Dividend Income & Trading Expert Bryan Perry

Investing Strategies & Updates

Global Markets Moving Higher on Upbeat Macro Data

June 5, 2017

The global equity markets saw an uptick in trading activity in the past week. A fair amount of economic data was released across the world, which provided some movement in the major equity indexes. With that said, the S&P 500 traded to a new all-time high and hasn’t looked back. As the data below show, […]

Retail Sector Gets Down to a Six Pack

May 29, 2017

At some point, disruptive technology enters every industry that reshapes how business is done on a long-term basis. Such a transformation is taking place within the retail industry, with the shift to online shopping taking hold of consumer buying patterns on a rapidly growing basis. Going to the mall is becoming more of an experiential […]

Will Washington’s Elite Shoot the Messenger?

May 22, 2017

While there is much ado about the why and how, President Trump’s agenda will be the goose that lays the golden economic egg. At the end of it all, the bullish case for stocks looks to be standing just fine, based on the assumption that the economy will hit its stride regardless of who is […]

Catching the Panda Express from China’s Internet Economy

May 15, 2017

As the warmth of the spring air takes hold across America, so too are investors warming up to the notion of the stock market building on its post-election gains. There is even a rising measure of expectation that stock market gains could accelerate as the year progresses, now that earnings for many sectors tied to […]

Bulls Hosting Cinco de Mayo Party

May 8, 2017

With just over 400 of the 500 companies that make up the S&P 500 having reported first-quarter earnings, the case for the bull market extending its run is rock solid. Corporate profits are up by 9.05% and rising, with a logical case for 20% gains for 2017 if tax reform is passed in or near […]

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Assessing Trump’s Tax Reform with Only Time Passing so Far

May 1, 2017

The latest polls indicate that the political environment in Washington is the top economic risk cited by every age, income, gender, racial/ethnic group and political affiliation. This isn’t a stretch given the fluidity of recent events. In the long run, stock prices will reflect whether President Trump’s policies create more disposable income, boost profits and […]

A Defensive Underlying Bid Fuels Appetite for Yield

April 24, 2017

When headlines cross the tape that the S&P 500 is pressing up against a new all-time high, it is important to note that five big-cap tech stocks make up around 12% to 13% of the index and are doing much of the heavy lifting. Shares of Microsoft, Alphabet (Google), Apple, Amazon.com and Facebook have been […]

Delays on Trump Agenda Temper Investor Expectations

April 17, 2017

It has become rather clear this past week that President Trump has grossly miscalculated his ability to change things up in Washington with the kind of speed a multi-billion dollar merger can be put together President Trump quickly is walking back and dialing down on most of the populist issues that won him the election […]

Markets, Fed Policy and Managing Expectations

April 10, 2017

One would think the Fed officials would like to get out of the spotlight and just read the data, meet every two months, decide to raise or not raise rates, explain why and return to their cozy offices. That’s how the Fed used to operate. There was no mid-Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting state […]

Generating Rising Income from a Confident Consumer

April 3, 2017

Mainstream media constantly feature the views of critics of the consumer-driven domestic economy who warn that consumers are tapped out from paying too much for housing, taking on too much household debt, struggling with student loans, maxing out credit cards and craving a “new car smell.” And yes, there are pockets of overextended people who […]

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