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Best Penny Stocks For 2018

Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCLH) was up nearly 7% on Wednesday afternoon, following its fourth-quarter earnings report.

Norwegian said that it earned 56 cents a share, a penny ahead of analysts’ expectations. Revenue rose 8.5% to $1.13 billion, also squeaking past the $1.11 billion consensus estimate.

For the full year, Norwegian said it expects to earn between $3.75 and $3.85 a....More>>>

Top Penny Stocks To Buy For 2018

If I were to declare that 99% of all penny stocks are complete and absolute garbage, few would argue the point. Official statistics are hard to come by due to the enormous number of micro-capitalization companies.

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In addition, anyone — and I do mean anyone — can start a publicly traded entity. By their default nature, penny stocks....More>>>

Top 10 Stocks To Watch For 2018

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Picture a future where a robot suggests where to go for dinner, which meetings to take or which hotel you should stay at during an important client event. That’s just an example of the impact artificial intelligence (AI) can have on the ways we work and interact with one another.

When Apple first introduced Siri in 2011, it had just scratched the surface in terms....More>>>

Top Penny Stocks To Own Right Now

There are numerous trading techniques to consider for each and every options trade, so Fred Oltarsh at Options Strategy Network details five of the ones he considers extremely vital for trying to put the percentages in the trader’s favor.

The key to trading options contracts successfully (individual stocks and futures as well) is to put the percentages in your favor. This involves....More>>>

Top 10 Penny Stocks To Own Right Now

The phenomenon of fake news has infected some well-known investing websites. The Securities and Exchange Commission has brought civil fraud charges against 27 companies and individuals involved in stock-promotion schemes that played out on popular sites, such as Ben颅zinga, Seeking Alpha and Wall Street Cheat Sheet. The SEC alleges that public companies used intermediaries to pay writers to....More>>>