Dividend Income & Trading Expert Bryan Perry

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Bulls Betting on Corporate Tax Compromise

May 3, 2021

With the month of May already getting plenty of scrutiny as to whether investors should “sell and go away,” it seems pretty clear to me, based on how well a number of fluid factors are playing out, that the S&P is ripe for advancing another 10% higher from its current level of 4,200. Sure, a […]

Gold Mining Stocks Breakout From Long Downtrend

April 26, 2021

This past week, the financial media was ripe with one guru after another calling for the market to correct to the tune of anywhere from 5-20%, citing peak earnings comparisons, rising inflation data and the inevitability of the Fed walking back its stance of no rate hikes until 2023. To the naysayer’s credit, recent economic […]

Hot Inflation Data Fails to Move Bond Yields Higher 

April 19, 2021

Something very disruptive occurred in the bond market this past week and the smartest minds in the fixed income markets are scurrying to explain the anomaly that played out in one of the most counter-intuitive moves seen in recent months. After the 10-year Treasury note yield traded from 1.00% on Jan. 28 up to 1.75% […]

Global Minimum Tax Increase Shows a Two-Edged Sword 

April 12, 2021

One of the hotter topics within the wider discussion of the Biden administration’s future tax policy is how to generate more taxes from revenues corporations produce outside the United States. The Trump administration led this movement as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) introduced several new rules for taxing the foreign profits of U.S. multinationals, […]

Many Reopening Stocks Fully Priced 

April 5, 2021

The most beaten-up stocks from the early days of the pandemic were the travel and leisure sectors, where shares of hotel, casino, restaurant, airline, cruise line and live venue operators endured the biggest percentage hits, hands down. One year and one month later, many of these have not only rallied back to their pre-pandemic levels, […]

Buy Chip Stocks on Any and All Dips  

March 29, 2021

Heavy sector rotation has defined the market landscape for the past several weeks. Banking, machinery, materials, chemicals, oil and steel stocks have rallied strongly and reignited sentiment that just maybe this isn’t a one-off rally or bull trap that fades, as has been the case for old economy stocks in years past. Because investors have […]

Fortune 1000 Spending Big on Technology in 2021

March 22, 2021

The current correction in the Nasdaq is sizing up to be a textbook consolidation, following a torrid 2020 rally for the tech-heavy Invesco QQQ Trust (QQQ) that traded at a lofty premium to its long-term moving averages. Reopening euphoria combined with rotation into financials, industrials, materials, energy, transportation and leisure stocks sucked the short-term air […]

Upcoming Fed Meeting Will Make Or Break March Stock Rally

March 15, 2021

This week is crucial for the Fed because the central bank needs to shape its policy statement in a way that doesn’t roil the markets. How the bond market trades in front of Wednesday’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting may as well involve wetting one’s finger and putting it in the air to determine […]

Bond Vigilantes Intend to Test the Fed’s Resolve

March 8, 2021

The most important data point for stock market investors now is the yield on the 10-year Treasury Note. How it trades up or down determines the response of the algorithmic trading programs as they adjust to the short-term direction of the equity markets. A poorly received seven-year Treasury auction is the culprit for the recent […]

Volatility Spikes with Rising Rates

March 1, 2021

The past two weeks have proven to be turbulent for most asset classes, save for a few widely held and widely traded commodities like lumber, copper and oil. Heading into last weekend — the final couple of trading days of February — bonds, gold and high price-to-earnings (P/E) growth stocks got crushed. Even Bitcoin has […]

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