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5 Great Stocks Under $10 for Investors to Buy in September

At Zacks, we try to avoid labeling stocks as “cheap” or “expensive.” Instead, we opt to look beyond a stock’s face value, and our system puts an emphasis on earnings estimate revisions to find stocks that will hopefully be winners for investors.With that said, low-priced stocks can still be attractive to investors as they present […]

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Corporate Executives Are Buying Stocks. Do They Know Better?

When equity markets tumbled in August, one group of investors showed unshakable confidence: company insiders. So much that the buy-to-sell ratio of corporate executives in Europe reached its highest level since December, according to data compiled by 2iQ Research.Such spike in the ratio — it reached 3.3 in August — is usually seen by market […]

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IBD 50 Stocks To Watch: Visa Approaches Buy Point, Tries To Stretch Tremendous Run

Nearly entirely recovered from its July tumble, Visa stock is approaching a new buy point, and is today’s IBD 50 Stocks To Watch pick.Visa (V) is forming a flat base with a 184.17 buy point. The relative strength line is at new highs, which is a bullish sign before a breakout occurs.While that’s positive for […]

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Beyond Meat Will Crash When Investors Realize What It’s Really Selling

Beyond Meat (BYND) is now probably the hottest stock in the world.Its innovative “plant-based meat” is found in the frozen food section of thousands of grocery stores. Carl’s Jr., Del Taco, and a few other restaurant chains sell its products, too.Supposedly, it tastes just like real meat but is better for animals and for the […]

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What The Wall Street Journal Isn’t Saying About FAANG Stocks’ Poor Performance

This past week an article in The Wall Street Journal described the disappointing performance of the FAANG stocks, FAANG being an acronym for five technology stocks: Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google.What did the Wall Street Journal say, and what did the Journal not say? To my mind, the more interesting issues involve what the […]

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The 3 Worst Retail Stocks So Far This Year

With Labor Day here, the summer coming to an end, and just a month left until the curtain closes on the third quarter, it’s a good time to reflect on the performance of the retail sector. The SPDR S&P Retail ETF is up 2% year to date, as the industry grapples with the fallout from […]

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2 Trending Tech Stocks that Deserve Your Attention

The recent earnings season has peaked, but there are still some interesting reports coming out. Last week, the tech industry brought us two such pieces, as Dell and Marvell, a computer company and a semiconductor maker, reported their Q2 results. The reports prompted a wave of analyst attention for each company; we’ll take a look […]

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7 Best Tech Stocks to Buy Right Now

You can tell how powerful tech is simply by looking at the trade war the U.S. is in with China. While all sorts of goods are on the tariff lists, most tech, and specially consumer tech, has been left off the table.And it goes both ways. Most of U.S.-designed and engineered tech is assembled in […]

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3 Penny Stocks To Buy After Hurricane Dorian?

Looking for penny stocks to buy? Whenever there’s a major climate event like Hurricane Dorian or Hurricane Irma a few years back, investors look to certain stocks. Albeit many penny stocks don’t necessarily depend on broader market events. Despite this, it doesn’t hurt these stocks either. So, right now as the South Eastern US is […]

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The Reason Pot Stocks Will Never Recover

For much of the past century marijuana has been a “Schedule 1 drug.” It was put alongside dangerous drugs like heroin.The business of growing, processing, and selling marijuana was conducted in the shadows, illegally.But as you probably know, the laws are changing.Now a dozen US states have completely opened up the market for marijuana. Even […]

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