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3 High-Growth Stocks That Are Just Getting Started

Choosing companies that are growing fast can be as easy as looking at several quarters of sales data, but selecting companies that are likely to continue to outpace their peers in their respective markets is much more difficult.That’s why we reached out to a few Motley Fool contributors for their recommendations for high-growth stocks that still […]

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Health Care Stocks Are The Worst Performing Sector

Tom Lydon, ETFTrends.com, and Dan Wiener, Adviser Investments, join ‘ETF Edge’ to discuss their thoughts on the health care sector and the ETFs they’re watching.​Watch the Original post here.

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Forget Canopy Growth: This Marijuana Stock Is Much Better

Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) is the world’s largest cannabis company, but it isn’t making nearly as much money as Florida’s leading operator of dispensaries. Trulieve Cannabis(NASDAQOTH:TCNNF) took an early lead in the state’s heavily regulated medical marijuana market, and it has a good chance to hold on to that lead.Trulieve Cannabis enjoys some advantages that Canopy Growth investors can […]

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3 Surprising Stocks Hitting New Lows Last Week

No matter how hot the market might get, there always seem to be cold stocks. Equities are generally rallying, but there were still 150 stocks hitting fresh lows last week across all of three of the country’s major exchanges.Weight Watchers (NASDAQ: WTW) , Grubhub (NYSE: GRUB) , and BitAuto (NYSE: BITA) all hit 52-week lows last week. Let’s dive […]

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Goldman Sachs’s 20 Best Stocks To Invest In Now

What are the best stocks to buy after a major rally and amid heightened macro risks?“We advocate three strategies for fund managers,” Goldman Sachs’s David Kostin writes in a note targeted to institutional clients. “Own (a) companies with low operating leverage (as opposed to high); (b) firms with low labor costs as a share of […]

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Managed-Care Stocks Haven’t Underperformed This Much in 15 Years

The rout in managed-care stocks has exceeded even the most bearish expectations as policy makers in Washington spar over proposals that threaten to disrupt their businesses.Several U.S. health insurance providers have seen the spread between their stock prices and the average analyst price target widen to the highest levels in at least 15 years over […]

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Three Cheap Dividend Stocks Whose Shares Prices Could Still Surge In April (Like This FTSE 100 Hero)

We’re almost halfway through April but there’s still plenty of time for the following few stocks to surge before the month expires. Come take a look.Hastings GroupCar insurance giant colossus Hastings Group is all set to release quarter one trading numbers on Friday, April 26. It’s a share I’ve liked for a long time as, […]

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Warren Buffett’s Top 10 Stock Holdings

Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A) (NYSE:BRK-B) owns more than $200 billion worth of common stock in one of the most closely watched portfolios in the entire world. And there’s a good reason so many investors keep track of Berkshire’s stock holdings — it’s the investing vehicle of master investor Warren Buffett, the Oracle of Omaha.The common stocks of more […]

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Top IoT Stocks to Buy in 2019

Most of us would probably describe the internet as a vast network of websites, social networks, and videos that users can virtually access with computers and mobile devices. While this would undoubtedly describe the ways most of us interact with the internet, it fails to encompass its vast array of connections and reach. The internet […]

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Docusign: Buy This Disruptive Tech Stock While It’s Still Down

Even though the NASDAQ and the S&P 500 continue to march back toward their all-time highs as market fears subside, some technology stocks still remain well below their all-time highs. Among the most notable names is Docusign (DOCU), the e-signature cloud company that went public last year at $29 per share. Though Docusign was an […]

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