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Stocks for the Week
Savvy investors rely on Stocks for the Week to build wealth by discovering undervalued stocks.
Savvy investors rely on Stocks for the Week to build wealth by discovering undervalued stocks.
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We're in the running for the +Benzinga #Fintech awards and we need your votes! Please click over and give us a "like" so we make it to the next round. 

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Great read on the Atlantic about keeping on steady during the current stock market shakiness.
"The truth is that the same boring index funds that made sense last month, last year, and five years ago still make sense today."

#investing   #stocks  

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"The truth is that the same boring index funds that made sense last month, last year, and five years ago still make sense today."

#investing   #stocks  

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Another day, another lesson in the power of compound interest. #Trump
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One of the things that many people overlook as they save for retirement is the importance of including stocks in the portfolio. Including stocks can have a remarkable effect on your long-term goals, and this great piece on Personal Dividends​ illustrates the potential portfolio differences. It's big.

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We have just under 7 weeks left in the year, and before the holiday rush hits, now is a good time for a quick check-in about what’s happened for you this year regarding your saving and investing habits. If you have an ‘finance date‘ coming up, this is a great agenda to add to your conversation. 

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We have just under six weeks left in the year, and before the holiday rush hits, now is a good time for a quick check-in about what’s happened for you this year regarding your saving and investing habits. If you have an ‘finance date‘ coming up, this is a great agenda to add to your conversation.

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If you’re reading most any financial literature, you’ll no doubt come across the terms “bear” markets and “bull” markets. Let's take a look at those terms you are hearing on the evening news and look at how they affect your investments.

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"In the past six months, IBM has returned $4.7 billion to shareholders. The company is offering a healthy dividend yield of 3.01% and its dividends are completely safe. In the second quarter, IBM generated free cash flow of $3.4 billion when its dividend payments stood around $1.2B."

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Converse will be using #Nike technology from running and basketball shoes after more than $2 billion in sales.
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