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Archive Monthly Archives: January 2020

Do NOT Buy The Dip, Warns Investor Who Says A ‘Brutal Bear Market’ Looms

Kevin Smith, chief investment officer at Crescat Capital, says the bear case for U.S. stocks has never been stronger” and it’s time for investors to be aware of the “gravity” of the current situation. “We certainly did not predict the Coronavirus, but it may prove to be the catalyst to tip this market that is trading […]

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5 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for February

The U.S. stock market generated a stunning return in 2019. But after some unpleasant headlines in January, some investors are worried that 2020 may be a bit more challenging for investors. From potential unrest in the Middle East to the global health threat posed by coronavirus to a general fear that stocks could be overvalued, there […]

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7 Stocks to Buy for February Contrarians

Statistically speaking, the month of February isn’t the greatest time for stocks to buy. Based on historical records extending back several decades, the average gain in the S&P 500 for the second month of the year is a loss of 0.02%. That’s hardly inspiring, which is perhaps why some folks avoid equities in February. However, adventurous investors […]

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Evercore: Great Company, Bad Time To Buy

IntroductionEvercore (NYSE:EVR) made it into one of our screeners recently. We have become particularly interested in investment firms during the past few months and decided that it would be well worth our time to analyze Evercore and share the results with you.Analyzing investment firms is always a pleasure, because their PowerPoint presentations always cover large […]

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3 Airline Stocks to Sell This Week in Wake of the Coronavirus

With the coronavirus outbreak on consumers’ minds, now may be the time to sell airline stocks. Investors fear the Chinese heath crisis will impact travel demand — not just in Asia, but worldwide. However, this recent headwind isn’t the only reason why the space could go lower. Further delays in ungrounding the Boeing (NYSE:BA) 737 Max could impact […]

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AMD Stock Logs Worst Day Since Summer Trade War Fears As ‘Conservative’ Outlook Gives Pause

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. shares fell Wednesday as soft console chip sales overshadowed data-center sales and while more than half the analysts covering the highflying stock hiked price targets.AMD shares finished down 6% at $47.51, following an intraday low of $46.10, for their worst one-day performance since August 23, when summer trade war fears had reached […]

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Morgan Stanley: 2 Best in Class Defense Stocks to Own (and 1 to Sell)

Since Trump won the election in 2016, the iShares U.S. Aerospace & Defense exchange-traded fund (ITA) has risen by over 70%. Geopolitical uncertainty, alongside a massive increase in military spending have been good news for defense stocks.According to Buckingham Research Group analyst Richard Safran, the rally is set to continue in 2020. The analyst believes […]

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Analysts Are Now Starting To Downgrade Some Stocks Because Of The Coronavirus

The Chinese coronavirus is forcing Wall Street to turn sour on certain stocks.Bank of America downgraded shares of Wynn Resorts to neutral from buy and Oppenheimer downgraded shares of cosmetic company Estée Lauder to perform from outperform on heightened fear about the spreading deadly virus. Shares of the hotel chain fell 8% and shares of […]

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5 ‘Strong Buy’ Biotech Stocks to Buy for 2020

Investors seeking out high growth for their portfolios will often turn to biotech stocks. The biotechnology industry, which has become densely populated as our understanding of living systems and organisms continues to expand, has earned a reputation on Wall Street for its explosive potential … and high volatility. In contrast to companies in other sectors, the […]

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Tesla: Sell On The Trumpets

You probably aren’t asking yourself for whom this bell is tolling, but I’d like to tell you anyway. (You’re welcome.) The classic contrary indicator for the market itself in recent (geologic) time was the 1979 Business Week cover pronouncing The Death of Equities. Apparently, because of endless and rampant inflation, stocks were never going to be a good […]

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