Stock Picks Articles

stock picks to buy Perhaps the most difficult part about investing is deciding what to actually invest in. Compiled by our experts and editors, our stock picks will assist any investor in stocks to buy, stocks to sell, or anything in between.

Our stock advice ranges from the largest cap stocks such as Apple and Google to the most promising small cap and penny stocks. Everyone wants to be a successful investor and our investment tips will help put you on track to reaching your financial goals.


Dividend Stocks

4 Notable Dividend Increases From the Past Week — Including Lam Research Corproation

Four notable dividend stocks recently raised their payouts, including Lam Research (LRXC). Here's what you need to know about each. Read Article

Hot Stocks

Activision Blizzard, Inc. Adapts to Epic Games’ Surprising Hit Game

Activision Blizzard has seen the success of Epic Games' 'Fortnite' and may be rethinking everything ATVI thought it knew about video gaming. Read Article

Penny Stocks

4 Hot Penny Stocks That Could See Outsized Gains

Investing in penny stocks can be a gamble, but these 4 hot penny stocks in four different industries have the potential to be one of the big winners. Read Article

Stock Market Today

Tuesday’s Vital Data: General Electric Company (GE), Micron Technology, Inc. (MU) and Chesapeake Energy Corporation (CHK)

General Electric (GE) merges transport business with Wabtec (WAB), Micron (MU) options surge on 3Q outlook and Chesapeake (CHK) calls pop on natural gas prices. Read Article

Stocks to Buy

7 Triple-A Stocks to Buy — With 100% Street Support

These 7 'Strong Buy' stocks all have 100 % buy ratings from the Street. We use our big data capabilities to track the latest ratings from over 4,700 analysts. Here we delve down into why the Street is so bullish on our 7 top stocks to buy ideas. Read Article

Stocks to Sell

7 ‘Blue-Chip Stocks’ That Aren’t Blue Chips at All

A lot of large-cap familiar names are still called “blue-chip stock” when they are nothing of the kind. If you can't rid the term “blue-chip stock” from your lexicon, then it should at least apply to a whole new stream of companies. Read Article