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A surprising catalyst could spur a bull market in dividend payers. Find out why, so you can get there first.
An upside breakout is poised to take shares back to the top of their trading range in short order.
Taking long positions in stocks at all-time highs is risky, but there is an alternative asset that looks headed much higher.
Investors starved for higher interest rates could spark a bull market in dividend-paying stocks.
John Kosar, CMT, has more than 30 years of experience and insight in analyzing and forecasting global financial markets. John spent the first half of his career on the trading floor of the Chicago futures exchanges, and is currently Director of Research at Asbury Research in Chicago, an institutional research firm.
He began contributing to Profitable Trading in 2014 as a way to make his market insights available to the individual investor in a simple and easy-to-understand format. John is frequently quoted in the financial press in both the U.S. and abroad,...
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A number of factors portend more strength in stocks, but there is a potential fly in the ointment.
Several signs point to a near-term pullback before new highs can be sustained -- and investors should capitalize on it.
Stocks staged a violent bullish reversal last week, but low volatility warns of a pullback before new highs.
The market is at a major decision point, but a number of factors now point to higher stock prices.
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