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Category: Sector Analysis

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Companies

Tuesday, October 09, 2018

Construction Companies to Watch For in 2019 / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: Dylan_Moran

Build, build, build. The construction industry can help drive the economy of a certain nation, a collective of countries, and the world for that matter.

The construction sector is important because it generates jobs that spill over to other aspects such as spending, according to Dr. Sitsabo Dlamini in his graduate paper for the University of Reading. In Europe alone, the industry accounts for 9% of the whole region’s economy and generates 18 million jobs according to the European Commission (EC).

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Companies

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

5 Problems All Restaurant Owners Will Face / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: Dylan_Moran

Owning a restaurant is a common dream for millions of people—but it’s also a dangerous one due to the simple fact that owning your own restaurant is complicated, expensive, and incredibly risky. It is a fact that about 80% of restaurants will not last more than 5 years, costing their owners hundreds of thousands—if not millions—of dollars in debt.

 Let’s take a closer look at 5 common problems that all restaurant owners will face in order to give you a more realistic idea of what it takes to own your own restaurant business.
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Companies

Tuesday, August 07, 2018

Long Term Care Homes as an Investment are Heating Up! / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: Dylan_Moran

People are living longer than ever these days thanks to the advancements in medical science. The social and economic implications of this are complex, but it does open the eyes for investment opportunities. There are lots of ways that one can invest in long-term care homes, especially with so many people putting their money in income-generating properties. Here’s how you can invest in long-term care homes to make money while also making things easier on the already burdened care industry.

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Stock-Markets

Monday, June 18, 2018

What Happens Next to Stocks when Tech Massively Outperforms Utilities and Consumer Staples / Stock-Markets / Sector Analysis

By: Troy_Bombardia

The tech sector has massively outperformed the utilities and consumer staples sectors over the past year.

  1. The S&P 500 Information technology sector is up 33%…
  2. While the Utilities sector is down -8%….
  3. While the Consumer Staples sector is down -8%

Some people see this as a bearish sign for the stock market because “tech is in a bubble”.

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Companies

Monday, May 14, 2018

Energy Sector Congestion Basing Can Present Incredible Opportunities / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: Chris_Vermeulen

Our research team wanted to alert our followers to the incredible opportunities that continue to present themselves in the current market.  While many people have been overly concerned about a market top and price rotation in the US majors, the Energy sector and many others have seen incredible price moves.

Take a look at this XLE chart as an example.  Yes, we know that Oil has rallied from about $60 to closer to $70 recently, yet we want you to focus on the price pattern that setup this move in XLE.  Specifically, we want you to focus on the Multi-Month Base pattern in price between early February and early April of 2018 as well as the upside breakout that followed.

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Stock-Markets

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Transportation Stocks Are Not Moving and What It Means / Stock-Markets / Sector Analysis

By: Chris_Vermeulen

Pay attention to the price movement of the transportation sector for a clearer picture of the future rally

If you have been reading and following are posts this year then you’ve seen the power of our Advanced Dynamic Learning price modeling system and how well we are able to find key market moves.  On Monday, the markets stalled, providing further evidence of the future breakout move.  The Banking Index was up 0.43%.  The $INDU was off by 0.06% while the ES, NQ and YM were mixed.  The Transportation Index was up 0.40% while the US Dollar is about to break above the $91.00 level on an attempt to move higher.  These moves are telling us that the US economy is about to break higher in an attempt to retest recent highs – just as our ADL predictive price modeling system has been warning.

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Companies

Friday, September 15, 2017

Here’s Why The Defense Stocks Sector Is The Best Trade Today / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: John_Mauldin

BY PATRICK WATSON : September is not unfolding as expected.

Just a few weeks ago, this month was supposed to bring an angry stand-off in Washington and possibly a government shutdown or debt default. Those could still happen, but President Trump’s deal with the Democrats pushed it back to December.

And then we have the threat of nuclear war.

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Stock-Markets

Friday, June 30, 2017

Half Of S&P 500 Earnings Growth Can Be Attributed To One Sector, Which Can’t Keep It Up / Stock-Markets / Sector Analysis

By: John_Mauldin

BY PATRICK WATSON : US stocks hit new all-time highs this month. Despite rich valuations, buyers think they’ll still go higher.

One reason for this exuberance is the rise of passively indexed ETFs.

Rather than go to the trouble of picking individual stocks, people dump their cash into index ETFs. The ETF sponsor then buys every stock in the index—even the ugly ones.

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Commodities

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Hit or Pass? An Overview of 2017’s Best Ranked Stocks / Commodities / Sector Analysis

By: Submissions

Subject to an entire array of occult myths, the stock market is, in fact, the platform through which companies raise money. After an IPO – initial public offering – based on the estimated value of the company at the time, the ownership is split into a number of shares. Each share is a piece of the company.

However, the primary activity of the stock market takes place after the IPO. Having been attributed a value, the shares are constantly being bought or sold on the stock market, increasing or decreasing in price. The largest markets, such as the NYSE or NASDAQ, have millions of shares issued, with thousands of investors who buy or sell in a single day. This high volume of shares that change hands means that in that particular market, it is easy to buy or sell shares.

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Companies

Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Why Airlines Are The Next Big Trade / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: John_Mauldin

BY JARED DILLIAN : I’m a longtime airline bull, going all the way back to 2012–2013—long before it was trendy.

I liked airlines because everyone hated them. Especially Warren Buffett, who once said that someone should have shot Orville and Wilbur out of the sky. He now owns the stocks.

A pilot wrote a great article in The New York Times saying that the conventional wisdom about airlines (which is that they suck) is all wrong.

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Stock-Markets

Sunday, February 05, 2017

Retail Prices at wholesale Prices – Next Hot Stocks Sector / Stock-Markets / Sector Analysis

By: Chris_Vermeulen

As we close out the first week of February, I’m writing to illustrate the types of great opportunities waiting for all of us.  All the trades we share are based on our Momentum Reversal Method (MRM) trading system.

There are two key components of this trading strategy; A. identifying recent price rotation, or B. identifying price resumption of existing momentum.  Both examples, today, will focus on two unique examples of the Momentum Reversal Method and two unique setups.  Today’s examples are XRT and AIQ, setups that we believe will result in tremendous opportunities for traders over the next 2-3 weeks.

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Companies

Friday, January 27, 2017

The Recession-Proof Industry That Few Investors Know / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: John_Mauldin

BY PATRICK WATSON : Americans are pet crazy. Recent surveys show that more than two out of three Americans own some kind of pet. According to the ASPCA, almost half of American households own a dog and around a third are cat owners.

Demographics are also likely to boost pet ownership, as people who don’t have children are more likely to have pets. Therefore, the continued greying of baby boomers and the low birth rate among millennials means that growth in pets in the US is set to continue.

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Companies

Wednesday, January 04, 2017

Defence Contracting Sector Under Trump / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: John_Mauldin

BY PATRICK WATSON : This month, President-elect Trump annoyed some people when he criticized two top defense contractors on Twitter.

Wall Street isn’t used to presidents publicly criticizing major US companies. The tweets caused shares to tumble a few points for both Boeing (BA) and Lockheed Martin (LMT), which makes the F-35 fighter planes.

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Stock-Markets

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Stock Market Sectors, Does Anyone Win With an Interest Rate Hike? / Stock-Markets / Sector Analysis

By: Investment_U

Matthew Carr writes: Editorial Note: It’s the big moment investors have been waiting for. As we write, the Fed is meeting to decide if it will raise interest rates for the first time since 2006. And while there won’t be any official announcement until Thursday, folks are understandably on edge. But should you be?

We asked Matthew Carr to do what he does best - to sift through decades of market data and uncover the real effect of rate hikes on stocks. We hope you enjoy his commentary. And afterward, if you’re still worried, click here to see how our Chief Investment Strategist Alexander Green is preparing Oxford Club Members for the end of the bull market.

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Companies

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Imploding Department Store Results / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: James_Quinn

The government issued their monthly retail sales this past week and four of the biggest department store chains in the country announced their quarterly results. The year over year retail sales increase of 2.4% is pitifully low in an economy that is supposedly in its sixth year of economic growth with a reported unemployment rate of only 5.3%. If all of these jobs have been created, why aren’t retail sales booming?

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Companies

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Investors High-profit Guide to this Radical New Economy / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: ...

MoneyMorning.com William Patalon III writes: By any measure, we've experienced an extraordinary bull run, with the S&P 500 soaring as high as 2,134.72 since it bottomed out at 676.53 on March 9, 2009.

But the real story is in the catalysts that led the markets to better than triple over that relatively short time – the story beyond quantitative easing, cheap-as-free money, and tax breaks.

Rather, these extraordinary gains have come from a group of "hot spots" that have given rise to the creation of an entirely new economy.

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Companies

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Cable Companies Hurting Amid Selloff / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: AnyOption

It all started with three words during Disney’s earnings call with analysts. When talking about the company’s ESPN segment, CEO Bog Iger mentioned that Disney had experienced “some subscriber loss.”

The stock slid 8% and is currently down almost 10% from its high before the earnings report came out. Disney isn’t the only one hurting, though. Viacom fell 14% after reporting lower-than-expected revenue due to weakness in its cable TV business. Time Warner, Fox, Comcast and CBS were also hit hard.

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Companies

Thursday, July 02, 2015

Why This $5.6 Trillion Investor Profit Boom Is Set To Take Off / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: ...

MoneyMorning.com Michael A. Robinson writes: Last week’s 51st Bi-annual Paris Air Show was the event of the year for the Aerospace industry.

Held in Le Bourget Airport in Paris, France, this prestigious air show has brought together industry leaders from across the globe to hunt for new commercial opportunities – and over 2115 exhibitors marketing their latest and greatest projects – for the last century.

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Stock-Markets

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

The Stock Market, the Music Industry and the New Network Economy / Stock-Markets / Sector Analysis

By: Harry_Dent

Someone rings the bell at 9:30 a.m. and gets the hell out of the way. All types of chaos erupt from second-to-second. Everyone knows, in real-time, what they made or lost.

Users drive the system. Not management. Management’s nowhere to even be seen. It’s merged within the light-speed, low-cost software and processes that make the whole thing possible.

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Companies

Friday, June 12, 2015

DIYers Stocks Sector Summer Trend Is Revving Up / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: Investment_U

Matthew Carr writes: I’m secure enough to know what I can and can’t do.

But a longtime friend is always telling me about his plans to remodel his home. That he’s going to take down a wall or put in a new set of cabinets or build some piece of furniture.

I used to ask, “Who’s your contractor?” (Because finding a good contractor is nearly impossible.) But I stopped asking after hearing, for the umpteenth time, that he’d be doing the project himself.

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