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Can Starbucks Stock Keep the Growth Spigot On?

Starbucks' management is focused on growth over vanity projects, but SBUX stock holders must see that growth in Thursday's earnings report.

Can Microsoft’s Partnerships Fend Off Amazon?

Microsoft isn’t just offering access, storage and processing, it's offering expertise in the cloud for a wide array of businesses. With a series of strategic partnerships, MSFT stock is keeping Amazon at bay.

Buying Bitcoin the Right Way: Beginners Should Always Do These 3 Things

As a cryptocurrency analyst, people often ask me if they should be buying bitcoin. When I say yes, they want to know how. I can’t...

10 Speciality Retail Stocks to Seek Refuge In

The one thing you can count on in the U.S. economy are consumers. When things get dicey, retail stocks can be a refuge and opportunity.

10 Marijuana Stocks to Ride High on the Farm Bill

Marijuana stocks have recently lagged the markets, but the newly signed farm bill provides a significant catalyst for pot businesses.

Follow the Money into the Future of Transportation With Self-Driving Car Stocks

The autonomous driving revolution is coming. Position yourself to profit with self-driving car stocks.

10 Best Stocks to Buy That Represent the Future

During times of turbulence, it is important to remember that companies that represent the future are the best stocks to buy today.

Should You Care About the Inverted Yield Curve?

The inverted yield curve is the talk of Wall Street, yet investors should just focus on fundamentally strong companies with growing bottom lines.

What Does the Inverted Yield Curve Mean for Your Money?

An inverted yield curve means a recession is likely, so make sure you have cash today to buy the bargains of tomorrow.

The 7 Best Car Stocks to Park in Your Portfolio

What are the best car stocks to buy in the auto industry? Try this combo of industry-dominating stocks with strong future trend support.

10 Boring Stocks to Buy for Red-Hot Returns

Warren Buffett has made his fortune on many businesses that would lull you to sleep. These 10 boring stocks to buy are simply beautiful.

10 Value Stocks to Buy for December

The 10 value stocks are great examples of companies that reward you with both income and growth, regardless of the market’s gyrations.

10 Goldman Sachs Top Stock Picks for 2019

Chances are, the volatility of the 2018 markets isn't going anywhere. But Goldman Sachs is here to help with these top stock picks for 2019.

Why Is Apple Hiding Its iPhone Unit Sales Numbers?

Apple is not winning investor support by being more opaque with iPhone unit sales. That could hurt AAPL stock holders in the near-term.

Microsoft vs. Apple: Which Is the Better Stock?

With Microsoft surpassing Apple's market cap, is MSFT stock the better buy here? Neil George breaks down both companies' valuations.

15 Artificial Intelligence Stocks Leading the New Wave

With so many strong sectors on steep discount, now is an ideal time to position yourself with artificial intelligence stocks.

Now That the Pot Stock Bubble Has Popped, Should You Buy Cronos Stock?

Before buying the dip in CRON stock, investors should understand that the cannabis industry will produce more losers than winners.

General Motors Stock Is a Bargain After Restructuring

General Motors is still a deep value play. The company's cost cuts will position GM stock toward high-growth automotive markets.

4 Cable Stocks Wired for Gains

Cord-cutting fears aside, these are the four cable stocks to buy as they position themselves for strong long-term growth.

Can Old-School Chip Stocks Like INTC Be Better Than NVDA Stock?

It's a great time for chip stocks. Despite the recent turmoil, the long-term growth story is strong. So should you choose a newcomer like NVDA or someone slow and steady like INTC?