Investor Alert


June 2, 2020, 9:00 a.m. EDT

Stocks could repeat March troubles if Trump sends in the military, warns top economist

By MarketWatch


Our call of the day from economics professor Tim Duy says a threat by President Trump to send troops to the streets of the U.S. could backfire badly for equities. See full story.

Dow futures rise as Wall Street focuses on easing coronavirus lockdowns amid civil unrest

U.S. stock benchmarks are indicating gains Tuesday morning, reversing earlier declines in stock-index futures, as investors trained their attention on the prospect of fuller business activity in the wake of the coronavirus, and away from a fresh round of clashes in major U.S. cities due to the killing of an unarmed black man under the custody of a white police officer. See full story.

Trump threatens to mobilize military to quell protests; crowd tear-gassed ahead of photo op

President Donald Trump late Monday threatened to mobilize the U.S. military to keep the peace across the nation, following days of violent protests. See full story.

Biotech’s smart money is already focused on disease prevention, boosting immune systems and longevity

‘Health is the new wealth’ thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. See full story.

This unusual income fund has a dividend yield of 6.5% and has beaten the S&P 500

John Bartlett at the Reaves Utility Income fund selects companies with high returns on equity from expansion or improvement projects. See full story.


The CNBC host and former hedge-fund manager recommends these ‘stay-at-home’ stocks and warns of ‘huge second wave.’ See full story.

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