Stocks to buy

Pepsi (NASDAQ:PEP) has been a consistent performer for many years, with a brand name that is instantly recognizable around the world. In a marketplace that is trending toward healthier food and beverage choices, will Pepsi stock continue to satisfy its investors? The company’s most recent quarterly report gave no sign of the company slowing down.
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If you did any amount of discretionary shopping in recent years, chances are, you did it through Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN). The e-commerce giant has single-handedly sparked a paradigm shift in the consumer market, in turn, it has sunk multiple retail stocks. So dominant is the company that market observers have coined the term “Amazon effect.” The
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There were many positive aspects to General Electric’s (NYSE: GE) second quarter results, reported on July 20, and GE stock continues to have multiple, positive, strong longer-term catalysts. Investors should definitely buy GE stock. Power Business Showing Green Shoots The company’s struggling Power business, its largest unit by revenue, beat expectations in the second quarter
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It’s been another standout year for Micron (NASDAQ:MU) stock, with the shares up about 30%. On a relative basis, the performance has beat companies like Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA), Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and even Facebook (NASDAQ:FB). Yet, lately, MU stock has been coming under some pressure. Since early June, the shares have gone from $62.60 to $52.63. Now,
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There is a lot of noise in the stock market when hunting for stocks to buy. Every day, discrete events send stocks up and down. These discrete events can be company-specific, like earnings reports, murmurs about mergers and acquisitions, analyst upgrades and downgrades, or investor presentations. They can also be macro-related, including economic data or
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In early February, the stock market was in sell-off mode because inflation and rate hikes were pushing up fixed income yields, which was increasing borrowing costs and pressuring equity valuations. But, after analyzing the long-term relationship between equity yields and Treasury yields, I discovered that, because of presently robust economic strength and tax cuts, Treasury
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Since naming Satya Nadella as its CEO in 2014, Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has gone from being among the weakest big techs to the strongest of the Cloud Czars. If Americans slow their purchasing, Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) might fall. If they prefer Android phones, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) could fall. Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) rely on advertising to pay
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It’s important not to confuse Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) with Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX). The seemingly unstoppable tech darling reported disappointing second quarter numbers, stock dropped roughly 10% and brought the other FANG companies with them. As of this writing, Amazon stock is down just under a percent. But here’s the thing: besides being lumped into the same acronym and both
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In mid-June, Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) was making new all-time highs above $210 as investors were focused on the company’s hyper-growth prospects through the booming Southeast Asian consumer markets. But then escalating trade tensions stung the stock. Investors stopped focusing on big growth in under-penetrated Southeast Asia. Instead, they focused on what tariffs could mean for BABA
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