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Recommending stocks to sell in a hot market is begging to be humbled. Even when a company disappoints investors, a “buy the dip” mentality can mean that any share-price decline will be short-lived.
The Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index sits near a record high, and bond yields remain historically low. That has made it a challenge to earn a reasonable return without taking excessive risk. Fortunately...
Manager Mark Greenberg makes a compelling argument for investing in leisure stocks: As people gain wealth, they spend more on their wants rather than their needs.
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