With the Fed announcing bazooka liquidity measures as selling took a breather, it allowed the market to rally back to the next level of resistance of around 2600. But now what?
Lost opportunity cost can really sting, but don't try to buy in when the surge is already done.
The current price of the big food distributor could produce substantial upside if the coronavirus crisis does not extend beyond a few months.
Consumer staples' recession-resistant qualities are highly appealing to income and dividend growth investors.
Panic always creates trading opportunities, and right now those opportunities lie in corporate bonds and preferred stocks.
These names should do well as long as the coronavirus is a threat, and still continue to grow once it is past.
These are not investable markets, yet. Wait it out, the damage is beyond a small fix now.
Apple and these other big names must break the December 2018 lows to reach an investable level again.
The exploding field of 'payments' is reshaping how both consumers and businesses do transactions.
In times like these, virtually all stocks are being sold indiscriminately. However, certain corners of the market are likely to fare much better.