Dividend Income & Trading Expert Bryan Perry

Dividend Investing Weekly Newsletters

‘Come Fly With Me’ – It’s Time To Buy The Airlines

January 3, 2022

This past week, there have been three key developments for the travel industry that should provide for a strong catalyst for the airline industry and the stocks within the sector. First of all, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have cut back the number of days required to quarantine from ten to five. […]

Fed Pivots When Interest Rates Exceed Inflation

January 2, 2022

There is so much noise and confusion about when the market is going to vault out of its primary bear trend with purpose and begin the next leg of the secular bull market — which is still very much intact. Looking at the 30-year chart of the S&P 500 ETF (SPY), the yellow line represents […]

Health Care-Related Income is Likely to Outperform in 2022

December 27, 2021

Some of the smartest market forecasters, analysts and chief investment officers are predicting that the first half of 2022 could be quite a turbulent time for the stock market. This is because the Fed will taper quantitative easing (QE) by the end of March, followed by three interest rate hikes. Recently, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell […]

Inflation May Have Topped Out in November

December 20, 2021

Investors are having to deal with a whipsaw market, where huge price swings and fierce sector rotation are making it very difficult to get a sense of sustainable direction and where everything isn’t just a short-term trade. Eye-popping inflation data for November has rattled even the most ardent bulls, as it led to the Fed’s […]

Inflation Puts Fed Between Rock and a Hard Place

December 13, 2021

Hardly a day goes by when investors don’t get a dose of bullish news about the real estate market and the spectacular gains being made in home prices within most regions of the country. Now with the Fed looking to taper as inflation reaches levels not seen in 39 years, it makes one wonder how […]

Lower Volatility With Blue-Chip Dividends

December 6, 2021

The market has entered what I like to term a “work zone” or “construction area,” where everyone is wearing a yellow vest and a hard hat. No one has left the job site, but no one is taking the undo risk of getting injured either. Last week, we saw how one can get hurt badly […]

NU Virus Raises Red Flag For Reflation Stocks 

November 29, 2021

What a difference a day makes. Black Friday turned into Red Friday after the pandemic took a new turn for the worse. Is it déjà vu all over again? Do we have control over COVID-19, or does the coronavirus have control over us?  The narrative for the pandemic finally coming to an end just went […]

Strong Dollar Will Fuel Strong Rally in Russell 2000

November 22, 2021

This is my third piece in a series of columns about the compelling investment thesis that is currently unfolding with regard to getting long in the Russell 2000. It also will be my last set of thoughts on this topic, because after this week, it’s my view that the train will indeed have left the […]

Crazed Comptroller Nominee Promotes Eliminating All Private Bank Accounts

November 15, 2021

This past week, President Joe Biden raised the hair on the back of Wall Street and Main Street when Biden announced his intention to nominate Professor Saule Omarova of Cornell Law School to be the next Comptroller of the Currency. This is just another “check the progressive identity box” for Biden within a larger movement to steer America toward […]

Big Gains Are in Store for Infrastructure Stocks

November 8, 2021

Most investors that pay any attention to technical analysis agree that the market is overbought in terms of the major averages. Thus, I suspect that there will be a period of consolidation over the next two weeks, with the rally resuming itself after the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. The SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) is […]

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