Dividend Income & Trading Expert Bryan Perry

Dividend Investing Weekly Newsletters

Buy High Quality Blue-Chip Dividend Stocks After The Plunge

March 16, 2020

Yesterday, in what can only be viewed as a preemptive measure to keep the markets from seizing up, the Fed went ahead and slashed the short-term benchmark rate by a full 100 basis points. This dramatic move took the Fed Funds rate to 0.00%-0.25%. In addition to the rate cut, the Fed restarted quantitative easing […]

Option Income Shines When Yield Is Scarce

March 9, 2020

So much for living through one’s golden years off of a portfolio driven by yields in fixed income assets. Anything with a maturity date that is investment-grade is seeing its yield crash. The flight to safety is historical in that Treasury yields have never fallen to the levels that we witnessed last week. There is […]

Blue Light Special In Utility Sector

March 2, 2020

Sales of antacids are soaring as investors have buckled up for what will likely be another volatile market defined by wild swings. Market participants are trying to get a rational handle on the impact of the global supply chain and the new case count of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outside China. The investing landscape has been […]

Bumpy Road for the Bulls Lies Ahead

February 24, 2020

Fifty-five days into the first quarter of 2020, I want to offer a few observations about stocks, bond yields, currencies, gold, debt and politics. I want to assess whether any single factor or combination may pose a risk to the bull trend that has the S&P on a trajectory to trade to 3,500 a lot […]

Who’s Your Mama? Yamana Gold! 

February 17, 2020

Every now and then I get a call from one of my longtime broker friends of the past three-plus decades about a stock from “back in the day” that makes a sudden and determined move higher, snapping out of a Rip Van Winkle-like slumber. Every gold bug in the world knows the name Yamana Gold […]

A Green Light for Technology REITs

February 10, 2020

After a period of relative calm following the finalizing of the Phase One trade deal, volatility has re-entered the market. This has sent stock valuations lower and bond prices sharply higher. Yields across the curve are plunging with the 2/10 year spread briefly inverting as of Jan. 31. The two-year T-Note yield is 1.58% and […]

Buy the ‘Wintel’ Trade in the Coronavirus Correction

February 3, 2020

Stocks across the board are being sold off in a mad dash to raise cash and reduce risk amid uncertainty as headlines of the coronavirus spread and the pathogen causes a rising number of deaths. What’s more interesting is that this year’s strain of the domestic flu has already hospitalized more than 180,000 people and […]

Is There Still Promise In Cannabisville?

January 27, 2020

It is often said that in the land of blind men, the man with one eye is king. As is in many hyperbolic movements in nascent markets (i.e. Big Bang Dot Com Era, circa 1995 to 2000), the rush to rise to ascendancy is often wrought with the entanglements of strewn body parts and desolate […]

Current Rally Could Carry into February

January 20, 2020

Don’t look now, but the rally that has taken the Dow, S&P and Nasdaq to new lifetime highs has the look and feel of extending its run into mid-February. Liquidity from the Fed boosting its balance sheet, the signing of the Phase One deal and the passage of the USMCA deal this past week is […]

China’s Stock Market is a Terminal Short

January 14, 2020

One of the most important identifiers of a country’s economic health is its current account balance as a percent gross domestic product (GDP). According to data from a great source, Trading Economics, “The current account balance as a percent of GDP provides an indication on the level of international competitiveness of a country.” Usually, countries […]

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