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Archive Monthly Archives: December 2019

Here’s Why Now’s the Time to Buy Beyond Meat Stock

Plant-based meat manufacturer Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND) has had a wild ride as a public company. The company’s IPO in early May 2019 was a smashing success, with Beyond Meat stock soaring from a $25 IPO price, to a $240 price tag by late July, as the plant-based meat movement gained tremendous momentum.Then, a few headwinds […]

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Real Estate vs. Stocks: Which Is the Safer Investment?

With some financial wizards still spreading prophecies of a coming recession, consumers are becoming increasingly hesitant about investing in either real estate or the stock market.Even if you settle on one investment over another, there’s so much variance across markets that there’s no guarantee that you’ve made the best choice. You could buy rental property […]

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At Net-debt Oracle, A $75 Billion Argument That Stock Buybacks Can Go Too Far

Among finance types, it’s practically an article of faith that the easiest way to use cash to boost a company’s stock is to buy back shares of its stock — the more the better.The counterargument: Oracle.At the software giant, buybacks have spurred a lot of borrowing and spending. Executive chairman and co-founder Larry Ellison’s company […]

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2 Cheap Stocks You Need To Buy By The End Of 2019

In this article I’m discussing two white-hot value shares I think investors should snap up before the end of the month.CareTech HoldingsHealthcare play CareTech Holdings is a top stock I think you need to consider buying prior to the close of December. I’d advise, though, that possible buyers here need to pull their socks up: full-year […]

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3 Dow Stocks to Buy in the Selloff

It could be another December to remember rather than a Santa Claus rally. But beyond 2019 and looking into 2020, Dow stocks AT&T (NYSE:T), Caterpillar (NYSE:CAT) and UnitedHealth (NYSE:UNH) are ready to deliver more secure capital gains and the safety of income all in one investment. Let me explain.Wall Street is breathing easier today. Back-to-back […]

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Stocks versus ETFs: Which Should Investors Choose?

If you invested $1,000 in Apple (AAPL) ten years ago, your investment would be worth $7,000 today. Not bad, right? However, knowing how much, when, and where to invest is a million-dollar question. In playing the markets, every single decision can make the difference between a loss and a profit.And the fact that there are […]

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2 “Strong Buy” Marijuana Stocks Needham Thinks Will Soar Over 20%

The perception of cannabis has changed significantly over the last decade. While in the not too distant past, weed was associated with an alternative lifestyle, the ancient herb’s medicinal benefits have finally been recognized by the establishment, to the extent that cannabis companies are listed publicly, and in some cases have former republican congressmen and […]

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Market Finds an Excuse to Sell Off but It’s Really the Technicals

Many stock market pundits look for cause-and-effect relationships when describing what is happening to the indices. There was bad trade news and therefore the stock market is down. While there is some loose correlation between news and stock market movement, it is the technical conditions that really determine whether the news is good or bad.This […]

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4 Big Name Stocks To Weigh Selling Now Before Losses Widen

As the year comes to a close, a wave of tax loss selling is bound to hit stocks that already are down for the year, sending their share prices plunging yet more. Investors who are planning to dump these losing shares thus might consider doing so early, ahead of the general rush to book tax […]

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Investors Fear Another December Sell-off If Trump Lets Tariffs Take Effect Dec. 15

Investors have been awaiting Dec. 15 as a pivot point for the stock market, with expectations the U.S. and China would agree to a first phase trade deal and stocks would then glide higher, capping a strong year with some late December gains.But comments Tuesday from President Donald Trump that he could wait until after […]

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