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Harriet Lefton

Contributing Writer
Kiplinger.com

Harriet Lefton, originally from the U.K., began her career as a journalist specializing in the niche world of metal markets. She graduated from the University of Cambridge before becoming a qualified U.K. lawyer. Now she has turned her attention to the world of financial blogging, covering U.S. stocks, analysts and all manner of things finance-related.

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May 2018

5 “Strong Buy” Biotech Stocks to Buy Now

Biotech stocks often present intriguing, and potentially very lucrative, investment opportunities. Share prices can explode on positive trial results or key regulatory approvals. However, buyers beware: ...

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May 2018

7 “Strong Buy” Dividend Stocks That Should Rip Higher

In this current choppy climate, dividend stocks provide a welcome and profitable way to hedge your bets. Bank of America tells investors that dividends can help offset losses in weak markets, “and over ...

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May 2018

7 Stocks to Buy and Hold for the Next Decade

Legendary value investor Warren Buffett is one of the leading pitchmen for long-term, buy-and-hold investing. The man behind Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) targets stocks to buy not just by identifying great ...

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April 2018

10 Cheap Stocks to Buy With Only $10

It’s easy to find cheap stocks. At the moment, nearly 1,700 publicly traded stocks are priced at less than $10 per share, according to FinViz data. What’s tricky is identifying any quality cheap ...

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