Stocks to buy

Once considered just a personal finance app, SoFi Technologies (NASDAQ:SOFI) is now a legitimate, chartered bank that poses a real threat to traditional banking institutions. Yet, even if big banks aren’t necessarily fans of SoFi Technologies, at least one mega-bank analyst group had something positive to say about the company. Therefore, the skeptics and short-sellers definitely
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As generative AI gains momentum, many growth investors seek the best AI stocks. Indeed, artificial intelligence technology is reshaping life and work. With 40% of organizations increasing AI investments, identifying genuine AI beneficiaries is crucial. In 2023, AI emerged as a transformative force for business, offering unique investment opportunities. AI’s capacity to mimic human intelligence,
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This earnings season has been better than expected. Companies have impressed investors with strong financials, changing the way we look at the economy. Despite interest rates still being high, consumer sentiment is improving and some companies have shown high resilience. Now is the time to identify stocks that can withstand any market condition in 2024.
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The “new world order” is a loaded term with sunnily optimistic or darkly negative implications, depending on your outlook. But beyond personal bias, the new world order is a statement of fact. Tomorrow’s world looks different from today’s, and every generation contended with a new world of some sort. The steamship created a new world
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Renewable energy stocks have taken a beating over the past year. This is due to a number of factors, including higher interest rates. And with companies releasing third-quarter earnings reports recently, the renewable energy sector has seen a number of missed profit expectations. For example, Enphase Energy (NASDAQ:ENPH) designs, develops and installs solar panels primarily for residential use. It
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While enough evidence exists that justify a pessimistic view of the market – in particular, high inflation and high borrowing costs – it’s also possible that a hot November could rejuvenate previously embattled stocks to buy. And that’s not an entirely speculative proposition. First, let’s get the not-so-pleasant news out of the way. Recently, the
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The earnings season can be an exciting time for investors. While a few can be disappointing, many others can generate solid gains for you. Since it is impossible to time the market, investors should identify companies that have a solid history of beating market expectations. When they do this, the stock often rallies. In this
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Stock dividends continue to be a major enticement for investors. Many retail investors prize dividend payments and the steady income they provide, particularly in retirement. Also, people like the reliable return on capital they receive from dividends. This is especially true with markets remaining volatile and stock prices rising and falling along with interest rates
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Investing in the stock market is a journey of both patience and foresight. Dividend kings reign supreme in this realm, offering high-yield dividends and long-term investment opportunities. These stocks don’t just grow; they boast consistent dividend increases year after year. They represent financial stability and steady shareholder returns. In an era obsessed with quick wins,
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The energy markets are facing unprecedented challenges and opportunities in the wake of the ongoing conflicts in the Middle East and Eastern Europe. The price of brent crude remains elevated, above $80/barrel, as the Israel-Hamas war and the Russo-Ukrainian war have led to oil market speculation on supply and demand. These geopolitical tensions are likely
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Halloween has come and gone for another year.  Candy by the bag load was collected, sorted by parents and eaten by children and adults alike. According to data from Entrepreneur, chocolate is the favorite sweet for Americans by a 2:1 margin.  However, candies such as gummies and marshmallows are gaining ground, while candy corn has
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