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10 Best Utility Stocks to Buy in 2020

Utility stocks are generally made up of companies that generate electricity, natural gas, or provide water or sewage services. They tend to be big, established names with large market capitalizations—no penny stocks here! Why focus on the top utility stocks? Historically, utility companies have been less volatile than the overall market and have also offered steady, sizeable dividend yields. That’s thanks to the fact that these companies tend to be heavily regulated, but regulated in a way that ensures investors ...
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Insider Buys Dovetails with Industrial Sector Strength: WESCO International, Inc (NYSE: WCC)

WESCO International, Inc (NYSE: WCC) is a leading provider of electrical, industrial and communications maintenance, repair and operating and OEM products and logistic services. Seems to be a fitting company to see strength in as potential of an infrastructure spending bill and possible an energy infrastructure bill crosses the headlines. The S&P 500 Industrial sector was the best performing sector on Wednesday and there appears to be rotation back into the sector over the past week. The share price ...
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4 Stocks that are Expected to Move Big this Week Over Earnings

We’re just entering earnings season and the potential for large moves increases as what isn’t know about a company now becomes known. According to Zacks, S&P 500 earnings are expected to decline 44.4% last quarter on 10.9% lower revenues. This may not be all that surprising since this report encompasses most of the closures that took place between mid-March and May. While the actual data may create some movement, it’s likely the guidance that will drive price even more. Last ...
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10% Owner Doubles Down on this Biotech: Aldeyra Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ: ALDX)

Aldeyra Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ: ALDX) is one of those biotech companies you love to hate. They don’t have any revenue and in a constant development. That means that they need a constant infusion of capital to survive. The company is primarily working on treatments for diseases with a high level of aldehydes. Two of the most common diseases associated with high levels of aldehydes is Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. Investors are always weighing the potential of companies like ALDX to ...
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Top 3 Opportunities for Tuesday

It was only for a moment, but the S&P 500 was in positive territory for the year before succumbing to the selling. The usual names were floating along swimmingly well until the Fed announced their schedule for purchases and the  news came that California is to close indoor restaurants, movie theaters and bars statewide. Dovetailing with the news that Hong Kong was closing Disneyland and the Federal Reserve reducing their purchases, again. The quick reversal in a lot of ...
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The Best REITs To Buy Now in 2020

Real estate investment trusts, or REITs, are an investment that trade on an exchange much like a stock. But unlike a stock, they must have some tie to the world of real estate. There are a variety of REITs covering all sorts of specialized properties and strategies.  For investors interested in real estate, REITs are a good place to get started and comfortable with the asset. Best of all, REITs are structured to pay out at least 90 percent of their ...
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Option Market Eyes Bullish Infrastructure Possibilities: Cleveland-Cliffs Inc Stock (NYSE: CLF)

President Trump has been talking about infrastructure spending for a long time and he has been consistently looking for at least a $1 trillion package. On July 1, the House of Representatives passed a bill for $1.5 trillion that is probably filled full of goodies but will likely be hammered out with a Senate version at some point. No matter what your personal feelings are about the prospect of spending that amount of money on infrastructure, it will be ...
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best tech stocks

10 Best Tech Stocks to Buy Right Now in 2020

Investors looking for safe returns tend to buy dividend stocks… or even bonds. But for investors looking for market-beating returns that can greatly increase their wealth, they turn to tech stocks. That’s because technology companies are continually bringing new ideas to fruition, and that means rapid earnings growth, prodigious cash flow from rising revenue growth, and great profit margins. While no company can grow infinitely, tech companies tend to come up with new and better products, allowing older and more obsolete ...
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