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Archive Monthly Archives: February 2020

Robot Analysts Are Better Than Humans At Picking Stocks, A New Study Found

In the long run, robo-analysts appear to make more profitable stock recommendations than human research analysts, according to a study from the University of Indiana. The study’s researchers examined 76,568 reports issued by seven robo-analyst companies between 2003 and 2018, and published their preliminary findings back in January. They found that portfolios based on the buy recommendations […]

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Investors Aren’t Panicking About Bernie Sanders. Here’s Why

Wall Street is not a fan of Senator Bernie Sanders. But heading into the second contest of the Democratic primary on Tuesday, investors seem unbothered — even though CNN’s latest poll shows that Sanders is out front in New Hampshire.Andrew Hunter, senior US economist at Capital Economics, thinks that has a lot to do with […]

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Here’s Why Investors Should Take Profits on AMD Stock Now

AMD (NASDAQ:AMD) has had a tremendous run as it gained market share on Intel (NASDAQ:INTC)with faster chips. And, of course, that’s led to huge gains by AMD stock over the last few years.But AMD looks like it has big, potential vulnerabilities when it comes to artificial intelligence and its dependence on China, and now the […]

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3 Hidden Gems Setting Up for Big Upside

It’s tempting – really, it is – to just put your investment money into the big-name stocks. After all, they generate the headlines, and they generate some spectacular results. Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Google parent Alphabet have all broken above $1 trillion market cap. But the big names aren’t the only ones showing great returns.It’s […]

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There’s a Worm in the Apple

Tough question right now: How to trade Apple (AAPL)? Jim Cramer always says that when it comes to this name, “Own it, don’t trade it.”He’s right about that. Most of the time. I am a little different, not just in my approach to this name, but also in my approach to the marketplace. I like […]

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7 ‘A’-Rated Stocks Under $5 to Buy Now

Enter your text The U.S. market remains hot — even an epidemic can’t stop it.While China and other countries are scrambling because of the coronavirus, the U.S. markets keep chugging along.And disruption abroad is actually a good thing for the U.S. markets, since all that money from outside the U.S. needs a place to go […]

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Too Late to Buy Pinterest Stock?

Pinterest (PINS) was surging on Friday, with shares up “just” 13% after better-than-expected earnings.I write “just” 13% because in after-hours and premarket trading, Pinterest shares rose almost 20% on the quarterly figures. What was so good about them anyway?Pinterest beat across the board. Earnings and revenue topped expectations, as did user growth, revenue per user and […]

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Gold Gains As Virus Fears Outweigh Strong US Jobs Data

Gold prices rose on Friday as fears of an economic slowdown from the coronavirus outbreak and lower interest rates globally offset strong U.S. economic data.Spot gold rose 0.15% to $1,572.6 per ounce, but was down about 1.3% this week. It was on track for the biggest weekly loss since early November.U.S. gold futures rose 0.1% […]

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One of GE’s Biggest Critics Just Upgraded the Stock

One of GE’s biggest bears upgraded the stock Friday, but bullish investors shouldn’t get too excited: Shares were only moved to the equivalent of Hold from Sell.Gordon Haskett analyst John Inch, the one who changed his rating, stopped short of recommending General Electric stock. “We are raising our GE price target to $11 from $7,” […]

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10 Mid-Cap Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

One solution to bridge the gap between capital preservation, capital appreciation and income generation is to invest in dividend-paying mid-cap stocks. These are stocks with market caps between $2 billion and $10 billion. The great thing about mid-cap stocks is that they tend to be companies that are growing but that have a focus on […]

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