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Top 10 High Tech Stocks To Invest In Right Now

If you can’t remember the last time you took a vacation, you’re not alone.

More than half of U.S. workers who are offered paid vacation days won’t use them all this year, according to a new report from Bankrate.com.

Workers are leaving a median of seven vacation days on the table.

The excuses for not taking company-provided time off varied: some workers....More>>>

Berkshire Stock: A Low-Risk, High-Return Stock For Your Portfolio

In his seminal paper on portfolio management, Harry Markowitz had identified risk and return as the two most important variables in investment decision making. Any rational investor is supposed to minimize his risks, while maximising his return. However, risk and return go hand in hand. Hence, most of the times, it is extremely difficult to find investments that give superior risk-adjusted....More>>>

Dr Pepper Snapple Is Undervalued

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We believe Dr Pepper’s (NYSE:DPS) investment in the Bai initiatives will generate long-term value that is not yet included in the share price. The company has doubled down on this focus with the continued soda tax pressure. In the short term, shareholders will benefit from the company’s solid dividend and sales growth from its core portfolio of brands.

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Ralph Lauren Corp. (NYSE: RL) just became the latest company to fall victim to the “Retail Ice Age.”

The 50-year-old American icon announced it shuttered its flagship store at Fifth Avenue and 55th Street in New York City on Tuesday (April 4). It will also close 50 other retail locations by the end of the fiscal year.

The fancy clothing company is desperate to find....More>>>

Hot Low Price Stocks To Own For 2017

Following past boom/bust cycles, the oil business appears to have bottomed in February 2016 at $27 a barrel. The bruising multi-year bust in crude oil prices was the biggest reason for the world stock market sell-off from late 2015 to early 2016 of roughly 15% overall. The cruel irony of ultra-low prices is its disruptive effect on regular exploration activity. A short-term oil market depression....More>>>

Keep Buying Dr Pepper Snapple Group

Dr Pepper Snapple Group (NYSE:DPS) is well known around the world for its non-alcoholic beverages such as Dr Pepper, 7UP, and Schweppes carbonated soft drinks (CDSs). However, the company offers much more than that, including other CDSs and non-carbonated beverages (NCDs) like Snapple, Hawaiian Punch, Mott’s and FIJI mineral water. It is currently in the list of hot stocks among such....More>>>

Top 10 Value Stocks To Buy Right Now

Admittedly, the idea for Chemed (NYSE:CHE) to spin off Roto-Rooter is as ancient as the runaway bull market of the past eight years. Hedge funds have been calling for the spin-off for years, one of the earliest examples being MMI Investments all the way back in 2009. I can’t disagree because logically, the move makes plenty of sense. Is it really in shareholders’ best interest to own....More>>>

Starbucks For The Long Term

In the early 1970s the “Nifty 50” were all the rage – growth stocks like International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM), Xerox (NYSE:XRX) General Electric (NYSE:GE), Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO), Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG), Sears Roebuck (NASDAQ:SHLD), Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ), McDonald’s (NYSE:MCD), Polaroid and Eastman Kodak (NYSE:KODK), to name a few. In 1973-1974....More>>>

Hot High Tech Stocks To Invest In 2017

A Chinese financial services giant is back in front in the race to buy U.S. money transfer service MoneyGram.

The Chinese firm, Ant Financial, just upped its offer to $1.2 billion for MoneyGram (MGI), one of the most popular avenues for sending money from the U.S. to Mexico and other countries.

The original deal struck in January was for $880 million, but U.S. company Euronet....More>>>

Starbucks For The Long Term

In the early 1970s the “Nifty 50” were all the rage – growth stocks like International Business Machines (NYSE:IBM), Xerox (NYSE:XRX) General Electric (NYSE:GE), Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO), Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG), Sears Roebuck (NASDAQ:SHLD), Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ), McDonald’s (NYSE:MCD), Polaroid and Eastman Kodak (NYSE:KODK), to name a few. In 1973-1974....More>>>