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Top 5 Clean Energy Stocks To Invest In 2018

Quest’s Profitable Moment

President Donald Trump is going to Davos for the World Economic Forum — and he’s taking many members of his cabinet with him. Davos is famous for being a gathering of heads of state as well as CEOs and other high-powered corporate executives. Considering Trump’s “drain the swamp” platform, it is a bit eye-raising that he will....More>>>

Top 5 Energy Stocks To Watch Right Now

The S&P 500 Index was roughly flat last week as investors digested a slew of earnings reports and new economic data, including a favorable reading on third-quarter U.S. GDP growth on Friday. In addition to higher earnings, many companies also announced growing dividends.

Six notable dividend stocks increased their payouts over the last week, including a popular consumer apparel manufacturer,....More>>>

Top 5 Energy Stocks To Watch Right Now

Recently, analysts at the Bank of Nova Scotia released a note on Baytex Energy Corp. (BTE) discussing their recent Q2 production figures pre-release, and the bank put a CAD$7.75 price target on Baytex. This represents an 158% return from current price levels.

While I definitely view Scotiabanks projection as optimistic, my own more conservative analysis for 2018 reveals that with a slightly....More>>>

Top 5 Safest Stocks To Invest In 2018

U.S. stocks are only a few points away from new all-time highs… But not every part of the U.S. market has been thriving.   Health care stocks recently fell 12% from their August highs to their pre-election lows… hitting an eight-month low in the process.   Have they bottomed? Is it time to buy? Or is this the beginning of a major downtrend?   Let's take a closer look....More>>>

Top 10 Energy Stocks For 2018

Westinghouse Electric is known as a 20th Century icon of American electrical power. But its nuclear energy business has been a bust. Russia and China stand to gain. The company said no layoffs are expected. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

Chalk it up as a win for the Russian and Chinese state-owned nuclear power companies for now. Their competition just got weaker. The bankruptcy....More>>>