Dividend Income & Trading Expert Bryan Perry

Dividend Investing Weekly Newsletters

Delta Variant Slams Market Sentiment

July 19, 2021

We’re all familiar with the phrase “the money has to go somewhere,” and this past week, safer havens in bonds and equity sectors were on the receiving end of fast changing fund flows. Treasuries, corporate bonds, preferred stocks, real estate investment trusts (REITs), utilities and consumer staples shined, while the most leveraged reflation sectors were […]

Goldilocks Rally Rewards Big Growth and Reflation Stocks 

July 12, 2021

The perpetual debate of whether investors should weight their portfolios toward growth or value stocks rages on every day the market is open. Both the bond and stock markets hang on every economic data point to bolster the case for both views, with algo-models fueling fierce sector rotation like neon fish in an aquarium darting […]

Will The Fed Deal Promptly With Rising Inflation?

July 5, 2021

One thing about this market is that it can’t seem to make up its mind about whether inflation is going to take off or has already peaked. If you listen to the Fed, the second quarter will mark the highest rate for inflation. Then, it will cool in the months ahead. If you listen to […]

Inflation Provides Big Tailwinds for Commodities

June 28, 2021

Coming into the month of June, the noise level about runaway commodity prices was at a pretty high decibel reading. Just about every hard and soft class of commodities was trading firmly higher due to the global reopening of several major economies, compounded by wide-ranging logistical bottlenecks and outright shortages. This set of conditions lit […]

Markets are Rattled as the Fed Sends an Inflation Warning

June 21, 2021

Most investors are keenly aware that the market hates uncertainty, and they understand why the indices buckle when there is a lack of information to provide clarity. Last week’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting provided what most thought was a great dose of certainty via the Fed’s policy statement that, at first, gave the […]

G7 Meeting Produces Little Progress On China

June 14, 2021

The classic definition of the phrase “like a bull in a china shop” is a person who breaks things or who often makes mistakes or causes damage in situations that require careful thinking or behavior. I think this metaphor can be applied to the current situation regarding the growing tensions between the United States and […]

Will the Bull Market Stand the Test of New Taxes? 

June 7, 2021

The old saying that “the only two things we can be certain of in life are death and taxes” came to light this past weekend when the G7 nations passed a resolution to set a global corporate minimum tax rate of 15%. The G20 nations will meet in July to weigh in on their support […]

Legacy Blue Chip Tech Stocks Marching Quietly Ahead 

May 31, 2021

There isn’t a day that goes by when viewers of financial media channels and outlets don’t get a real-time update on Cathie Wood’s ARKK Fund stocks, or what Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) is trading at in the past hour. Financial pundits love talking up online gambling stocks, pot stocks, cryptocurrency exchange-traded funds (ETFs), cybersecurity stocks, electric […]

Cyber Attacks Hold Black Swan Risk 

May 17, 2021

America’s energy sector has shown once again how vulnerable it is to natural and manmade events following the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline that was resolved with a $5 million ransomware payoff in difficult-to-trace cryptocurrency. The incident underscored the immense pressure faced by the Georgia-based operator to get gasoline and jet fuel flowing again to […]

U.S. Greenback Testing Key Support

May 10, 2021

Not much attention has been given to the rather sudden pullback in the dollar index (DXY) this past week. This movement saw the world’s reserve currency shed 3%, which is large in the world of sovereign monies in the developed world. It has been long known that currency prices are moved by many factors, including supply […]

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