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The company offers title insurance, escrow and other title-related services, including trust activities, trustee sales guarantees, recordings and reconveyances, and home warranty insurance. It also provides technology and transaction services to the real estate and mortgage industries, as well as mortgage transaction services, including title-related services and facilitation of production and management of mortgage loans. Further, the company engages in the real estate brokerage business.

The company also offers annuity and life insurance products, such as deferred annuities that include fixed indexed, fixed-rate and immediate annuities, as well as indexed universal life insurance products.

Shareholders receive a 3.88% dividend. Credit Suisse has set a $59 target price. The consensus target for Fidelity National Financial stock is higher at $66.20. The shares closed on Thursday at $44.15.

Intel

This legacy leader in semiconductors has continued working hard to focus more on Internet of Things and data center cloud spending. Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC) designs, manufactures and sells integrated digital technology platforms worldwide.

The platforms are used in various computing applications, comprising notebooks, two-in-one systems, desktops, servers, tablets, smartphones, wireless and wired connectivity products, wearables, retail devices and manufacturing devices, as well as for retail, transportation, industrial, buildings, home use and other market segments.

The company announced in January it would invest up to $100 billion to build potentially the world’s largest chip-making complex in Ohio, looking to boost capacity as a global shortage of semiconductors affects everything from smartphones to automobiles.

Shareholders receive a 3.07% dividend. The $70 Intel stock target price at Credit Suisse compares with a $54.19 consensus target and a closing share price on Thursday of $47.56.


With institutional interest growing for these five companies, it makes sense for investors to consider whether they are good additions to current portfolios. With all paying solid dividends and having support from some of the top firms on Wall Street, they look like excellent ideas for what could be a turbulent rest of 2022.

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