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3 Top Stocks Not on Wall Street’s Radar

Buying and holding high-quality stocks is arguably the best way to predictably generate wealth over the long term. But finding the best stocks the world has to offer isn’t always easy — especially if their underlying businesses are not widely followed on Wall Street. So we asked three Motley Fool contributors to each identify a promising stock […]

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  • 3 Top Mid-Cap Stocks to Buy in November

    The beauty of investing in mid-cap stocks is that you get a business of sufficient size, strength, and stability that has proved its business model, a hallmark of its large-cap brethren, but you also get a better growth component, something that tempts more investors to look into arguably riskier small-cap stocks. With this perfect blend […]

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  • 3 Top Large-Cap Stocks to Buy Right Now

    Individual investors were jolted by the sudden reappearance of market volatility in October. Given a range of issues spanning natural gas availability heading into winter, oil sanctions on Iran, and an escalating trade war with China, it’s possible that increased volatility is here to stay — in the short term, at least. That may make […]

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  • 3 Growth Stocks That Are More Trick Than Treat

    Today may be a day known for ghouls and goblins, but it’s been a downright frightening month for the stock market as a whole. So far this month, the broad-based S&P 500 and tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite have dipped into correction territory. More importantly, we could be witnessing the beginning of a shift from growth stock investing to value stocks. After all, we’re nearing the 10th year of this economic expansion, and no matter what the Federal Reserve or U.S. government does, nothing can prevent an eventual economic contraction or recession. Meanwhile, some previously popular growth stocks may soon find themselves looking rather ghoulish. In the spirit of Halloween, consider the following 3 growth stocks more trick than treat…

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  • 3 Stocks the World’s Best Investors Are Buying Right Now

    On the surface, there’s little that connects software-as-a-service-company Appian Corporation (NASDAQ:APPN), marijuana grower and seller Green Thumb Industries Inc. (NASDAQOTH:GTBIF), and uranium miner Cameco Corporation (NYSE:CCJ). Except that some of the world’s best investors have stepped in to buy their stocks. That makes now a very good time to get to know this trio of companies, before the rest of Wall Street catches up to the smart money.

    A low-code app maker being gobbled up
    Brian Stoffel (Appian Corporation): Abdiel Capital isn’t a household name. The investment firm was founded by Colin Moran in 2006 after stints at Goldman Sachs and Chieftain Capital. Over the past year, the fund has returned…

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  • 3 Top Mid-Cap Stocks to Buy Right Now

    Megacompanies valued in the hundreds of billions of dollars get most of the attention from investors. But there are plenty of opportunities among smaller, mid-cap companies worth between $2 billion and $10 billion. According to three of our Motley Fool contributors, First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR), Oaktree Capital (NYSE:OAK), and Goldcorp (NYSE:GG) top the list. Here’s what you need to know about these three […]

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  • These 3 Stocks Might Not Survive in 2019

    2018 was a lackluster year for stocks due to escalating fears about trade wars and rising interest rates. However, investors should think in terms of decades instead of single quarters or years, and realize that businesses with solid fundamentals usually outperform other types of investments over the long term.

    But this doesn’t mean investors should assume companies with deteriorating fundamentals will rebound. Let’s examine three companies with damaged business models, and why their stocks could struggle to survive in 2019…

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  • Stock Market News: This Cybersecurity Firm is on Fire

    A few years back, cybersecurity stocks were hot — expected to enjoy massive growth in both earnings and its share price. But somewhere between 2015 and 2016, things seemed to fizzle out, as the stocks never lived up to the hype. Presently, in the wake of election meddling, fake news and an increasing number of data breaches, these firms are seeing a boom in demand for…

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