June Power Stocks Fight Sell-Off Pressure (Double-Digit Wins!)

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June Power Stocks Fight Sell-Off Pressure (Double-Digit Wins!)

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Matt Clark,
Research Analyst

When we started our Stock Power Daily email, the mission was simple: Find opportunities to profit, no matter what the market was doing.

In the first three months, we’ve found several solid stocks — even amid the broader market sell-off.

Every weekday morning, I send out one stock that rates “Strong Bullish” or “Bullish” according to our Stock Power Ratings system. (Check out the archive here.)

And these recent selections look like maximum momentum plays as market volatility continues.

Let's check out four of June's top performers.

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P.S. Get ready for a bonus company in tomorrow’s episode of The Stock Power Podcast. You’ll find all the details in Saturday’s Money & Markets Daily, or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts to hear my insights right when the podcast releases. (Click here to subscribe and watch it on YouTube!)

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The Fed Broke the Mortgage Market

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Amber Hestla,
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I’m surprised, but there were unintended consequences to the Federal Reserve’s massive quantitative easing programs.

One is in the mortgage market.

Borrowers are paying a rate that’s about 0.6% higher than it should be.

The chart below shows the issue.

The red line is the rate for jumbo mortgages. Traditional mortgage rates are shown as the blue line.

And their recent flip-flop has me worried.

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Yet the savvy investors who get in today have the best shot at raking in the biggest gains about to unfold.

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