Monthly Archives: February 2017

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A late day bounce reduced that the damage, but markets still got beaten up again leaving some strategists scratching their heads.


The S&P 500 fell 1.2% to 1,829.08, its fifth consecutive loss, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 254.56 points, or 1.6%, to 15,660.18. The Nasdaq Composite finished off 0.4% at 4,266.84. The Dow Industrials....More>>>

3 Reasons To Buy Broadcom: Growth, Value And Prospects

For the first time since I started investing, I have added a stock to my portfolio which is at its all-time high: Broadcom (NASDAQ:AVGO).

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Broadcom has got some safety issues, but I think they are controllable at the moment. The main reason I have added it to my portfolio is because it is a great combination of a value stock and a growth stock.....More>>>

Top 5 Clean Energy Stocks To Buy Right Now

Boeing (BA) announced plans to reduce the number of people it employs by 4,000 by June. Deutsche Bank’s Myles Walton explains why that’s good news for Boeing stock:

A Boeing 737 MAX on the assembly line Ted S. Warren/Associated Press

The Seattle Times is reporting employee reductions at BCA with an internal target of 4,000 fewer employees by June at BCA. The mechanism....More>>>

Why S&P Raised Rating on Petrobras and Still Stays Cautious on the Company

Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s on Friday raised its corporate credit rating on Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. (NYSE: PBR), commonly known as Petrobras, one notch, from B+ to BB-. The rating change does not lift Petrobras out of the non-investment grade category, but it lowers the risk from “highly speculative” to “speculative.”

An investigation....More>>>

2016 a ‘Breakout Year’ for Sub-Acquisitions for RIAs: Dave DeVoe

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15 Best States for Retirement: 2017

When it comes to mergers and acquisitions of RIAs, much attention has rightly been given to “rollup” or consolidator firms like Focus Financial, United Capital and Dynasty. But the latest data published....More>>>