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Merrill Lynch’s Top Cheap Dividend Stocks for Q3

Every quarter, many of the top firms we cover on Wall Street come out with some top picks for the next three months, and often these ideas turn out to ...
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Housing Companies Stand Strong Despite Big Construction Spending Disappointment

The U.S. Department of Commerce reported that construction spending was down 1.3% in June from May, and May's report was revised to a gain of 0.3% from a flat 0.0% ...
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Merrill Lynch’s Top Thematic Chart Stocks to Buy for Q3 of 2017

There are multiple types of investors and traders out there. Some are conservative and some are aggressive. Some investors look for companies with great growth, strong earnings, great product cycles ...
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Why Merrill Lynch Just Became Much More Excited About Homebuilders

The housing market is one of the engines that drive the American economy. With most housing markets having fully recovered from the Great Recession, there remains at least some debate ...
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Why Forestar Shares Are Making a Run

Forestar Group Inc. (NYSE: FOR) saw its shares make a solid gain to kick off the week after D.R. Horton Inc. (NYSE: DHI) announced that it submitted a proposal to ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: AMD, ConocoPhillips, Etsy, Marathon Oil, Square, Disney, Windstream and More

Stocks were indicated to open lower on Wednesday, but this is after many days of gains and with equity indexes close to their highs. The bull market is now more ...
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Merrill Lynch Raises Price Targets on 5 Top Buy-Rated Growth Stocks

The higher the market goes, the harder it is to justify many of the multiples being applied to shares. The big moves in the market since the election last November ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Adobe, ClubCorp, Oracle, Silver Wheaton, Weatherford, Yahoo and Many More

Stocks were indicated marginally lower on Thursday morning but shares were off of their lows. Three major banks reported earnings that were generally deemed positive, but this is likely a ...
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Housing Could Be Ready to Explode: 5 Top Stocks to Buy Now

While the stock market has had an incredible run over the past eight years, another asset is starting to jump in price, and that's the value of your home. That’s ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Broadcom, Cheniere, Gilead, Microchip Tech, Twitter, Lennar, Bankrate and Many More

Stocks were indicated slightly lower on Wednesday, although a 20-point Dow drop and three-point S&P 500 retreat are hardly worth getting down in the dumps about. After all, the Dow ...
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Massive Technology Trades Highlight Insider Selling: Broadcom, Texas Instruments, DR Horton, Carnival, US Bancorp and More

While the numbers evened out some last week, the insiders selling stock still dwarfed the buyers, and it could ramp back up as insider transaction windows start to open again following ...
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Despite Rising Rates, 5 Top Homebuilders to Buy Could Have a Big 2017

With the first interest rate increase in a year past us, most on Wall Street are expecting anywhere from four to five increases between now and 2019. While investors may ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, BlackBerry, eBay, Fitbit, Lululemon, Nike and More

Stocks were indicated lower on Thursday after trading higher on Wednesday. Regardless of a day's trading, the reality is that investors keep proving that they will still buy stocks after ...
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Why Wedbush Sees Strong Upside for More Homebuilders

The housing market has been showing signs of renewed life over the past couple of years, but a lot of that life has been in rising prices for existing homes. ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Anthem, DR Horton, Intuit, KLA-Tencor, Netflix, Potash, Signet, Xerox and More

Stocks were weak across the board on Tuesday morning after Monday's snap-back rally tried to negate Friday's big drop. It appears that volatility is back in the market again, but ...
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