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Facebook vs. Twitter: Which Social Media Stock is a Better Buy?

Facebook, Inc. and Twitter, Inc. are two of the world’s biggest social media platforms. As people are spending more time on social media for communication as well as entertainment under the stay-at-home normal, both FB and TWTR have been witnessing a significant rise in their daily active users. Both stocks have generated decent returns over the […]

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3 “Strong Buy” Stocks Poised for a Year-End Rally

Ahead of the U.S. presidential election results, the October jobs report and a Federal Reserve meeting, Wall Street is seeking to bounce back from the market’s worst week since March. Sure, plenty of uncertainty hangs in the balance, with investors worried that the election outcome will be contested. However, some Wall Street pros argue that even […]

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It’s Time to Buy the Dip in Overstock.com Stock

Overstock.com (NASDAQ:OSTK) was once one of the hottest stocks in the entire market. But thanks to a pandemic-driven surge in online home decor shopping, OSTK stock has gone from surging star to fallen angel over the past few months.That is, in mid-August, Overstock was sitting high at $130, up a jaw-dropping 5,100% from its March […]

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7 Penny Stocks With a ‘Strong Buy’ Rating

Penny stocks are a fascinating part of the stock market. The high-risk high-reward nature of penny shares makes them compelling. Everyone has seen that stock that went from a buck to $10 a share, creating a small fortune for traders. On the other hand, it’s no secret that most penny stocks aren’t great investments. After […]

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How to Use the Election to Buy Stocks at a Bargain Price

America is gripped with hope and fear ahead of Tuesday’s presidential reckoning. It might be the only thing that Democrats and Republicans can agree on ahead of a historically polarized election. The Republicans naturally hope that Donald Trump will be elected to another four years as president. If he loses, they fear the country will go […]

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Jim Cramer On Potential Lockdown, Buying Opportunity In Stocks

On Wednesday morning, Jim Cramer shared his first take on the markets which included opinions on potential lockdowns, more layoffs, and if there is a buying opportunity in stocks. Cramer on Lockdowns: While appearing on “Squawk on the Street,” Cramer discussed the potential for lockdowns similar to what Europe has done. “There’s going to be a call for lockdowns.” Cramer […]

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Could Royal Caribbean Stock Rise 80% Post Covid?

There could be an upside of over 80% for Royal Caribbean Cruises (NYSE: RCL) stock if its business recovers strongly post the Covid-19 pandemic. The stock trades at about $65 currently and has lost about 50% of its value year-to-date, as Covid-19 essentially brought the company’s business to a standstill. The stock traded at about […]

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Buy Apple Stock Before Earnings as a Long-Term Play?

Apple AAPL shares are up over 6% in the last month, even though they have fallen since its October 12 event that showcased its new lineup of 5G-enabled iPhones. More recently, Wall Street has turned its attention to the U.S. Department of Justice’s antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet Inc. GOOGL that partly focuses on its relationship with […]

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Chipotle Investors Set the Bar Too High

Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE: CMG) came out with another round of strong growth on Wednesday. The burrito roller said comparable sales jumped 8.3% in the third quarter, driving revenue up 14.1% to $1.6 billion, which edged out expectations of 13%. Digital sales tripled in the period, making up 48.8% of sales in the period, a sign that […]

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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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