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7 A-Rated Gold Stocks to Buy For Your Portfolio Hedge

Stocks were on a tear in April, almost clawing back everything they lost in March. Much of that rally has been pinned on the hopes that lockdowns would be over and the coronavirus would be sorted in short order. But the more we hear from medical experts and more fundamentally, from the rising numbers of sick and […]

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Buffett is Selling United Airlines Stock When There’s Blood in the Streets

When Warren Buffett opens his mouth about investing, I listen. That’s why when United Airlines (NASDAQ:UAL) stock and the other major airline stocks took a nosedive due to novel coronavirus travel shutdowns, I bought shares.At the time I was buying (March 23), I had no idea what Buffett was doing. But I knew Buffett loved airlines, […]

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Gold Stocks With Recent Insider Buying And Selling (May Update)

Gold Stocks With Recent Insider Buying (And Selling)Here’s another update on insider buying and selling in the precious metals markets. If you are unfamiliar with these updates, I like to provide regular coverage of insider buying and selling. This refers to when insiders of a company – such as CEOs, board members, or major shareholders – […]

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Top Analyst Sees the Value of These 3 Airline Stocks Differently Than Warren Buffett

On May 2nd at Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder meeting (also known as Woodstock for Capitalists), in rather dramatic fashion, Warren Buffett announced publicly that Berkshire had unloaded its entire positions of airline stocks. It amounted to a roughly $4 billion fire sale of the leading domestic players – United Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, and Southwest […]

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Should You “Sell in May” or Buy 5 Top Coronavirus-Immune Stocks?

Wall Street is off to a weak start to May 2020 after the 82-year best April, reminding investors of the old adage “sell in May and go away.” The proverb is ingrained in the S&P 500’s awful historical run for the May-to-October period. May has been a subdued month with average gains of 0.09% since […]

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Does ‘Sell In May And Go Away’ Actually Work?

It’s that time of year every year where “sell in May and go away” articles and trading recommendations start popping up everywhere. But is sell in May an actual thing that traders should take seriously or is it purely entertainment at this point? As it turns out, the answer is an unsatisfying “it’s complicated.” LPL Financial senior […]

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This Is Essentially ‘Sell Everything’ Action Right Now

The shift in market sentiment since Wednesday has been remarkably abrupt. On Wednesday market participants were celebrating a promising Covid-19 treatment, and a press conference by Fed Chair Jerome Powell that caused many to believe that the Fed would not allow the market to go down in any meaningful way. There wasn’t any major news that […]

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3 Limited-Risk Ways to Buy the Blood in the Streets

After historic crashes like Thursday’s, the last thing many investors want to do is buy stocks. They’ve just ridden a roller coaster from Hell, and their tolerance for risk has fallen alongside their precious portfolios. But there’s no denying equities are more attractive after a 10% plunge than before. Today’s gallery offers up three limited-risk […]

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The Market Is Rallying Now, But These Indicators Will Show When The Selling Is Really Over

The market’s swift decline from record highs sparked by the coronavirus outbreak has left investors wondering when the bleeding will stop.On Feb. 19, the S&P 500 hit an all-time high. Just a week later, the broad market average traded in a correction — down more than 10% from those levels. It was the fastest drop […]

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Frazzled Investors Just Traded a Record $800 Billion of Stock

The epic sell-off in U.S. stocks has set another record.Almost $800 billion worth of shares changed hands on exchanges in the U.S. on Thursday, the most since Bloomberg began tracking such data 2008. Volume skyrocketed as equity loss snowballed, with the S&P 500 plunging 4.4%.On a contrarian basis, the spike could end up being good […]

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