Although the market turmoil may have investors scrambling for cover, these retirement stocks can likely withstand the heat. Brookfield Infrastructure (BIPC): One of the largest owners and operators of critical global infrastructure networks, Brookfield presents unbeatable relevance. Duke Energy (DUK): A classic name among retirement stocks, Duke Energy’s pertinent business and compelling coverage map make
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As of today, September 29, 2021, the 15-year fixed mortgage rate is 2.48% and the 15-year jumbo mortgage rate is 3.01%. These rates are not the teaser rates you may see advertised online and based on our methodology should be more representative of what customers could expect to be quoted depending on their qualifications. You
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In the current market evironment, investors could find solid ground with this dividend stocks to buy. Merck (MRK): Robust results across its core portfolio, with its oncology portfolio expected to fire on all cylinders. Chevron (CVX): Cash flow generating machine, which will benefit immensely from rising oil prices. Clorox (CLX): Attractive income stock, which has seen
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Nio’s (NIO) Singapore listing isn’t going to do investors any favors. Recent earnings results show weakness. Nio is a surprisingly minor player in its biggest market. I’ve long been a proponent of Chinese EV manufacturer Nio (NYSE:NIO) and its stock. However, a host of recent factors is causing me to change that opinion. Nio’s current
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Monthly dividend stocks have been a reliable form of investment for decades. Dividends provide stability, growth, and long-term value for investors who buy dividend-yielding stocks. Gladstone Commercial (GOOD): Buys properties that provide short-term growth opportunities to its customers. The company’s portfolio consists of 129 properties across 27 states as of 2021. AGNC Investment (AGNC): Deals
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Undervalued fintech stocks, which have struggled in recent months could rebound in the coming quarters as consumers continue to embrace the digital financial future. Affirm (AFRM): A recently announced partnership with Fiserv (FISV) should increase the company’s customer base. PayPal (PYPL): Its new credit card offering could help increase revenues from transaction fees. SoFi Technologies
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The early part of the 2000s was a godsend for many consumers. Credit flowed with relative ease, making it nearly impossible to be declined for a loan, credit card, or mortgage. Subprime loans were rampant, giving investors and corporations big profits, but they also helped many people live out the American dream by letting them
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(Click here to subscribe to the Delivering Alpha newsletter.) For the last two decades, Bruce Flatt has been the CEO of Brookfield Asset Management, growing it to become the second-largest alternatives firm in the world. He oversees more than $725 billion in assets spanning a diverse portfolio comprised of real estate, private equity, infrastructure, energy transition, credit,
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High-yielding dividend stocks to buy are the go-to now. However, yields aren’t always sustainable and the selection process is critical. Citigroup (C): Citigroup is a new Warren Buffett favorite. The bank’s stock is significantly undervalued relative to its book value and exhibits robust dividend-related metrics. Chevron (CVX): Chevron stock is a momentum play. CVX’s expansion
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