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Popular Posts: 10 Best “Strong Buy” Stocks QIHU POWR UA and more7 Biotechnology Stocks to Buy NowBiggest Movers in Healthcare Stocks Now – EXAS CLDX CLVS HSP Recent Posts: Biggest Movers in Consumer Noncyclical Stocks Now – CALM BDBD PPC LO Biggest Movers in Transportation Stocks Now – SWFT NM KNX HTLD Hottest Capital Goods Stocks Now – SLCA CMI HEI.A FLR View All Posts This week, the ratings of three household products stocks on Portfolio Grader are down. Each of these rates a “D” (“sell”) or “F” overall (“strong sell”). 5 Best Biotech Stocks To Invest In 2015: Sucampo Pharmaceuticals Inc (SCMP) Sucampo Pharmaceuticals, Inc., incorporated on December 9, 2008, is a global biopharmaceutical company focused on research, discovery, development and commercialization of drugs based on ion channel activators known as prostones. The Companys prostone-based compounds target the ClC-2 and big potassium (BK), ion channels. It is focused on … Continue reading

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For MetLife (NYSE: MET  ) , the financial crisis was the ultimate exercise in risk management, as just about every possible thing that could go wrong for the industry did go wrong. Yet in the years since the crisis, Metlife stock has recovered much of its losses from the financial crisis, and the company appears poised to continue its recovery efforts well into the future. Let’s take a look at what hit MetLife stock so hard and how the insurance giant bounced back. The importance of insurance When the financial crisis hit, banking stocks got the bulk of attention from investors and the general public, as the direct impact of the crisis on their core operations was a lot clearer. AIG (NYSE: AIG  ) was the primary exception, as its systemically important role as a derivatives counterparty brought the financial system to the brink of collapse and necessitated the biggest government bailout … Continue reading

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I’m a contrarian value investor at heart and I love trolling the bargain bins; my curiosity is more aroused by the stock that plunges 50% than the one that surges 50%, explains Steve Mauzy, editor of Daily Profit. That said, I troll carefully. Some sectors tend to produce damaged goods that are even too dinged and dented for my liking. Through experience, I’ve learned to avoid betting on a turnaround in an airline (most of the major airlines have been bankrupt at least once), a sit-down casual restaurant, a niche software developer. Once dinged and dented, no amount of putty and burnishing restores the luster. I also generally avoid retail turnarounds. I’ve been asked a few times for my opinion on J.C. Penney (JCP) and Sears Holdings (SHLD). I understand a contrarian’s interest. J.C. Penney’s share price is down 85% in the past two years; Sears’ share price is down … Continue reading

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Popular Posts: 5 Dividend Stocks Perfect for New Money3 ‘Big Bang’ Income StocksMSFT, MCD Deliver: 17 Companies Increasing Dividends Recent Posts: 3 ‘Big Bang’ Income Stocks 3 Stocks That Aren’t ‘Royalty,’ But Still Rule MSFT, MCD Deliver: 17 Companies Increasing Dividends View All Posts I’m all for buying “blue chip” stocks for the long-term. Hey, what long-term investor isn’t? 5 Best Blue Chip Stocks For 2015: Apple Inc.(AAPL) Apple Inc., together with subsidiaries, designs, manufactures, and markets personal computers, mobile communication and media devices, and portable digital music players, as well as sells related software, services, peripherals, networking solutions, and third-party digital content and applications worldwide. The company sells its products worldwide through its online stores, retail stores, direct sales force, third-party wholesalers, resellers, and value-added resellers. In addition, it sells third-party Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod compatible products, including application software, printers, storage devices, speakers, headphones, and other accessories … Continue reading

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The fourth largest telecom Uncarrier in United States, T-Mobile (TMUS) is looking to recreate some fond memories. Two years ago AT&T had tried to acquire T-Mobile, but failed and ended up paying a fortune as breakup fee.Now, Sprint too could be following its footsteps. Sweet Breakup Two years back, AT&Ts (T) $39 Billion bid to acquire T-Mobile fizzled out as it did not get regulatory approvals. While it was a setback for AT&T, T-Mobile walked out with $3 Billion in cash, in conjunction with the mutually agreed sum as a Breakup fee. That helped T-Mobile expand its spectrum, and enabled it to take the fight to AT&T and Verizon, (VZ) shattering to a large extent the high margins that bigger players enjoyed thus far in the telecom space. This time around, that experience seems to have helped T-Mobile, who is now looking to secure their position no matter what the … Continue reading