Every time President Trump rails against the media, he adds millions in market capitalization to The New York Times Company (NYT). So buying a few call options on NYT is virtually certain to pay off. If you’ve never traded options, fear not. I asked my senior analyst, Martin Hutchinson, to describe options so that a kindergartener would understand.
Each week, I cull together a collection of graphics to convey some important and timely investing insights. And this go-round, I’m covering the most hated bull market in history, the not-so-almighty dollar and the new age of electrification.
I’ve found that most folks will predictably fall into one of six personality classifications — from an investment perspective, that is. Knowing your “type” can be a difference-maker. Find out which one you are now…
In 2016, the S&P 500 rose 12% on a total return basis. But the average investor’s portfolio earned just 5%. In other words, the market beat the average Joe by more than double. Thanks to an innovative new company, though, investors’ luck could change overnight.
By virtue of its ambitious 7-for-1 split three years ago, Apple strategically made its shares much more attractive to investors. With shares running north of $1,000, will Amazon steal a page from Apple’s playbook and announce a similarly aggressive split? The timing for a major split to happen feels perfect.
This week, we’re profiling two sucker’s bets — and we’re being diplomatic about it. Then we’re finishing off the week with one of the surest bets in the market.
Momentum investing involves buying the stocks trending higher and shorting the market’s weakest-performing stocks. Today, Jonathan Rodriguez breaks down this strategy to show readers exactly how lucrative this strategy can be.
U.S. federal securities laws require all publicly traded companies to report quarterly earnings every three months. And the gains that follow a company’s stellar report come quick. Today, senior analyst Jonathan Rodriguez will show you the best places to look for the season’s outperformers.
The very first Bitcoin transaction seven years ago might have been the worst investment decision of all time. But since then, hundreds of cryptocurrencies have emerged — some of which are growing in value at an incredible rate. But not all of them are destined for growth…
Small fortunes supposedly await those who play the imbalance between the two stocks. But does pairs trading truly work?