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Archive Monthly Archives: April 2019

2 Ultra-High Growth Stocks to Buy Now

The U.S. stock market is in a weird place. While the major indexes have been soaring to new heights this year, corporate profits have started to cool off after a banner year in 2018 and the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China threatens to push the global economy into a recession.Now, the Federal […]

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The 10 Best Cheap Stocks to Buy Right Now

With the market up more than 20% since the late-December low, the argument that stocks — at least some stocks — are back to being overvalued and overbought holds at least a little water. Others argue that the rebound rally has only just begun, and valuation isn’t yet a problem.The truth is, as usual, somewhere […]

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Best Buy Climbs Following Jefferies Upgrade to Buy

Shares of electronics retailer Best Buy were rising 1.6% Wednesday after analysts at Jefferies upgraded the stock to buy from hold while also increasing their price target to $88 from $72. The price target represents a potential 20% upside from the stock’s closing price Tuesday of $73.62. Jefferies is bullish on the company in light of its […]

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One of the Best Penny Stocks to Buy This Week

The Dow is off to a hot start this year, surging 14% higher already. If you want to take advantage of the momentum, here’s one of the best penny stocks to buy this week.In the first week of April alone, the Dow Jones Industrial Average skyrocketed 496 points – putting it within 1.5% of its record […]

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What Is A Dividend? Plus The 5 Best Dividend Paying Stocks

In the simplest terms, a dividend is your share of a company’s profits. They are typically paid out quarterly. Some companies, such as those in the U.K., pay a semiannual dividend to shareholders.It’s important to note that not all companies make these payments. High-growth tech stocks and biotechs often forgo these payouts, instead reinvesting in […]

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It’s Time to Buy Tech Stocks Again, and These 17 Are Your Best Bet

Even as the stock market hits new highs, there’s discernible negativity toward the technology sector. That sets up the classic “wall of worry” for these stocks to climb — which makes them a buy.Below, a few experts with great records in technology weigh in on the false fears, and offer some of their favorite names […]

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The Most Hated Pot Stock Logs Another Sell Rating

The marijuana industry is transforming before our eyes, and Wall Street is taking notice. Over the past couple of months, quite a few Wall Street investment banks have chimed in on the long-term sales outlook for the industry, as well as initiated coverage on a handful of marijuana stocks.For example, the cannabis industry’s biggest cheerleader, Cowen […]

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7 Red-Hot E-Commerce Stocks to Consider

Make no mistake about it. The big internet retail stocks have been absolutely on fire in 2019.Thanks to a series of data-points ranging from renewed consumer confidence to big jobs growth to robust online retail sales growth, it has become increasingly obvious that the fundamentals underlying e-commerce stocks have meaningfully improved in 2019. Broadly speaking, […]

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Bird Is the Word: Twitter Stock Could Fly Even Higher

The “bird” has risen!We have seen some volatile action with Twitter (TWTR) over the years, and even similar action to Tuesday’s action back about a year ago.Fanning out to a weekly chart we can try to figure out the next move. Note the Relative Strength Index (RSI) and the steep slope. On a weekly chart […]

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You Can Find Plenty of Solid Stock Bargains in This Year’s Worst-Performing Sector, Analyst Says

The health-care sector has been left behind by the 2019 stock-market rally.Stocks in that sector are down, in part, because of concerns about proposals by Bernie Sanders and other presidential candidates for radical changes to the U.S. health-care system. But no matter what might be proposed, we are a long way off from actual legislation […]

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