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Top 10 Heal Care Stocks To Buy For 2018

The rootin-tootin rally for stocks is not letting up so far in the new year. But the buzz about the market looking overheated hasnt gone away either.

And so the hunt for other promising investments continues as well.

Take a look at commodities, suggests Josh The Reformed Broker Brown, for our call of the day.

Crude oil, metals, wheat and the like are worth checking out, in....More>>>

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Gold’s price slide of the last month is no coincidence. Rather it is the direct result of the sharp appreciation of the U.S. dollar. As the greenback has swiftly appreciated in its relative value, the price of gold has decreased in dollar terms.

In my view, the most important factor in determining the price of gold is the value of the U.S. dollar, at least for Americans if not for the....More>>>

Top Bank Stocks To Buy For 2017

"They're going broke, boys. Their stock is going to flatline. And I'm going to make a killing when it does."   In his book Dead Companies Walking, successful money manager Scott Fearon recalls the above comment from Gary Smith some 25 years ago as being a "seminal" event for his career.   It was a conversation that set Fearon on an unexpected new course. In....More>>>

Top 10 Clean Energy Stocks To Own For 2017

Since its IPO in March 2014, 2U (NASDAQ:TWOU) stock is up over 160% as the company forges partnerships with famous schools, including Georgetown, Yale, Berkeley, and New York University.

Last week, Supernova analyst David Kretzmann spent time with company co-founder and CEO Chip Paucek at CES 2017. Tune in to learn more about 2U’s unique business, Paucek’s vision for the company,....More>>>

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Prior to the recent elections, most investors were avoiding biotech stocks like the plague. Subsequent to the elections, biotech stocks streamed upwards. The NASDAQ Biotech Index rose 11%, while the S&P Biotech Index went up 18%.

Analysts believe the upward trend represents a collective sigh of relief on the part of the healthcare industry, which was concerned about extensive drug legislation....More>>>