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Jim Cramer: 10 Potential Tops for All You Top Callers

Tops, tops and more tops. If you had to ask me the most unnerving phrase in the English language when it comes to stock market, it’s that we are at a top.So in the interest of pleasing all of the top callers I am going to give you ten potential tops and how I see […]

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Apple Stock Gets Hit With Rare Sell Rating

It’s not every day that Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) shares get a sell rating slapped on them. New Street Research had dropped its rating on the Mac maker to sell last August, and HSBC just followed suit by downgrading Apple to “reduce,” the bank’s equivalent of a sell rating. HSBC had previously downgraded the stock to neutral […]

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These 3 Value Stocks Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now

Don’t look now, but the stock market is pushing toward an all-time high once again. After panic-selling took over at the end of 2018, stocks have roared back this year, and the first quarter was one of the best ever for the S&P 500, with a 13% jump in the first three months of the year.While […]

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9 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for Every Investor

No matter where we are in the cycle, it’s always good to remind ourselves of what worked and what didn’t. In 2017 Wall Street forecasted a rough year but ended with quite the opposite happening. Benchmark indices hit all-time records, while most sectors witnessed tremendous optimism. In 2018, the long-running bull market took a breather […]

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Pick These 4 Low P/CF Stocks for a Value-Based Portfolio

Value style is considered one of the best practices when it comes to picking stocks. There are different valuation metrics to determine a stock’s inherent strength but a random selection of a ratio cannot serve your purpose if you want a realistic assessment of a company’s financial position. For this, we would suggest Price to Cash […]

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Trading The AI And Machine Learning Stocks – Overview, Scorecard And Picks

SummaryAI and machine learning are the buzzwords of a decade. Picking stocks and developing trading strategies is a not that easy at a stock-specific level.We are focusing on pure play ETFs and stocks on one side, and innovation leaders ETFs and stocks when opportunity arises on the other.We grouped by technical factors and price patterns […]

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Clean Energy Stocks Beat S&P 500’s Scorching First Quarter

Going green in your portfolio would have beat the S&P 500 last quarter, even with the benchmark U.S. index having its best quarter in a decade.The Nasdaq Clean Edge Green Energy Index (CELS) posted a 14.1% gain in the first quarter of the year (ended March) besting the S&P by a slightly more than a full percentage point. […]

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These are Goldman’s Most-Loved Market-Beating Stocks For The Tough Quarter Ahead

A difficult first-quarter earnings season kicks off this week, and Goldman has some strategies for clients to beat the market during this likely tough trading environment.After a record rally that gave stocks their best start to a year since 1998, investors are now faced with an earnings decline of 4.2%, the first loss in more […]

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Bank Stocks Are Cheap. Is This a Tipping Point?: Taking Stock

In the stock market rally, several industries have been left out. Banks (SX7P) are still the worst-performing sector after autos over the past year, and looking at the relative rotation chart sentiment toward lenders is still poor.Banks have been stuck in a difficult environment comprising a weak euro, falling bund yields and an extended period […]

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3 Top Growth Stocks to Buy Right Now

If you aren’t investing in growth stocks, you’re missing out on significant gains. In the past decade, the Morningstar Growth Index has returned 16% per year, versus only 10% for the Morningstar Value Index. The rise of growth stocks has been so remarkable that billionaire hedge fund manager David Einhorn has openly questioned whether value […]

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