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7 Dividend Growth Stocks Worth Owning

Do you invest in dividend growth stocks? If you don’t, you ought to consider doing so. These dividend stocks to buy could be your ticket to a better retirement.

Many dividend investors get caught up focusing on yield when the growth is what’s truly important. By utilizing the power of compound interest, investors can achieve higher returns by merely owning the stocks of companies....More>>>

Top 10 Cheap Stocks For 2018

Becton Dickinson (BDX) tumbled to the bottom of the S&P 500 today after agreeing to pay $24 billion for C.R. Bard (BCR).

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Becton Dickinsondropped 4.4% to $177.07, while the S&P 500 rose 1.1% to 2,374.15. C.R. Bard jumped 20% to $302.41, making it the best performing stock in the S&P 500.

Leerink’sRichard Newitter andRavi Misra....More>>>

Visa, McDonald’s Buoy DJIA on Wednesday

December 27, 2017: Markets opened slightly higher Wednesday and all three major indexes traded in a narrow band not too far from the opening line. Among the S&P sectors, counter-cyclicals posted small gains while energy and telecom were the biggest daily losers. WTI crude oil for February delivery settled at $59.34 a barrel, down 0.6% for the day, partly due to news that the North Sea Forties....More>>>

Top 10 Cheap Stocks To Invest In Right Now

The reaction from many first-time traders when they hear the words “penny stocks” is usually either one of two things: either enthusiasm that they’ll catch “the next big thing,” or a wave of anxiety about getting anywhere close to such risky investments. After all, they’re cheap for a reason, right?

Both of those impression aren’t entirely unfounded.....More>>>

Top Cheap Stocks To Own Right Now

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Your emergency fund can help you cover the cost of lifes unpleasant surprises like medical bills, car repairs or even job loss. Without one, these unfortunate situations could be even worse, as you could face some tough decisions when things dont go according to plan.

Do you turn to credit card debt that carries a high interest? Do you dip into your 401(k)?....More>>>