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One of the greatest investment opportunities are the Dogs of the Dow.
And while some analysts may write off the Dogs of the Dow theory as antiquated, it’s just not true at all. In 2011, there were up 16.3%. In 2012, they jumped 9.9%. In 2013, they returned 34.9%. In 2014, they returned nearly 11%.
Tensions were boiling over with Iran, mid-2019.
In fact, in June 2019, Iran allegedly attacked two oil tankers near the Strait of Hormuz, allegedly attacked four oil tankers off the coast of the United Arab Emirates, and after it allegedly supported drone attacks on oil infrastructure and an airport in Saudi Arabia.
Cannabis stocks were some of the hottest stocks of 2019.
More U.S. states gave the green light for medicinal and/or recreational use.
In fact, the U.S. cannabis market could see sales reach $22.7 billion by 2023, including $16.8 billion in recreational sales, according to a the Brightfield Group. Political support is growing around legalization efforts, and medical programs are expanding around the country.
In late May 2019, after weeks of intense fighting between the two economic superpowers, the U.S. said it would consider restrictions on Hikvision – a Chinese surveillance equipment provider – from buying U.S. components.