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Top 5 Medical Stocks To Invest In 2017

Can I take a tax deduction for my long-term-care insurance premiums?

Take Our Quiz: Is It Tax Deductible?

Maybe. If you have a tax-qualified long-term-care insurance policy, you may be able to deduct a portion of your premiums as a medical expense. (Most traditional long-term-care policies qualify, but ask your insurer.) You can deduct eligible out-of-pocket medical expenses only....More>>>

Top 10 Energy Stocks To Watch Right Now

Summary

Viper Energy (NASDAQ:VNOM) is an MLP that owns mineral and royalty interests and is 75% owned by Diamondback Energy (NASDAQ:FANG). It is one of the cleanest and easiest to understand MLPs in the energy space. The business model is simple: the company collects royalty checks on its mineral/royalty acreage (averaging 9.1% of revenue of the oil and gas produced) and has few overhead....More>>>

Top 10 Stocks To Own For 2017

Cerner Corporation (NASDAQ:CERN) is a provider of health information technology (hit), devices, hardware and especially after-sales services around its products. The company profits from the big fundamental trend of digitization in combination with an improving health care system. Normally, I prefer distressed stories like already published before, but CERN is offering from my point of view a really....More>>>

Top 10 Energy Stocks To Own Right Now

February 7, 2017: Markets opened higher Tuesday and dipped very near the red zone before bouncing back up. The energy sector is the day’s big loser while consumer staples and technology kept the major indexes in the green. WTI crude oil for March delivery settled at $52.17 a barrel, down about 1.6% on the day. April gold added 0.3% on the day to settle at $1,236.10. Equities were headed for....More>>>

Hot Energy Stocks To Buy For 2017

Two new companies joined the IPO pipeline during the first week of 2017. Blackstone’s Invitation Homes (INVH), the the nation’s largest owner of single-family houses, filed for an IPO that we estimate will raise $1.5 billion or more. As a JOBS Act filer, the REIT could begin trading as early as the week of January 30. Following a string of recent filings from the energy sector, founder-owned....More>>>