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Best High Tech Stocks To Invest In 2017

When the time comes to retire, you’ll need to find an income source to replace your salary. Unless you live an extraordinarily frugal lifestyle, Social Security benefits alone won’t cut it (although they will definitely help). Arranging for one or (preferably) more of the following options can ensure you enjoy a long and well-funded retirement, but note that some of these investments....More>>>

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Donald Trump won the presidency because he was able to tap into the “ugly mood” of the American electorate.

That’s according to Niall Ferguson, a prominent historian who quit the U.K. nearly five years ago in search a higher intellectual quality of life in the United States.

“[Trump] has personified a great many feelings of resentment against the status....More>>>

Best Medical Stocks To Own For 2017

Congress has another reason not to roll back Obamacare too quickly: New research suggests that repealing two major provisions of Obamacare without replacing them right away could cost the nation 3 million jobs and trigger negative economic impacts that would extend far beyond the health care industry.

The report was released Thursday by the Commonwealth Fund and George Washington University’s....More>>>

Top 10 Bank Stocks To Invest In Right Now

Today, ourunder the Radar Moversnewsletter suggestedshorting small cap Northern Virginia based bank holding stock Access National Corporation (NASDAQ: ANCX):

Access National has been on our bearish watchlist for a while now; we became interested in early December in the shadow of on overbaked runup. We were waiting for ANCX shares to pull under the 20-day moving average line (blue), which....More>>>

Top Low Price Stocks To Own Right Now

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Sears Holding Corp. (Nasdaq: SHLD) announced a $900 million deal to sell its iconic Craftsman brand to rival tool maker Stanley Black & Decker earlier this week, leading many investors to wonder if it’s time to pony up for a rebound or just hang on.

Neither.

Sears is still the most dangerous stock on Wall Street, and if you own it, you’re....More>>>