Recessionmongers are sounding the alarm this week.
China’s finance ministry announced it would retaliate against the latest round of tariffs from Washington.
That news sent U.S. stock futures lower this week. They recovered some ground from Thursday to Friday after retail giants such as Walmart Inc. (NYSE: WMT) reported positive growth.
But August has already seen the S&P 500 Index’s biggest drop so far in 2019.
Most of the S&P 500’s companies have reported negative second-quarter earnings.
Analysts are projecting that earnings per share for the third quarter could look much worse. As we know, two quarters in the red typically send signals of a recession through the markets.
After two quarters of negative growth, many market watches are calling for the start of another recession.
But the news isn’t all bad. In fact, many analysts point to positive growth in other areas. Retail spending is up. Unemployment remains low and wages are increasing.
Our experts see signs that this pullback won’t keep the bulls down — and stocks won’t remain in August’s trenches for long.
Matt Badiali: 3 Ways to Buy the Dip
It’s a great time to buy the dip!
Before the next market rally, you can find many ways to capitalize on the market’s downside.
Last week, our expert Matt Badiali told you about gold’s rise relative to the falling markets. We told you why he’s bullish on this safe-haven asset.
Now, Matt suggests three exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to capitalize on gains in gold and gold stocks:
Folks should have exposure to gold and gold stocks. I recommend the SPDR Gold Shares (NYSE: GLD) for gold. The VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF (NYSE: GDX) or VanEck Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF (NYSE: GDXJ) are great investments for gold miners.
He thinks the gold bull market is just beginning.
This week, Matt recommended a basket of gold stocks to his Real Wealth Strategist readers. And it pays a massive dividend!
Matt’s Real Wealth Strategist readers have seen their gold trades rocket higher in recent months.
Matt believes gold isn’t the only metal poised to take off. He has two recommendations in a special report to play another trend. Just click here to learn more!
Chad Shoop Is Staying Bullish
Chad Shoop tells us he remains bullish through all the volatility.
He’s delivered multiple market-beating stock trades to his Automatic Profits Alert readers.
They secured a string of double-digit gains from May through August … while volatility rocked the markets!
And it’s all based on the prime seasons Chad follows. They help readers get into profitable seasonal trends in the stock market.
He tells us he’s looking forward to the start of two profitable prime seasons for transport and financial stocks.
Both start in August. And when they do, they’ll yield even more opportunities to profit whether the markets are surging or falling.
Just click here to learn more!
Check out Our Latest YouTube Videos!
Anthony Planas posted the latest episode of his Marijuana Markets: A POTcast. He explains how the latest earnings reports are lifting some cannabis stocks higher … and bringing others down.
You can learn more by watching the video below.
Chad told his readers how trading put options protected their bottom line during the market’s recent volatility. He recommended one put option trade that surged more than 100% in a week!
He thinks there’s still a lot of downside traders can profit from during the current pullback.
To learn more, check out the video below.
Charles Mizrahi notes that consumers are turning away from brands such as Kraft and Heinz. And he suggests one sector to fill the earnings gap left by these underperforming stocks: the technology sector.
Check out the video below to learn more.
Read on to see the topics all of our experts are following this week.
The Winning Investor Daily Team
The cost of oil production in the Permian Basin is higher. The Trump administration’s tariffs on steel, along with declining oil prices, put a major dent in oil producers’ shares. Matt Badiali discusses the falling share prices in the sector, and why you need to protect your portfolio. (3-minute read)
On July 31, the Federal Reserve announced an interest rate cut. Most investors expected the cut and priced it into their trades. But they didn’t prepare for a pullback. Chad Shoop advised you to hedge your portfolio to take advantage of the volatility. Congratulations if you did! (4-minute read)
Two weeks ago, the Federal Reserve announced a quarter-point rate cut. History shows that when the Fed cuts rates, the energy sector outperforms expectations. John Ross talks about the lucrative possibilities in the crude oil sector. He also shares an easy way you can enjoy the rebound in oil prices. (3-minute read)
Name brands are struggling to keep consumers’ loyalty. People opt for store or private-label brands that offer the same, if not better, quality than name brands at a better price. But there’s one sector where name brands still drive sales and revenue. Charles Mizrahi sees huge gains coming from name brands in this industry. (6-minute read)
Last Wednesday, the yield curve inverted. This could indicate the end of the 10-year bull market we’ve experienced. While a recession threatens most sectors, history has shown that some sectors flourish during one. Anthony Planas talks about what a recession may bring for the young and growing cannabis sector. (3-minute read)