S&P 500   4,277.08 (-0.65%)
DOW   33,990.94 (-0.47%)
QQQ   328.70 (-1.08%)
AAPL   174.73 (+0.98%)
MSFT   291.25 (-0.50%)
META   175.63 (-2.14%)
GOOGL   119.90 (-1.48%)
AMZN   142.21 (-1.78%)
TSLA   913.30 (-0.69%)
NVDA   183.44 (-2.83%)
NIO   20.22 (-3.30%)
BABA   90.12 (-2.73%)
AMD   98.04 (-2.16%)
MU   61.52 (-3.66%)
T   18.48 (-0.48%)
CGC   4.03 (+6.61%)
F   16.07 (-2.19%)
GE   79.77 (-1.60%)
DIS   123.05 (-1.53%)
AMC   22.42 (-9.63%)
PYPL   99.85 (-2.18%)
PFE   49.40 (-0.92%)
NFLX   241.87 (-1.55%)
S&P 500   4,277.08 (-0.65%)
DOW   33,990.94 (-0.47%)
QQQ   328.70 (-1.08%)
AAPL   174.73 (+0.98%)
MSFT   291.25 (-0.50%)
META   175.63 (-2.14%)
GOOGL   119.90 (-1.48%)
AMZN   142.21 (-1.78%)
TSLA   913.30 (-0.69%)
NVDA   183.44 (-2.83%)
NIO   20.22 (-3.30%)
BABA   90.12 (-2.73%)
AMD   98.04 (-2.16%)
MU   61.52 (-3.66%)
T   18.48 (-0.48%)
CGC   4.03 (+6.61%)
F   16.07 (-2.19%)
GE   79.77 (-1.60%)
DIS   123.05 (-1.53%)
AMC   22.42 (-9.63%)
PYPL   99.85 (-2.18%)
PFE   49.40 (-0.92%)
NFLX   241.87 (-1.55%)
S&P 500   4,277.08 (-0.65%)
DOW   33,990.94 (-0.47%)
QQQ   328.70 (-1.08%)
AAPL   174.73 (+0.98%)
MSFT   291.25 (-0.50%)
META   175.63 (-2.14%)
GOOGL   119.90 (-1.48%)
AMZN   142.21 (-1.78%)
TSLA   913.30 (-0.69%)
NVDA   183.44 (-2.83%)
NIO   20.22 (-3.30%)
BABA   90.12 (-2.73%)
AMD   98.04 (-2.16%)
MU   61.52 (-3.66%)
T   18.48 (-0.48%)
CGC   4.03 (+6.61%)
F   16.07 (-2.19%)
GE   79.77 (-1.60%)
DIS   123.05 (-1.53%)
AMC   22.42 (-9.63%)
PYPL   99.85 (-2.18%)
PFE   49.40 (-0.92%)
NFLX   241.87 (-1.55%)
S&P 500   4,277.08 (-0.65%)
DOW   33,990.94 (-0.47%)
QQQ   328.70 (-1.08%)
AAPL   174.73 (+0.98%)
MSFT   291.25 (-0.50%)
META   175.63 (-2.14%)
GOOGL   119.90 (-1.48%)
AMZN   142.21 (-1.78%)
TSLA   913.30 (-0.69%)
NVDA   183.44 (-2.83%)
NIO   20.22 (-3.30%)
BABA   90.12 (-2.73%)
AMD   98.04 (-2.16%)
MU   61.52 (-3.66%)
T   18.48 (-0.48%)
CGC   4.03 (+6.61%)
F   16.07 (-2.19%)
GE   79.77 (-1.60%)
DIS   123.05 (-1.53%)
AMC   22.42 (-9.63%)
PYPL   99.85 (-2.18%)
PFE   49.40 (-0.92%)
NFLX   241.87 (-1.55%)

MarketBeat Podcast: Where Are The Next Small Cap Opportunities?

MarketBeat Podcast: Where Are The Next Small Cap Opportunities?In this episode of The MarketBeat Podcast, Kate’s guest is Tyler Laundon, editor of the Cabot Small-Cap Confidential and grand slam advisory Cabot Early Opportunities newsletters. Tyler shares his analysis of the small-cap asset class, within the lens of the broader market. He also offers some stocks he’s eyeing right now as potential watch-list candidates. 

Do small caps require a different approach than large caps?

How have small caps performed, relative to the S&P 500 this year?

In addition to energy, what small-cap sectors have shown resilience?

How have small-cap earnings done so far in 2022? And what do analysts expect, going forward?

How do small-cap valuations look, after the broad market decline? 

What upcoming Federal Reserve data are important for investors to monitor? 

What hard-hit tech industry is Tyler keeping an eye on now, as valuations have come down sharply? 

Why is Tyler watching the medical sector now, and where does he see promise, now that medical procedure volumes are growing again?

Are consumer-focused small caps set for a rebound? 

What’s a conservative, defensive retailer where Tyler sees strength in an economy where consumers are prioritizing basic necessities? 

Stocks discussed in this episode: 

Gitlab (GTLB)
Sprout Social (SPT)
CS Disco (LAW) 
Inspire Therapy (INSP)
Shockwave (SWAV)
Revolve Group (RVLV) 
Allbirds (BIRD) 
Grocery Outlet (GO) 

Where to find Tyler: 

Cabot Early Opportunities  

Cabot Small-Cap Confidential

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7 Dividend Stocks to Buy When Safety is Your Top Priority

Capital preservation is an important objective for every investor. It's famously summed up by Warren Buffett who says his first rule of investing is to not lose money. And his second rule is to remember the first. When a bull market is racing higher, investors tend to get more aggressive. This means buying growth stocks. And in some cases these companies may not yet be generating a profit at all much less paying out a dividend.

Speculative investors would argue that the risk is worth it since, according to S&P Global, approximately two-thirds of the total return for the S&P 500 index in the last 100 years was due to capital appreciation. The other one-third comes from dividends. And when markets make a move downward, investors are seeking to hedge losses wherever they can. That's where dividend stocks come in.

In this special presentation, we're analyzing seven dividend stocks that investors can look for when they're looking for safety from market volatility. These dividends are safe and likely to continue to rise on a yearly basis.

View the "7 Dividend Stocks to Buy When Safety is Your Top Priority".

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