Starwood Property Trust

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These six additions to the Deutsche Bank Conviction List are top stocks to buy for the next year for growth accounts looking to add new positions.
Southern Company, Colony NorthStar, Starwood Property, and Sears all posted new 52-week lows today.
While these eight stocks are not being touted as Credit Suisse's formal top picks for 2018, the timeline sure sets them up to be among the top contenders.
While utilities and other bond proxies have been bid to new highs as investors desperate for yield continue to buy them, other companies that provide solid yields have been forgotten about.
Most investors know that buying the U.S. 30-year Treasury bond now makes little sense, especially with yields hitting lows seen just once in almost 60 years.
These four Merrill Lynch stock picks run the gamut of risk, but they all have one thing in common, solid payouts with decent growth potential.
So what are investors who are looking for dividends to do in low-yield environment that could remain this way for some time?
It is hard to reach for yield and not have an increase in risk, so investors have to ask themselves how much risk they can afford.
One good thing to do now is buy solid companies that pay good dividends, because even when the Fed does start to raise rates, it will be with very small increases and at very measured intervals.
Credit Suisse now sees mortgage-based REITs as an attractive investment opportunity, based on stabilized book values and earnings outlooks.
Investors love stock buyback plans. Still, not all share repurchases are created equal. 24/7 Wall St. tracked three standout buyback announcements from Monday.
In a new research note, the Quantitative Strategies Team at Jefferies offers a look behind the curtain at some of the stocks that could see heavy buying as the month winds down.
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