Return to Value

Savvy bargain hunters search for underpriced stocks  Value investing may seem like a thing of the past in an era of high-frequency trading, special-purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) and meme stock mania. But that doesn’t have to be the case. Value investing is making a comeback in a year characterized by rising interest rates, heightened uncertainty … Continued

Long Call Speculation

Paying a fee to lock in a price Buying a long call option is like saving a coupon for a rainy day. Let’s say a clothing store sells rain jackets. Shoppers aren’t certain if the upcoming season will be rainy or not, so they don’t want to risk buying a $100 jacket and not using … Continued

Greenbacks & Green Energy

Here’s how to size up equities in the new, sustainable energy companies Renewables still account for a mere 12.6% of U.S. energy consumption even after decades of harvesting power from the sun, wind, rivers, hot springs and tides, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. But that could change. Businesses are developing alternatives to fossil … Continued

Maximum Dividends

The guru of wealth building uses a simple strategy any investor can mimic  Traders can make the most of their portfolios by taking a cue from investment guru Warren Buffett.One of his favorite tactics is buying stocks that pay dividends. Investors can keep the cash they receive as dividends or use it to buy more … Continued