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Archive Monthly Archives: November 2019

James Glassman’s Top Stock Picks for 2020

My annual stock choices beat Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index for the fourth year in a row in 2019, and the margin was pretty spectacular, if I do say so myself. For the 12 months ending October 31, 2019, my picks returned, on average, 30.0%, compared with 14.3% for the S&P. But as I reminded […]

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Shares Of Uber Are Now Worth Buying, Jim Cramer Says

CNBC’s Jim Cramer has not been a fan of Uber’s stock, but he said Monday that he believes enough roadblocks are clearing and revealing a path for shares to go higher.“I think Uber’s management is almost done playing defense. The overhang over insider selling’s behind them,” the “Mad Money” host said. “That’s why I’m betting […]

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5 Consumer Stocks to Buy Despite Dip in Consumer Confidence

On Nov 26, the Conference Board reported U.S. consumer confidence data for the month, which dropped for four months in a row. However, looking carefully inside the report gives us some surprising positive facts. Despite the dip in consumer confidence, overall reading is fairly good to support a strong holiday sales season.Notably, consumer spending constitutes […]

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Billionaire Ken Griffin Bets Big on These 3 “Strong Buy” Stocks

Ken Griffin built his impressive reputation as an investor early in life, founding Citadel Advisors when he was just 22, with $4.6 million in seed money. By 2003, when became the youngest self-made millionaire on the Forbes 400 list, his hedge fund controlled well over $1 billion in investment capital. Today, Griffin’s Chicago-based fund holds […]

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7 Unsteady Stocks Investors Should Consider Selling Before 2020

The bull market in stocks has now transpired for more than ten years. Although stocks to sell exist in almost any market environment, such a run will naturally leave some overvalued equities. This had led to investors turning on some once-beloved companies.Also, in recent years, the market has seen many IPOs launch. While some continue […]

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Should You Buy or Sell the 5 FAANG Stocks?

The FAANG stocks comprise some of the world’s most popular tech stocks, including Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) and Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL). Collectively, they have been largely responsible of the market’s gains over the past few years. However, things have changed this year, with the group failing to lead the market over […]

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The Best Dividend Stocks Smart Investors Can Buy With Trade Uncertainty This High

The Trade Deal Soap Opera ContinuesSince the August trade deal swoon, stocks are up 10% with trade-sensitive names like Apple (AAPL) up three times that amount. Following the handshake “phase one” trade deal agreement in October (that avoided new tariffs) China and the US have been talking frequently and trying to hammer out a written […]

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5 Momentum Stocks to Buy on the Rebound

In early September, we saw an unprecedented shift in the investment landscape from momentum stocks to value stocks. This came amid a recovery in economic fundamentals and a sharp rise in interest rates.By mid-September, the the iShares Momentum Factor ETF (BATS:MTUM) was down more than 1%, while the iShares Value Factor ETF (BATS:VLUE) was up […]

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8 Great Black Friday Deals for Video Game Stocks

With Black Friday just a few days away, it’s a time to reflect on true American values: beating the living crap out of our fellow man so that we can save a few bucks on digital trinkets. In all seriousness, though, the kickoff to the holiday shopping season is big business. To take advantage of […]

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Stocks To Avoid In A Recession

While the president reliably takes victory laps for the economy, that doesn’t keep the fear, likelihood and debate about when the next recession will arrive out of the market’s chatter.  Truth be told there’s no magic in predicting the ultimate arrival of a recession. There’s always one around the bend. What’s tricky is predicting when. […]

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