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Social Media Stocks on Fire After Snap (SNAP) Breakout

Snap Inc.’s (SNAP) dramatic breakout lit a fire under other social media stocks on Wednesday, lifting Facebook, Inc. (FB), Twitter, Inc. (TWTR), and “visual discovery engine” Pinterest, Inc. (PINS) into strong upticks. All three companies report third quarter 2020 earnings next week, so this price action signals the start of a speculative period that could […]

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Wait for a Pullback in Palantir Stock

It’s safe to say investors aren’t too enthusiastic about Palantir (NYSE:PLTR) stock, which recently went public. Shares in the big data company have disappointed in the weeks since its Sep 30 direct listing. Sure, there was a slight pop from its $7.25 per share reference price. But, compared to recent tech IPOs, this is far from […]

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3 5G Stocks to Buy for the Consumer Boom

On Oct. 13, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) held its iphone 12 event. Since then, customer interest in 5G products and services has been on the rise. Today, we will discuss three 5G stocks to buy for the consumer boom. Professor James E. Prieger of the School of Public Policy at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, says his research finds […]

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5 Simple Steps To Double-Digit Yearly Returns With Dividends

Successful dividend investing is simple, though not necessarily easy. There are nuances which trip up many investors (including most professionals!). These twists and turns create “yield alpha” opportunities for contrarian-minded income investors like us. If everyone else in the market were perfectly grounded and calculated, there would be no chance for us to make above-average returns. Thanks to […]

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10 Best Stocks for 2020: Megatrends Support This Year’s Biggest Winners

These days, investing in a crystal ball feels like a more rational decision than it should. All jokes aside, it has been a tough time for the economy, including some of our Best Stocks for 2020 contest picks. But despite the continuing threats of the novel coronavirus and the upcoming election, a few clear […]

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7 Monster Growth Stocks With Double-Digit Upside

During the immediate aftermath of the novel coronavirus pandemic, millions of Americans feared for the worst. Honestly, they had every right to. Based on the disjointed governmental response and the rapidly rising number of infections and deaths over an unknown virus, it was hard not to panic. At the same time, contrarians realized that this […]

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These Are The Top 10 Worst Short Calls Of The Last Five Years

The last five years have been difficult ones for short sellers, so let’s take a look at the top 10 worst short calls. Despite the March selloff and the weakness in September, 2020 has been especially hard for short sellers. They’ve lost billions of dollars on their short bets over the last five years. Here […]

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Why Are Tech Stocks Outperforming the Market?

During the worldwide pandemic and what is considered to be the worst global recession ever, we are still seeing major tech stocks soar in value, demonstrating that there is a correlation between bad news directly impacting companies and positive rallies. Apple, for example, recently became the first company ever to reach a market cap of […]

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Here’s Why NVIDIA (NVDA) Stock Could be a ‘Sell’ in Today’s Market

Wedgewood Partners recently released its Q3 2020 Investor Letter, a copy of which you can download here. The Fund returned 10.77% for the third quarter of 2020. Meanwhile, the benchmark S&P 500 Index and the Russell 1000 Value Index gained 8.93% and 5.59%, respectively. You should check out Wedgewood Partners’ top 5 stock picks for […]

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Instead of Betting on Ford Stock for 180% Gains, Buy Fiat Chrysler

When Ford (NYSE:F) reports earnings on Oct. 28, investors should anticipate better-than-expected earnings, sending Ford stock up in the short run. That’s according to Deutsche Bank analyst Emmanuel Rosner.But as I’ve written before, low-returning companies also make the worst long-term investments. Though Ford might reward investors this year, investors with longer-term horizons should consider better bets. In […]

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