If this Unicorn boom goes bust, then it’s the last place you’ll want to have your money.
You don't need to pore over company reports, or spend hours doing the analysis to unearth good stocks. Just look for stocks going into 52 week highs.
The fact that the yields on junk bonds have risen by half a percentage point over the past year is significant.
If that means driving interest rates down, printing money, bailing out bankers and screwing the taxpayer, then that’s what happens.
The dividend yield on a stock isn’t fixed. If the economy slows, revenue slows, and profits shrink, what will that mean for the dividend?
Interestingly, if you’ve heard of the Rule of 72, you should know that it works with negative interest rates too.
Robo-advisers delivering financial advice? That may go some way to stamping out fraud in the industry. I’m just hoping they don’t master the art of writing irreverent editorial!
You can insure just about anything these days. The key is deciding how far to go. I have a strategy for making this decision. I call it the ‘what if’ test.
Both of these stocks are ecommerce companies. They both are involved in everything from online shopping to mobile services and cloud computing. They’re almost identical.
The recent market sell-off is also an opportunity to take stock. You’ve no doubt seen a number of trades go backwards.