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August was another good month for the stock market as the major averages all finished higher for the month. The S&P 500 rose 2.9% for the month, posting its best winning streak since 2017. The Nasdaq Composite gained about 4% for its third positive month and while the Dow lagged, it still added 1.2%. Although some strategists are on the lookout for a correction in September, we tried to find the most promising stocks for this month which could be good options for many portfolios. Letís see them.

1. Lennar Corporation [LEN]
Sector: Consumer Cyclical
Industry: Residential Construction
Current price: $107.3 | 1 year: +16.5% | 5 years: +79.03%

2. Advanced Micro Devices [AMD]
Sector: Technology
Industry: Semiconductors
Current price: $110.25 | 1 year: +24.54% | 5 years: +131.95%

3. Facebook [FB]
Sector: Communication Services
Industry: Media & Services
Current price: $382.3 | 1 year: +18.32% | 5 years: +106.2%

4. Nano Dimension [NNDM]
Sector: Technology
Industry: Computer Hardware
Current price: $6.5 | 1 year: +80% | 5 years: +433.09%

+1 Digital Turbine [APPS]
Sector: Technology
Industry: Software
Current price: $60.23 | 1 year: +28.3% | 5 years: +184.15%

Source and details in the Magazine

June was a wobbling month in the stock market. Stocks went up and down, but most of them closed the month in the green range. To help you with your investment decisions, we will try to find the best stocks for July based on fundamental analysis.

As a quick recap of June, S&P 500 rose by 1.1% while the Nasdaq composite gained 3.8%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed the month in red with a loss of -1.2%. In the matter of Gross Domestic Product, the Conference Board forecasts that US Real GDP growth will rise to 9.0% in Q2 2021 and 6.6% (year-over-year) in 2021. Following solid economic growth in Q1 2021 they expect the recovery to continue through the remainder of the year.

Source and details in the Magazine

Collectibles have been outperforming the main indexes in the past 10 to 20 years, as more and more people are looking for new hobbies to make money with.

The crypto and the stock market are feeling a little bit frothy right now, and as people have been feeling  this way for about a couple of years now, investors are starting to look elsewhere. To be more specific, there are some popular collectibles that can be considered as investment options. Some of these investments you may be familiar with, others not so much.

We are all aware of collectibles, we just never thought that these options could really make money, right? People think of Beanie Babes and things like that. However, collectibles have absolutely crushed the S&P 500 over the past 10 to 20 years, depending on the asset type.

You can read more about the best collectibles to invest in here

Trading / What are your favourite books related to trading?
« on: June 14, 2021, 04:32:32 PM »
Although a lot of different sources are available for learning online such as YouTube videos and online courses, I still like reading books when I want to learn new things. The books I have read are not directly related to cryptos but the advice can be implemented for crypto trading as well. So far I have read (or in some cases listened to) the following books:

1. Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom by Van K. Tharp - useful for learning about trading psychology and different strategies
2. One Good Trade by Mike Bellafiore - a good guide on how to build your trading plan and stick to it
3. Trading in the Zone by Mike Douglas - mostly trading psychology, useful if you already have an idea about the technical side of trading and you want to improve further

These are all very popular, I have found them through many people recommending them online. The next on my list is The Richest Man in Babylon - it's not specifically about trading but I heard good things about it. I found all three I have read to be useful.
What are some books you have read? Would you recommend them?

Thanks to the rising inflation risks, investors were rotating their portfolios for the last few months, which means it is getting extremely difficult to choose the right stocks. To help you safeguard your investments, we will try to show you the best stocks to buy in June, 2021.

As a quick recap of May, The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 1.9% while the Standard & Poorís (S&P) 500 Index picked up 0.6%. The Nasdaq Composite closed a red month and fell by -1.5%. The recovery we have seen in April slowed down a little, but that is completely normal. About the economic growth, GDP is looking much better, unemployment rate is under 6%, consumer spending surged, industrial production rose, and the housing market is getting stronger. All in all, we are on the right track and it could affect the stock market as well, so letís see which are the most promising stocks for June, 2021.

Check out the details of the 5+1 most promising stocks in the Magazine

April was an eventful month. We had several earnings reports released, saw new all-time highs, and finally, we heard President Joe Bidenís tax proposals of increasing up to 43.6%. These were the main factors that have affected the prices the month, but some of them were just probably overreacted by the market. For example, the government is likely to increase taxes, but not by that much. It was simply a proposal and it will be in the background for the upcoming months.

All in all, April was an overall green month, which means that stocks have recovered successfully from the correction they suffered back in March. For May, analysts do expect to see the markets continuing in the upward mode. Letís see which stocks could perform well and could be worth buying this month.

Source: Magazine

Many of the indexes hit record highs and ETFs were way up in March, as optimism about the economy is awakening. The stimulus money starts flowing, GDP reports look good, earnings start rising and stock prices rise. Simple math. Investorsí fears do not seem to be rational based on numbers, because business is reopening and the GDP expectations are positive. It is an emotional thing involving fear of post pandemic unknown, after a depressing year. So, should you be investing in the stock market this spring? We cannot answer that question for you, but we can show 5+1 stocks that could perform well in April, 2021.

Source: Magazine

February 2021 Results

February was easily one of Wall Street's wildest month since March 2020. Stocks and cryptocurrencies hit record highs then plummeted under just a few days.

This month has been a rollercoaster for many people. In order to help investors develop their future trading strategy, we would like to show are reliability results of our AI-based forecast system. This time for the measurement, which lasted from 1st-28th February, the price change rates of 20 popular investment targets were under review, and the result was a success rate of 72.16% in terms of accuracy.

Check out the details in the Magazine

March is typically a strong month for the stock market. The S&P 500 Index averaged a gain of 0.5% over the last two decades and the frequency of gains for the month stands at 55%. March is the last month of the quarter and quarter-end portfolio rebalancing tends to be a dominant driver of activity. Will the stocks jump after quarter results? We believe so and according to our AI forecast system, these shares will perform well in March and 2021.

Find out more details in the Magazine

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