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Here’s How to Trade FedEx Stock Now With Confidence

There was a time when FedEx (NYSE:FDX) stock was a sure thing. It only had one serious competitor in United Parcel Service (NYSE:UPS), and there was plenty of business to go around for both to thrive. The pair traded in unison — and alongside the major indices. But this is no longer true. FDX stock has […]

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8 Social Media Stocks to Buy or Sell

On the surface, social media stocks fundamentally appear poised to perform relatively well amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. With most forms of commerce and business services now shifting online, there has never been a more important time for companies to be relevant on the internet. This dynamic bodes well for the broader advertisement front. While I […]

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Best Stocks To Buy As Nasdaq Continues Record-Breaking Streak

The markets were down slightly this morning after a stellar performance yesterday, although some losses have been recovered. Investors would be keenly observing the second-quarter earnings season that is scheduled to begin next week. Several economic data points have also weighed on sentiment this morning. The industrial production data for Germany was weaker than expected […]

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Uber’s Postmates Deal: One Trader Says It’s Time To Short The Stock

Uber just added Postmates to its portfolio. The ride-hailing company agreed to buy the food-delivery service on Monday for $2.65 billion in an all-stock deal. The news added to Uber shares’ recent gains, rallying 6% on top of a 25% surge in the past three months. Danielle Shay, director of options at Simpler Trading, said Uber is […]

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Goldman Sachs Picks 2 Stocks to Buy (and 1 to Sell)

Is it time to rain on the parade? Or is it time to buy into the markets? That’s what investors must decide. And according to Wall Street banking giant Goldman Sachs, they may need to make up their minds quickly.Goldman starts by pointing out what we all know, that the S&P 500 is up almost 40% […]

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‘If Buffett’s Back In, It Can’t Be That Bad’: Here’s What Commentators Are Saying About Berkshire Hathaway’s $10 Billion Deal With Dominion Energy

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway announced a $10 billion agreement to buy Dominion Energy’s natural gas storage and transmission business on Sunday. Commentators scrambled to weigh in on the deal’s significance after an uncharacteristically quiet period for the famed investor and his conglomerate. “If Buffett’s back in, it can’t be that bad,” BNY Mellon’s chief strategist Alicia Levine […]

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This Might Be the Worst Time Ever to Buy Tesla Stock

Tesla’s gains have pushed shares about as far away from Wall Street’s average price target as they ever get. That could be a risk for bullish investors. Tesla stock (ticker: TSLA) has gained about 55% over the past month, closing up 13.5% Monday at $1,371.58, a record. JMP Securities analyst Joe Osha was the latest catalyst, […]

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It May Get Worse, But Shell’s On The Right Track

Thesis SummaryMarkets were hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, but few stocks have suffered as much as energy stocks. These companies are facing lower gas/oil prices as well as longer-term demand headwinds. Out of the energy companies, Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) has shown financial responsibility and foresight which is why I am bullish long term.Company […]

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This Time It’s Different: Inflation, Stocks, Bonds And Gold

Thesis SummaryMany economists have been predicting for quite a while that the Fed’s actions would lead to inflation. And yet, for the last decade, we have seen deflation, if anything, in most of the western economies. In this article, I will discuss why this has been the case, and why I expect this to change shortly, […]

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D.R. Horton, Lennar, and KB Homes: Stocks To Play The Housing Recovery

The U.S. housing market has shown signs of recovery despite the coronavirus pandemic, with demand appearing to outstrip supply with inventory remaining tight. Pending home sales – a measure of signed contracts on existing homes – jumped 44% month over month in May and were down just 5% year-over-year per the National Association of Realtors, […]

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