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Archive Monthly Archives: May 2019

Sell In May And Go Away: 4 Stocks To Dump Now

I think investors should sell or trim their holdings in Fannie Mae, Five9  and Coca-Cola Consolidated. The month of May is a reasonable time to do it.The adage, “Sell in May and Go Away,” dates back to Britain more than 100 years ago. Though the expression is old, the saying still has some validity: On […]

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The 3 Best Stocks/ETF’s To Follow During Impeachment Hearings

With an actual Republican Congressman breaking ranks over the weekend and calling for impeachment, it’s becoming more likely we may finally get to actual hearings. When that will be is another question, but to be prepared for what is likely to overtake the media for weeks on end, it might be wise to think about […]

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Volatility Returns To Stocks – Paradise For Traders, A Nightmare For Investors

The memories of the stock market correction that took place during the fourth quarter of 2018 had just about faded into the market’s rearview mirror as the indices reached new all-time highs in late April. It took four months for the stock market to make back all of its losses, and the price action provided […]

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20 More Best Stocks to Buy That You Haven’t Heard Of

The best stocks aren’t always going to be the most familiar. But sometimes, investors confuse the two. Recognizability is a powerful thing – so much so that investors occasionally make the mistake of trusting that familiarity more than a company’s underlying fundamentals. The sheer amount of attention an organization can garner really can dictate perceptions […]

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GOLDMAN SACHS: These 16 Stocks Will Get Crushed On A Sharp Market Pullback. Here’s A Dirt-Cheap Way To Profit From Their Demise.

Clients of Goldman Sachs are spooked.So says the firm’s derivatives team, which says it has seen a “sharp increase” in requests for attractively priced hedging ideas in recent weeks.The obvious catalyst for this sudden concern is the US-China trade war, which has kicked into high gear in recent weeks. But Goldman says client concerns stretch […]

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5 Cheap Stocks to Buy in 2019

One of the biggest mistakes investors make — especially beginners — is assuming that a low price means a stock is cheap. For a litany of reasons, including how much of the company each share is worth and how big the company is in terms of revenues and earnings, sometimes a $5 stock is actually […]

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4 Toxic Stocks to Abandon or Sell Short for Solid Gains

Precise identification of rightly-priced stocks is the key to successful investing. However, in reality, overpriced toxic stocks and correctly-priced stocks are intertwined in such a manner that it is difficult to distinguish between the two.Generally, overhyped toxic stocks are vulnerable to external shocks. Moreover, these stocks are loaded with a huge amount of debt. The […]

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3 Software Stocks to Buy As They Soar Higher

While trade war hobgoblins may continue to haunt stocks this summer, we must consider the possibility that the recent market drop was a ruse. And by ruse, I mean a temporary pullback designed to scare the children before the market powers to new heights. In any case, there are still plenty of strong stocks to […]

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Value Investors Need to Think Differently Than the Rest of the Market

Today, it seems as if everyone wants to be a value investor. This year’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A)(BRK.B) annual meeting attracted a record attendance. More than 40,000 people traveled to Omaha to hear Warren Buffett speak. That’s 40,000 people who are all trying to be contrarian value investors. There are also thousands of value investor clubs […]

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Cheap Stock or Value Trap?

Welcome to Episode #141 of the Value Investor PodcastEvery week, Tracey Ryniec, the editor of Zacks Value Investor portfolio, shares some of her top value investing tips and stock picks.It’s time to take a look at cheap stocks again.Just because a company has a low P/E ratio, P/S ratio or Price-to-Book, doesn’t mean that it’s […]

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