As the U.S. stock market and economy continues to move sideways, stock indexes normally reflect this movement as well. Using the Rich Dad’s Weekly Cash Flow strategy, Robert and Jim have identified one market index that may fluctuate at times but will remain in a relatively narrow trading band. This makes it a perfect trade for Weekly Cash Flow.
While negative news can hurt a companies reputation, having diversified revenue streams can offset a hit to their stock price. Using the Rich Dad’s Weekly Cash Flow strategy, Robert and Jim identify a profitable aviation manufacturer hit by recent tragedy that has now settled in a narrow range after steep declines.
The recent stability in oil prices does not mean there are not powerful forces trying to push the price of oil one way or the other. There are. But, those forces have tended to balance each other out in a way that leaves the price relatively stable. Using the Rich Dad’s Weekly Cash Flow strategy, Robert and Jim give insight on an energy sector ETF that reflects the recent stability of the price of oil and is a good candidate for low volatility in the cash flow zone.
When looking at asset investing, real estate has a long list of attractions. It can perform well in periods of inflation and deflation and it’s fully secured. Using the Rich Dad’s Weekly Cash Flow strategy, Robert and Jim give insight on a real estate ETF that closely tracks underlying real estate development and management. As the real estate sector tends to react to Fed interest rate actions, recent dovish talk has kept prices less volatile and has this ETF in the cash flow zone.
Investors should understand that the yield curve today is not the result of market forces, but of Fed intervention. As the market anticipates a rate cut in July, this pivot by the Fed will keep rates in a narrow range for the short term. Using the Rich Dad’s Weekly Cash Flow strategy, Robert and Jim have identified one bond fund that benefits from this pivot and makes it a great candidate for a cash flow opportunity.