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Best Low Price Stocks To Buy For 2018

Amazon.com Inc and Wal-Mart Stores Inc are battling for the title of “low price leader” by lowering prices.
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Despite the strong salesduring the Black Friday weekend, it has been a turbulent year for the U.S retail industry this year, thanks to eCommerce giant Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN). Retail chains like Macy’s (NYSE:M) have closed down hundreds of stores....More>>>

Top 10 Casino Stocks To Watch Right Now

Six months after hurricanes ravaged the island, Puerto Rico experienced a tourism boom this Easter.

Tourists flocked to the island for Easter, Passover and spring break vacations in record numbers, according to The Puerto Rico Tourism Company, a San Juan promoter for tourism on the island.

Many hotels operated at or near 100% occupancy during the holiday weekend that began on March....More>>>

Best Safest Stocks To Watch Right Now

We have been fans of DNB (OTCPK:DNHBY) (OTCPK:DNBHF) for quite a long time now. It is the largest financial services group in Norway, and, more importantly, one of the safest banks in the world. A little less than a year ago, we said that DNB was offering a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ buying opportunity. Our high-conviction contrarian call was based on the fact that DNB was trading at a very....More>>>

Best Blue Chip Stocks To Buy Right Now

U.K. stocks on Wednesday wavered, with the International Monetary Fund set to offer its assessment of the British economy, but blue chips remained close to a six-week high.

London-listed shares were lower alongside other global markets, which were unable to gain much traction after U.S. lawmakers made a major push forward into overhauling the countrys tax code.

How markets are moving:....More>>>

Top 10 Undervalued Stocks To Watch Right Now

If youre looking for an undervalued company in the auto segment thats almost guaranteed to grow slow and steady over the long term, then the Lear Corporation (LEA) should definitely be on your vetting list. The lowly PE ratio of 10 is merely the bitter aftertaste of investors in a company that went belly up during the great recession because of its debt pile. I believe the company has shaken off....More>>>