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7 Major Pharmaceutical Stocks to Quarantine Now

After a seemingly promising start to the second half of the year, the markets have once again signaled volatility. For instance, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped a worrying 2% to end the prior week. Typically, though, pharmaceutical stocks offer longer-term protection.The thesis is fairly straightforward. Pharmaceutical firms provide an indispensable service. Moreover, the baby […]

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10 Stocks That Can Move Higher Whatever Happens

​As we move nearer to 2019, market sentiment is growing increasingly cautious. And that’s fair enough. Talks of inverted yield curves and the ongoing U.S.-China trade war certainly aren’t boosting sentiment. But even within these conditions, there are still stellar stocks to buy out there.I mean stocks with strong fundamentals and high growth potential. And […]

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Double Your Money with Just One Stock in January

Go big or go home. Any investor thinking otherwise is playing a losing game at this moment in time.We very well may be at the beginning of a bear market – a long bear market.But with the stock we’re bringing you today, you can easily double your money in the next year. It’s one of […]

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The Best Stocks to Buy Now (and One Sinking Ship to Bet Against)

With a successful holiday shopping season in full swing, it’s no surprise that we’re bringing you multiple picks to capitalize on the e-commerce and mobile payments trends.Plus we’ve got a tech play that’s been making organizations more efficient for decades – and one short pick to capitalize on a company that’s on the verge of […]

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Apple Stock Likely to Be Rescued by Better-Than-Expected Results

The recent market selloff has been especially unkind to big tech stocks which were once upon a time considered unstoppable. Naturally, the biggest tech stock of them all, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), has been one of the market’s biggest losers. Over the past two months, AAPL stock has lost about 30% of its value.During this selloff, I […]

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Should I Buy Facebook Stock in 2019?

With a 21.68% drop so far in 2018, Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) stock is no longer the darling of Wall Street.Mishandling user data, being accused of helping spread violence in Myanmar, and the social media site’s role in 2016 election meddling have all weighed down the FB stock price.Those are all part of the reasons […]

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Now’s the Time to Buy These Stocks

The U.S. economy is a little overdue for a recession. With painful memories of the Great Recession still relatively fresh, that word might make individual investors cringe, but a brief global slowdown doesn’t have to be devastating. That’s especially true for individual investors who buy great businesses at great prices and hold on for the […]

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Top Tips for Finding the Best Turnaround Stocks in 2019

Welcome to Episode #121 of the Value Investor Podcast Every week, Tracey Ryniec, the editor of Zacks Value Investor portfolio service, shares some of her top value investing tips and stock picks.This week, she tackles the turnaround stock.How do you find them?How do you separate the good ones from the bad ones?In late 2017, Tracey had […]

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The Two Best-Performing U.S. Stocks Aren’t Getting Analyst Love

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and TripAdvisor Inc. are the two best performing stocks in the S&P 500 this year, but they aren’t getting much love from technology analysts.TripAdvisor Inc.’s 81 percent gain in 2018 is second only to AMD’s 95 percent rise in the index. While Wall Street has been skeptical on AMD for years, […]

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Here’s How to Survive a Stock Market Crash

A rise in the “risk free” rate of return (I’m looking at you, 3-month Treasury bills!) is an ongoing threat to stocks, but rising interest rates aren’t the only things that could derail stock investors.An ongoing trade war has caused the U.S. trade imbalance to worsen to levels last seen during the Great Recession, wage […]

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