Stocks to buy

Whether we’re talking about Disney’s (NYSE:DIS) ability to keep up with Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) when it comes to video streaming or ESPN’s ability to remain relevant with cord-cutters, there’s one metric that makes Disney stock attractive. Can you guess what that is? Three words. Free. Cash. Flow. Disney announced on Nov. 28 that it was increasing
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Year-over-year revenue growth stalled for Fitbit, Inc. (NYSE: FIT) in the third quarter, which is not a bad thing for Fitbit stock or the company. The wearables devices supplier is starting to find its footing as it seeks to advance its goal of making everyone in the world healthier. Fitbit has a number of important
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Crude oil prices have been getting crushed over the past few months. The decline in oil makes the stock market’s run look pretty good, with crude falling almost 35% from peak to trough after coming into October near its highs. That of course has weighed on oil stocks as well. But just like tech stocks
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There’s no shortage of “buy the dip” candidates among semiconductor stocks. Equipment manufacturer Applied Materials (NASDAQ:AMAT) is one of them. AMAT stock has pulled back over 40% from its early-year highs, and Applied Materials stock now trades at a seemingly reasonable forward price- earnings multiple of eight. But AMAT isn’t a stock investors should buy
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With multiple domestic and geopolitical flashpoints raging, it’s no secret that the markets have had trouble generating traction. In fact, according to CNBC, the only S&P 500 sector to ring positive on a 52-week intraday high basis are utility stocks. So why the sudden interest in this typically under-the-radar segment? Primarily, investors are worried about
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