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The 24 names that made the cut of these consistent dividend hikers haven't done a whole lot, either individually or in the aggregate.
Does it not make sense to create a separate portfolio made up of equities that will benefit -- as sick as that sounds -- when an area needs to rebuild?
It's time for the central bank to show the same level of concern for their misplaced aggression.
Domestic growth levered to small business? It may be precisely where you have to be.
Somewhat surprisingly, 24 names made the cut this year, versus 20 last year.
I've built a lot of tracking portfolios over the years, and this one had the lowest variability of returns.
For my portfolio, you can't beat this SBUX competitor -- and for a cup of coffee.
So far, so good, the portfolio is up about 14.5% versus 11% for the S&P Mid Cap 400 Index.
Self-driving cars are coming, and here's how to position your portfolio.
The free market is going to take back control of interest rates.
Nucor, Snap-On and KeyCorp release quarterly earnings on Thursday.
Buy shares of Snap-On if AutoZone reports a good quarter, according to TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
Several lesser-known banks make my stock screening cut, though higher-profile Snap-on, Tractor Supply and Manpower also are on the list.
A behind the scenes look at Jim Cramer's exclusive conference call with Action Alerts Plus club members, where he breaks down opportunities for growth.
If you must buy now, then go for a low-cost index fund or stocks with strong fundamentals.
Snap-On is the most made in America company there is, according to TheStreet's Jim Cramer, whose charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS, owns shares of the stock.
There's real buying with money that hasn't been in this market for ages.
Snap-On, a major player in the auto repair space, sees opportunities ahead in the new year.
Like Keynes, you've got to be able to change your mind when the facts change.
Investors should stay focused on domestically-based companies like Snap-on, Centene and Qlik Technologies to get more gearing to a growing U.S. economy.
These four names stood out to me from a weekly perspective.