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Archive Monthly Archives: March 2019

Red-Hot Huya Stock Is a Buy … on Every Dip

There are two ways to view Huya’s (NYSE:HUYA) recent stock performance. On the one hand, if you bought HUYA stock last summer, things are still looking rather sour (Huya’s stock is down near-50% from its 2018 high).On the other hand, if you bought at the beginning of the year when the market was at peak pessimism, you […]

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10 Stocks That Can Outperform Even as Corporate Costs Spiral

Rising costs are crimping profit margins for S&P 500 companies, which peaked in 3Q 2018 and are now falling for the first time since 2015, per the Financial Times. With the U.S. unemployment rate at its lowest level since the 1960s, labor costs are surging. “Data indicate that the tight current labor market is presenting […]

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What’s In Store For The Markets In 2019?

With the first quarter of 2019 almost behind us, it’s a good time to evaluate what’s in store for the markets for the rest of the year. To do so, let’s take a look at what the available data reveals about the big picture.Stock Market Says Things Are Back To NormalAfter a terrible fourth quarter, […]

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Lyft Enters the Market With a Bang

Lyft Inc. (NASDAQ: LYFT) entered the market with a bang in one of the most anticipated initial public offerings (IPOs) of the year. Shares actually went out at just over $87, compared to its pricing of $72, which was at the high end of the expected pricing range of $70 to $72. Overall, 30.77 million […]

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Nvidia Stock Is Still a Good Buy … Even At These Prices

Twice so far this year, I’ve suggested you buy stock in Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA), and if you did what I suggested, you made money, because Nvidia stock is a winner.I admitted in January they were under pricing pressure, and suggested in February they were past the market trough, but my call on the stock isn’t based on short-term […]

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5 Stock Sectors To Beat The Inverted Yield Curve

An inverted yield curve historically has been a reliable indicator of a looming economic recession, and that has a growing number of investors poised to dump stocks as recessionary expectations often trigger bear markets. Not so fast, say analysts and strategists at JPMorgan and Credit Suisse. “Historically, equity markets tend to produce some of the […]

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Apple’s Biggest Mistake Yet

This week Apple (AAPL) held an “event” to announce its entry into streaming videos and credit cards. Among the cheers and applause and the “think different” banners, this marked a new low in the company’s fading effort to remain true to Steve Jobs’ vision of stunning innovation and creativity.In fact, the only association to Mr. Jobs […]

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5 Merrill Lynch US 1 List Stocks That Pay the Highest Dividends

With earnings reporting for the first quarter right around the corner, and the second quarter of 2019 starting next week, many of the top companies we follow on Wall Street are making some changes to the lists of their high-conviction stock picks for clients. With the market showing increased volatility, it makes sense to examine […]

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Buying McDonald’s Today Will Almost Surely Lead To Disappointment

Shares of fast food titan McDonald’s Corporation (MCD) continue to have a stellar year, vastly outperforming the S&P 500. With shares near all-time highs at $187 per share, the stock has reached a valuation that is significantly higher than its historical norms. While we like the company’s move to a more profitable business model, organic […]

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3 Reasons to Buy Microsoft Stock on Any Weakness

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) is definitely one of the companies that every investor should have in their portfolios. After a change of leadership and vision under CEO Satya Nadella, Microsoft stock finally lived up to its potential. Delivering robust gains over the past few years, the vaunted tech firm also pays a meaningful dividend.For these and other reasons, I […]

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