Stocks to buy

Although respected financial analysts consistently steer their clients away from penny stocks, they still attract new recruits. Obviously, the allure of quick riches represents a universal temptation. As well, the boost of adrenaline or other native stimulants that speculative ventures arouse may entice and addict passersby. Call it the horror-film fascination thesis. To be fair,
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Most investors thinking about the fast-growing electrification trend think of electric vehicle (EV) stocks first. Whether it’s Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) or another major player, EV stocks are a go-to for many investors. That said, I would argue battery stocks are perhaps the better way to gain exposure to the electrification trend right now. Battery technology is continuously
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For those seeking fast money stocks, most of 2022 has been a veritable nightmare. With an influx of severe headwinds – particularly soaring inflation and geopolitical flashpoints – the equities sector represented a value trap. Few traders outside of those placing short bets enjoyed the volatility of the year so far. However, with much of the
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As a general rule of thumb, inflationary cycles often drive the bullish case for high-yield dividend stocks to buy. After all, if the Federal Reserve weakens the currency through dovish monetary policies, the return on government-issued bonds diminishes. However, the central bank currently commits to a hawkish strategy, leading to higher yields on bonds. Despite
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With global recession fears rising, investors naturally find themselves scrambling for boring, dependable ideas but sin stocks may offer a potentially superior (and more exciting) alternative. To be fair, these ideas may challenge your sensibilities. Please do not mistake these companies as environmental, social and governance (ESG) trades. However, during hard times, few fundamental catalysts
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Large-cap stocks are always great to have in a portfolio. These companies are some of the biggest and best-known stocks in the market. That makes finding the best large-cap stocks a worthy exercise. Of course, in this market, it can be a challenge to identify the best large-cap stocks. With the Dow Jones Industrial Average
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The stock market is on a long-term downtrend as interest rates rise and inflation remains high despite a slight cool-off. Many retirement portfolios that invest in indexes such as S&P500 are down at least 17% year-to-date. That is even more awful when you add inflation to the equation. Of course, no stock is immune to
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With macroeconomic pressures weighing heavily on market sentiment, investors should play it (relatively) safe with utility stocks to buy. Fundamentally, these energy and resource service providers represent an indelible demand structure. No matter how advanced we become as a society, humans have basic needs that must be fulfilled. Moreover, utility stocks to buy essentially tie
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Hydrogen stocks could be some of the most explosive investments of 2023. Goldman Sachs says the hydrogen space could be a $12 trillion market by 2030. Analysts at Bank of America say green hydrogen could be worth more than $11 trillion by 2050. Morgan Stanley sees a potential $11 trillion hydrogen opportunity, too. Even the International
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The year has been disappointing for growth stocks after big returns in 2021. It does not come as a surprise with earnings growth expectations being revised. Inflationary pressure also added to the woes, with policymakers pursuing an aggressive contractionary monetary policy. However, growth stocks have discounted multiple macroeconomic headwinds. After a deep correction, growth stocks
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