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Top 5 Value Stocks To Buy Right Now

Mid cap fabless semiconductor stock Marvell Technology Group Ltd (NASDAQ: MRVL) reported Q2 fiscal 2018 earnings after the Thursday market close with results beating Wall Street expectations. Q2 revenue was $604.750 million (which exceeded the midpoint of the Company’s guidance provided on May 25, 2017) versus $597.346 million. GAAP net income from continuing operations was $165.259 million....More>>>

Top Bank Stocks For 2018

New research on money-stealing hackers shows they are expanding their reach — and looking more like an international mafia.

The cybersecurity experts at Dell SecureWorks track banking botnets, the massive networks of infected computers that steal victims’ bank logins and empty their checking accounts.

In 2015, the most vicious viruses expanded to also target warehouses....More>>>

how to invest in gold

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Last night, the world celebrated the sun completing one more revolution around the Earth. Despite the similarity of this point in the sun’s revolution to anything other point, people sat down, reflected on the past year, and made decisions for the future. One group that has been hit harder than many other this past year is oil companies. After peaking at more than $100....More>>>

Hot Clean Energy Stocks To Invest In 2017

One of the things about a free market economy and the corresponding stock market is that investors are free to overpay at any time. Sometimes you cannot stop massive over-payments with a Sherman tank. Group think takes over so that if enough investors over-pay, then the company must obviously be worth more. A game of musical chairs begins as the bull romps onward and upward. But the game gets out....More>>>

Hot Small Cap Stocks For 2017

On the lookout for safe dividends? (Who isn’t, right?)

These days, you generally have three options: large-cap stocks with long dividend histories, municipal bonds and US Treasuries.

Treasuries are considered the safest of that group, and large-cap stocks the riskiest, but they’re still much safer than plenty of other investments, such as small caps and junk bonds.

I’ll....More>>>