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Best Bank Stocks To Watch For 2018

The federal government and Wall Street are at it again, scratching each other’s backs at your expense…

They did it in 1999, when the government repealed Glass-Steagall – and opened the door leading to the Financial Crisis.

They did it in September 2008, when the Treasury Department loaned Wall Street banks $700 billion of U.S. taxpayer money to bail them out....More>>>

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I don’t recall being more stunned by a major move of a company I owned than I was by Cincinnati Bell’s (CBB) announcement Monday morning that it was acquiring two companies for a total of about $850 million. The bull case for CBB was predicated mostly on a deleveraging/cash-flow-compounding scenario, particularly with capex spend on the company’s fiber-optic network in the Cincinnati....More>>>

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NVIDIACorp products in modern vehicles will drive NVDA stock price higher.

The automobile market has become an important market for Santa Clara, California basedNVIDIA Corporation (NSDQ:NVDA)products starting from multi-media touch screen displays which use intelligent augmented reality technology and ending in autonomous vehicles technology.

On January 14, the North American International....More>>>

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ABR Investment Strategy’s Bradley Gastwirth argues that even the most bullish analysts will have to raise their estimates if Tesla Motors (TSLA) gets anywhere near its new production targets:

A Tesla Motors Model 3 Reuters

The biggest questions on investors minds:
-Will the company achieve these ambitious targets? Our view: It is certainly more important to have demand....More>>>

Top 10 Undervalued Stocks For 2017

Financier George Soros looks on during a session at the World Economic Forum annual meeting on January 27, 2011 in Davos. (Photo credit: FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images)

George Soros. Carl Icahn. Dan Loeb. Steve Cohen. Stan Druckenmiller.

Titans of the hedge fund investment world.

Soros brought down the Bank of England. Icahn won big on Herbalife. Dan Loeb forced change at....More>>>