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Source: ThinkstockApril 10, 2017: The S&P 500 closed slightly higher on the day, up 0.07% and 1.59 points to 2,357.14. Separately the DJIA barely closed positive, up 0.01% on the day at 20,657.64, up approximately 1.54 points.

Looking at the sectors, Oil & Gas stocks were the big winners today along with industrials. Companies in the services sector also saw handy gains as well. There....More>>>

Top 10 Blue Chip Stocks To Invest In Right Now

Blue-chip companies rightfully make up the bulk of most people’s investment portfolios. These large-cap firms possess considerable industry leverage, as well as a vast sum of financial resources. Their status and importance to the underlying economy means that they are the least likely to crumble, regardless of external pressures. Ultimately, blue chips provide the confidence and stability....More>>>

Top 5 Undervalued Stocks To Own For 2017

Willamette Valley Vineyards (NASDAQ: WVVI) is a nano-cap winery located in Turner, Oregon. The company produces various mid end, premium, and ultra-premium wines including the Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Ros茅 and Riesling varieties. We usually cover tech stocks but we are big fans of wine and even bigger fans of undervalued stocks; WVVI certainly fits the bill for both. WVVI has enjoyed....More>>>

Hot Undervalued Stocks To Own For 2017

I believe the European financial market contains too much risk, and one should rather invest in the American financial system because it has a lot more upward potential. I wrote that in one of my latest articles. However, there is one exception to my statement: UBS Group (NYSE:UBS). The Swiss banking group is especially strong in investment banking and asset management and will probably outperform....More>>>

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Less than 40% of workers said they have recovered financially from the recession that started in December 2007, according to a report from Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies. Thirteen percent said their recovery hasn’t....More>>>