Category Archives: Stocks

A Foolish Take: Is Warren Buffett losing his…

No one in modern financial history comes close to matching Warren Buffett’s record as an investor.

Hedge fund managers like John Paulson and Kenneth Griffin have had huge years along the way, and more conventional money managers such as Peter Lynch have turned in stellar performances as well, but none has performed at such a high level over such a long period of time as the Oracle of....More>>>

Hot High Tech Stocks To Buy For 2019

European stocks are climbing, but investors aren’t waiting for more gains.

While the Stoxx Europe 600 Index is poised to post its fifth consecutive weekly advance — the longest streak since October — investors have been yanking money out of funds that track the region’s equities. To some, this shows traders are eager to cash in on the rebound rather than bet stocks....More>>>

Top 5 Medical Stocks To Invest In 2019

When the IRS Wants Your Life Insurance Policy

5 New Facts on DOLs Fiduciary Rule Delay

Let Clients Figure the Retirement Funding Catastrophe Out for Themselves

Consultants at Milliman Inc. have come up with hard numbers that may back up an allegation patients and providers have been making for years: that many health insurers have skimpy mental health and addiction treatment....More>>>

Hot Blue Chip Stocks To Own Right Now

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When blue chips get too popular – like the five I’m going to show you today – these “safe stocks” can actually be dangerous to continue holding in your portfolio.

The problem with blue-chip stocks? Call it the “Curse of the Dow.” The Curse says a stock that joins the Dow Jones Industrial Average will essentially hit a wall, underperforming....More>>>

Hot High Tech Stocks To Own For 2019

RPM International (NYSE:RPM) isn’t a household name among investors, but the maker of Rust-Oleum and DAP makes a variety of coatings and sealants to serve consumer and industrial customers alike, including cleaning products, specialty restoration equipment, and building materials. Coming into Thursday’s fiscal third-quarter financial report, its shareholders had wanted to see significant....More>>>

Why Wall Street loved Gary Cohn inside the White House

Gary Cohn didn’t just speak Wall Street’s language. He served as an island of calm and a voice of reason inside a White House often gripped by chaos.

Cohn’s abrupt resignation as President Trump’s top economic adviser immediately spooked investors who had long been comforted by his market-friendly influence in the West Wing.

It’s not just that Cohn’s....More>>>

Top 5 China Stocks To Watch For 2019

Over the years, NetEase (NASDAQ:NTES) has made the most of the opportunities presented by China’s mobile and online gaming market, and has also diversified into fast-growing verticals like ecommerce to supercharge its prospects. Not surprisingly, NetEase investors have been a happy lot, as their investment in the Chinese internet specialist has experienced fivestraight years of double-digit....More>>>

Top 10 High Tech Stocks To Own Right Now

Monday November 20: Five things the markets are talking about

The collapse of the German coalition talks over the weekend would suggest that Germany is no longer the role model of ‘political' stability. Europe's strongest economy has the possibility of three options ahead, a minority government, a continuation of the current grand coalition or new elections.

The EUR (€1.1795)....More>>>

Mortgage Loan Rates Made Mixed Moves as Applications Dipped Last Week

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) released its weekly report on mortgage applications Wednesday morning, noting a decrease of 0.5% in the group’s seasonally adjusted composite index for the week ending June 29. Mortgage loan rate movements were mixed last week.

Mortgage loan rates did not change at all last week, with the 30-year fixed rate loan ending the week right where it began,....More>>>

Best Cheap Stocks To Own For 2019

Renault (OTC:RNSDF) is a leading European car manufacturer headquartered in Paris with a market value of $27B. It has a P/E of 6.5, a P/B of 0.77 and a P/S of 0.47 and a dividend yield of 3.9%. Which is cheap in absolute terms but not uncommon for car companies. The partial ownership of Nissan (OTCPK:NSANY) however distorts the picture and in reality Renault is even cheaper. This means Renault is....More>>>