Tuesday , 22 October 2019


Stocks & ETFunds

These 5 Energy-Related Stocks Yield Hefty Dividends

The U.S. Dollar has appreciated somewhat due to the recent Brexit fears, also bringing down the price of oil, but, moving forward, we believe oil prices have a clear path towards US$55-60/barrel. As such, we suggest investors take a look at the five energy-related stocks described below that also generate hefty dividend yields.

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Debt: A Trillion Dollar Investment Opportunity

American credit card balances will hit $1 trillion in 2016, a debt burden that has never been reached before, not even during the go-go days of the dot-com boom. On the other side of the coin is the fact that there is a lot of profit to be made on the lending side of those trillion dollars of debt as the average interest rate on credit cards today is a whopping 15.19%. Given that the national average for 1-year CDs is a measly 1.09%, it is clear that credit card companies are making lots of money.

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Gold ETFs: How They Differ, Which Are Best and Why

Gold ETFs are a bit more complicated than you might think at first glance but, hopefully, the key facts in this article will allow you to get a better handle on the market, and find more information on the best gold ETF option for your needs in today's investing world.

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Could the Slow Start to IPOs In 2016 Be Beginning To Thaw?

Most companies that have gone public this year are biotech firms and the first quarter marked the slowest start to IPOs since the last recession. In the current quarter, [could] the fact that companies outside of biotech are eyeing or marching through the IPO door... be a sign of a slow thaw? Words: 724

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Check Out These SMALL Cap Stocks with BIG Insider Buying

Insider buying can be a strong indication of a mismatch between the current trading share price of a firm and its intrinsic value (what the shares should be trading at). Management, by far, has the best understanding of their business, and hence most often have the best opinions about valuation. Thus, purchasing their own stock is often a good sign for investors, which could be the case for shareholders of the companies on our list today.

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