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
Cannabis stocks are not all created equal. Limited moats, heavy governmental taxation and fierce black market competition mean it’s difficult for these companies to generate profits. As this young industry matures, certain companies are emerging as potential best of breed. … Continue reading The 6 Best Cannabis Stocks to Buy in 2020 (and 4 others!)
Here are the dividend stocks I’m looking at this month. Continue reading The Best Dividend Stocks to Buy in July 2020
Despite filing for bankruptcy, Hertz is planning on issuing $1 billion worth of common stock. Is this the Greater Fool Theory at work? Continue reading The “Greater Fool Theory in Action”: Hertz’s Bankruptcy Stock Offering
For the past two months, investors were betting on the reopening of the world’s major economies and the coronavirus being under control. On Thursday, after two and a half months of non-stop gains, the US markets had their worst session … Continue reading Will the Stock Market Crash Again?
On May 15th, 2020, Sorrento Therapeutics (Nasdaq: SRNE) made national headlines when its CEO declared they were developing an antibody cocktail which provides “100% inhibition” of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that leads to COVID-19, in preclinical studies. Henri Ji, Sorrento’s CEO, … Continue reading Here’s Why I’m Not Selling My Sorrento Therapeutics Stock
I love dividends. Specifically, I’m a big fan of Dividend Aristocrats. These are companies who have the enviable track record of increasing their dividend payments at least once a year for the past 25+ years. It’s very rare to find … Continue reading 3 Undervalued Dividend Aristocrats
Shark Tank’s Mr. Wonderful is investing in LSD. Should you? Continue reading Kevin O’Leary is Investing in an Obscure LSD Company…Pump and Dump or Visionary Investment?
This article contains affiliate links. I receive a small commission on each sale which allows me to provide more quality content for you. Social media is flooded with well crafted advertisements selling trading courses that promise quick returns. Their underlying … Continue reading Learn How to Trade Stocks from Trusted Sources
Federal Realty Investment Fund (NYSE: FRT) invests in shopping centers in the Northeastern United States, the Mid-Atlantic states, California, and South Florida. FRT’s Investors homepage boldy proclaims that “With an increased annual dividend rate for 52 consecutive years, we hold … Continue reading Caveat Emptor: Shopping Mall REIT in crisis