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Warren Buffett’s Top Stocks (and Some Changes) for the Rest of 2019

Investors and much of the public are still in love with Warren Buffett. The iconic billionaire who has held the title of the world's wealthiest person can still make major ...
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As Stock Market Hits All-Time Highs, Investors Bailing Out of Defensive Strategies

With news that a phase-one trade deal with China is closer, with tariffs being rolled back, U.S. equities hit all-time highs. The major equity indexes are now less than 1% ...
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Top Analysts Upgrades and Downgrades: Biogen, Coke, Crowdstrike, Kohl’s, ServiceNow, Snap, Travelers and More

The futures traded flat Wednesday morning as third-quarter earnings continue to pour in. If things were simple enough, it might feel like all that persistent uncertainty around trade wars, impeachment, ...
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Coke Pops on Q3 Results

Coca-Cola Co. (NYSE: KO) released its third-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Friday. The firm said that it had $0.56 in earnings per share (EPS) and $9.5 billion ...
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What to Expect When Coca-Cola Reports Friday Morning

Coca-Cola Co. (NYSE: KO) is scheduled to release its third-quarter financial results before the markets open on Friday. The consensus estimates are calling for $0.56 in earnings per share (EPS) ...
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20 Dividend Stocks for All Baby Boomers to Retire On

It may not be a secret that investors love dividends, but many retirees absolutely have no choice but to invest in strong dividend stocks that have a history of stable ...
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Coca-Cola, Goldman Sachs, IBM, Johnson & Johnson and More Dow Stocks Reporting This Week

Seven of the 30 Dow Jones industrial average components are scheduled to report their latest quarterly reports this week. The Dow is hovering near its all-time high, just as this ...
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As ESG Investing Expands, the Theme’s Top Stocks Come Into Focus

With all the talk of trade war, recessions, inverted yield curves and negative interest rates in August and the start of September, many investors have every right to feel duped. ...
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Tens of Billions in New Corporate Debt Offerings at Astonishingly Low Rates

It's almost as if something funny is happening in the global bond markets. Sadly, it's not laughable funny. The trend of negative bond yields in Europe and Japan has moved ...
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15 Top Defensive Stocks for the Next Recession at Sky-High Valuations

With a bull market that is now well over 10 years old, and with a global economy that is facing slower growth ahead, many investors are wondering how they should ...
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5 Ultra-Safe Stocks to Hide Out in Until the Trade Wars End

To many investors, this may seem like a virtual replay from times past. The Federal Reserve resorted to a tactic not used since 1995 when it lowered interest rates 25 ...
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Defensive Stocks Standing Strong as Broader Stock Market Indexes Tank

When the stock market is taking it on the chin, it's often useful to take note of which stocks are rallying despite the negativity. This is a time when many ...
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5 Stocks to Load Up on Now That Interest Rates Continue to Plummet

To many investors, this may seem like a virtual replay from 10 years ago. The Federal Reserve resorted to a tactic not used since 1995 when it lowered interest rates ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Aflac, Apple, Chipotle, Coca-Cola, Dell, Dish, Gilead, McDonald’s, Starbucks and More

Stocks were indicated to have a slightly positive open on Monday, but the gains were so small that the outcome of the day seemed far from certain. A mixed earnings ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Akamai, Anaplan, Chipotle, Hasbro, Kimberly-Clark, Rio Tinto, Sherwin-Williams, Snap, Texas Instruments, United Air, UTC, Visa and More

Stocks were indicated to open lower after earnings reports weighed on some stocks, but that is after gains on Tuesday and Monday. With the markets now in the second half ...
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