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Apple, JPMorgan Boost DJIA on Monday

June 19, 2017: Markets opened higher Monday as tech and healthcare stocks carry the day. Th energy, telecom, and utilities lagged on Monday. No significant economic news was released today nor is any expected until Wednesday’s reports on existing homes and crude oil inventories. WTI crude oil for July delivery settled at $44.20 a barrel, down 1.2% for the day. August gold dropped....More>>>

Goldman Sachs, Wal-Mart Weigh on DJIA Thursday

June 22, 2017: Markets opened slightly higher again Thursday, with all three major indexes turning positive after a short visit into the red and then remaining positive for the rest of the session before dipping to the break-even line again shortly before the close. Healthcare was the best-performing sector, likely due to the Senate Republicans’ version of a bill to replace the Affordable....More>>>

Don’t Let These Three Lousy Pennies Cost you $1.13 Million


William Patalon III

I’m going to start our talk today by committing financial blasphemy.

And I’m doing so with real glee.

You see, Chinse web giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE: BABA) on Thursday said that that it beat first-quarter revenue estimates – but fell short on earnings.

I don’t care.

I know there are Wall....More>>>

Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Bolster DJIA on Tuesday

May 23, 2017: Markets opened higher again Tuesday but have not moved much higher as the session went on. The blue chips performed best with particular strength in financials. Tech stocks and consumer discretionaries are on track for a down finish. WTI crude oil for July delivery settled at $51.47 a barrel, up 0.7%. June gold dipped 0.5% for the day to settle at $1,255.60. Equities were....More>>>

The 7 Best Stocks to Buy for an Income-Rich Retirement

Portfolio manager Ned Davis studied the returns of S&P 500 stocks from 1972 to 2004. His goal? To figure out what the best stocks to buy were over this 33-year period.

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Davis concluded that if you bought dividend stocks whose companies grew the dividends paid to shareholders over the 33 years, you’d have achieved an annual return of 10.6%,....More>>>