Category Archives: Warren Buffett Stocks

[ July 31, 2015 | Author: admin | Views: 57683 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

In the following video, Motley Fool financial analysts David Hanson and Matt Koppenheffer discuss the second-largest regional bank in the U.S., PNC Financial (NYSE: PNC  ) . As a shareholder, Matt discusses what he sees as enticing about PNC today, and talks about whether or not the spate of acquisitions the bank has made recently concerns him as an investor. Matt also highlights one area of PNC’s business that investors should be watching today. The big banks may be rushing to renew their focus on traditional banking, but well-run regional banks like PNC Financial are already there. PNC saw its share of hardships during the financial meltdown, but its management team thinks the bank is now back on track and ready to deliver for investors. Does this mean it’s time to buy PNC? To help you figure that out, one of The Motley Fool’s top banking analysts has authored a brand-new … Continue reading

[ July 31, 2015 | Author: admin | Views: 67173 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

I’ll admit it. The traditional grocery business isn’t an exciting industry for investment potential. Profit margins are low, with almost zero chance of spiking higher. Meaningful sales growth is hard to find, too. And grocery stores suffer from the constant threat of having more nimble retailers push into their markets, as we saw with’s latest expansion of its food delivery business. However, the safest path to big investment returns is through buying into years of predictable growth at a reasonable price. That’s why I think Kroger (NYSE: KR  ) stock could be a great option for long-term investors right now. Kroger chugs alongThe grocer’s latest earnings show the kind of steady results that most companies can only dream about. With a 3.3% boost in sales, Kroger notched its 38th consecutive quarter of growth at its existing stores. Customers responded to the company’s investments in its locations by making more frequent … Continue reading

[ July 30, 2015 | Author: admin | Views: 10692 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

After being completely obliterated during the financial crisis, commercial real estate rose sharply in the subsequent years as investors sought the sectors high dividends and values. Overall, real estate investment trusts (REITs) managed to provide investors with a 17.8% annualized return from 2010 through 2012. Those gains continued into the beginning of 2013. Then the Fed began its tapering talk. With the potential of rising interest rates on the table, investors have shunned high dividend paying sectors and shares of REITs have plunged in wake of the Feds news. Yet, given the commercial real estate sectors long term history of outperformance, investors looking for bargains may want to scoop up shares of operators of shopping plazas, office buildings and hospitals. SEE: The REIT Way Better Valuations After reaching a six-year high set on May 21, 2013, REITs have plunged about 14.75% since the Federal Reserve provided an … Continue reading

[ July 28, 2015 | Author: admin | Views: 17595 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

Think about a couple of questions you wouldn’t want to be asked on a first date. Topping the list are probably personal questions like “how much do you weigh?” or even “how old are you?” Revealing this information is embarrassing for many people who are insecure about one or the other, and would rather keep the details hidden from strangers. Worse, though, imagine being asked how much money you have in your bank account, perhaps after expressing interest in the cheapest bottle of wine on the menu. Worse than that, imagine that your date asks what your credit rating is, perhaps after you suggest splitting the bill with a modest tip. Even worse, perhaps as you exit the faux-fancy restaurant and head to the bus stop, imagine your date asks directly, how much credit card debt do you have? Hot Cheapest Stocks To Buy For 2016: Amedisys Inc(AMED) Amedisys, Inc., … Continue reading

[ July 26, 2015 | Author: admin | Views: 55033 | Weather: | Mood: normal]

What do Acura Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ:ACUR) and CytRx Corporation (NASDAQ:CYTR) have in common? Yes, they’re both biotech stocks, though that’s not the most relevant answer right now. The best answer regarding the commonality between CYTR and ACUR at this point is that both are actionable, even of for totally different reasons/totally different directions. A closer look at each is merited. If the name CytRx Corporation seems vaguely familiar, it may be because yours truly penned some bullish thoughts on the biotech stock just a few days ago, on December 29th. While my expectations proved to be right – CYTR is up 31% since our first look and up 23% for the day – they proved to be right far faster and far more volatile than I expected. Beggars can’t be choosers, however, and we have to play the hand we’ve been dealt rather than the one we wish we were … Continue reading