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The U.S. is set to get a bit more possessive about its own oil, sparking a bidding war with eager buyers in the other side of the world.

Asian refiners from China to Taiwan and Thailand have boosted purchases of American crude in recent months because it was increasingly turning cheap relative to supplies from other parts of the globe. They’re now about to face stiffer competition....More>>>

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When Sony (NYSE:SNE) launched the PlayStation VR, or PSVR, in late 2016, the headset seemed to have a shot at bringing virtual reality to mainstream gamers. The company enjoyed a large customer base with the PS4, the most popular current-gen gaming console, and the PSVR was cheaper than other high-end VR headsets on the market.

In late 2017, Sony revealed that it hadshipped two million PSVRs,....More>>>

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China’s currency is plunging again. But how low will it go?

The yuan weakened almost 1% against the US dollar on Thursday to hit its lowest level in a year. It has now fallen by nearly 8% over the past three months amid a global trade spat and concerns over an economic slowdown in China.

Analysts said the yuan’s latest dip came after China’s central bank indicated....More>>>

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Self-Storage Investment Characteristics

I like self-storage real estate. Not only do these properties achieve strong returns on capital, but they also tend to perform fairly well during market downturns. After all, people need and want to store stuff regardless of the economic conditions. In fact, during a recession, it may be even cheaper to downsize the current large residence for a household....More>>>

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With U.S. oil stockpile inventories at near maximum capacity, one particular subsector of the energy business that looks set to benefit is oil storage. Stockpile inventories have increased over the last several years, driven by record production from shale fields to keep up with demand from a growing economy. Oversupply is a bigger issue in the United States than other countries, with U.S. stockpiles....More>>>

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The NBA’s two biggest superstars will face off in the NBA Finals again. But the pairing of LeBron James and Steph Curry is not the hottest ticket in sports.

That honor goes to the Stanley Cup Final, which pits the Vegas Golden Knights expansion team against the Washington Capitals. Tickets for the final are the most expensive ever recorded, averaging $1,983 for the series, according....More>>>

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Ask 100 investors what their favorite stock is (or maybe their “dream stock”), and there’s a stunningly good chance not one of them will say Sanmina Corp (NASDAQ:SANM). Despite the fact that it’s a $2.1 billion outfit that’s not only been around forever and grown the top and bottom line in most years, it’s just not a riveting stock. Most investors have never even....More>>>

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Three years ago, Alphabet’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google partnered with GoPro (NASDAQ:GPRO) to bring VR videos toYouTube via a platform called Jump. Filmmakers would use the platform to deliver videos from Odyssey, a 16-camera rig co-developed by Google and GoPro, to YouTube.

Many GoPro investors saw the partnership as a catalyst for the company. But GoPro didn’t start....More>>>

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In Roku’s (NASDAQ:ROKU) quarterly letter to shareholders, the company highlights the fact that if it were a multichannel video programming distributor (MVPD), or what most people refer to as a cable company, it would be the third largest in the industry. And with 20.8 million active accounts and rapidly growing, it’s only a matter of time before it surpasses the subscriber count of the....More>>>

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Manufacturing isn’t the only sector that has sent American jobs overseas over the past decade.

It has also been happening in the service sector. US companies have shipped thousands of call center jobs to countries like India and the Philippines, where labor is cheap and English skills are good enough to answer basic questions from halfway around the world.

According to data....More>>>

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While REITs appear to be appropriately valued as a basket, 2018 looks to be an exciting year for selective REIT investment as mispricing is rampant, and there are quite a few REITs that have both cheap valuation and strong fundamentals. Among the handful of REITs with outsized reward to risk, UMH Properties (UMH) stands out as our top pick going into 2018.

The Buy Thesis

UMH is positioned....More>>>

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Here’s what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks during the Mad Money Lightning Round:

American Airlines (AAL) : “I think it’s too cheap. I think they’ll have a good quarter.”

ABB Ltd (ABB) : “I’d rather be with Salesforce.com (CRM) .”

Align Technology (ALGN) : “I have not wavered on this one. I say buy.”

Realty....More>>>

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Bottom line: Tim Cook’s latest China trip and his announcement of a new R&D center in Shenzhen are part of a campaign to boost Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) profile and should help to stabilize its sliding position in the market.

Apple CEO Tim Cook just can’t seem to get enough of China, with word that he’s back in the world’s largest smartphone market just two months....More>>>

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Joydeep Sen

Inthis articlepublished earlier, we discussed that both the markets, equity and debt, look stretched on valuations. At that point of time, the yield on the 10-year government security was approx 6.5% and the overnight interest rate, represented by the RBI repo rate, was 6.25%. The spread was only 25 basis points between overnight and 10-years. This was an anomaly as per the theory....More>>>

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With U.S. oil stockpile inventories at near maximum capacity, one particular subsector of the energy business that looks set to benefit is oil storage. Stockpile inventories have increased over the last several years, driven by record production from shale fields to keep up with demand from a growing economy. Oversupply is a bigger issue in the United States than other countries, with U.S. stockpiles....More>>>