This morning, many of the leading financial stocks are fading from their gap higher open. Some of the leading financial stocks that every trader should follow is JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM), Goldman Sachs Group Inc (NYSE:GS), and BlackRock, Inc. (NYSE:BLK). As long as these stocks hold up the major stock indexes are likely to hold up. Should these stocks start to decline or sell off then it is an indication that downside could be in the cards for the major stock indexes. ..
Intermarket Secular Shifts and the Great Rotation Trade: Long US Stocks, Short Treasuries
The Future of Real Estate Market: 3 Major Predictions
After a long phase of decline and negative trends the real estate sector has finally emerged out of the blue and showing signs of progressive growth. Real estate growth picked up in the 4th quarter of 2012 and which was initially considered to be a temporary spike during Christmas holidays soon turned out to be the onset of a recovery procedure which is now expected to last for the rest of 2013 and 2014 as well.
How to Make the Most from the Growing Property Market in 2013
Every talking head on the financial news networks are celebrating the new all time closing high on the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). Last week, the DJIA crossed above the 14,198.00 level that was last made in October 2007. Today, the DJIA is trading as high as 14,515.00 which would be another new closing high on the DJIA. Many analysts and Dow Theory followers are looking for much higher levels on the DJIA. So what are the problems with this rally if everyone is so bullish at this time?
Western Union (NYSE:WU) - A Major Player In Global Payment Services With Over 4% Yield And Potential To Double
The money transfer company was sold-off by many investors after the disappointing the third-quarter results of the company. The company announced a 1% increase in sales and raised dividends by 25 percent and increased share buybacks to $750 million, but lowered the guidance in accordance to lower second-half revenues and a higher competition. The stock dropped around thirty percent and the current dividend yield after the dividend hike is over 4% at a P/E ratio of less than 7. Morningstar analysts estimated the fair value of the company at $25.0 which represents a potential to double.