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Stocks Are Getting Hammered — Here’s What to Buy Now

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped as much as some 700 points Monday, while the S&P 500 shed as much as 80 points (2.8%) after China retaliated against President Donald Trump’s increased tariffs on Chinese goods. What should you do now?With the S&P and the Dow Jones Industrial Average both down about 4.6% since their […]

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Warren Buffett Was Wrong About The Trade War

The legendary investor Warren Buffett may have a gift for recognizing risks and anticipating disasters, but he was off the money last year when he predicted there wouldn’t be a trade war between the US and China.”I don’t think either country will dig themselves into something that precipitates and continues any kind of real trade […]

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Wish You Would’ve Taken Profits Before The Pullback? Here’s How To Sell Stocks The Right Way

This week on the “Investing with IBD” podcast, we discussed the importance of profit-taking strategies. With the stock market pulling back amid trade war fears, it’s key to make adjustments to your portfolio. By learning how to sell stocks at the right time, you can make sure you’re locking in gains before they fade. We […]

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Bitcoin vs. Facebook Coin: How A Rivalry May Turn Into Mass Adoption

Ben Mezrich, the author of The Accidental Billionaires, later adapted for film as The Social Network, will be releasing a new book this month – The Bitcoin Billionaires: A True Story of Genius, Betrayal, and Redemption. It gives an account of the rivalry between Mark Zuckerberg and the Winklevoss twins, which sets the twins down […]

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Buffett’s ‘Ridiculously Cheap’ Call Echoes in Loopy Stocks

In the 48 hours since Warren Buffett called the U.S. stock market “ridiculously cheap,” it has gotten somewhat cheaper. Bulls looking to console themselves after their roughest stretch in five months might want to consider his logic.The Berkshire Hathaway chief executive officer cited low inflation and low borrowing costs in stating the view, which came […]

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Five Things Stock Investors Should Know About Trade Right Now

Here are five things that you should know about how U.S. equities are responding to President Trump’s threat to increase tariffs on Chinese imports:Wall Street is SkepticalThe threat is being taken in stride at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., and Citigroup Inc., where policy analysts are optimistic that a trade deal between the U.S. and China […]

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If This Is a Tech Bubble in Stocks, It’s the Expansionary Phase

Say what you want about the technology earnings season. The beat rate was down, Intel and Alphabet took lumps, and chipmakers failed to quiet critics. What you can’t say is that the industry’s stocks are suffering, up 33 percent in four months with another huge day just recorded.Now the Nasdaq 100 has risen an unprecedented […]

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Market Charts and Data Are Showing Some Cracks

With the state of the charts and data combined with valuation, we are shifting our outlook for the major stock indices.Charts saw a bit of deterioration Wednesday while the data is starting to see some potential cautionary signs appear as well.On the ChartsAll of the major equity indices closed lower Wednesday with negative internals as […]

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Why VEREIT Is A Dividend Investor’s Dream

VEREIT (NYSE: VER) is a pretty simple real estate investment trust (REIT). That hasn’t always been the case, though. Add in the legal overhang from a small accounting error made under the company’s previous leadership team, and it’s understandable that investors might be leery of investing here. However, that’s exactly why VEREIT is a dividend […]

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Sell In May And Go Away? Maybe Not This Year.

It is May, but this year don’t sell and get out just yet.The “Best Six Months” strategy has become legendary on Wall Street. “Sell in May and go away” means investing in the Dow Jones Industrial Average between Nov. 1 and April 30 and switching into fixed income for the other six months. This has […]

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