Dividend Income & Trading Expert Bryan Perry

Dividend Investing Weekly Newsletters

Blue Sky for Biotechs Appears on the Horizon

March 4, 2019

The two-month rally which has erased most of the fourth-quarter 2018 sell-off was been followed by a rebound in all 11 market sectors. However, the standout has been big-cap technology stocks. Specifically, cloud computing and cyber security issues have led the way. Consumer discretionary, utilities, industrials and select transportation also have contributed greatly to the […]

Market Rally Moves Upward and Onward Amid Global Political Events

February 25, 2019

The market rally moves upward and onward, despite global politics becoming a double-edged sword about to cut three or four different ways, depending on whose moral code can crumble the quickest. Heading into the new week when the stock market could add to its nine-week winning streak, I have an unsettling sense that some crucial […]

The Future is Now for Liquefied Natural Gas

February 18, 2019

I started touting the secular theme of investing in Liquefied Natural Gas, or LNG as it has been referred to as far back as 2007, when I first conducted some due diligence on the fantastic numbers that were being applied to this new fossil fuel. LNG is a substitute for coal, oil and even nuclear power […]

Rising Social Agenda Brings Luster to Qualified Dividends

February 11, 2019

The 2020 Presidential election season is officially in play with more challengers running for the White House than Carter has pills. There are Democrats from the center, left-of-center and way left-of-center who are going to jam our email inboxes, social media accounts and mailboxes with propaganda that will lambast how America is being managed by […]

Fed Gives Green Light to Bond Equivalents

February 4, 2019

Last week’s Federal Open Market Committee meeting came and went as most Fed watchers had expected, with the exception of one caveat. While it had been almost universally understood the Fed would leave short-term interest rates unchanged, it was the policy statement issued thereafter that caught Wall Street off guard — happily off guard to […]

Lock and Load Big Dividend Yields in Refining Stocks

January 25, 2019

Bryan’s income-investing-only monthly advisory features three portfolios: Safe-Haven (steady stocks that pay above average dividends), Accelerated Income (high-yield, lower risk investments offering yields of 5-10%), and Extreme Income (high-yield, higher risk investments offering yields of 10-20%). The goal of Cash Machine is to deliver a blended total yield of 10%, plus share price appreciation. Click here now to learn more. […]

‘How to Survive a Stock Market Crash Using Dividends’

January 21, 2019

I thought it would be a good time to take a precautionary view of portfolio management while the market is roaring higher off of the late December lows. The S&P 500 shed 20% from Oct. 4 through Dec. 24 last year, covering a span of almost thee months only to see a raging snap-back rally […]

Double-Digit Yields Abound Amid Market Volatility

January 14, 2019

The turmoil and volatility endured by the high-yield universe of assets has been just as unnerving as the correction in equities for the past three months. Being that most high-yield assets trade like stocks and are primarily owned by retail investors, fear really swept through all the sub-sectors of the high-yield space to leave no […]

The Fed Gets ‘Flexible’ All of a Sudden

January 7, 2019

Fed Chairman Jerome Powell made his attendance at the American Economic Association’s annual meeting an opportunity to modify his position on the Fed’s policy to make it more dovish and malleable in response to changing economic conditions. His new and updated dovish position addressed the very immediate concerns of investors and was well received by […]

The One Stock to Buy in the Market Correction

December 31, 2018

The S&P 500 rallied 5.0% on Wednesday from what many believed to be extremely oversold conditions on a short-term basis. Rebounding oil prices, strong holiday sales, strong insider buying and some short covering helped drive the S&P 500 to its best one-day gain since March 2009. Reports that Santa’s sleigh was seemingly weighed down got […]

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