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Best Safest Stocks For 2019

Tencent (NASDAQOTH:TCEHY) is considered one of the safest and most well-diversified plays on China’s booming tech sector. It owns WeChat, the top mobile messaging app in China with over a billion monthly active users (MAUs); its gaming portfolio makes it the biggest video game publisher in the world; and it owns an expanding ecosystem of cloud and payment services.

However, Tencent’s....More>>>

Top 10 Tech Stocks To Watch Right Now

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The holiday is over, and Washington is right where it was on Friday. Democrats want child healthcare and disaster relief as part of a spending bill, and Republicans don’t. A bipartisan child immigration deal was thrown down a hole, and another stopgap resolution may be needed. Meanwhile, cryptocurrencies are cratering....More>>>

Best Blue Chip Stocks To Invest In Right Now

The word “growth” is the central word in the phrase Dividend Growth Investing, yet DGI often gets a bad rap as a stodgy method of saving for retirement. I think this misperception arises from the fact that some proponents of the strategy (who may be more focused on income than returns) require a certain minimum yield threshold for their investments. This, in turn, screens many of the....More>>>

Best Tech Stocks To Buy For 2019

A big reason that Twitter (TWTR) is in turnaround mode was the move last year to increasingly focus on what the social site is good at and not try to be another social network. The focus on breaking news and live video has let the service shift the focus onto the influential aspect of the user base.

The stock continues to fight the recent weakness in the technology sector highlighting the....More>>>

Top High Tech Stocks For 2019

July was another tough month for U.S. automakers.

Ford (F)’s sales dropped 7.5% last month compared to 2016, while Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) posted a 10% decline and General Motors (GM) reported a 15% decrease.

U.S. vehicle sales have trailed behind 2016 levels every month this year, but it’s a tough comparison since last year’s car sales hit record highs.


Top 5 Value Stocks To Invest In Right Now

We are reiterating our buy rating on Morgan Stanley (MS). Global bank valuations have improved substantially, reflecting prospects for reduced financial regulation, including the rollback of various Dodd-Frank rules and lower capital requirements, under the Trump administration, notes Stephen Biggar of Argus Research.

That said, we have not included the impact of specific regulatory....More>>>

Top 10 Medical Stocks To Buy Right Now

There are a record number of states voting on marijuana legalization this election cycle, and that is a massive boon to the fast-growing marijuana industry.

There are five states voting on marijuana legalization when voters trek to the polls on Nov. 8. Those five states include Arizona, California, Maine, Massachusetts, and Nevada.

On Election Day 2016, voters in Arkansas, Florida,....More>>>

Hot Energy Stocks To Own Right Now

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Graph 1: Teslas annual gross profit and SG&A expenses as percent of revenue, excluding Energy....More>>>

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Ryan Pulls Bill to Repeal Obamacare; Says Tax Reform Now in Danger

Since the Federal Reserve raised interest rates in mid-March, for the second time in three months, U.S. bond yields have declined, and despite expectations (until last Friday) for repeal of the Affordable Care Act,....More>>>

Top 10 Blue Chip Stocks To Invest In Right Now

One of the most difficult aspects of trading is timing the market. Odds are if you have been in the market over the past nine years, most likely you made some money. This bull market began in March of 2009, and 24/7 Wall St. is looking back to see how some major blue chip stocks compared to the broad markets over this time.

Back on March 6, 2009, the S&P 500 bottomed out at 666.79, and....More>>>