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By Dan Ferris, editor, The 12% Letter
This spring, a reader wrote to me with a complaint…
He was irritated with my coverage of “World Dominating Dividend Grower”stocks (WDDGs).
These stocks are too “boring,” he said. Why pay to hear how these companies continue to do the same darn thing day in and day out?
If you’re a regular …Read more »
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By Louis Basenese (Wall Street Daily | Original Link)
It’s Friday in the Wall Street Daily Nation!
That means the longwinded analysis is out. (Hallelujah!) And some carefully selected charts are in. (Amen!)
So without further ado, check out …Read more »
By Lee Lowell (InvestmentU | Original Link)
Let’s say you’ve been interested in buying Microsoft stock and you feel $20 is a good price to pick up some shares. It currently trades at $23.50 per share, so you’ll need it to fall in price a bit before getting filled on the trade.
Most stock traders would just put in a …Read more »
By Chuck Carnevale
I’m inspired to write this article because I am so frustrated by the plethora of all the so-called expert market prognosticators that continuously bombard the public with negative forecasts. I consider this to be both erroneous and irrational. When the markets are doing well, we are immediately inundated with articles talking about how the market has surely …Read more »
8 Traits of Successful Franchisees
Many people believe franchise ownership is for the classic entrepreneur – the type A personality with the desire to blaze new trails in the business world. The truth is actually quite different.
Franchising is all …Read more »
5 Strategies to Pay Down Credit Card Debt
As tax season disappears in the rear view mirror, one subject that seems to get a lot of attention around this time is credit card debt. If you’re one of the many Americans with …Read more »
By Frank Curzio, editor, Phase 1 Investor
GlaxoSmithKline has a major problem.
The British pharmaceutical giant is struggling to grow sales. In fact, it looks like revenue will only increase about 4% annually over the next two years. That’s an incredibly slow rate for a company trading at 13 times next year’s earnings.
Its growth is slowing because some of …Read more »
For today’s article I will be focusing on a stock that has broken out to a 52-week high. As a reminder, when it comes to a stock hitting a 52-week high, I prefer to look for ones hitting a “NEW” high. To me, his would be a stock that hasn’t hit a new 52-week high in quite some time. In …Read more »