Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin I remain a big fan of cash right now. I know, I know. I’m not supposed to say this in a stock -focused column like this. “But Brett,” I can hear the rebuttal. “We’ve been smartly selling the rips . My cash is burning a hole in my pocket.” “And I’m here for the income. Shouldn’t I buy something ?” Not yet. We contrarians shouldn’t be in a hurry to time the bottom of the market. There will be free and fast money on the other side of this bearish storm. Every correction eventually ends. For now, we buy lightly. And enjoy our comfortable seat. This is what I call the “no beta” portfolio. It’s a pile of cash that we deploy when we “back up the truck” at major market bottoms. In the spring of 2020 , we went on a dividend shopping spree. We bought stocks like energy toll bridge ONE ONE ONEO NEO OK (OKE) for a song—and we’re now sitting on 148% gains. Later that year, we identified … [Read more...] about The Best Dividend Stocks, Bull Or Bear
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Trade Watchlist Portfolio Message Set Alert live bse live nse live Volume Todays L/H More × The market gained strength for the first time in last four consecutive sessions and climbed nearly 1 percent on May 26 as buying interest and short-covering were seen in banking and financial services, IT, metal, and select auto stocks on the F&O contracts expiry day. Positive global cues also supported the market. The BSE Sensex rallied more than 500 points to 54,253, and the Nifty50 rose more than 140 points to 16,170, while the broader markets also participated in the momentum with the Nifty Midcap 100 and Smallcap 100 indices rising 1.35 percent and 0.77 percent. The market breadth was in favour of bulls as about five shares advanced for every four declining shares on the NSE. India VIX fell by 10.14 percent to 22.72 levels, supporting bulls to get back in strength. Experts feel if … [Read more...] about Trade Spotlight | What should you do with InterGlobe Aviation, Dr Lal PathLabs, M&M Financial on Friday?
Hopes of a trade deal breakthrough between Washington and Beijing have played a major part in driving China's benchmark stock index, the SSE Composite (000001.SS), up over 17% year to date (YTD). Therefore, it's not surprising to see the key Asian index suffer its largest one-day drop since February 2016 on Monday – a fall of 5.6% – after U.S. President Donald Trump fired off a Sunday tweet indicating that he plans to raise tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods to 25% on Friday because trade talks are moving too slowly. "We felt we were on track to get somewhere. Over the course of last week, we have seen an erosion of commitments by China. That in our view is unacceptable," said U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, elaborating further on the president's social media threat, per Bloomberg . Fears across financial markets were somewhat alleviated later in the global trading day when it emerged that a Chinese delegation still planned to visit Washington on Thursday … [Read more...] about Inverse China ETFs Stage Breakout After Tariff Threat Tweet