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Hot Clean Energy Stocks To Buy Right Now

Natural gas for transportation supplierClean Energy Fuels Corp(NASDAQ:CLNE) reported earnings on May 10, and while the company was profitable on both a GAAP and adjusted basis, growth — measured in gallons of natural gas delivered — slowed to almost a trickle, even when adjusted for last year’s sale of the biomethane business. At the same time, the cyclical nature of its station....More>>>

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Enphase Energy (NASDAQ:ENPH) shot up 1.2% during mid-day trading on Thursday . The company traded as high as $6.04 and last traded at $5.65. 83,628 shares traded hands during mid-day trading, a decline of 95% from the average session volume of 1,595,823 shares. The stock had previously closed at $5.72.

Several research analysts have weighed in on ENPH shares. HC Wainwright started coverage....More>>>

Hot Casino Stocks To Buy For 2018

In an agewhen vending machines can dispense anything from lipstick to headphones, perhaps it was only a matter of time before the industry would dream up a new, automated way to help people stock up on marijuana.

American Green, a Phoenix-based medical-cannabis technology company, has unveiled a prototype for a vending machine that uses biometric verification technology to sell controlled....More>>>

Top 10 Low Price Stocks To Buy For 2018

AT&T (NYSE:T) could offer customers a streaming television package for the low, low price of $0 per month in the near future.

During AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson’s testimony in the Department of Justice’s case against his company, blocking its potential acquisition of Time Warner (NYSE:TWX), he noted the company is planning a $15 per month sports-free streaming bundle called....More>>>

Dow Jones Today Pops 57 Points as Facebook Beats Earnings

The Dow Jones today jumped 57 points in pre-market trading after Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) posted better-than-expected earnings. Facebook beat revenue estimates by 4% and announced that it had increased its workforce by 48%. Much of the market expected Facebook to report losses on the heels of the multiple scandals that plagued the company throughout the first quarter.

With earnings....More>>>

Dow Jones Today Pops 57 Points as Facebook Beats Earnings

The Dow Jones today jumped 57 points in pre-market trading after Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) posted better-than-expected earnings. Facebook beat revenue estimates by 4% and announced that it had increased its workforce by 48%. Much of the market expected Facebook to report losses on the heels of the multiple scandals that plagued the company throughout the first quarter.

With earnings....More>>>

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Kraft Heinz has put its plans to buy British and Dutch food and personal care products conglomerate Unilever back on the shelf after Unilever turned down its $140 billion bid.

But the ketchup and macaroni and cheese king could still be interested in shopping for another big maker of supermarket staples.

Kraft Heinz (KHC) is backed by Warren Buffett. His Berkshire Hathaway (BRKB)....More>>>

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NRG Energy (NRG) soared to the top of the S&P 500 today.

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NRG Energygained 4.5% to $12.85 today, while the S&P 500 advanced 0.2% to 2,262.53.

In a note released on Dec. 15, Morgan Stanley’sStephen Byrd and team summarized the reasoning behind their overweight rating on NRG:

NRG Energy (NRG, Overweight, $21 PT) FCF/Equity yield of ~35%....More>>>

Why There Is Still Upside For Starbucks

Starbucks (NYSE: SBUX) has seen tremendous growth and increasing popularity over the last couple years. It has created a very loyal consumer base that has proven very valuable to SBUX. SBUX is trading near its 52-week high; however, when you begin to look at SBUX’s continued high growth rate and its international opportunities, investors can see the many reasons to remain bullish....More>>>

Best Bank Stocks To Watch Right Now

Tom Gentile

As I’m sure you’re well aware, the Fed raised interest rates by one quarter point yesterday, stating that the economy is doing well.

Now this decision is certainly good news for Wall Street and the big banks, as they’ve been wanting higher interest rates for some time. But Yellen forgot about (or neglected) one particular industry that was already....More>>>