Scott Stewart has been trading for decades. He has acted as an analyst and educator on the stock market for just as long. As your Rich Dad's Weekly Cash Flow analyst, Scott works tirelessly to ensure you know everything you need to do when entering into new positions, and adjusting trades as you go along....
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.
The U.S. – China trade war is affecting retailers in the U.S, but a booming economy continues to offset this headwind to growth. This dynamic tension between good and bad news will keep retailers trading in a narrow range for now. Using the Rich Dad’s Weekly Cash Flow strategy, Robert and Jim have identified one wholesale giant that uses its pricing power to insulate them from trade war fears and keeps it trading in a narrow range.
As stocks continue to experience major volatility with wild swings in the market, the safest play involves diversification. Index funds tend to be less volatile than individual stocks which gives them more appeal for investors. Using the Rich Dad’s Cash Flow strategy, Robert and Jim explain how this giant index fund can cancel out individual stock trends and keep you inside the cash flow zone to maximize your profits.
The volatile phase of the stock market is over as the roller coaster dynamics of late last year have subsided. Companies that generally move in sync with the overall market are trading in this new narrow range. Using the Rich Dad’s Weekly Cash Flow strategy, Robert and Jim revisit a past recommendation that will mirror the current state of the good news/ bad news macroeconomic environment and again is a perfect candidate for our cash flow strategy.