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Why Is Disney Seeing A Pandemic Surge If Some Of Its Parks Are Closed?

Entertainment giant Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) is showing investors that it pays to wait. Shares of the global entertainment giant surged more than 13% on Friday to close at $175.72, a record high. That’s an astonishing development at a time when the pandemic has deprived the Burbank, California-based company of much of its revenue from its […]

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Time to Make a Move? J.P. Morgan Offers 3 Stocks to Buy

The markets are doing well in November. Powered by the conclusion (albeit controversial) of the election results and by the enthusiasm around potential vaccine for COVID 19, the S&P 500 soared more than 10% this month. Are there any more high profile news stories left to drive the markets higher or do we go down from […]

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Berkshire Hathaway Appears to Have Sold About $4 Billion of Apple Stock in Third Quarter, According to Filings

Berkshire Hathaway (ticker: BRK/A) appeared to sell about $4 billion of Apple shares (AAPL) in the third quarter, according to disclosures in the company’s 10-Q report released Saturday in conjunction with the company’s third-quarter earnings release. Berkshire also was a seller of financial stocks and a buyer of industrial stocks in the period, according to the […]

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7 Smart Ways To Buy Cheap Stocks With Confidence

Before the pandemic, many financial analysts fretted that younger Americans were not investing in the markets to the rate that prior generations did at the same age bracket. A major reason why is that many millennials came of age during a period of tumult and economic recession. That lingering memory had prevented young folks from […]

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Coca-Cola’s Earnings Take a Historic Hit From Decreased Consumer Interactions

Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) investors are used to outperforming the market during recessions, but so far that situation has been flipped in 2020. The beverage giant is trailing the S&P 500 this year and is lagging rivals like PepsiCo (NASDAQ: PEP). On Tuesday, Coke’s fiscal second-quarter results helped illustrate why investors should brace for a more challenging road ahead for its business while […]

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Energy Transfer Has the Legs to Beat the Sell-Off

Energy Transfer (NYSE:ET) shares have recovered somewhat in the last month, but are still down about 16% year-to-date. As is the case with most energy stocks, investors balked at the sight of any oil and gas company due to the novel coronavirus. That led to a substantial dip in ET stock prices. However, energy stocks […]

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3 Top Stocks With High Dividend Yields

The idea behind buying these three stocks is the same. They all have dividend yields above 3% and the potential to grow earnings significantly in the future. The downside should be protected by the dividend while the upside comes from releasing the value inherent in each company. Let’s take a look at why 3M (NYSE: MMM), Watsco (NYSE: WSO), and Eaton (NYSE: […]

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My 5-Year Plan For Picking Dividend Doublers

The blue-chip corporations that make up the Dividend Aristocrats are a tribute to the power of dividends. They have raised their payouts for 25 straight years or more and, most importantly, made many of their investors quite wealthy in the process. Unfortunately for us, everyone already knows these firms are great. And as a result, their stocks […]

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As Tesla Surges, Let’s Explore the Difference Between Companies and Stocks

It seems like just about every other week Elon Musk and his company, Tesla Motors, are in the news for one reason or another.  In fact, the company’s stock has seen a huge surge in price to begin 2020.  After Monday’s close (February 10th, 2020), Tesla’s stock is now up 84.44% year-to-date.  Since Tesla’s initial public […]

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Here’s How to Hedge Coronavirus and Other Dangers to Your Stock Portfolio

Investors worried about how badly coronavirus will hurt stocks might consider hedging their portfolio. And hedging like a pro trader these days can be as easy as buying an exchange- traded fund.ProShares, for instance, offers “geared” ETFs. In this context, that means leverage. Financial leverage magnifies the ETF’s assets under management with complicated financial products, […]

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