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Archive Monthly Archives: June 2019

Why Boeing May Still Be a Buy Despite Latest 737 MAX Issue

Boeing is dragging on the Dow Jones Industrial Average on Thursday but is trading pretty well given the news that the Federal Aviation Administration found a “potential risk”in the 737 MAX.The issue was flagged during a simulator test and is something Boeing must fix before it can get the fleet back up and running.Already, we’ve seen […]

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3 Chip Stocks to Buy This Year

Yesterday, Micron (NYSE:MU) reported earnings and the reaction was positive. In fact, MU stock is up over 15%. This provided positive sympathy moves across the whole semiconductor sector, helping chip stocks like Western Digital (NASDAQ:WDC) and Xilinx (NASDAQ:XLNX).The tech sector tends to trade in unison, but the semiconductor bunch is even tighter. A move in one ripples across all the rest.Year […]

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Morgan Stanley Used AI To Study Its Own Analysts And Figured Out How To Beat The Market

Morgan Stanley used deep learning and artificial intelligence to study the text of its own analyst reports and has developed a market-beating trading strategy based on how computers read the author’s sentiment.For each of the brokerage’s 41,758 company research reports from January 2013 to May 2019, Morgan Stanley’s model produces a score reflecting how confident […]

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Top 10 Stocks Under $20 to Buy Heading into July

At Zacks, we try to avoid labeling stocks as “cheap” or “expensive.” Instead, we opt to look beyond a stock’s face value, and our system puts an emphasis on earnings estimate revisions to find stocks that will hopefully be winners for investors.With that said, low-priced stocks can still be attractive to investors as they present […]

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Five Strong Buy Stocks Ignoring the Selloff

Carnage today in the market as stocks came under pressure early and never relented. Over the last several weeks, most of the overnight moves were faded. Meaning, if the futures sold off overnight, buyers of the dip would be rewarded. On the flip side, fading the overnight move higher often lead to profits. Throw that […]

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How to Play Gold With Stock Options Before Everything Falls Apart

Last week in Namibia, I sat around a campfire high in the Khomas Highlands with executives from the construction and safari industries. The end-of-day talk turned to the sorry state of the world, and why shouldn’t it?Europe is struggling with political and economic weakness. The U.S. is so politically divided that Democrats and Republicans essentially […]

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6 Safe Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

From continuing concerns about the China-U.S. trade war to worries about the interest rates, the stock market still faces many steep risks.America’s political situation hasn’t been this tense in decades. The EU is facing a host of challenges, there’s always volatility lurking somewhere.Add it all up, and things could easily get volatile quite soon. That […]

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Wall Street Is in Love With This Oil Stock

Diamondback Energy (NASDAQ:FANG) has lots of adoring fans on Wall Street. That’s evident by the fact that all 36 analysts who cover the Permian Basin oil producer have rated its stock a buy or something equivalent. That makes it just one of two companies in the entire S&P 500 that have earned a unanimous buy rating from the […]

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Facebook Stock Swings On Introduction Of Libra Digital Coin

Facebook stock gapped up then pulled back Tuesday as investors reacted to the unveiling of a digital coin that could move the social networking giant into new fields of e-commerce and global payments.Early Tuesday morning, Facebook (FB) unveiled Libra, the name given a new digital currency designed to be used for the buying and selling of […]

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3 Companies to Watch on the Dip

ENGAGING IN WILD speculation and short-term trading is unwise for most investors, especially if you need your portfolio to support retirement. However, buying the dip on oversold stocks is not necessarily speculation, nor is it as risky as you might think.The key is determining what makes a stock oversold.At a high level, it’s when people […]

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