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7 International Growth Stocks for Your Shortlist

With the U.S.-China trade war again showing no sign of resolution, and combined with other geopolitical flashpoints, plowing into growth stocks is probably the last thing on many investors’ agendas. And while the U.S. markets have certainly printed some red ink recently, a growth-based strategy surprisingly isn’t completely insane. We just may be looking at […]

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5 Cash Burn Stocks Face More Declines Ahead

Shares of five high-profile cash-consuming companies have plunged this year as investors become increasingly risk-averse and skeptical about the ability of these firms to post sustained profits or free cash flow in the future, a column in Barron’s observes. More declines may be ahead.These companies are Peleton Interactive Inc. (PTON), Tesla Inc. (TSLA), Gamestop Corp. […]

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Buy Delta Stock or Sell It? The Answer Depends on How Long You’re Willing to Wait.

One analyst says buy airline shares. Another one says sell. Wall Street appears confused. Yet differing views among firms aren’t all that uncommon. Reconciling them is simply a matter of your time horizon.On Thursday, Buckingham Research analyst Daniel McKenzie downgraded shares of Delta Air Lines (ticker: DAL) from the equivalent of Buy to Hold and […]

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5 Low Price-to-Book Stocks to Buy in October

In value investing, it is a common practice to pick stocks that are cheap but fundamentally strong. There are a number of investment styles to cater to investors looking for the best value stocks.Among them, the price-to-book ratio (P/B ratio) is an easy-to-use tool for identifying low-priced stocks, which have high-growth prospects.The P/B ratio is […]

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7 Next-Generation Healthcare Stocks to Buy

The markets are volatile this year. And that’s been pretty evident early in the week.But the fact is, the Federal Reserve still has room to move and some of this bad news is simply from the U.S.-China trade war. It just seems dark because there’s little real direction in the global economy and it’s hard […]

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10 Insider Trading Stocks: What Execs and Directors Are Buying

When investors think of “insider trading,” they might think of the kind of behavior to which ex-Rep. Chris Collins recently pleaded guilty. In that case, Collins used material, nonpublic information he gained from his seat on a biotechnology company’s board to tip off his son and fiancée’s father, who were able to sell shares before […]

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5 Defense Stocks to Buy to Toughen Up Your Portfolio

Hold on to your hats, brace yourself for an uptick in volatility … and perhaps give defense stocks a look this October.Goldman Sachs’ equity derivatives strategist John Marshall, in a recent report to clients, writes that, since 1928, volatility has been 25% higher on average during the month of October.”Not only are earnings day moves […]

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Stocks Are a Winner in the Fourth Quarter. It’s Time to Buy.

Summer is over and the kids are back in school. There is a nip in the air, and the sun hangs a little lower in the sky. That however, doesn’t just mean fall has arrived—it also means investors can come back from their cabanas and trade again. October is the end of the stock market’s […]

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Here Are The Stocks That Have Soared And Sunk The Most In 2019

The U.S. stock market had lackluster third-quarter performance. Here’s how the broad indexes fared for those three months and the first three quarters of 2019, along with long-term returns:IndexTotal return: third quarter, 2019Total return: 2019, through Sept. 30Total return: 3 yearsTotal return: 5 yearsTotal return: 10 yearsTotal return: 15 yearsDow Jones Industrial Average1.2%15.4%47.0%60.2%183.1%164.1%S&P 5001.7%20.6%45.8%67.3%246.7%264.7%S&P 400 […]

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10 Monthly Dividend Stocks to Buy to Pay the Bills

I like making money in the stock market, but I love dividends. You see, the problem with capital gains is that to actually enjoy them, you have to sell your shares. The beauty of dividend stocks is that you get to enjoy the fruits of your investment without having to actually sell anything. Think of […]

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