Monthly Archives: April 2017

Best Biotech Stocks To Buy For 2017

My clear choice for a Top Pick for income investing is a closed-end fund that invests in a variety of both public and private companies doing work in the life sciences sector, asserts Nate Pile, editor of Nate’s Notes.

Tekla Life Sciences Investors (HQL) represents an outstanding way for investors who want to be involved in biotech, but don’t like the high levels of stress....More>>>

10 Retailers That Control America’s Gasoline Sales

There are approximately 105,500 gas stations in America. Yet just10 companies have a hammerlock on the industry. They own over half the stations in country. Seven are branded by large oil companies, although in many cases, they do not own the businesses or their locations.

According to industry publication CSP Daily, this is the breakout:

Rank Brand Station count Market share 1. Shell 13,727 13.04% 2. Exxon 5,800 6.11% 3. Chevron 6,075 5.89% 4. Speedway 2,664 5.52% 5. BP 6,653 5.50% 6. Circle....More>>>

Heartfelt Success

Ventripoint Diagnostics Ltd. (OTCMKTS:VPTDF) currently trades as a Pink Sheet stock on the US OTC Market in addition to its listing on the Venture Exchange of the Toronto Stock Exchange (CVE:VPT.V). The American medical device developer and manufacturer was founded in Seattle in 2005 where it is still headquartered.

Ventripoint is the producer of the VMS and big brother VMS-PLUS,....More>>>

penny stocks to watch

Yesterday (Tuesday), UK Prime Minister Theresa May announced that she would ask the House of Commons to approve snap elections.

Today, they voted 522 to 13 in favor of holding the snap elections on June 8. That has many asking, “What are snap elections?”

Snap elections are elections where the date is moved up, usually to decide a pressing issue or to capitalize on....More>>>

Top 10 Heal Care Stocks To Invest In 2017

Stocks gave back all their earlier gains as Wednesday’s Fed decision approaches.

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The S&P 500 finished little changed at 2,139.12 today, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average dipped 3.63 points to 18,120.17. The Nasdaq Composite declined 0.2% to 5,235.03. The S&P 500 had been up as much as 0.7% earlier today.

But really: Who wants to be long....More>>>