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This life sciences company faces an impressive growth opportunity in the years ahead.

Are you missing out on some of the exciting things happening in the energy sector?

This category of stocks may indeed be able to withstand the financially devastating effects of a U.S. dollar collapse.

Sometimes turn around stocks offer great long-term appeal but often there are great risks.

The market has shifted its appetite from high-flying growth stocks to more stable dividend paying companies.

The PEG ratio is not an end all solution, but we have used it to help us find three attractively priced growth stocks that could help your portfolio outperform the markets over the long-haul.

This diversified food company has many leading brands and the ability to survive the ups and downs of the market.

Utility stocks, REITS, and MLPs can offer a conservative way to get more income without sacrificing growth potential.

Led by increased production of both shale oil and shale gas, the U.S. is finally reversing an energy production decline that spanned at least 35 years.

This fast growing innovative company gives investors 5 strong reasons to consider investing in its future.

Over my nearly two decades as an investor, Jay Peroni, CFP, has made many profitable investments simply by following what’s going on in the world… just by following the trends.

Investors look for easy ways to beat the market, yet most of them significantly underperform the benchmarks. Why?

The Genesis 12 Portfolio strategy is based on Genesis 12:3 and consists of twelve companies based in Israel that have met our moral and financial criteria.

A number of companies that focus on healthier foods did quite well in 2013 and this trend should continue throughout 2014 and beyond.

Many investors have overlooked the travel industry and are missing out some nice gains. Airline stocks have had a good run recently and I expect that trend to continue…

Last year Jay Peroni’s Green Science and Technology strategy was up 68% and was his top portfolio. Here’s a new ‘green’ stock that shows great upside potential.

Middleby (MIDD) should continue to see significant market share gains over the next couple of years and beyond.

Hanesbrands (NYSE:HBI) is truly a world dominating company. It has had a good run the past few years and I expect that trend to continue as it has great exposure in Wal-Marts and Targets.

This innovative recreation company has thrived while many of its peers have seen slumping sales.

Today, we examine some of the new IRS guidelines and 2014 tax changes.

Despite decent earnings, Tesla’s future outlook has investors concerned. Is now a good time to buy?

When I look at China, I see attractive valuations.

Is the recent Chinese tech sell-off overdone or warranted? Better yet, how can we potentially profit from the uncertainty?   by Jay Peroni, CFP® If you have been watching the financial news the past week or so, you may have noticed the huge sell-off in Chinese stocks, particularly those in the high-tech world. First, there was […]

This little known Canadian company provides exposure to rising gold prices and allows investors to pocket healthy dividend payments along the way.

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Are You Ready to Retire?

by Jay Peroni on October 17, 2013 · 2 comments

Many workers are delaying retirement because of rising longevity, economic uncertainty, and a lack of adequate retirement savings.

Microchip has produced nearly 14% in annual returns for the past 15 years.

The bottom line is the recent market pullback could present a good buying opportunity for investors with an appetite for risk. No one truly knows what’s next for the markets. But if history is our guide, the markets should rebound nicely.

One of my favorite income investments is Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs).

This little known investing “secret formula” has helped me beat the market 3-to-1 since 2009.

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3 Stocks in a Red Hot Sector

by Jay Peroni on September 19, 2013 · 0 comments

Right now, technology is still one of my favorite sectors heading into the end of the year.

Most growth companies do not pay a dividend so investors, instead, focus on earning profits through capital gains.

If you are looking for a safe dividend paying investment, with the potential for long-term growth, MKTX is worth a closer look.

This week I wanted to introduce you to one of the leading edge companies in the design and development of mobile apps…

If you are looking for an attractive technology stock, AVG Technologies is worth a closer look.

What if you could find a recession proof company that pays you 3.4% per year in good times and bad?

One of my favorite ways to play the housing boom has been with this flooring company that is up over 67% this year.

Even in a tough economy, there always seems to be a wait to get a table at this restaurant.

This stock has returned an average of 19% per year for the past decade.

When the recession was in full motion in 2008-09, one would think high end furnishing companies would have experienced a major downturn, yet this company produced a positive return during those tough two years.

Given the future trends of healthcare, investors should be looking for the highest quality healthcare stocks with the brightest future. Here’s one stock to consider.

This globally-diversified meat company has raised its dividends 47 years in a row

The crisis facing healthcare and global water supplies is real.

For investors looking for a steady flow of income along with good growth potential, National Retail Properties (NNN) is worth a closer look.

With a rising global population contributing to a substantial increase in food consumption, we believe this stock is well positioned to outperform in the months ahead.

This is the latest addition to Jay’s All Weather Stock Portfolio…

This week, Jay shares the inside scoop on a little known Mexican airport that could net you 10% or more over the next 12 months…

Here’s one stock that we are using to prepare for the inflation’s nasty comeback. Its already up nearly 50% since we issued a buy signal to our FTMQuarterly newsletter subscribers.

Many dividend seekers traditionally look to royalty trusts for a natural gas play, but I think a company like Rentech provides more diversification and upside potential.

Global infrastructure is a rapidly growing investment theme that has a layer of insulation from stock market volatility, downturns and inflation.

Did you know the United States is projected to be the world’s top oil producer within the next seven years? How will this happen? One word: shale.