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4 Dividend Stocks to Buy Amid the Coronavirus Rout

Per the latest report from Johns Hopkins University, the number of cases of COVID-19 infections rose above 10,000 in the United States for the first time on Mar 19. Furthermore, the pandemic has claimed more than 10,000 lives globally, affecting approximately 2,44,500 people across the world.Meanwhile, the coronavirus has also dealt a huge blow to […]

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If Nobody’s Driving, Don’t Expect Anything Different from Hess Stock

Recently, independent energy firm Hess Corporation (NYSE:HES) made business headlines when it announced an $800 million reduction in its capital and exploratory budget to $2.2 billion. Specifically, the cuts will involve reductions in its exposure to the Bakken formation and focused attention on their Guyana-based projects. However, it’s not entirely clear what impact this had […]

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Comcast Stock May Enjoy a ‘Hostage Audience’

As you might suspect, media giant Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) did not have a good day during the midweek session. Despite many high-level efforts to calm the markets and instill confidence in the economy, the benchmark indices have again printed dark red ink. For Comcast stock, the session saw a loss of nearly 7%. Although it’s difficult […]

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Market Structure Working In Reverse: Boeing Under Consistent Selling Pressure

Financial markets continue to exhibit extraordinary volatility, including the single worst day for oil since 1991 on Monday, March 9th, 2020 – a day that saw the United States Oil Fund (USO) lose more than 25% of its value as shown below.This extraordinary price action has continued throughout the past two weeks, with the Dow […]

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3 Medical Stocks Poised to Trounce Market on Coronavirus Scare

The coronavirus pandemic has rattled global markets, causing sharp drawdowns. And with the phase I clinical trial for the COVID-19 vaccine only being initiated this week, chances of getting any quick solution are bleak. This uncertainty is sending jitters across most markets, Medical being no exception. Thanks to the dismal performance of U.S. medical device stocks […]

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Tesla Stock Called A ‘Buy’ Amid Confusion About Car Maker’s Factory

Tesla Inc. stock picked up a couple of upgrades this week while confusion still reigned about the extent the company’s California factory had been affected by a coronavirus-related shutdown.Bank of America analysts moved Tesla TSLA, 16.137% shares one notch to the equivalent of hold as Tesla stock fell about 50% during the coronavirus-related stock carnage. […]

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3 Stocks Flashing Signs of Strong Insider Buying

After historic sell-off this month, the last thing many investors want to do is buy stocks. They’ve just ridden a wild roller coaster, and their tolerance for risk has fallen alongside their precious portfolios. After Monday’s devastating losses in the markets, the S&P 500 regained about half of Monday’s loss. It was a good sign, […]

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Cramer: Don’t Buy The Dips In The Market, Sell Bad Stocks On Any Pops

CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Tuesday that he would advise investors to sell troubled stocks on any market bounces rather than trying to find stocks to buy on market declines.“It’s really the opposite of buy the dips,” Cramer said “Squawk on the Street.” “I only think you sell lower quality.”Following Wall Street’s worst day since the […]

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Wall Street Pros Panic Over Coronavirus While Mom and Pop Buy

If you’re one of those people — a pundit, investor or active manager — who’s been bracing for passive investing and exchange-traded funds to blow up the stock market, well, there’s some bad news for you. But first, let’s recall some warnings about passive investing:Index funds are Marxist or communist Or socialist Passive investing is […]

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This Is When To Buy Microsoft, Apple, Amazon And Alphabet Stock: Piper Sandler Technical Analyst

The megacap tech club is on the rebound.Microsoft, Apple, Amazon and Google parent Alphabet — all onetime members of the $1 trillion market cap club — are sharply higher on Tuesday. However, the four remain deep in the red for the month as the coronavirus crisis deepens.Craig Johnson, chief market technician at Piper Sandler, says […]

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