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Archive Monthly Archives: September 2020

Hotel Stocks Under Pressure After Key Downgrades

Hotel and lodging stocks could come under pressure in coming sessions after back-to-back downgrades of Choice Hotels International, Inc. (CHH), holding company for Quality Inn, Clarion, Rodeway, Comfort, and eight other regional chains. Market players should watch industry leader Marriott International, Inc. (MAR) in addition to Choice, because the S&P 500 component has lagged its […]

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It May Be Time to Give Up on Cisco Stock

In sports, a losing team’s first move is to fire the manager. In business, this is the last move. Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO) has been adrift ever since Chuck Robbins became CEO in 2015. Once the world’s most valuable company, Cisco stock has gained less than 10% each year over the last five.Its most recent results, revenue […]

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It’s Not Too Late To Buy Into The Rebound, According To One Strategist

Investors still have a chance to get in on what could be a six- to 12-month market rebound, says one strategist. The S&P and Dow Jones Industrial Average on Monday saw their best daily performance since Sept. 9. With the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 rebounding from respective 10% and 15% declines, investors have more to be […]

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3 Airline Stocks That Are Set to Soar

One way to look at the airline sector is by looking at what analysts are saying. And despite many planes still grounded, analysts are finding airline stocks to buy. In fact, there are a few that have received a “strong buy” rating. Do the analysts know something we don’t? Not really. But analysts know that when […]

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Consider Adding This Little-Known DGI Stock To Your Portfolio

I mentioned in a recent monthly update that I was thinking about bringing back the style of analysis I used when I was first assembling my dividend growth portfolio. Currently, the portfolio is very underweight in the communications services sector, and I finally decided to address that. I published an article of this style a little […]

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Carnival Looks To Be Permanently Impaired

The cruise line stocks have been volatile since the pandemic hit, to say the least. The group has been grappling with unprecedented levels of uncertainty, because the point when they’ll be able to generate meaningful revenue again hasn’t yet been decided, and perhaps worse, it is completely out of their control. I have had mixed feelings on the […]

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A Classic Bubble Is Starting To Deflate

Earlier in 2018, Jeremy Grantham laid out a path for a classic bubble in the S&P 500 Index (SP500) which he actually walked back upon in a CNBC interview in the spring of 2019. We have actually followed the path of that classic bubble scenario, only with a delay, and the bubble appears to be near […]

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Have Insiders Been Selling Adobe Inc. (NASDAQ:ADBE) Shares This Year?

We’ve lost count of how many times insiders have accumulated shares in a company that goes on to improve markedly. On the other hand, we’d be remiss not to mention that insider sales have been known to precede tough periods for a business. So shareholders might well want to know whether insiders have been buying […]

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American Airlines Stock – Wait Or Buy?

With the resurgence of Covid-19 infections in Europe and the U.S. government’s aid to Airlines about to expire, investors are pessimistic about Airlines stocks. This is why American Airlines’ stock (NYSE:AAL) has dropped nearly -10.6% in the last 5 trading days. So what does it mean for investors? We believe that the near term downside […]

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4 New Stocks That Can Be Long-Term Value Creators

For an active investor using the top-down approach or bottom-up approach for new stocks to buy, there is no dearth of opportunities. Initial public offering is one major source of identifying value creators and holding them for the long term. This statement is backed by the fact that the S&P U.S. IPO & Spinoff Index […]

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