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Hot Energy Stocks To Watch For 2019

Since 1992, China has imported more than 45% of the world’s plastic waste for recycling. That ended last December when the country banned the import of non-industrial waste. Now, all that plastic has nowhere to go to be recycled and likely will end up in landfills in the United States and other developed countries that generate most of the plastic waste.

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Traders sold shares of Occidental Petroleum Co. (NYSE:OXY) on strength during trading hours on Friday. $42.31 million flowed into the stock on the tick-up and $109.32 million flowed out of the stock on the tick-down, for a money net flow of $67.01 million out of the stock. Of all companies tracked, Occidental Petroleum had the 0th highest net out-flow for the day. Occidental Petroleum traded up....More>>>

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Federal investigators have halted an alleged student loan debt relief scam that bilked more than $11 million from consumers nationwide.

Strategic Student Solutions and several related companies falsely promised to reduce or eliminate student loan debt and also offered the borrowers non-existent credit repair services, in exchange for upfront fees and monthly payments, the Federal Trade Commission....More>>>

Best Energy Stocks To Watch For 2018

Stocks have thus far avoided another big down day following yesterday’s collapse, but it still feels like there’s another shoe to drop, doesn’t it?

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So how will we know that the worst is over? Fundstrat technical analyst Robert Sluymer recommends “watching the downside leader, Energy, for evidence of decelerating,” particularly ExxonMobil (XOM)....More>>>

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Dr. Kent Moors

Editor’s Note: The EPA’s Nov. 30 decision to maintain the ethanol levels required in transportation fuel was a win for renewables. That’s why we’re revisiting Kent’s outlook for biofuel, its place in the new energy balance, and the investment opportunities it’s opening up now…

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Toward the end of trading Wednesday, the Dow traded down 0.38 percent to 23,321.54 while the NASDAQ declined 0.33 percent to 6,715.50. The S&P also fell, dropping 0.35 percent to 2,569.80.

Leading and Lagging Sectors

Wednesday afternoon, the telecommunications services sector proved to be a source of strength for the market. Leading the sector was strength from Consolidated Communications....More>>>

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“Mors tua, vita mea” (literally “your death is my life) probably was the motto that gladiators, in the ancient Rome, recited before entering in the Coliseum and fighting for their life. Over and above its literal translation, this Latin expression means that what is a damage for one person is often an advantage for another. There can only be one winner in a competition; that is....More>>>

Top 5 Energy Stocks To Buy For 2018

Our Top Pick for more aggressive investors has been volatile since private capital firms Riverstone Holdings and Carlyle Group rolled it out as a “yieldco” to the public in September, 2013, notes Roger Conrad, editor of Conrad’s Utility Investor.

Now priced to yield 8.6 percent, Pattern Energy Group (PEGI) trades 14 percent below its IPO price of $22 per share. That....More>>>

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It’s important for investors to know how to invest in penny stocks safely. That’s because they’re often volatile and can sometimes be fraudulent, despite offering triple-digit returns in a matter of weeks. We’ll show you our top two strategies for finding good penny stocks to buy, plus our small-cap stock pick primed for double-digit growth this year…

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Top 5 Low Price Stocks To Buy For 2018

An extended bout of low prices and tepid wage growth are showing signs of ending and that has government-bond investors bracing for a new inflation regime.

Rising inflation is anathema to bonds because it can erode the securitys fixed value, which is a notable headwind for longer-dated government paper.

Contributing to the anticipation of higher inflation are climbing commodity prices,....More>>>