Articles by Rebecca Barshop
Rebecca Barshop is the Senior Managing Editor of the Profit Trends franchise and its offshoot publications, including Strategic Trends Investor.
When Rebecca joined The Oxford Club’s team several years ago, she was inspired to start investing and manage her own portfolios. Since then, she has honed her investing skills and developed a specialization in the trends that spell profits for investors.
Rebecca focuses on how investors of all ages can take advantage of the market’s daily twists and turns. Her unique perspective empowers readers to make the most informed decisions in pursuit of their financial freedom.
Which Companies Are Benefiting From No Summer Vacations?
Summer vacations aren’t dead, per se. They’re just going to look a little different in 2020.
Is Disney a “Buy” Right Now?
Disney has been struggling throughout the pandemic, but here’s why the stock is still a “Buy.”
Profit Trends Talk: Oil, 5G, Summer Trends and More
Matthew and David discuss the oil markets, where to redirect your money, seasonal trends and more.
The Fate of the Housing Market Post-Pandemic: Is This Another 2008?
What does the recent refinancing wave mean for the U.S. housing market? Are we about to witness a 2008 repeat?
How to Use Inverse ETFs to Your Advantage in a Down Market
When the markets tank, inverse ETFs will help keep your wealth safe and secure.
A Surprising Healthcare Opportunity in the Era of “Social Distancing”
Telemedicine, a virtual way to see your doctor, is rising in popularity due to COVID-19 and social distancing.
Will “New T-Mobile” Secure the 5G Crown?
Will T-Mobile’s merger with Sprint succeed? Here’s why we think so.
Your Homework Before the Next Market Correction
Robinhood’s outage during Monday’s trading session affected millions of users. Here’s what you must do before the next market correction.
Gender Typing and Finance: What Women Want… Is Everything Men Have
The financial odds are stacked against women. Here’s how to fight them.
5 Valentine’s Stocks to Invest In
These five companies will likely see a jump in sales due to Valentine’s Day spending.