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Best High Tech Stocks To Buy Right Now

Before the market opened, shares of toy stock Hasbro, Inc (NASDAQ: HAS) were up in pre-market trading after the Company reported better-than-expected first quarterprofit helped by demand for digital gaming which more than doubled the profit from its entertainment and licensing business. Net revenues increased 2% to $849.7 million versus $831.2 million in 2016 while net earnings increased 41% to....More>>>

3 Dow Jones Stocks at Risk Right Now

U.S. equities are inching higher on Friday thanks to a strong jobs report for June that basically reinforced the status quo: Good payroll gains, a slight increase in the unemployment rate and an ongoing rate of wage inflation. Tech stocks keep flapping around, rebounding higher but within the confines of a multi-week downtrend.

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Amid the relief, the....More>>>

3 Dow Jones Stocks at Risk Right Now

U.S. equities are inching higher on Friday thanks to a strong jobs report for June that basically reinforced the status quo: Good payroll gains, a slight increase in the unemployment rate and an ongoing rate of wage inflation. Tech stocks keep flapping around, rebounding higher but within the confines of a multi-week downtrend.

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Amid the relief, the....More>>>

7 Energy Stocks to Buy to Survive an Oil Beating

Oil has been doing poorly lately, which has most energy stocks falling as well. OPEC recently agreed to continue its current production cap, but investors still aren’t having it. They were either looking for a larger cut in production (cutting down supply while maintaining demand to drive oil prices higher), or they believe the U.S. shale producers will continue to up their output.....More>>>

Top 10 Clean Energy Stocks To Buy Right Now

Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney committed multiple serious federal budget and political sins the past two weeks that would have gotten any other cabinet member from a previous presidency fired. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Ask yourself these three questions:

1. How can the director of the Office of Management and Budget make an unprecedented $2 trillion....More>>>