The Nasdaq’s impressive rally appears to be running out of steam. Last week, the index fell 4.2% and is currently down 10% from its September highs. Plenty of analysts say this bull run reminds them of the 2000 dot-com bubble. … Continue reading No, the Nasdaq’s rally is not like the dot-com bubble of 2000
Store Capital Corporation (NYSE: STOR) is a REIT which invests in Single-Tenant Operational Real Estate (STORE) such as chain restaurants, supermarkets, health clubs, education, retail, service, and distribution facilities. In February, STOR’s stock crashed along with the overall market. In … Continue reading Store Capital Corp: A REIT With Great Upside Potential
This series of articles will provide you with the necessary knowledge to start investing with confidence. Today, we start by dispelling some of the most common biases held against the stock market. Continue reading How to Invest in Stocks. 1 – Getting Rid of Bias
Remember Michael Bury from the Wolf of Wall Street? After predicting the collapse of the financial markets, he declared his intention of investing in water. In hindsight, this appears like an inspired bet: While 70% of the Earth is covered … Continue reading [ETF] 2 Water ETFs to Diversify your Portfolio
The $6 trillion bailout currently being debated in Congress will ensure that more than 90% of American taxpayers will receive a check from the United States government. Here are the main provisions of the proposed bailout: INDIVIDUALS: Single adults with … Continue reading Checks Will Take Weeks to Reach Americans. Also, No Bailout for Cruise Lines?