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Top 10 Cheap Stocks To Own For 2019

Investors have neglected consumer goods giant General Mills, Inc. (NYSE:GIS) for a long time. But I think it is time to start paying attention to General Mills stock.

This is a defensive name in a consumer goods market with enduring demand. The company has a massive moat, a dirt-cheap valuation, a big dividend and growth prospects that are starting to turn around.

Meanwhile, the rest....More>>>

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Virtual reality is often touted as the “next big thing” among tech companies. Goldman Sachs believes that the market could blossom into an $80 billion one by2025, and Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg has repeatedly called VRa next-gen “computing platform.”

However, the aging bull market and hype regarding VR-related stocks have made it tough to find fundamentally....More>>>

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Pay less to get paid more. That’s exactly what can happen when you buy solid dividend stocks that trade at bargain prices. But can these kinds of stocks be found? Absolutely.

I think both income-seeking investors and value investors will like AbbVie (NYSE:ABBV) and Gilead Sciences (NASDAQ:GILD). Here’s why these are two cheap dividend stocks that you can buy right now.

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Harley-Davidson (NYSE:HOG) has been adamant its motorcycles are worth the high price they charge, and it won’t cheapen the brand by discounting them like its rivals do. When you own half the market and your nearest competitor only just broke into the double-digit share range, you can afford to do that.

Yet maybe the dramatic 12% decline in first-quarter motorcycle sales has finally....More>>>

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Amazon is slashing the price of its Prime Membership for lower-income Americans.

The online retail giant announced Wednesday morning that Medicaid recipients are eligible for Prime for $5.99 a month, a 54% discount from the normal rate of $12.99 a month. The lowered monthly rate is $27 cheaper than the $99 annual Prime membership fee.

To qualify for the discounted rate, customers....More>>>

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Looking to green up your home but not sure where to start? Try this simple plan for a weekend home detox. Covering Friday to Sunday, it is packed with easy tips to help the planet, save cash and have more fun.

See Also from Kiplinger: 15 Ways to Go Green on the Cheap
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Unplug. Save energy and recharge your own batteries by spending....More>>>

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BP Plc and ConocoPhillips are in discussions for an asset swap deal that would see the U.K. energy major gain a greater foothold in a key project in the North Sea and the U.S. explorer get Alaskan assets, according to people familiar with the talks.

BP is considering taking Conoco’s stake in the Clair field, in which BP already holds a 28.6 percent stake and is the operator, the people....More>>>

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The Masters’ tagline has been “a tradition unlike any other” for years. The validity of this claim aside, the first major championship of the year at Augusta National Golf Club is unique to the rest of major sports and golf as a whole for the simple fact that it does not pursue the most money possible.

Augusta keeps many of its financial dealings under wraps, but the Masters....More>>>

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Last Friday was a forgettable one for athletic footwear company Skechers USA Inc (NASDAQ:SKX). SKX stock fell roughly 30% after the company reported what the Street viewed as disappointing first quarter numbers.

But the report wasn’t that bad. Across the board, the numbers were very strong.

And there is still a lot to like about the global, mid-priced-market growth trajectory....More>>>