Like the rest of the broader markets, semiconductor stocks to buy have operated under a cloud of uncertainty this year. Although both sides of the U.S.-China trade war demonstrated some signs of thawing relations, recent developments suggest that this economic conflict has devolved to the worst point ever. As reported by multiple news agencies, the
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Fidelity clients saving for retirement are starting to move some money out of stocks in the recently volatile market, the brokerage’s personal investing president told CNBC on Friday. “The average investor that doesn’t trade a lot that’s really looking to save for their retirement — we have millions of customers like that — we’ve seen
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As best I can, I’m going to try and sum up the bull thesis on global media giant Disney (NYSE:DIS) stock in one paragraph. Source: ilikeyellow / Shutterstock.com In one month, Disney will launch its highly anticipated Disney+ streaming service. This will be a watershed moment for Disney stock. Disney will go from antiquated media
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Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Delta Air Lines – The airline reported adjusted quarterly profit of $2.32 per share, beating the consensus estimate of $2.26 a share. Revenue was slightly below forecasts, but Delta’s bottom line was helped by strong demand growth which prompted it to hire more pilots, flight attendants,
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PepsiCo (NASDAQ:PEP) announced its third-quarter results on Oct. 4. They were healthy enough that I’ve put the beverage and snack food company on my list of seven beverage stocks to buy now.  But before I get into the seven names on my list, I thought I’d explain why I’m so high on beverage stocks.  The
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Absent broader context, consumer technology giant Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) appears like a no-lose proposition. Despite some bearish calls that the Apple stock price is stretched – including my own two cents – shares have continued to defy gravity and the critics. On a year-to-date basis, AAPL is up over 50%. Source: Shutterstock Again, by any other
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Investors soaked up even more gains on Friday, adding to the rally from Thursday. Investors are hopped up on optimism in the stock market today, as the U.S. and China look to reach a partial trade agreement. According to Bloomberg, the deal has been reached, although there was also meeting between President Donald Trump and
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Once again, the big news for the Dow Jones today was all about the U.S.-China trade get together. The result was excellent news for stocks as the major domestic equity benchmarks surged to end the week on news that the world’s two largest economies reached a partial trade accord. Source: Venturelli Luca / Shutterstock.com As
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To put it bluntly, uncertainty. Uncertainty in 2 areas: strength of the US (and world) economy, and the US-China trade war.  This week the trade war is in focus so let’s look at that. Investors are uncertain about the outcome of the US-China trade war, and they would love to position their portfolios to best
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The Pathway to American Energy Independence.   Source: Shutterstock Although an MLP fund selling most of its MLPs might seem implausible, it represents a growing risk for their holders. MLP-dedicated funds are structured as corporations, which means they pay corporate taxes. They’re unique in this regard; few ETF or mutual fund investors stop to check
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Fidelity Investments has joined its rivals by offering zero-commission online trades, but it’s trying to differentiate itself by not selling the right to execute trades to third-party firms, brokerage executive Kathleen Murphy told CNBC on Friday. “We do not take payment-for-order-flow on equity orders,” said Murphy, president of Fidelity’s personal investing business. “Many competitors do
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In the battle for domination in the graphics niche, the prominent players are Intel (NASDAQ:INTC), Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD), Micron (NASDAQ:MU) and Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA). Investors in AMD stock are betting on a company that’s kept up with the competition through thick and thin, but there’s no room for complacency in the tech war. Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com
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