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3 Stocks to Buy for a Plant-Based Food Surge

As the race to dominate meat substitutes heats up, plant-based stocks are becoming an investor favorite. There are a couple of reasons for this increasing interest in plant-based meat. One, demand for meat and dairy substitutes is on the rise due to increasing health concerns over animal welfare and the environment. Second, the novel coronavirus […]

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Place Your Bets on Black with These 5 Gambling Stocks

Gambling stocks have been on fire since March’s novel coronavirus crash. When the pandemic first hit, investors feared the worst for the gaming sector. But, with social distancing having less impact than expected — along with the continued sports-betting megatrend — names in this industry made a tremendous recovery. However, as Covid-19 cases begin to surge […]

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AT&T Is Grossly Underappreciated

My list of investment pet peeves is long. Near the top is the idea that, to successfully invest in a stock, it must ultimately prove to be mispriced relative to the company’s fundamentals. A close cousin to this approach is the “high conviction call”: i.e. buy stock XYZ now because it will be worth more […]

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5 Top-Ranked Tech Stocks to Buy Ahead of Thanksgiving

The three major U.S. indices, namely, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq began the thanksgiving week on a bright note, courtesy encouraging vaccine data from AstraZeneca AZN and the University of Oxford.The AstraZeneca-University of Oxford vaccine has shown 90% effectiveness. Notably, in late stage trials, vaccines developed by Pfizer and its German […]

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All Sectors See Outsized Buying in Stocks

As quickly as you can, name your favorite:Actress?Song?Athlete?Show?Movie?Vacation spot?Piece of clothing?Now … what’s your favorite stock? I bet you struggled for a quick response to that last one but likely didn’t hesitate to answer the first seven. The brain only has so much capacity to recall items quickly. The magic number of items is seven. Countless […]

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Wall Street Is Too Downbeat on Rockwell Stock, Analyst Says. Automation Spending Is Speeding Up.

Rockwell Automation bears are too bearish. That’s the conclusion of Morgan Stanley analyst Joshua Pokrzywinski, who upgraded stock in Rockwell to Buy from Hold on Monday. His price target went to $288 a share from $267. The stock was up 1.7% in early trading to $251.87 a share. Pokrzywinski says bears on the stock are “way too […]

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Tesla (TSLA) Will Be Part of the S&P 500 Come December

Christmas is coming early for Elon Musk, as it has been announced that Tesla, Inc. (TSLA) will be joining the S&P 500 on Dec. 1. This is a significant moment for the company, and it is being spun as both a validation of Musk’s technology and recognition that electric vehicles (EVs) will be the future. […]

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Here’s Why Shopify Stock Is a Great Buy in Any Investing Environment

Shopify (NYSE:SHOP) is undoubtedly one of the biggest winners of the pandemic. In the last five years, Shopify stock has generated returns of 5000% and shows no signs of slowing down.As people live, work and play from home, online shopping has become more of a necessity than a choice. Shopify’s massive growth has been fueled by […]

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A Contrarian’s Guide to Playing Energy Stocks

This quote from Charles Dickens’ novel set in the time of the French Revolution sums up well investor sentiment in the energy sector in 2020. The conventional narrative surrounding the energy sector today goes something like this… We have seen peak oil consumption. The traditional oil and gas industry is on its last legs. Big Oil is doomed. Ditto for […]

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Airline Stocks Could Take Off Despite Spike In COVID-19

The usual holiday travel rush is turning into a rout for U.S. airlines as the coronavirus pandemic forces them to cut about 60% of the available seats they would usually sell. “The rapid spread of COVID-19, along with government and business-imposed restrictions on air travel, continue to have an unprecedented and debilitating impact on U.S. airlines,” […]

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