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Selecting the creme de la creme of last year's top dividend dogs generated an average total return of 8.8%.
It's centered around a few themed negatives, all forcing their own various uncertainties into free market price discovery.
It's time for the central bank to show the same level of concern for their misplaced aggression.
Analysts view Salesforce's unique co-CEO structure seen as a positive.
Cloud stocks, unlike most of tech, are less exposed to Chinese revenue and tariffs.
There are no pockets of safety beyond the big banks and there is no interest in buying the weakness so far.
Forward looking valuations, except for Nvidia, are very low.
All of the names are boosting dividends and share buybacks.
The third day of a trading period is typically the day we see sellers, after two up days.
Events that would normally give investors pause have merely primed the pump.
Travelers Companies Inc. shares kept the Dow Jones Industrial Average afloat as insurance stocks enjoyed a rebound.
There were big losses in Wall Street's return from the long weekend as North Korea's latest missile tests set off market tremors.
On the long side, it would be national refiners, with Valero Energy at the top of the list; on the short side, it's the bedraggled oil producers.
Hear me out: The same lessons and disciplines are useful in both.
The stock might need to take a rest before moving higher.
Brinker International? Not so much.
From price momentum to signs of irrational exuberance, several things have me worried.
At the one-month mark, the portfolio outperformed the S&P 500 and Russell 2000.
Companies as diverse as Wendy's and Boeing are among the names big into stock buybacks and raising their payouts.
Their overseas business has been carrying them.