Inverted Head and Shoulder is here, D chart. One of the most precise reversal signals.
But, does BREXIT is responsible for these price movements??
I dont know, but I know next:
If you already hold a buy, put positive S/L and protect your s.
If you are thinking t go in, wait. MA200 is, beside of neckline, reliable resistance level so some price opposite move is...
$ROST shows a tremendously steady upward trend over the last 6 years.
Currently trading more to the upper end of the trend channel.
Also my dividend-radar shows that there is no "value" to be had here.
Currently for me only a hold and if it moves to the 120-126 area within the next 3 months I will shed some of my position.
In the opposite direction it will be more...
Personally i think a lot of people gonna protect their capital in some of these high paying yield retailers who have taken a hit. past couple months.
That's why i expect a squeeze soon with 2 gap fill targets (seen on chart)
LXP blew away analyst expectations on its last earnings report, beating by 200%. It got a nice pop after earnings, then collapsed when it announced a $10 million share offering. It started to recover after it announced what it was doing with the money raised from investors: purchasing new properties to accelerate its growth. If LXP is as good a steward of the new...
Shell is at 2 year support that it does not often break
The current dividend yield is 7%.. Shell has not missed a dividend payment since the second world war
>> The current cash flow is huge and enough to cover yield (pay-out 75%)
The price is at the bottom of its trading cycle. Best price to historically buy at...
Oil has started trending up supporting an...
Before start reading on; this chart is inverted. More on that later
According to Mike Maloney, the S&P 500 dividend yield curve is the second best way to measure a stocks value (after the Shiller S&P500 PE Ratio -made a post on this, go check it out). The ratio indicates how much a company pays out in dividends each year relative to its share...
Last week i installed the Brave Browser and i need to say ... wow, interesting. Getting rewards for your attention. its direct, it's clear and simple. the idea is based on BAT and BAT is based on Ethereum.
but why crypto...
The Brave Browsers reward system is based on BAT. You surf the net, visiting sites, watch ads and so on. And what i really like is the fact...
Undervalued using Divi Yield Theory by 38%. Currently 5 Star stock from M*.
Buying on support for a long lasting dividend stock, it is not a high dividend bu it has increased for 19 consecutive years and 6.42% growth rate last 5.
Still in downtrend but has already bounced off demand line once. Perfect time to start accumulation.
HMLSF has been in intermediate downtrend since Oct 2018 and is nearing very strong support zone. This Marijuana ETF boasts a 4.6% div yield w/ $800M AUM.
This might just be one of your best bets for playing the industry "Safely" if you're looking for exposure to the industry.
expect ≈5% pullback prior to breaking out in either direction; while pattern has been confirmed as symmetrical triangle, it shouldn't breakout at this point. If it does; wait for vol confirmation.
Fat divi, but PE is ≈2x Historical which means it may be overpriced.
If fed does not lower interest rates next Qtr don't be surprised to see REITs pullback.
ECA Marcellus Trust is an example of an extremely high-dividend stock. Because of its high dividend that comes every three months, the stock moves in predictable cycles. The stock gets bought by dividend miners during the lead-up to a dividend, and then it sells off afterward.
There are about 61 trading days between ex-dividends. The low typically comes sometime...
Recognia is flashing am Elliott Wave 3 extension for Rio Tinto, with a price target of $73.86. I'm skeptical that we'll get that high, because it's outside the current trend channel, which I expect to break after RIO reports earnings on August 1. However, I do think it's likely that there's upside ahead as we approach the half-year earnings date. RIO has a low P/E...