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Hot Cheap Stocks To Watch For 2019

A full-fledged price war has broken out in the world of online stock investing.

Just hours after Boston-based Fidelity Investments said it would slash its standard commission for online stock trades and ETFs by nearly 40% to $4.95, its San Francisco-based rival, Charles Schwab, matched the lower price.

As the bull market pushes stockshigher, placing a trade online is getting cheaperas....More>>>

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Sometimes, industries that are left for dead aren’t actually going to die. In that scenario, stocks that are priced-for-death could stage huge rebounds. Such is the case with AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc (NYSE:AMC) and the movie theater industry. Movie theaters were presumed to be a dying breed thanks to technology making at-home entertainment better, cheaper, and more convenient than....More>>>

Top 10 Cheap Stocks For 2019

In what could be a breakthrough in the solar-energy industry, Tesla will begin selling and installingsolar roof tiles for U.S. customers this summer, CEO Elon Musk said Wednesday.

The company, best known for its electric cars, said it was set to begin accepting orders for glass roof tiles with embedded solar collectors that Musk pledged would be more durable than a typical roof, a third lighter....More>>>

Top 10 Cheap Stocks To Buy For 2018

Cheap dividend stocks have found increased in demand ever since the financial crisis. To save the economy and the markets, the Fed repeatedly lowered interest rates. As a result, safer investments like bonds and Treasuries ended up yielding next to nothing. And so, retirement investors and income investors moved further out on the risk curve, buying up dividend stocks in the hunt for yield.

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Last January I wrote about Ossen Innovation (OSN), a cheap stock but in the middle of a value destroying reverse merger. In this transaction valuable Chinese assets would be given away to the controlling shareholder. The other shareholders would get a small piece of a Chinese company (America-Asia Diabetes Research Foundation) with a going concern warning. I think that was more than a warning because....More>>>

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There was an interesting story on Axios on Friday that I highly recommend to read if you are in some way invested in the U.S. healthcare sector – and I believe it contributed to yet another biotech sell-off. The IBB (NASDAQ:IBB) is down 3.5% as I write.

The U.S. healthcare system with its idiosyncratic insistence on an almost 100% private insurance structure is pretty crazy. It is one....More>>>

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The waiting list for Tesla’s new Model 3 is growing fast.

Tesla (TSLA) said Wednesday it is now averaging more than 1,800 net reservations each day for its cheaper electric car, following an event last week to hand over keys to the first 30 Model 3 vehicles.

Tesla did not provide an updated figure for its total waiting list. At the event last week, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said....More>>>

Top 5 Cheap Stocks To Invest In 2018

Value investing and GDP growth look primed for a turnaround; out-of-favor value stocks stand to benefit.
Department store operator Kohl's is also showing signs of a turnaround; management's willingness to try new initiatives appears to be bearing fruit.
With almost 30 percent upside and a steady dividend, Kohl's looks attractive ahead of earnings.

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Top 5 Cheap Stocks To Own Right Now

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A few weeks ago we discussed how you can make 12% annually, forever, from stocks. Now let’s apply those lessons to 2017, and highlight five that should do even better (17%+ returns) this year (and likely beyond).

Remember, projecting our returns from any given stock is simple. We simply add together the three ways it can pay us:

Its current dividend.

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Top 10 Cheap Stocks To Watch For 2019

It was “day one” at Amazon Books, the tech giant’s first brick-and-mortar store in New York City.

It looks and feels like traditional bookstores, but it’s a little more complicated. And folks who aren’t digitally savvy may end up paying more as a result.

The store, which carries 3,000 book titles, is located at the Time Warner Center in Manhattan (conveniently....More>>>