New Year Investment Ideas
It’s a new year and with it comes renewed hope and renewed investment opportunities for readers like you.
This week, our analysts and editors discuss:
- The expired child tax credit, and how it will impact consumer spending.
- Three trends to look for in 2022.
- Top-rated companies according to the Weiss Ratings’ stock screener.
- How a non-fungible token (NFT) recently sold for more than Vincent van Gogh’s 1883 masterpiece, “Meules de blé.”
And much more. Here are this week’s top stories from your favorite Weiss Ratings experts.
In an era of high-risk exuberance, conservative investment strategies are nothing new to Mike Larson. Today, he has four questions (and answers) to help readers capitalize on the factors driving markets this year. And speaking of 2022 …
Thanks to 51 Senators, 35 million households are no longer receiving the child tax credit. For Senior Editor Tony Sagami, it’s personal. He explains how it has impacted his family … and how investors would be wise to focus on a likely economic shift.
According to Research Analyst Kelly Green, more and more companies are receiving higher Weiss Ratings. This week, she turned to our trusty stock screener to help you sort through the best of the 1,299 companies rated from “A+” to “B-” … highlighting three top-rated companies.
Senior Editor Sean Brodrick hates prognosticating. But this week, he’s sharing three trends we’ll likely see play out in the new year, including the direction he thinks the market will go … one metal poised to push even higher … and what impact China will have on global markets.
Founder Dr. Martin Weiss talks about how a non-fungible token (NFT) recently sold for more than “Meules de blé” — the famous 1883 watercolor painting by Vincent van Gogh — and hints at more to come.
Until next week,
The Weiss Ratings Team