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The Investing Herd Data Indicates Potential Opportunity Ahead, by David Gilreath, principal at Sheaff Brock, for Physicians’ Money Digest
How can contrarian buy signals (or, going against the consensus of 'WWTHD') aid investors in the current market? Dave looks at the benefits of 'stepping to a different drummer' when it comes to timing your trades.
Stocks in Bonds' Clothing and the "Yield Rally," by David Gilreath, principal at Sheaff Brock, for Seeking Alpha
Stocks in bonds’ clothing may be an apt description of how preferred shares tend to work. Preferreds are a strange hybrid of stocks and bonds that, despite the corona-triggered market decline, experienced an increase in dividend yields. Dividend income is the main reason investors should consider them.
Historical Reasons to Believe the Bull Market May Still Have Legs, by David Gilreath, principal at Sheaff Brock, for Seeking Alpha
Despite fears of a near-term bear market, historical patterns suggest that the S&P may deliver good returns in the coming decade. Not necessarily great, but pretty good.
CVS and BMY Still Undervalued Despite Strategic Moves, by David Gilreath, principal at Sheaff Brock, for Seeking Alpha
Despite healthcare stocks having generally good fundamentals in recent years, the market is still underpricing this category due to regulatory fears and the 2020 election healthcare debate. Yet American demand for quality healthcare won’t change, which may provide opportunities for investment growth ahead.
Preferred Stocks Offer Investors an Alternative to Bonds—And Active Management has been Better, by David Gilreath, principal at Sheaff Brock, for CNBC
As fearful investors have settled for lower yields to reduce risk in recent months, they've poured more than $293 billion into bond funds in the 12-month period preceding September. However, in their flight from stocks, many investors are overlooking a practical alternative to bonds that typically pays higher yields: preferred stocks.
Dave Gilreath explains the potential advantages of preferreds—better yields and reduction of risk from both common stock and bond holdings.
Easing Fears and Reducing Risk With Value Stocks, by David Gilreath, principal at Sheaff Brock, for Financial Advisor
Abundant data suggest that a recession isn’t just around the corner, but expectations of near-term economic and market doom have many individual investors fearful for the fate of their portfolios.
Managing clients in this state is a difficult advisory challenge. But what if you could adjust client portfolios in a way that might assuage their fears, provide some protection in a slowing market, and still position them well if the bull continues? Dave Gilreath shares potential opportunities in a recent article for Financial Advisor magazine.
Tech Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing Still Have Teeth, by David Gilreath, principal at Sheaff Brock, for Physicians’ Money Digest
So, what is the new style box status for large tech stocks whose prices have been dropping even as their surface revenues and earnings continue to grow? These stocks appear to be shifting into the value category—some for the first time in years, or perhaps, ever—making them particularly attractive now.
Why Market and Recession Fears are Greatly Exaggerated, by David Gilreath, principal at Sheaff Brock, for Physicians' Money Digest
While there’s a lot of noise about market failure and recession, when the total picture is assessed more dispassionately, the inescapable conclusion may be that there’s no cause for alarm.
Surfing The Data Tsunami With REITs, by David Gilreath, principal at Sheaff Brock, for Seeking Alpha
The global obsession with faster downloads of streaming video means that 5G will be in popular demand. Dave Gilreath believes the resulting increase in wireless traffic, data storage and processing should translate into significant growth projections for internet-enabled items...and the potential for data center REITs to be well-positioned for 5G investing.
How Global Tumult Can Help US Markets, by David Gilreath, principal at Sheaff Brock, for Physicians' Money Digest
Sometimes, perception about what's good or bad for the stock market turns out to be just the opposite. What if the possible fallout from the current tariff war with China and the political instability in Europe helps attract more foreign money into US markets...because it doesn’t have a better place to go? Dave Gilreath sees the potential benefits.