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Best Dividend Stocks To Watch For 2019

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Top 5 Low Price Stocks To Watch For 2019

Fasten your seat belts. Dramatic swings in the oil market may soon become the norm.

After a prolonged period of low prices and relative calm, oil watchers are predicting a surge of volatility following President Trump’s decision to reimpose sanctions on Iran. Crude has spiked 19% this year, to prices unseen since late 2014.

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European Auto Sales Rise 10% in April; Ford Adds to Share

The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) reported Thursday that new vehicle registrations in the European Union (EU) jumped 9.6% in April compared with new registrations in April of 2017. New registrations for the month totaled 1.31 million units.

New registrations dropped by 5.3% year over year in March after rising 4.3% in February and 7.1% in January. For the first four....More>>>

Top 10 Gold Stocks To Own Right Now

The yearlong run of Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) stock came to a sudden haltlast week after Goldman Sachs initiated coverage on the semiconductor specialist with a sell rating and an $11 price target, compared to the $13 that it is trading for at the time of writing. Analyst Toshia Hari believes that the chipmaker has gotten ahead of itself after its terrific 390%-plus rally over the past....More>>>

Are There Any Safe Stocks to Buy and Hold Anymore?

Conventional wisdom suggests that investors should find safe stocks to buy. Penny stocks and potential “triple-baggers” might be more exciting and a big win might provide a better story, but experts will tell you the smart play is to benefit from compounding returns in safe, stable stocks.

That general strategy is similar to that followed by Warren Buffett with Berkshire Hathaway....More>>>

Ford Still Committed To SUV, Truck Shift Even As Iran Relations Threaten Spike In Gas Costs

The U.S. has irked a major oil exporter, and some fear its withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal could prompt a pop in gas prices.

Historically, such a cost trajectory has precipitated change in the auto industry’s sales mix from trucks or SUVs to fuel-efficient cars.

Who Should Care?

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3 Hated Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

There are times when having an intensely negative outlook on a company’s future is more than justified. However, scooping up stocks that have fallen out of favor can also create huge upside over the long term — provided you’re picking the right ones. Read on to see why AT&T (NYSE:T), PepsiCo (NASDAQ:PEP), and General Motors (NYSE:GM)are beaten-down dividend stocks that are....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.

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Here’s why the General Motors Stock Earnings Beat Impressed No One

General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) beat its first quarter earnings expectations. So far, however, the market is unimpressed. GM stock is moving down slightly in Thursday’s trading. Despite beating on revenue and blowing out revenue expectations ($1.43 vs a $1.27 consensus), GM hasn’t gotten a jolt.

In fact, the stock is back near the bottom end of its 52-week trading range. That’s....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.

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