Value Investing


9 High-Quality Dividend Stocks for Volatile Times From Merrill Lynch

When the stock market becomes uncertain, investors often tend to flock toward defensive stocks or stocks that have very high-quality earnings. That generally means that their dividends are deemed safe ...
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Credit Suisse Sees Stocks as Still Not Cheap

Most investors might think that the stock market has become cheap now that the selling pressure has been so strong. The word from Credit Suisse is "not so fast" on ...
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Major 2016 Gold Rally Still Has 4 Gold Stocks Lagging Way Behind With Losses

At the end of 2015, it seemed like the bull market for stocks was ready to turn seven years old, and gold's chart and fundamentals looked like it was at ...
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The 7 Best Gold Stocks of 2016 Are on Fire

If you traveled back in time to the last day of 2015, gold looked like it was at risk of finally dropping under $1,000, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average ...
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How Analysts View Sirius XM Upside Now, After Earnings

Sirius XM Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: SIRI) has kept growing through the hard times and good times. It now seems that the caution in the stock market has made Sirius XM ...
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Why Analysts Still See Big Upside in Yahoo Despite the Critics

If you only listened to outside investor pundits or activist investors in the financial media, you might be tricked into thinking that Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ: YHOO) is on the brink of ...
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Despite S&P 500 Earnings Drag of Energy & Materials, Market Still No Bargain After Sell-Off

Now that earnings season is well into its second half, 24/7 Wall St. wanted to look at some of the core earnings power of the S&P 500 based on actual earnings ...
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Why Merrill Lynch Sees Over 50% Upside in Comcast Shares After Earnings

Aren't all those cord cutters supposed to be a wrecking ball for companies selling old world cable subscription services? Maybe not. After all, cord cutting requires a lot more effort ...
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Why Major Banks May Have Sold Off Too Much Over Oil, Market and Economy

The market volatility and financial market uncertainty has been hard on many sectors. The first fall-guy sector is of course oil. But then you have to think about the financiers ...
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5 Dow Stocks Getting Slammed in 2016 Have Not Even Reported Earnings Yet

2016 has not seen a good start to the year for investors. There are many positives, but the negatives are still winning and caution is in the air. Only six ...
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Why Some Analysts Think Sprint Is Finally Turning the Corner

Is it possible that Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S) actually is turning the corner on a turnaround that seems to be a decade in the making? If you just looked at ...
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Bearish DJIA Case in 2016 Drops to 14,961 From 15,076: Chevron, Goldman Sachs, Intel, IBM, JPMorgan, Disney

Investors have moved from buying every pullback, a pattern that had not been interrupted once from 2011 to 2014, to a mentality of selling each market rally. On last look, ...
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Today’s Top Gold Miner Is Barrick; Which Will It Be Tomorrow?

Shares of Barrick Gold Corp. (NYSE: ABX) added around 10% last week to push the company to the top of league table for gold miners. It might be what is ...
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How Analysts View Intel Now After Earnings and Beyond 2016

Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC) now has something in common with oil — both traded under $30.00 on Friday. The actual Intel earnings report was good on the surface. Beating earnings and ...
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Is 15,076 the Most Bearish Case for DJIA in 2016? Apple, Boeing, Cisco, Intel, Nike, Microsoft

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) lost 2.2% in 2015 to close at 17,425.03 at the end of the year. Investors should take note that this was the first losing ...
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