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Buy 3M for Its Dividend and Becoming ‘Too Cheap to Ignore’

3M is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average that has lagged all year on pressure from Chinese tariffs. My call is to buy the stock below its monthly pivot at $170 down to its 2019 low of $159.32 to lock in its dividend yield at 3.41%.3M qualifies to be a “Dog of the […]

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Buy These 5 Low Leverage Stocks As Stock Market Gets Lift

Leverage, referred to the use of debt to acquire additional assets, plays a key role in the field of corporate finance. Notably, a company needs exogenous funds for smooth operations, to meet obligations and expand business.  While companies can obtain such funds either using debt or equity, it has been observed that debt financing over […]

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3 Reasons Roku Stock Is Still a Buy — Even After Soaring 240% So Far This Year

When any stock price rises more than 150% in a year, it’s easy to wonder if it’s jumped too far, too fast. If that increase is more than 240% in less than six months, investors might understandably think the stock is no longer a buy.That latter scenario is exactly the case for streaming pioneer Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU) this […]

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What Does It Mean When Investors Say, ‘Sell the Profit’?

Wall Street is inventive when it comes to terminology. Consider, for example, “sell the profit.” At first read, it may not be clear what the phrase means.The term refers to selling stocks in the anticipation that annualized growth in corporate profits will slow down. That’s relevant now because investors anticipate weaker company earnings over the […]

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4 Dow Jones Industrial Average Stocks to Sell Now

The bulls have had their fun, pushing the major averages relentlessly higher over the month to date, fueled by a “new” agreement on border security with Mexico (which removed the threat of fresh tariffs) as well as a sudden dovish turn by the Federal Reserve (keeping cheap money hopes alive).But for the second day running, […]

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4 Stocks to Buy for Solid Earnings Acceleration

Constant earnings growth captivates almost everyone, right from the top brass to research analysts. This is because earnings are a measure of the money a company is making. Notably, earnings are essentially revenues that the company generates after deducting the cost of production over a given period of time.Earnings acceleration, however, works even better when […]

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Two Ways to Make Money From GE Stock

General Electric (NYSE:GE) is an emotional stock for traders. The bulls still dream of GE stock’s former glory while the bears think that the company itself is broken.Just this morning a JP Morgan analyst reiterated his underweight rating on GE stock so I am sure it will be under pressure in today’s trading.While I am not […]

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The Best Dividend Stocks To Buy In June

SummaryUS threats to impose 25% tariffs on all Mexican imports by October 1st have caused the S&P 500 to pull back 6.7% from its May 3rd all-time high.Rising recession risks have many fearing a correction, or outright bear market. It’s more important than ever to focus on high-quality, undervalued dividend stocks.This weekly watchlist series offers […]

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3 Small-Cap Stocks With Big-Cap Potential

Every investor knows that if you want to find stocks with big growth ahead, you have to start small. Small-cap stocks, generally defined as companies valued at between $300 million and $2 billion, often have the greatest potential to deliver monster returns. These companies are big enough to have proven their legitimacy, but also still […]

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These 7 Dividend Stocks “Never Go Down” And Pay 6% Today

Where’s the market going from here? Well, if you own these seven “never go down” dividend payers, you probably don’t care.My readers are often asking for safe income ideas. For stocks that pay dividends and never drop in price. It’s a very difficult task, but not quiteimpossible.For most long-term investors who want big dividends–I’m talking 6%, 7% […]

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