Dividend Income & Trading Expert Bryan Perry

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Bullish U.S. Fund Flows as Foreign Central Banks Are Running on Empty

July 22, 2019

The S&P 500 is trading at a new all-time high as earnings season is taking on the tone of a “glass half full” after the first full week of Q2 results. This is too bad for investment houses like Morgan Stanley, which have turned bearish on stocks and have thus taken their global equity rating […]

Major Averages Hit New Highs on Fed-Induced Hopium

July 15, 2019

Last week’s rally that led the Dow, S&P and Nasdaq to new all-time highs truly defied the logic and warnings coming from many market pros. The trade truce with China is anything but reassuring, tensions with Iran are simmering, an abnormally high number of companies are issuing revenue and profit warnings and Morgan Stanley came […]

A New Bull Market for Gold Looks Technically Legit

July 8, 2019

A lot of attention has been given to the big spike in gold prices this year that has coincided with huge rallies in the bond and equity markets. Typically and historically, these three markets don’t exhibit that kind of correlation. In fact, it is thought that gold prices advance when the rate of inflation rises, […]

Collecting Covered-Call Income from the Clouds

July 1, 2019

As the second quarter comes to a close and the market is at the midway point of the year, a view of what is working best for generating call option income shows a few sectors outpacing the rest of the market by a wide margin. Roughly half the stocks in the S&P 500 are trading […]

Health Care REITs Offer Income for Dividend-Starved Investors

June 24, 2019

There are very few issues that Democrats, Republicans, Independents and Libertarians agree on these days, and of the most divisive is the role of health care in America and what form or forms it should take. Government-run versus privately operated or some combination of both has all sides waging a war of rhetoric to shape […]

Getting Four Times the 10-year Treasury Yield from Convertibles

June 17, 2019

To close out the second quarter of 2019, I want to examine the convertible securities sector for a couple of reasons. First, the fact that market conditions now favor this asset class means that convertible securities deserve our attention. Second, interest rates are trending lower since stocks are trading higher. These two catalysts are not […]

Massive Bond Rally Puts Submission Hold on Fed

June 10, 2019

It is often said that the bond market dictates to the Fed and not the other way around, making this past week’s commentary by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell simply an acknowledgement that the Fed will submit to the power of dramatically lower yields brought on by a massive rotation into U.S. Treasuries. While the Fed […]

Record Dividends and Buybacks Provide Market with Silver Lining

June 3, 2019

For five weeks, the S&P has slid lower amid trade tensions with China, while the European Union (EU) has continued to devolve into a body that is rapidly losing support as populist and nationalist movements have taken hold throughout Europe. The resignation of British Prime Minister Theresa May brought more uncertainty to the Brexit process […]

Trade War Fuels Fire Under Stable Dividend Plays

May 27, 2019

People love to talk about winning streaks and why not, it’s a fun topic. Leading up to the month of May, the U.S. stock market had been on one of its own, marking a series of new highs from the first of the year. However, the tide went out of the market in a classic […]

Rising Tariffs Could Prick China’s Real Estate Bubble

May 20, 2019

Increased volatility is a clear and present danger to investor sentiment after the trade war tension ratcheted up a few notches this past week due to increased tariffs on both U.S. and Chinese goods. Global markets are still betting that a final deal ultimately will be reached, but there is growing evidence that both sides […]

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