Christopher Versace writes the "Growth & Dividend Report" newsletter and "PowerOptions Trader" trading service, which both use a thematic investing perspective that ties in economics, demographics, psychographics, technology and more. He's also the portfolio manager of The Thematic Growth Portfolio and a contributor to Real Money Pro and FOXBusiness.
Recent Articles By The Author
Nucor Reports Strong Results, but Faces Uncertainty Over Tariffs
With uncertainty in the front view mirror, odds are Nucor shares will continue to move within a trading range until we have some clarity on tariffs.
Amazon Aims to Boost Sales of Its Private Label Products This Prime Day
Prime Day 2018 is expected to generate $3.4 billion in sales, according to Coresight Research.
Should Investors Close the Book on Barnes & Noble After the CEO's Sudden Firing?
This was just the latest ugly chapter for the bookseller -- and then there's the dividend.
3 Promising Emerging-Market ETFs
These three funds seem well-positioned to take advantage of a growing overseas middle class.
Why Travel Stocks Could Be in Trouble Just as Vacation Season Begins
The latest data from Bureau of Economic Analysis is a bad sign for the travel industry.
MGM Reaches Tentative Contract Settlement; Apple Developers Conference Opening
The tentative resolution of MGM's contract dispute in Las Vegas is a positive sign. Apple conference likely to focus on software.
The Week Ahead: What to Watch in Key Jobs, Spending and Earnings Reports
It is jam-packed four days as we shut the books on May and move into the last month of the second quarter.
Costco Looks Good for Income Investors as Consumers Become More Frugal
Higher gas prices and interest rates could hurt U.S. disposable income, but would help warehouse retailer COST boost its dividend.
Real Money Deep Dive: U.S. Firms Playing Catch-Up With China on Mobile Payments
China dominates mobile payments in emerging markets, but there's room for rivals. Here are the U.S. firms to watch.
Why More Companies Might Issue 'Special Dividends' Soon
Firms flush with cash from the new U.S. tax cuts could make one-time payments to shareholders.