|Day Low/High||27.40 / 27.89|
|52 Wk Low/High||20.35 / 39.32|
|YTD Return vs Category||0.74|
It would not take a strong rally in oil for this AMJ call spread trade to do exceedingly well.
Wealth managers have to sift through the positive and negative headlines to give clients what they need, not what they want.
Oil prices have collapsed, and there seems to be no end in sight. For investors wondering what to do now, it's helpful to look at what's happened.
If you believe recent oil pricing shows supply outstripping demand, then you want to hunker down in the midstream space, but mitigate volatility.
When markets hop on an emotional roller coaster, expect anxiety, denial, fear, desperation, panic and capitulation.
High-yield bonds and foreign stock ETFs caused a collective stir in July. It was not until the start of September we began to see other asset classes flounder.
Are discipline and decision making ever affected during periods of underperformance? You bet.
These three names are short candidates after their bearish action during Wednesday's strong session.
There are no guarantees that we will experience a correction of any consequence in the coming weeks or months, but the ingredients are all in place.
While most headlines seem to be encouraging investors to protect their portfolios against the imminence of rising rates, there has been little gained by acting on that advice up to this point.
A major concern is positioning portfolios for an inevitable rise in interest rates. But what if they don't rise?
Consider the downside and risks in hybrids -- floating rate securities, step-up bonds and Treasury inflation protected securities.
Janet Yellen at the helm of the Fed bodes well not just for our markets, but also for our foreign counterparts.