Stocks To Buy

The utility sector comprises companies that provide essential products and services, including water, electricity, natural gas, sewage, and other services. The sustained demand for these services has helped utility stocks generate stable earnings. Due to the reliability of earnings, these companies can effectively payout dividends at significantly higher average yields. Hence, the unmatched combination of
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For years, Under Armour (NYSE:UAA) has been an eyesore in the otherwise burgeoning athletic apparel market, and Under Armour stock has paid the price. Over the past five years — while Nike (NYSE:NKE) stock has risen 100%, Adidas (OTCMKTS:ADDYY) stock has risen 300% and Lululemon (NASDAQ:LULU) stock has risen 600% — Under Amour has lost
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“Make America Great Again?” If you’re a Biden fan or even if you’re not, the U.S. could be getting ever closer to that reality. And while a chorus of warnings for stocks comes with a new Commander in Chief, these three Democrat-backed, election stocks to buy stand to prosper and are ready for your portfolio
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For most of the 2010s, Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) has been one of the market’s most polarizing battleground stocks. But, over the past year, this bull versus bear debate has become increasingly one-sided, as TSLA stock has soared more than 800% on the back of record demand, record deliveries, record revenues and record profits. Source: InvestorPlace Have
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The semiconductor market is hot, but Taiwan Semiconductor (NYSE:TSM) is hotter. In 2020, TSM stock is up 51%, topping the widely followed PHLX Semiconductor ETF (NASDAQ:SOXX) by about 30 percentage points. Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com For many investors in the U.S., Taiwan Semiconductor isn’t a household name like Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA). But Taiwan Semiconductor’s business
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Throughout 2020, Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY) stock has been one of the market’s best turnaround stories, with its shares surging more than 600% off their coronavirus-induced March lows. Source: Shutterstock That’s partly because consumer spending has risen since then and partly because Bed Bath & Beyond’s management is doing everything right to turn this
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Most investors typically value precious metals as safe havens in times of an economic downturn. Due to the novel coronavirus-led market slowdown, several investors have turned to precious metals in protecting their investments. For example, gold prices have risen over 27% in the past year compared to 19% growth in the S&P 500 index. However,
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Editor’s note: “9 Stocks to Buy This Month” was originally published July 9, 2020. It is updated monthly to reflect the current state of the markets and best stocks to buy for that month. With the presidential election just over two weeks away, the case for stocks to buy this month couldn’t be more tense.
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A lot of promising companies have burst onto Wall Street’s scene over the past few months via reverse mergers with special purpose acquisitions companies (SPACs), but few have made as flashy of a debut as electric trucking company Hyliion (NASDAQ:HYLN) stock, which went public through blank-check company Tortoise Acquisition Corp. Source: Shutterstock When this merger
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When I last wrote about Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) stock in early September, its stock had just hit its all-time high of $3,552. “Buy Amazon only if ‘good’ is good enough for you,” I wrote, calling the valuations “nosebleed.” Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com Since then, AMZN stock has slid 10% from its peak. While still not
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