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Three Cyclical Stocks with Staying Power

Cyclical stocks aren't my preference as a growth investor, but when the opportunity is right some of them can make big, persistent, longer-term moves. And right now, three cyclical stocks from one particular industry stand out.

Bullish/Bearish Signs in the Market and What they Portend

VIDEO: After falling 5.38% following the Brexit vote, the market snapped back 3.5% in the past several days as traders gained a better understanding of the Brexit consequences. In this video, I highlight the bullish and bearish signals I see now in the options market, and offer my thoughts on the market going forward.

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The market’s various pieces of evidence almost all point to the bull side, and thus, we think a heavily invested position is advised.

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Look for small-cap stocks that should keep delivering earnings and revenue growth. Second-quarter earnings momentum is extremely important.

more from Tyler Laundon »

While the buy signal is important, stock selection is still key. With the long-term trend sideways, identifying and buying the leaders is crucial.

more from Paul Goodwin »

Low interest rates are making dividend stocks more popular than ever, and while we’re happy to benefit, it’s also worth asking if the situation is sustainable.

more from Chloe Lutts Jensen »

The chorus of hedge fund managers and large brokerage houses voicing disbelief in the market’s recent rally grows louder and louder.

more from Jacob Mintz »

The strength in gold and silver investments is particularly intriguing to me because there’s no obvious reason for the strength yet.

more from Timothy Lutts »

Market uncertainty has played a big role in the decision of investors to favor conservative dividend-paying stocks found in the Value Model.

more from J. Royden Ward »

Financial stocks have a strong presence in my portfolios because there are so many that meet my investment criteria, and now the entire U.S. bank sector is largely undervalued.

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Stock Picks

Applied Materials

Its size and product diversification help insulate it from economic downturns, and its high quality products protect its market share.


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Parsley Energy

All the characteristics of a big energy winner—if oil prices cooperate.

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Investing in Emerging Markets Stocks: Why and How

By Paul Goodwin on July 22, 2016

Emerging markets stocks can march to their own drummer, and that’s a good thing for your portfolio. One Chinese education stock looks especially good.Read More >

The Best Investment Sites to Research Stocks

By J. Royden Ward on July 21, 2016

In the interest of teaching you how to become a better investor, I have compiled a list of the best investment sites that can help you make the best investment decisions. Read More >

Warning: Bubble in High Dividend Stocks Forming

By Chloe Lutts Jensen on July 19, 2016

High-yielding dividend stocks have been some of the best performing stocks on the market this year, leading to some out-of-whack valuations. Is a bubble forming, or is this the new normal for the top dividend payers?Read More >