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In my years of trading and investing, I’ve always found that the headlines can lead you to a few good opportunities, but the best stocks to buy are those that are underappreciated and underloved, and ...
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Dividend stocks are all the rage now, for better or for worse, because bond yields have effectively dried up as the Federal Reserve kept interest rates at record lows. I’ve been of mixed feelings about ...
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Retirement investing is not what it used to be. In the old days, one could just invest in the “safe” stocks to buy, in “blue chips,” in a nice ladder of bonds, and do just fine.
Alas, the market ...
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There was once good reason to trust in blue-chip names, but these blue chips are so wildly overvalued that owning them simply isn't safe.
One of the problems with the current market is that the words ...
These real-estate investment trusts offer high yields and big capital gains.
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