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Oritani Financial Corp (NASDAQ:ORIT) files its latest 10-K with SEC for the fiscal year ended on June 30, 2017. Oritani Financial Corp is the stock holding company for Oritani Bank. It operates as a retail and commercial bank and provides banking and financial services to individual and business customers in New Jersey. Oritani Financial Corp has a market cap of $731.280 million; its shares were....More>>>

Hot Performing Stocks To Buy Right Now

Priceline (NASDAQ:PCLN) reported earnings for the second quarter of 2017 on August 8. Both sales and earnings came in above expectations, but forward guidance was a disappointment. In this context, Priceline stock suffered a considerable pullback, and its currently trading 10% below its highs of the last year.

But thats no reason to panic. On the contrary, chances are that the short-term....More>>>

Best Value Stocks For 2018

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Last week, I discussed the pros and cons of a rising equity glide path approach to asset allocation in retirement. This week, I want to finish that discussion by looking at two other options.

A second approach to dynamic asset allocation is to use valuation-based asset allocation. The idea for this approach is to reduce the stock allocation when the portfolio is....More>>>

Best Dividend Stocks To Invest In 2018

In a recent Seeking Alpha article comparing two upstream producers (see: EOG Resources Or ConocoPhillips?), there were several comments regarding Occidental Petroleum (NYSE:OXY). This article will take the winner of my first article, ConocoPhillips (NYSE:COP), and compare its valuation with that of OXY.

Before we look at some valuation metrics, it should be noted that this comparison is not....More>>>

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Anytime you come across a personal finance-related article, chances are, you’ll likely read advice from a financial advisor or “personal finance expert” preaching you should contribute money to your 401(k) up to the employer match because it’s essentially “free money.” Sound familiar?

Unfortunately, this type of blanket advice is not....More>>>