The markets have finally appeared to reassert themselves after suffering several months of wild choppiness. But even with this newfound bullishness, I’m angling for dividend stocks to buy. These aren’t merely empty words, as I’ll demonstrate later in this article. This summer, my InvestorPlace colleague Vince Martin wrote an excellent piece detailing the nitty-gritty of
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U.S. stock futures are rising sharply this morning. Wall Street is looking to rebound from last week’s losses. Stocks are rallying despite hawkish trade war rhetoric from President Donald Trump on China over the weekend. The president said that his promised $200 billion in tariffs could hit “very soon” and that he had “another $267
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Tesla‘s now former chief accounting officer Dave Morton quit the company after concluding CEO Elon Musk wasn’t interested in accounting details around a potential take-private transaction, according to a person familiar with the matter who has spoken to Morton in recent days. Morton resigned September 4, according to a company filing released on Friday. Morton
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Piper Jaffray is optimistic over Apple’s upcoming lineup of iPhones. The firm reiterated its overweight rating for Apple shares, predicting the smartphone maker will sell more iPhones in its next fiscal year than the Street currently expects. Apple is widely-expected to announce new iPhones of varying sizes on Sept. 12. A broader spectrum of choices
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer couldn’t resist patting himself on the back for his prediction that if Friday’s job results were strong, they would embolden President Donald Trump to intensify his administration’s trade war with China. Sure enough, the better than expected jobs report was followed by another warning from Trump to China. The president told reporters
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If history is repeated, there could be some disappointment with the August employment report, even though hiring appears to be strong and the job market solid. Economists expect 191,000 nonfarm payrolls were added in August, following 157,000 in July, according to Thomson Reuters. The unemployment rate should dip to 3.8 percent form 3.9 percent, and
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Ten years after a U.S. financial crisis debilitated world markets, financial services and ratings conglomerate S&P Global is putting processes in place to prevent it from happening again, President and CEO Douglas Peterson told CNBC on Friday. “One thing that’s interesting that we’ve added in from those days is ways to connect the dots,” Peterson
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