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Hot Energy Stocks To Watch For 2018

Investors sure do change their minds quickly.

Traders are racing to rethink their views on the paceof Federal Reserve interest-rate increases after a stronger than expected reading on inflation. The question now is whetherthe datawill remain strong enough to keep the market buoyant.

So-called core inflation, which strips out volatile food and energy categories, rose 0.3% last month,....More>>>

Top 10 Energy Stocks For 2019

The Wall Street Journal published a superb example of hopium recently in a sunny-side-up story entitled “U. S. Manufacturing Rides Rising Tide, Buoyed by Global Growth, Optimism.”

Indeed, this lazy cheerleading excuse for journalism captured the sum and substance of why the punters keep buying the dips despite troubles gathering all around.

That is, as the tax bill falters,....More>>>

Top 10 China Stocks To Watch For 2018

China desperately needs the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).  It’s part of that nation’s vision to write the rules of the next stage of globalization and help its export and investment engines grow for years to come—a good prospect for investors in Chinese equities, which have been lagging behind of those of neighboring India.

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The U.S. and China have announced the initial steps in their 100-day action plan of the Comprehensive Economic Dialogue, inviting Chinese companies to negotiate long-term contracts for liquefied natural gas shipments from U.S. suppliers. This is a really big deal. — “U.S. Liquefied Natural Gas To China Is A Game-Changer,” Jude Clemente, Forbes, May 2017

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Top 10 China Stocks To Buy Right Now

A few years ago Boston Consulting Group published a report that found five types of luxury consumers.

The report looked at the spending habits of these five types in six luxury markets the U.S., Brazil, China, Japan, Russia and Europe. What they found was interesting.

5 Types of Luxury Consumers

The Aspirationals: Aspirationals have $85,000 or more in annual income in developed....More>>>

Hot China Stocks To Own For 2019

Change is scary, but it is good. For First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR), the company knows it must change and adapt its business to the increasing competition coming from China. If it does not develop new products, low panel prices and excess supply will leave First Solar unable to compete. The fourth-quarter results give investors reasons for optimism: R&D spend, operating expenditures, project successes,....More>>>

Top 5 Energy Stocks To Own Right Now

On Tuesday, our Under the Radar Moversnewsletter suggestedgoing long on small cap energy storage and power delivery stock Maxwell Technologies (NASDAQ: MXWL):

We had to zoom in pretty tight on the chart of MXWL to show you some of the most relevant details. But, know that in so doing we lost some perspective on another key bullish clue. That is, the converging wedge pattern (red lines) extends....More>>>

Top 5 China Stocks To Invest In 2018

Did you miss “Mad Money” on CNBC? If so, here are some of Jim Cramer’s top takeaways.

Last week, the markets fretted over the prospects of a trade war with China. Earlier this week, those fears abated after positive comments from Chinese President Xi Jinping. But then, fears returned as investors simply don’t know what’s coming next.

So what does....More>>>

Top China Stocks To Watch Right Now

The big surprise in China’s economic growth data is how regularly it surprises economists, and typically it’s by the slimmest of margins.

The magic number seems to be 0.1 percent, with the median estimate for quarterly GDP missing the mark by that magnitude in 10 of the past 16 quarters.

Thursday’s report delivered fourth-quarter expansion of 6.8 percent —....More>>>

Hot China Stocks To Own Right Now

Shares of oil stocks plunged again as the price of West Texas Intermediate wiped out nearly half of its late-January rebound. Sluggish demand growth and stubbornly high supply has had investors whipsawed for months.

In all the confusion, it is difficult not to look at the long-term picture and be positive on oil and shares of energy companies. The dramatic cut in the North American rig....More>>>