Labor Day isn’t just the symbolic end of summer. It’s typically a turning point for the stock market.
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By Chris Preston | Aug 28, 2014
If you’re like me, an army of nine- and 10-year-old kids wearing backpacks and new sneakers have suddenly appeared on the corner of your street every morning.
By Chris Preston | Aug 26, 2014
It feels strange to talk about safe investments with stocks at all-time highs. Nevertheless, here are the three best dividend stocks to buy in September.
By Chris Preston | Aug 25, 2014
Russia and Ukraine. Israel and Palestine. Argentina default, Portuguese debt, a possible third Iraq war. All of those geopolitical events have threatened to derail this bull market. But Q2 earnings saved the day … at least for now. Click here to learn about the safest income opportunities during this unique time in history of low yields [...]
By Chris Preston | Aug 23, 2014
Think your favorite income investment has been especially generous in its dividend growth lately? The numbers say they could afford to be a lot more generous.
By Chris Preston | Aug 22, 2014
A look inside Q2 earnings may foretell what’s ahead for this ongoing market rally.
By Chris Preston | Aug 20, 2014
Want evidence that the sky hasn’t fallen yet on Wall Street? All you have to do is look at what our analysts were covering this week at Wyatt Investment Research.
By Chris Preston | Aug 19, 2014
With interest rates still near zero, the perception is that this is a golden age of dividend investing. In reality, most dividend payers are becoming mysteriously unwilling to cough up much of their cash.
By Chris Preston | Aug 15, 2014
Obamacare has essentially been a logistical nightmare since its inception. But it has been a boon for one very specific sector of the stock market. Since open enrollment for President Obama’s national healthcare plan began last October, hospital stocks have gone through the roof. Shares of the five largest publicly traded U.S. hospital companies are [...]
By Chris Preston | Aug 12, 2014
A year ago, the largest stock in the world was in freefall. After hitting an all-time high of $700 in September 2012, Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) shares tanked for more than nine months, falling more than 44%. Some Wall Street pundits wondered aloud whether Apple’s best days were behind it. To many investors, Apple was no [...]