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Subscriber Rick Coniglio asked about Prudential Financial -- and this one looks like good insurance for your portfolio.
This name offers the combination of high dividend yields and dividend safety.
It's behavioral finance at its finest, and makes for a fascinating debate.
PRU has shown weakness over the past nine to 10 months.
Infrastructure and health care are likely to be in the political spotlight.
These names are showing technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns.
These names combine good dividend yields with a track record of raising quarterly payouts.
Today's headlines may bring uncertainty, but this sector still looks good.
Consistency in discipline will make the difference.
There's no question that Japan's economy is hot and next year companies' confidence to invest in infrastructure plays well for tech stocks.
Firms that adapted to hard times are now doing exponentially better.
Hartford Financial is conspicuous (in the black) against a sea of red in insurance stocks (Metropolitan Life , Lincoln National , and Prudential much lower).
"Wishin' and hopin' and thinkin' and prayin' Plannin' and dreamin' each night of his charms That won't get you into his arms." -- Dusty Springfield Wishin' and Hopin' Hartford Financial's stock price performance relative to other life insurers i...
Real estate is finally back in fashion for investors, with assets topping $2.5 trillion. Those looking for something a little higher along the risk-reward curve are coming to Asia.
It's a wonder to me how split this market really is.
As we approach Spring, we'll be watching existing and new homes sales numbers. Home buyers will be looking to jump into the mortgage market before interest rates rise.
The model has survived the test of time and consistently delivered market-beating returns.
Jim Cramer says despite the scandals, the bank has been a decent performer.
The 'Enterprise Value Growth and Income' stock-picking model should be quite effective in 2017, too.
Troubles on Main Street, Wall Street and in Washington Aren't Going Away Soon.
The recent movement to move away from hedge funds misses the bigger picture.