Posted on 05/17/2013
Tom Dorsey talks about the Dorsey, Wright Global Technical Leaders Portfolio that is now available on covestor.com. Individual investors can start investing in this model with a minimum of $5,000.
Posted on 05/14/2013
We have recently partnered with First Trust to bring to market Series 1 of the Relative Strength International Dividend UIT. Within this portfolio we employ relative strength to select stocks designed to be held over the fixed 15-month term of the trust. more »
Posted on 05/10/2013
Tom Dorsey takes a look at an electric car company that has so far this year produced a return of over 100%. That company is Tesla Motors (TSLA).
Posted on 05/02/2013
Late last week and earlier this week, we have been discussing various yield ideas. Another interesting idea to consider within the yield space is an ETF from ArrowShares which is known as the Arrow Dow Jones Global Yield ETF (GYLD). more »
Posted on 04/29/2013
If you're looking for an investment vehicle that provides dividend yield with exposure to both the US and International Equities, one ETF to consider would be the Global X Super Dividend ETF (SDIV). more »
Posted on 04/26/2013
Are you looking for yield ideas outside of the Fixed Income area? Master Limited Partnerships can be a play as they are an area of the financial market that is generally considered to be a dependable source of income with a historically low correlation to equities, bonds, and just about everything in between. more »
Posted on 04/11/2013
Tom Dorsey discussed the importance of following your indicators such as the bullish percent.
Posted on 03/01/2013
March 1, 2013 marked the 6th anniversary of the PowerShares Technical Leaders Index (PDP). In addition to mentioning that, Tom Dorsey also looked at the bond and equity markets and the regression back to mean.
Posted on 02/22/2013
Listen to Tom Dorsey for his perspective on Gold!
Posted on 02/15/2013
Tom Dorsey discusses some of the recent changes we are seeing in the market. The banks sector is shaping up ranking in the top of the matrix while real estate is falling in its ranking.