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16 Best Stocks to Buy Under President Donald Trump

With the most memorable election in our memory right around the corner, the contest continues to look like a horse race while both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump continue to exchange political punches. [ipm_caption id="757534" align="right" width="300"]Donald Trump [/ipm_caption] All things considered equal, the U.S. stock market and the economy have likely set their course for the next few years, as is usually the case. But there are enough clear differences in the two politicians' platforms that we can use to determine some select groups of the market -- and even specific stocks to buy -- that will benefit from either candidate's victory. As it stands now, a Trump victory would put attention on infrastructure, privatization of certain segments of the economy and evening the playing field for American companies to compete against cheaper international markets. With that in mind, these are the 16 best stocks to buy should Donald Trump relocate from Trump Tower to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Next Page Read Article

16 Best Stocks to Buy Under President Hillary Clinton

With each passing week, it is looking more and more like Hillary Clinton will be the next President of the United States. It seems like every week there is something new that damns her brash billionaire opponent, Donald Trump -- from not paying income taxes to the vulgar video to women accusing sexual harassment. [ipm_caption id="778517" align="right" width="300"]16 Best Stocks to Buy Under President Hillary Clinton [/ipm_caption] It is getting ugly in the Republican party, and polls prove it to be true. Therefore, as we brace for yet another Clinton in office, and deal with the fact that most Americans don't like either choice, the big question for investors is: What does this all mean for the stock market? And more specifically, what stocks will do best under a President Hillary Clinton? If you think the presidency will go the other way, check back with us soon -- because one of my colleagues will lay out the winning stocks for a Donald Trump presidency. But here are my 16 best stocks to buy in anticipation of a win for the DNC. Next Page Read Article

3 No-Brainer Stocks to Buy for Retirement

Retirement investing is not what it used to be. In the old days, one could just invest in the “safe” stocks to buy, in “blue chips,” in a nice ladder of bonds, and do just fine. [ipm_caption id="815594" align="right" width="300"]3 No-Brainer Stocks to Buy for Retirement [/ipm_caption] Alas, the market has significantly changed. Much of this is due to the historically low interest rates we’ve had. The problem with the Federal Reserve’s attempt to goose the economy is that it killed bond yields, forcing retired investors further out onto the risk curve, making it difficult to find safe stocks to buy. That has pushed stock prices far higher than they should be, if one subscribes (as I do) to the Peter Lynch theory that a stock’s price should reflect its net income growth rate to be added to a list of stocks to buy. I believe this has created a lot of risk for retired investors when it comes to stocks to buy. There are dividend stocks aplenty, but many of them are priced in such a manner as to create far too much risk. So here are three stocks to buy that I still consider no-brainer buys for retirement. Next Page Read Article

The Top 10 S&P 500 Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

Above-average yields and below-average risks: Those are the perfect conditions for substantial total returns in these top S&P 500 dividend stocks. Read Article

Has the Dow Hit Its Top?

Trading remains tightly range-bound for the time being, with earnings or a rate hike the most likely coming catalysts for a break. Read Article

Go Long Alphabet Inc (GOOG, GOOGL) Stock For the Best Price — Free

2016 has been bullishly biased, so it has been safe to bet long on high-profile names like GOOGL. Here's how to play Alphabet Inc for free. Read Article

10 Free iPhone Apps for Monday, Oct. 17

Check out these 10 free iPhone apps that are available Monday, Oct. 17. A weather app, a beard maker and a water app make the list today. Read Article

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Wellness Day: Free Check-Ups, Flu Shots Oct. 15

Walmart Wellness Day is on Oct. 15, and you can get free flu shots, blood pressure check-ups and more as long as you show up early to a store. Read Article

Taco Bell Corp. Debuts 4 Sleek New Restaurant Redesigns

Taco Bell has released four new restaurant redesigns that were first teased in May, including Urban Edge, Modern Explorer, California Sol and Heritage. Read Article

Chipotle Coupon Codes: How to Get Your Free Burrito

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The New Lego Yellow Submarine Set Comes With Four Beatles Figurines

A new series of Lego Yellow Submarine Beatles set is being released soon. Lego Yellow SubmarineThe popular yellow bricks will now embody George Harrison, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney. They will be released on November 1 and will retail for $60, allowing parents to share their love for the world's most successful band of all time with their children. The Lego Yellow Submarine set will feature the actual marine vessel, as well as mini figurines of each of the Beatles stars. Lego contributor Kevin Szeto designed the figures, which includes more than 550 pieces. He had to get a total of at least 10,000 signatures on a website for Lego to even consider bringing the Yellow Submarine to life. He succeeded at this, and Lego green-lit the project sometime last year. Now, it is finally being released and it will mark one of the hottest products with the yellow bricks of all time, along with superheroes such as Batman, Star Wars, Superman and more. The concept of the Lego Yellow Submarine was borrowed from the famous -- or infamous to some -- 1968 film that starred the four Beatles as themselves in a movie that came at the height of their success. The film was directed by George Dunning and it has a 7.4/10 rating on IMDB, making it a critical success. The film was quite colorful, coming out in a time when the Beatles were fascinated by bright pastel colors.

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