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Picking the right stocks to invest in is half the battle, knowing when to exit is the other half. Shooting for the moon is fine in Vegas, but on Wall Street, only the smart profit.
Dividend stocks reward long-term investors, but pick carefully. I like Cisco and Fifth Street.
The stock decline by the specialty retailer after reporting first-quarter earnings is a typical overreaction and the stock is a buy.
Businesses must adjust their model to match what the consumer wants. If a country implements a minimum wage, production will move and/or consumer demand will fall.
This is not where you want to place your money.
Dividend stocks are the key to long-term portfolio growth, Make sure to get your share.
Tesla remains over-valued and the shares will likely reach $100 before finding support.
Buying strength and moving with the trend instead of against it is a proven profit method.
Your portfolio wants to make money more than it wants the latest technology 'flavor of the day' stock.
Buying company after company is a waste of money until Yahoo! can get its own house in order.