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Four Most Oversold Dow Stocks
The encouraging news regarding the U.S.-China trade talks has given investors a reason to be more optimistic on the outlook for stock prices. There is clearly room for more positive sentiment.
EC Can An October Rate Cut Really Help Stocks?
Five of the main S&P sectors did close lower last week with over 2% declines in the financial, materials and industrial sectors.
Confidence, Recessions And Why You Shouldn't Believe Economists
Over the last decade, no matter what’s going on in the broader economy, the European Central Bank (ECB) has been saying to the market, “We’re confident that inflation will soon reach our goal of 2%.” Don't believe their forecasts,
Book-Value Bank Buys
Per the norm, the Street went a little nuts selling the financials because of the drop in interest rates.
Inogen: Oxygen Therapy For Asthma To COPD
The portable oxygen concentrator market will grow for years to come as the population ages. Inogen has challenges, but over the long term the market should reward solid growth, even if not as spectacularly as in the past.
An Asian Trio: Fintech And Finance
Carl Delfeld looks at a trio of Asian play in the financial sector: DBS Bank, ICICI Bank and Lexin Fintech.
Favorite Funds For Retirees
With the help of leading retirement investing specialist Bob Carlson, here are some current favorite bond fund holdings.
Betting On Big Lots
The transformation at discount retailer Big Lots (BIG) continues to look good; in addition, the company is managing tariff issues well.
3 Reasons To Trade Options And A Sweet Play On Hershey
I advise readers to gravitate toward options to limit risk during periods of particularly tumultuous market action. One stock where I'm playing the upside with limited dollars at risk is Hershey.
Closed-End Funds That Consistently Bat Singles And Doubles
PIMCO's Chief Investment Officer Dan Ivascyn recently pointed out that he is implementing a defensive strategy at the moment, given that any trade agreement — even a narrow one — will likely result in yield prices snapping back up.
Will The Fed Rate Cut Stall The Market's Rally?
Nearly everyone in the financial markets were focused on yields last week. US bonds had their largest decline (and a corresponding rise in yields) since just after the election in 2016.
A Trio Of Buyback Bets
Buyback stocks outperform the market year after year, so why not just follow buyback announcements and invest yourself? However, it's not that easy, but we've done the work for you with these 3 stock picks.
Contrarian Call In Emerging Market Utilities
AES Corp. recently announced guidance-beating second quarter results while Telefonica S.A. posted accelerating revenue and cash flow growth that topped most analysts’ estimates.
CBS-Viacom: Creating Value In Media
CBS and Viacom have announced they will be merging in a stock deal, setting up an attractive value play in media.
Add Oracle To Your Investing Database
Oracle is gaining market share in the cloud applications business. During the fourth quarter, the company added over 5,000 new Autonomous Database trials.
With Economic Data Mixed, Why Are Stocks So Strong?
Overall, the week's market internals were strong, with 2158 stocks advancing and just 880 stocks declining.
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