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Archive Monthly Archives: February 2020

Here’s How to Hedge Coronavirus and Other Dangers to Your Stock Portfolio

Investors worried about how badly coronavirus will hurt stocks might consider hedging their portfolio. And hedging like a pro trader these days can be as easy as buying an exchange- traded fund.ProShares, for instance, offers “geared” ETFs. In this context, that means leverage. Financial leverage magnifies the ETF’s assets under management with complicated financial products, […]

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3 Stocks to Buy That Lost 30% or More in January

Looking back on the first month of 2020, January was rife with uncertainty in terms of stocks to buy. The unbreakable bull market finally met its end after surviving impeachment proceedings, trade wars and rising tension between the U.S. and Iran. However, a global health crisis was the straw that finally broke the camel’s back […]

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Stocks Rise As Coronavirus Declared A Public Health Emergency

The World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a “Public Health Emergency of International Concern.” Despite that declaration late last week, the markets have largely shrugged off the outbreak. Chinese stocks are struggling, but U.S. stock indices are off to the races this morning.Analysts have highlighted some bright areas of news in the headlines about the […]

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Bracing for Bernie: Why Sanders could be a nightmare for Wall Street

Bernie Sanders winning the White House would be Wall Street’s worst political nightmare.Investors famously hate uncertainty. And it’s hard to imagine something that would cause more uncertainty to the capitalist system than electing a self-proclaimed democratic socialist who is calling for a political revolution. Sanders wants to ban oil and gas fracking, break up big […]

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Is It Too Soon to Buy Nio Stock As Coronavirus Concerns Rise?

The big rally in Chinese premium electric vehicle (EV) maker Nio (NYSE:NIO) has been put on hold thanks to the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. Nio stock rose about 300% from early October 2019 to mid-January 2020. But since investors started worrying about the outbreak in late January, shares of the EV maker have dropped more than […]

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3 Blue-Chip Tech Stocks to Buy Amid Coronavirus-Based Market Uncertainty

Stocks tumbled Friday on growing coronavirus fears, as Wall Street worries how travel restrictions to and from China might impact the global economy. The Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq all fell over 1% in morning trading in what has been a rough week.The coronavirus has now infected nearly 10,000 people, which is more than SARS […]

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6 Retail Stocks to Buy On The Back of Pier 1 Shutterings

Home furnishing retailer Pier 1 (NYSE:PIR) shocked the world in January when management announced intentions to close about half of the company’s store-base, or around 450 stores nationwide. Which retailers are going to grab the most of these sales? To answer that question, let’s turn to data from, the world’s leading foot traffic analytics platform. recently analyzed […]

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The Best Stocks To Buy On A Sell-Off

Tailwinds due to seasonal tendencies finally abated this week. Last week, I mentioned the blame for a sell-off could fall at the feet of the coronavirus, or an impeachment surprise, or trade worry. It appears the dubious winner of that contest is the coronavirus. We shouldn’t ignore the potential negative economic impacts associated with curbing coronavirus in […]

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Wars And Viruses: Are Robots Less Prone To Market Panic?

Widely blamed for volatile “flash crashes” in currencies and equities, high-frequency algorithms may also be why shock global events, including the current coronavirus, seem to have lost their power to spook markets for any length of time.Whether stocks, bonds, currencies or commodities, asset prices seem less prone to any selloff for very long; the U.S. […]

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