Stocks to buy

Credit has to be given where it’s due … Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) has largely defined the current era of smart speakers. Although voice-activated assistants have been offered on some smartphones and newer computers, Amazon’s stand alone Echo has raised the bar to an impressively high level. Some Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) investors were expecting Google to take
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Whenever there is a plunge in the markets, consumers generally get more guarded with big-ticket items. And we may be seeing signs of this with Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA). During the fourth quarter, the delivery numbers were worrisome. The result is that Tesla stock has come under some pressure, but it’s quickly rebounding. In fact, the TSLA
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It’s not necessarily a surprise that Dropbox (NASDAQ:DBX) stock has fallen. Dropbox stock is an obvious candidate to be sold amid a tech selloff And, indeed, DBX stock is about 50% below its June highs and touched a post-IPO low in December. But like a number of growth stocks that have sold off, DBX stock
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As we start 2019, we decided to look back and compile the best-performing stocks from 2018. These are the stocks that emerged victorious from a year of extremely volatile trading. However, not all those stocks that crushed 2018 are still worth buying now. Take TripAdvisor (NASDAQ:TRIP) for example. Last year it put on a 54% sprint. But
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The market’s big headline to start 2019 was that tech juggernaut Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) cut its first-quarter guidance because the world’s hottest economy, China, is rapidly slowing. The news chopped off 10% from an already beaten up Apple stock. It also brought the tech-heavy Nasdaq down 2%. That makes sense. A lot of tech stocks have exposure
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After dubiously breaking multi-year records, the markets have just recently started to claw back from the grave. Although the optimism is encouraging, the broader investment sector has significant challenges ahead. Understandably, some view this period with apprehension. However, the adventurous are eyeballing the opportunities in cheap value stocks. In my article regarding money-making strategies in volatile markets,
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U.S. stocks gave back 6.2% in 2018 and finished the year in the red for the first time since 2008. The markets are so volatile that the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost more than 650 points on Dec. 24, generally a quiet day of trading, making it the worst Christmas Eve on record. However, if you’re a glass-half-full kind
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