Guess?, Inc.

NYSE: GES
$16.79
-$0.44 (-2.6%)
Closing price November 30, 2020
These four companies all pay outstanding dividends and are holding their own in their respective business arenas. Their stocks are rated Buy and may have some room to run.
Guess had a huge gut check when it reported its first-quarter earnings, and it seems that it has only limped on since them. Considering shares have made a slight recovery as of late, is this an...
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At 24/7 Wall St. we are constantly on the lookout for stocks that pay good dividends, are not horribly overbought and are rated reasonably high by some of the top firms we cover.
Though these clearly are stocks for more aggressive accounts, the total return potential is outstanding, and all of them do very well in their respective sectors.
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