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Top 5 Value Stocks To Watch Right Now

Under Armour (NYSE:UA) (NYSE:UAA) has often been called the “next Nike (NYSE:NKE).” For the better part of a decade, that moniker rang true — it posted double-digit sales growth every year since its IPO in 2005 and quickly became a Wall Street darling.

But over the past three years, shares of Under Armour have lost more than half their value, while shares of Nike rallied....More>>>

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Maybe the election is over and maybe we all have to get back to work. What is not over is that the current Powerball jackpot has reached a massive $320 million. Maybe this is a lower amount at $202 million for the cash value lump-sum payment, but either way it is empire making money that can create multi-generational wealth.

With the drawing set for Saturday, November 19, the reality is that....More>>>

Top 10 Casino Stocks To Watch Right Now

When casino gambling is legalized in Japan, we’re going to see an all-out spending war among resort operators because it could become the world’s most lucrative market. And because of the potential Japan offers casino operators, the feeding frenzy they promise could also make it the most expensive gambling market in the world.

How much is too much?

The big casinos certainly....More>>>

Top Value Stocks To Buy For 2018

Purchase Price1: $20.24 (12/28/2016) Market Capitalization: $1.68 Billion Price Target: $30.36 Enterprise Value: $2.02 Billion Upside: 50% EV/EBITDA: 6.7 Click to enlarge

Syntel Inc. (NASDAQ:SYNT) provides information technology and knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) services. Syntel provides its services to the banking and financial services, healthcare and life sciences,....More>>>

Top 5 Clean Energy Stocks To Buy Right Now

Investors are pouring money into index funds. According to the Wall Street Journal, index funds received a record $400 billion-plus in new assets in 2016. Almost all index funds simply own stocks in proportion to their size. Is there a better way?

Investing in a market capitalization-based index is perfectly reasonable, but it means that a small number of stocks with the highest market capitalization....More>>>