Trifecta Stocks: Bracing for the Stock Market's Own Hurricane Season

The following is an excerpt from Trifecta Stocks Weekly Roundup sent to subscribers on Sept. 8. Click here to learn about this dynamic portfolio and market information service.

Hurricanes and Washington, D.C. took center stage this week, and surprisingly, despite both news events, the overall stock market held up arguably better than expected even as companies started issuing Hurricane Irma-related warnings. Given the magnitude of these storms and subsequent destruction, the fallout will dominate headlines over the coming days. We also recognize companies, ranging from Disney (DIS) to Kroger (KR) to Carnival Corp. (CCL) and a host of retailers, will see disruptions that will weigh on expectations for the current quarter as well as overall economic growth....787 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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