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Top Analyst Upgrades & Downgrades: AMD, Amazon, Autodesk, Charles Schwab, Intel, Micron, Regions Financial, Stitch Fix, Uber and More

Stocks were indicated to open slightly higher on the prospects of better earnings on Monday, even with oil up as tensions with Iran rise. Despite some profit-taking and some of ...
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The Case for Walt Disney as a Stock to Own for the Next Decade

Picking a stock that is safe to own for a full decade is no simple task. After all, there are recessions, rapidly changing consumer habits, wages and operating costs, other ...
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Why One Analyst Sees IBM Handily Outperforming Apple Shares in 2020

This last week started the earnings season floodgates and many of the top companies have started reporting results for the calendar second quarter of 2019. Many more will be releasing ...
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10 Dividends That Can See Double-Digit Growth for 5 Years or Longer

It's no secret that investors love their dividends. Investors praise companies that can raise their dividends year after year, and a commitment to a strong dividend policy is a company's ...
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Revisiting American Water Works as a Stock to Own for the Next Decade

American Water Works Co. Inc. (NYSE: AWK) has been an incredible performer over the years. It fits right in on the defensive utility sector trade for investors who want predictability ...
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Why UBS Is Growing More Cautious About General Electric

General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE) has seen its share of volatility in recent years. After peaking before the Great Recession, even during the great recovery this conglomerate never came close ...
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11 Major Risks for Value Investors With Stocks at All-Time Highs

The bull market is now well into its 10th year, and many investors have been scratching their heads, trying to figure out how to be positioned heading into 2020. On ...
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How the Case for Owning American Electric Power for the Next Decade Has Changed

With a new decade on the horizon, investors need to be considering what worked over the past decade and whether they should expect the same or different outcomes for what ...
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Why Cisco Still Qualifies as a Stock to Own for the Next Decade

Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO) has acted like a champ in 2019. Its shares were up about 30% year to date, one of the top stocks in the Dow Jones ...
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Does 3M Face Longer-Term Dividend Risks After 2019 and 2020?

It's a tough time to be a true industrial conglomerate. While the woes of 3M Co. (NYSE: MMM) may still be light years better than a generally eclectic rival conglomerate, ...
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Applied Materials to See Earnings Boost From Kokusai Electric Acquisition

Applied Materials Inc. (NASDAQ: AMAT) is making an acquisition that might not be getting the attention it deserves. The top chip equipment and capital spending leader has announced a definitive ...
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Weekly Recap & Major Analyst Calls, Looking Backwards & Forwards for 2019 in 10 Minutes

Somehow, the second quarter of 2019 has come to an end and the year is now half way over. It also appears that the snap-back rally after the "Sell in ...
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Why the Crazy-High Ford and GM Dividends May Hold Up in the Next Recession

Investors love dividends. While dividends are widely cited in the media as creating one-third to half of total returns over time, some companies come with shockingly high dividend yields. Dividend ...
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Why the AT&T Super-High Dividend Yield Still Seems Safe

It's no secret that investors love dividends, but what investors really cherish is when a company has a high dividend yield and is able to keep growing that payout over ...
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It May Finally Be Safe to Buy CenturyLink (and Its Massive Dividend Yield)!

CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE: CTL) has been a down and out stock for quite some time. In fact, its shares had lost about 75% of their value since 2011. Even the ...
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