Stocks to buy

At the beginning of 2019, Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) stock was trading at $130. Amidst volatility, Alibaba stock is higher by 33.5% and currently trades $173.50. Source: Shutterstock Even after a significant rally, I believe that there is more upside for BABA in the coming quarters. Even if China’s slowdown factor is discounted, Alibaba is likely to
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Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) stock has been red-hot, hitting new 52-week highs earlier this month. When it comes to returns, AMD stock is crushing its peers like Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC). Source: Shutterstock Even better, InvestorPlace readers who followed my advice have been crushing the trade too, riding the surge from about $30 to
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Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE:CMG) reports its Q2 2019 earnings July 23 after the markets close. Regardless of what it says about the top- and bottom-line, I’m wondering if the company’s second-largest shareholder is going to hang around to see where Chipotle stock goes next.  Source: Shutterstock Bill Ackman’s Pershing Capital Management owns 6.4% of CMG
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As one of the world’s premiere chipmakers, Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) naturally attracts significant attention from market participants. However, this period draws more eyeballs than usual. Source: Shutterstock It’s not only about the company’s upcoming second quarter of 2019 earnings report. Rather, it’s whether the semiconductor firm has finally addressed its challenges to justify taking a shot
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Stocks are hitting record highs right now. All three major indexes surged last week thanks to strong rate cut signals from Fed Chair Jerome Powell. For example, the S&P 500 closed on Friday above $3,000 for the first time. Meanwhile the Dow Jones Industrial Average also enjoyed its first close above $27,000 on Thursday, and
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Shares of global payments giant Visa (NYSE:V) have been on fire in 2019, rising 35% through the first six months of 2019 to fresh all-time highs. The catalyst? Broadly favorable macroeconomic and market conditions, which have simultaneously supported continued healthy consumer spending trends and a richer valuation for Visa. Source: Shutterstock In the long run, Visa
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U.S. equities continue to show an upward bias on Monday, with the S&P 500 holding above the 3,000 level while the Dow Jones Industrial Average remains north of the 27,000 level. Impressive gains all around as Wall Street continues to look past things like uneven economic data and an inverted yield curve to focus instead
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Shares of Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) have roared higher in 2019, rising nearly 40% year-to-date. Essentially, favorable market and economic conditions have converged on continued strong subscriber growth numbers for the streaming platform. Also, there’s reason to believe that this big 2019 rally in NFLX stock will kick into higher gear this summer. Source: Shutterstock Specifically, three
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Target (NYSE:TGT) shares have been on fire in 2019. Shares in the retailer are up 35% year-to-date, from about $66 in January to approximately $87 today. While the stock continues to trade a lower valuation than its peers, investors have more confidence in its future prospects. Source: Shutterstock Regarding the future, Target faces many headwinds.
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This year has been an interesting one in the markets. Growth has been generous in different sectors, bonds have rallied along with stocks, and tech and income stocks have both been rallying. Throughout it all, investors are rooting for the Federal Reserve to lower interest rates, which would be a sign of a slowing economy.
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Square (NYSE:SQ) stock has made significant progress in terms of business growth (both organic and inorganic) in the last 12-months. Source: Shutterstock However, SQ stock has been largely sideways for an extended period. SQ Stock is currently trading at the same levels as it was towards the end of August 2018. I believe that the
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Arch Capital Group (NASDAQ:ACGL) is a global insurer and reinsurer that formed just after the dotcom bubble in 2001. ACGL had nothing to do with the dotcom crash. As an insurer, it was more in the line of fire when the insurance industry, especially reinsurers, got hammered in 2008. And if you look at the
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