Fall Stocks on Fire

MarketClub’s Trade Triangle and scoring technology have cranked out the hottest stocks for November 2019. Our technology has verified that these stocks have strong short-term, intermediate, and long-term trends with the support to continue their upward trajectory. Remember, the markets move fast and things may quickly change for these stocks. Our MarketClub members have access…

Analysis of National Vision Holdings (EYE)

When investors think of healthcare plays, they usually think of defensive dividend-paying stocks. A high P/E and large growth prospects are usually reserved for sectors like technology – but for one healthcare company, growth and a niche business makes for a potential breakout stock pick. Investors can take advantage of this company’s ability to provide…

3 Stocks Moving Quickly Up The List

Each year thousands and thousands of stocks take turns moving up and then falling off of our Top Stocks list. That’s because trading opportunities come and go quickly. Thankfully, our system ranks the best stocks (based on momentum and trend strength) every day and hands that list off to subscribers. Today, the top 3 positions…

5 Things to Know This Week

The markets were very erratic last week with early (but not super reliable) signs of trouble. Between trade war tensions, the 2-year Treasury yield moving above the 10-year Treasury, and an 800 point sell-off on August 14th, investors were left on the edge of their seats going into this week. It’s not going to be…

Time to Pick up This Deep Value Play

Value investors need to have a different mindset than other types of investors. Sometimes that means they go against their instincts. They look for stocks that are near 52-week lows instead of stocks with bullish momentum and positive analyst reviews. Being slightly out of step with what’s currently popular can often be the fast track…

These Signals Saved Members

Yesterday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) fell more than 700 points on trade war tensions. The majority of stocks mirrored the broader market dip, with some of the more heavily-traded stocks like Apple, Inc. (AAPL), Intl Business Machines Corp (IBM), and Visa, Inc. (V) each falling more than 4%. Yesterday was not the first…