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Top Low Price Stocks To Invest In 2019

Citigroup’s Alastair Syme and team argue that the earnings from big oil companies like Chevron (CVX), Total (TOT) and Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) will be bad…real bad. But that won’t stop the stocks from outperforming. They explain why:

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Negative headlines, positive performance: We expect the majority of Big Oil companies to post negative 1Q16 earnings,....More>>>

Hot Casino Stocks For 2018

International Game Technology (NYSE:IGT) reported its Third Quarter 2017 Results on Tuesday, November 14th, much to the delight of investors. Shares ended the day up 15% as the company reported earnings of $0.40/share vs. expectations of $0.24/share. The casino equipment maker’s stock was having a lackluster year but is now nearing its 52-week high of $32.07.

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Best Clean Energy Stocks To Invest In Right Now

When the time comes to retire, you’ll need to find an income source to replace your salary. Unless you live an extraordinarily frugal lifestyle, Social Security benefits alone won’t cut it (although they will definitely help). Arranging for one or (preferably) more of the following options can ensure you enjoy a long and well-funded retirement, but note that some of these investments....More>>>

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Iconix Brand Group (ICON) announced a divestiture, and a rather significant one. The company is selling its Sharper Image Brand in a $100 million deal, reducing its net debt position by roughly a tenth.

This is a surprising move after the company has gone on an acquisition spree over the past decade, resulting in elevated debt ratios and negligence of the 篓own篓 brands. This divestiture....More>>>

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Why do you trade?

It is important to understand the true drivers behind why you trade the markets. The answer is different for everyone. We all have different circumstances, wants, wishes and desires.

Find yours.

Below are common reasons people get involved:

Entertainment Gambling Staying informed about economic and political developments Intellectual pursuit and....More>>>

Top 10 Gold Stocks To Own Right Now

Twilio Inc. (NYSE: TWLO) was one of the best initial public offerings we have seen in some time. Shares had risen as high as almost $71.00 after the IPO was at $15.00 per share in June. After huge gains, it is not unusual to see shareholders and insiders wanting to take some cash home. Now some investors are going to have to consider ifthis 7 million share underwritten secondary offering at $40.00....More>>>

Cliffs Natural Resources: CEO Vs. Analyst

A rather unusual thing has just happened with Cliffs Natural Resources (NYSE:CLF). The company issued a press release which stated that Barron’s and Axiom Capital Management issued materially misleading statements regarding Cliffs’ CEO share purchases. Cliffs stated that it believed that the materially misleading statements were an intentional attempt to manipulate Cliffs’....More>>>

Cliffs Natural Resources: A Look Before The Earnings Report

I’m getting questions from readers about Cliffs Natural Resources (NYSE:CLF), and I guess it’s high time for pre-earnings update. CLF stock has recently been dragged down by major downside in iron ore prices. Technical factors (the successful downside breakout of the $8.30 level) also contributed to the downside. In my view, it is highly unlikely that any major support catalyst....More>>>

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I think growth stocks, which really haven’t done too much since mid-2014, could get a spark in 2017 as economic growth accelerates, suggests Mike Cintolo, Cabot Top Ten Trader.

My Top Pick for growth investors in 2017 is Arista Networks (ANET), which in many ways looks like the next Cisco (CSCO) — the company was built from the ground up to deal with the realities of the new....More>>>

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Italian ones, this time. Well, one bank in particular. Monte dei Paschi di Siena (MPS), the centuries-old bank that is drowning under a growing pile of distressed loans. Since the private sector has now refused to cough up enough capital to close the shortfall identified in this year’s stress tests, it is to be provided with 8.8bn euros of new equity capital, most of it by Italian taxpayers.

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