for a rebound, with AKS Steel and Cliffs Natural Resources forging the way.
This stock has been beaten down far too low, and I'm now considering buying it back.
Betting on the unknowable is not my style, so here's a hedging strategy that should work no matter who wins.
John Burke, president of Burke Financial Strategies, says fears about slowdowns in China and Brazil are overblown.
A scan of disparate stocks reveals three that have promising technical patterns.
A few housekeeping notes. Major indices managed to turn mostly green late in the day, despite dragging IBM (IBM) around like an anchor. That was a resilient performance, indicative of an overall bullish mentality. A few housekeeping notes: Stephanie...
I like the risk-reward with natural gas or possibly a few beaten-down coal plays overnight.
Cliffs Natural Resources should benefit from China's infrastructure overhaul. You may not have been impressed with data out of China over the weekend, which revealed weak growth in exports and falling imports, along with slowing industrial productio...