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These Three Popular Dividend Stocks Might Have A Place In Your Portfolio

| April 16, 2020 | 0 Comments
These Three Popular Dividend Stocks Might Have A Place In Your Portfolio

The COVID-19 crisis-driven stock market crash has investors taking a different approach to stock selection. The economic shutdown has all of us taking a different look at different stocks, compared to what investors were most interested in before the market dived. Three Questions You Need to Ask First Here are some factors concerning individual stocks […]

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The 10 Best Stocks To Buy After The Market’s Historic Sell-Off

The 10 Best Stocks To Buy After The Market’s Historic Sell-Off

The historic market sell-off in March has created some attractive long-term buying opportunities The stock market just had a historic sell-off. In fact, it’s in the middle of one of the sharpest and most violent sell-offs, ever. On Monday March 9, the Dow Jones Industrials Average dropped more than 2,000 points, the first time that’s happened in […]

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7 Undervalued Stocks To Buy And 3 To Sell

| May 2, 2016 | 0 Comments
7 Undervalued Stocks To Buy And 3 To Sell

The market is once again approaching fairly valued, however, some stocks still trade at compelling levels while others are overvalued and should be sold. Where you invest your funds and, even more importantly, where you do not will be critical to beating the market in 2016. The S&P 500 is approaching 52-week highs again and […]

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Speculator’s Corner: Microsoft’s (MSFT) Big Hardware Gamble

| September 11, 2013 | 0 Comments
Speculator’s Corner:  Microsoft’s (MSFT) Big Hardware Gamble

The big news in the corporate world last week was Microsoft‘s (MSFT) purchase of Nokia‘s (NOK) phone business.  This game changing deal has certainly gotten a lot of press.  So now, it’s time for my take on the year’s most important acquisition. To be more specific, I’m going to defend MSFT. You see, most of […]

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Is Microsoft A Smart Bet For A Short-Term Trade?

| October 15, 2010 | 0 Comments

The race for market share in smartphone operating system software is about to take an interesting turn. Symbian, which is heavily backed by Nokia (NOK), is the global leader with more than 40%.  And Research In Motion (RIMM) with its popular Blackberry is second at 17.5%. But both of them are under heavy pressure from […]

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The Real Winner In The iPhone vs. Android Battle

| June 11, 2010 | 0 Comments

Last December I finally took the plunge… I gave up my old flip-phone and got a smartphone. I bought the Motorola Droid on the Verizon Wireless network.  And I’ve got to admit I love the mobile computing power these little computer/phone combos offer.  I don’t think I can ever go back to a ‘dumb’ phone […]

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