Dividend Income & Trading Expert Bryan Perry

Dividend Investing Weekly Newsletters

Finding Public-Private Prosperity in a Post-Pandemic Economy

August 24, 2020

At the close of the first quarter of 2020, the total public debt, as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP), stood at 107.7%. To put this number into perspective, the highest U.S. government debt-to-GDP ratio was 106% in 1946 at the end of World War II. So, the current government has blown through that […]

High-Yield Fallen Angels Offer a Bond Market Sweet Spot

August 17, 2020

On June 29, CNBC reported that, in addition to the previously announced intention to buy heavily into the investment-grade corporate bond market, the Fed disclosed it had purchased bonds in speculative-grade companies and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that included the SPDR Bloomberg Barclays High Yield Bond ETF (JNK). The Fed held a $412 billion position in […]

COVID-19 Epicenter Stocks Set to Rally

August 10, 2020

One thing that most investors are looking to pounce on are those stocks and sectors that have been crushed in the wake of the pandemic at the right moment in time when it’s a legit breakout and not another false re-opening rally that fades like the first one that fizzled out in early June. It […]

Inefficient Work-From-Home Favors Office Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)

August 3, 2020

URGENT WARNING: Do Not Fall for This Scam! It has come to my attention that there is a scam artist out there who is using my name as a front to take people’s money. The scam tells people that they work for me and that I would be investing your money. On top of that, […]

The Great Reopening Trade 2.0

July 27, 2020

The buildup to second-quarter earnings season was accompanied by some steady moves higher among the leading mega-tech stocks. Indeed, only beat-and-raise financial guidance would have kept the party going. However, some early season results failed to impress, and the overcrowded big-cap tech trade is finally letting off some steam as July ends. It is pretty […]

Bulls Embrace Huge Trillion Dollar Economic Bridge For Passage

July 20, 2020

Congress has returned to Capitol Hill this week to hash out another bailout package, as the $600 per week unemployment checks run out at the end of the month. The momentum to pass a bill in the next 10 days is politically huge for both parties, and while there are a variety of differences as […]

Emerging Market Income Looks Promising

July 13, 2020

This past weekend, Bloomberg ran a front-page story about the sudden appeal of emerging markets, led by a resurgence in China’s economy. Bullish sentiment toward the Chinese economy propelled the yuan to its best week against the dollar since December, while an index of blue-chip Chinese shares (Shanghai 50) soared by more than 15% to […]

Bank Stress Tests Setting off Alarm Bells

June 29, 2020

The stress tests conducted on the 35 largest banks within the Fed’s sphere of influence resulted in what I would call “wishy-washy” actions, considering the latest resurgence of the pandemic and the potential economic implications it presents. At the forefront of conducting these annual stress tests is the task of determining how bad losses can […]

Risk of Big Tax Changes Rises as November Elections Loom

June 22, 2020

President Trump is in for the dogfight of his life if he is to retain the White House for a second term. Former Vice President Joe Biden is estimated to have a very strong chance of beating him in November, according to a forecast that was released last week. A model run by The Economist, which […]

Fed Stimulus Ruling Over Market Risks

June 15, 2020

The headlines that everyone feared crossed the tape during the middle of last week, when a resurgence in the number of COVID-19 cases hit Texas, Arizona, Florida and California. The news offered a motive for some aggressive profit-taking in equity markets after a long rally that took the NASDAQ to a new all-time high and […]

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