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Top 10 Medical Stocks To Buy For 2019

source: newcannabisventures

Even though 2017 was an extraordinary year for the growth and momentum of the cannabis industry, 2018 promises to be even better, as acceptance of pot grows – both medically and recreational.

With California making the use of recreational pot legal, and Canada moving toward doing the same across the entire country, it will keep the impetus behind....More>>>

Top 10 Tech Stocks To Watch For 2018

News about the upcoming Snapchat IPO could take TWTR stock even higher after yesterday’s pop.


Shares of San Francisco, California-based Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR)have suddenly shot up over the last 5 days. And surprisingly, there’s no talk or speculation about a buyout this time around. As it appears, a combination of technical triggers and news about the upcoming....More>>>

Top 10 Gold Stocks To Own Right Now

Retirement is right around the corner for baby boomers — if they havent already entered it — yet so many are financially unprepared.

Baby boomers, or those born between 1946 and 1964, expect theyll need $658,000 in their defined contribution plans by the time they retire, but the average in those employer-sponsored plans is $263,000, according to a survey of 900 investors by....More>>>

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The soaring housing markets of the United States, Sweden, Canada, Norway, Australia, and the United Kingdom....More>>>

Top 5 Casino Stocks To Invest In 2018

Wynn Resorts’ (NASDAQ:WYNN) first quarterly report without founder Steve Wynn as CEO — or even owning any shares of the casino resort operator — went about as well as it could have. The sexual misconduct allegations against Steve Wynn don’t seem to have caused any disruption to the business in the U.S., and Wynn Resorts continued to take market share from competitors in Macau.