Price rules. Everything else is just talk. Let’s see, now. There’s a pandemic, and people can’t gather in groups like humans naturally like to do. There’s massive unemployment. Congress is absent, literally and figuratively. There’s a U.S. election coming, and it’s getting nasty. There’s a growing number of global hot-spots, and I’m talking about politics,…

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In 1997, with its stock price in the mid $60 per share range and an average market capitalization valued around $16 billion, JC Penney (JCP), having an investment grade credit rating, issued a $500 million, 100-year bond, that paid a coupon of 7.625%. On Friday, May 15th, 2020, the 118-year old JC Penney filed for…

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Picking a winner is harder than you think Holding a variety of assets reduces your portfolio’s overall level of risk. GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO One of the most important ways investors take care of their portfolios is by diversifying their holdings. If you’re not sure exactly what diversification is, or how to make it work for you,…

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Is now a good time to invest in Disney Stock? Gregory gives his opinion on whether or not now is a good time to invest in Disney Stock If you would like to submit a question that may be featured on the Wednesday Q&A, use the form below! We’re Here to Help Have questions about this…

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Does portfolio blending help in a market downturn? Gregory talks about portfolio blending and how it works for you even in a market downturn. He uses the 2020 market downturn to illustrate what can happen. What steps should you do during a market downturn? Download this complimentary guide, 3 Things to do in a Market…

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Think chasing big S&P 500 dividends is a savvy thing to do? 2020 served up yet another reminder that this is a costly and flawed strategy. All 10 of the S&P 500 stocks with the highest dividend yields coming into the year, like real estate play Iron Mountain (IRM), energy firm and Warren Buffett holding Occidental Petroleum (OXY) plus consumer…

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Its users buy and sell the riskiest financial products and do so more frequently than customers at other retail brokerage firms, but their inexperience can lead to staggering losses. Richard Dobatse, in San Diego with his family, signed up for Robinhood in 2017 and said he lost $860,000 in March.Credit…John Francis Peters for The New…

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