If you are looking for the best BlackRock funds to buy, look no further than this list of the top BlackRock mutual funds. More
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One of the most influential financial institutions in the world, BlackRock is an investment management corporation with over $4 trillion in assets under management. BlackRock believes it is their duty to provide businesses and individuals alike with the wherewithal to grow their money and become as financially secure as possible. The leading institution is still expanding and has merged with massive institutions such as Merrill Lynch and Barclays to increase the capacity of their services.
BlackRock stock (NYSE:BLK) experiences corresponding success with its business and has nearly doubled in the past five years. With more expansion on the horizon, BLK stock is one of the safer investments in an always volatile financial market.
Some dividend stocks don't have a long history of dividend growth but possess the characteristics for future success...AAPL, BLK, and RHI in particular. More
"The house always wins." That's certainly true for the stocks of these 3 asset managers. More importantly, they'll keep winning. More
BlackRock (BLK) topped Street forecasts, but weak cost control and a coming rate hike work against any market-beating upside this year. More
The market's best stocks to buy can come from any sector, and use any business model. What matters most is a perpetually marketable product. More
CVS Health (CVS) and BlackRock (BLK) both have strong demographics and macro factors aiding results, but one has distinct advantages for outperformance. More
Volatility, selling, a rising U.S. dollar and especially those plunging oil prices have dominated the market landscape since the beginning of the year. Now, however, we are flying headlong into earnings season, and that means we also are likely to see a bevy of big dividend stocks increasing shareholder payouts. This week, there were six high-profile dividend stocks moving to make shareholders happier, and one of the biggest came from the battered oil sector. More