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Stocks to Buy
Finding the right stock to buy is one of the most difficult parts of investing.
At Investorplace, our experts help expedite that process by providing reliable information that will assist you in choosing what stocks to invest in. Whether the ultimate goal is to find steady income or earn a quick buck, our staff provides advice to help you find a strong dividend stock, a penny stock with potential, or, plain and simple, a good stock to buy.
Check out the stocks our experts pick as best buys right now.
AMGN stock is headed lower after earnings, but Q1 and guidance confirm that Amgen is a strong company, and well worth buying. Read Article
Even Facebook Inc may not be immune to the destructive power of financial leverage. Here's what investors need to know... Read Article
Don't be scared off by Abiomed's competition. ABMD is in a great position: It's on an upward trajectory and it has a lot of buyout potential. Read Article
This week, these five stocks have the best ratings in Earnings Revisions, one of the eight Fundamental Categories on Portfolio Grader. Read Article
Exxon Mobil (XOM) profits blew past the Street's earnings target on strong results from the chemicals business and cost cuts. Expect brighter days from XOM stock. Read Article
At the beginning of the year I was invited to pick my favorite stock for 2016. It's Total System Services, Inc., and TSS is doing well Read Article
United Technologies hit a few bumps in the road last year, but it has recovered: increasing popularity of its top-notch engine technology and the inevitable rise of military spending point to a high-flying 2016 for UTX stock. Read Article
Amazon.com (AMZN) shares surged more than 11% in Thursday's after-hours trading following the company's outstanding first-quarter earnings report. Read Article
Whole Foods likely had a soft second quarter, but its long-term turnaround plans make WFM's current share price a bargain buy. Read Article
Priceline (PCLN) stock is in the spotlight after its CEO suddenly resigned following a sex scandal. Consider this a rare opportunity. Read Article
Now there are only two remaining AAA stocks: Microsoft (MSFT) and Johnson & Johnson (JNJ). Here's an overview of their long-term survivability. Read Article
The buy-the-headline crowd is dumping real estate investment trusts for the wrong reasons. Buck the trend with these 3 REITs worth the investment Read Article
Forget Netflix and Tesla, if Apple really wants to create shareholder value and establish itself the clear cut leader in a fast-growing, large market, then it should buy FIT. Read Article