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Hot Heal Care Stocks To Invest In 2019

It was a roller coaster week for the stock market. Here are 10 stunning facts you should know.

The worst point decline ever

On Monday, the Dow fell 1,175 points, or 4.6%. It was by far the worst point decline ever. The previous record was 777 points on September 29, 2008.

The percentage decline on Thursday, 4.2%, wasn’t nearly as bad as during the scary days of....More>>>

Top 10 China Stocks To Own For 2019

Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV Program, Thursday, March 1.

The market took a toll on day 3 after Trump announced tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. “We need to approach these trade sanctions, ones that will impact multiple so-called trading partners, in two ways. First, I’ll put on my Cassandra hat to spell out the worst-case scenario.....More>>>

Your Daily Pharma Scoop: Biohaven Updates, MEIP Offering, Kite European Expansions

Analysis focus: BHVN

Biohaven Pharmaceuticals (NYSE:BHVN) is a CNS-focused company with a strong pipeline with multiple drug candidates in late stage trials. The company recently announced a number of updates for its pipeline. For its lead candidate, rimegepant from the CGRP receptor antagonist platform, the company will report initial results from a long-term safety study in Q4 2018. In....More>>>

Best Oil Stocks To Buy Right Now

Things have improved handily from a year ago in the energy sector. Still, even with a pro-energy White House, things are far from perfect in the oil and gas sector. Now ConocoPhillips (NYSE: COP) is delivering great news to its shareholders.

After the close of trading on Wednesday, ConocoPhillips announced that the company has signed a definitive agreement with Cenovus (NYSE: CVE) to sell....More>>>

Top 10 Safest Stocks To Buy Right Now

I have sold my shares in my business as part of my plan to retire at 55. I now have to rely on investments alone for income. Selling a business generates money upfront, but then what? I had taken over my own investments from mutual funds in 2009, and I guess that made me lucky rather than good. Since the crash of oil, investing has been a lot less fun and a lot less profitable.