There is a laundry list of worries that are starting to jump on the plates of investors, not the least of which was confirmed by the Federal Reserve meeting this week, where it became pretty clear we will have a total of four rate increases in 2018 as opposed to three. Toss in the worries over the trade tariffs, which now look like they will be imposed in early July, and there are plenty of reasons....More>>>
There are more than 15,000 penny stocks on the market, but we’re cutting through the noise and bringing you the top three penny stocks to watch in July 2018.
You see, penny stocks can be an extremely lucrative investment. In June alone, we found a little-known social network company selling for around $3 that jumped 158% in one week. And that’s nothing compared to this education....More>>>
ConocoPhillips (COP) is a preferred investment in the energy sector as energy prices continue to recover. The energy company took a major hit during the last energy bear market which resulted in a dividend cut. But oil prices are in an upward trend, the company has reduced operating costs and divested non-core assets to delever its balance sheet. I consider ConocoPhillips to be an excellent....More>>>
Lam Research (LRCX) is one of the backbones of the silicon microprocessor industry – today, pretty much every advanced chip is built with Lam technology – but the company remains undervalued and under followed. The company creates wafer fabrication equipment and offers services that allow chip makers (like Samsung (OTC:SSNLF), Toshibia (OTCPK:TOSBF), Elphia, Hynix and more) to build....More>>>
May 12, 2017: Markets opened mixed Friday following lackluster earnings results from two more retailers, Penney’s and Nordstrom. Investors are also concerned that the turmoil in the Trump administration will delay the President’s promised tax cut package. Utilities and tech stocks traded higher while industrials provided the biggest drag. WTI crude oil for June delivery settled at $47.84....More>>>
Today Money Morning is publishing a list of the five top penny stocks to watch in November. These stocks have all already seen gains over 250% year to date (YTD) and could easily continue their runs this month.
What’s more, the No. 1 penny stock to watch in November has posted YTD gains of nearly 430%…
While we’re excited about the potential gains of these five....More>>>
Not only do defined-benefit plans still exist, they are just the ticket for investors in particular situations.
Im referring, of course, to the kind of retirement plan that used to be the most common way in which corporations funded their employees retirement. These plans, also known as pensions, guaranteed a certain level of payment during retirement.
Corporate defined-benefit plans....More>>>
What happens when you as an author begin writing an article with preconceived notions subtly expecting to reaffirm your original thesis and move on to the next one, then realize mid research that you are likely wrong on a key assumption and alter your stance? This article!
I have held Marathon Oil (NYSE:MRO) (the oil producer, not the refiner) for around two years now, purchasing this company....More>>>
General Electric’s (GE) first-quarter revenue may have slipped year-over-year but the industrial giant still managed to exceed analysts’ expectations thanks to strength in several key businesses.
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GE’s first-quarter results, issued April 21, were by....More>>>
As we close out 2017, it’s good to remind ourselves of what worked, and what didn’t. This past year, though, makes this introspective exercise rather tricky. Although Wall Street early on forecasted a rough 2017, the end result was quite the opposite. Benchmark indices hit all-time records, while most sectors witnessed tremendous optimism. Who needs dividend stocks at a time like this?