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From auto makers to airplane manufacturers, there's plenty at stake at the G7 meeting.
Purchase these stocks next week and have some extra spending money by Memorial Day.
Don't read any further if you are squeamish... unless you want potentially attractive returns.
These names have well-above-market yields in addition to compelling valuations.
In cyclical industries like shipping, real investment returns come from riskier companies during periods of rising industry prices.
It's not 'the best indicator you've never heard of,' but shipping investors find it useful.
Expect money to flow out of hot stocks like Amazon and into names with better valuations.
There's a herd mentality around FANG stocks, but herds tend to change direction quickly.
Performance of ETFs shows that riskier asset classes have outperformed safer bonds.
The energy company takes a hit after earnings, but there's still reason for optimism.
This portfolio is designed to produce a blended yield of 6% to 8%.
To buy or short an independent energy stock with commodity prices at current levels, it takes deep-dive research on individual names.
For a change, owners aren't losing money by having their ships on the water.
The common stock likely won't see a dividend, but this stock should.
The financing window is wide open, but that will make it harder for investors to profit.
Look for beaten-down stocks that are trading at discounts to the value of their assets.
The takeover offer undervalues DHT and management should hold out for a better deal.
Taking a historical perspective can help you handle it.
There are strong indications that the market has indeed recovered.
The stock has taken a beating, but users of Afrezza are loyal to the drug.
Rising freight rates, a Vale settlement and some financial engineering should make Navios pop.