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Top 10 Stocks To Buy Right Now

After wiping a trillion dollars or so off the value of global bonds and sending yields soaring, some market watchers are arguing the rout inspired by Donald Trumps surprise election victory is looking overdone.

Technical analyst Mark Arbeter on Tuesday said he was reversing the bearish call he made on Treasurys in July when yields were trading near the all-time low around 1.3%.

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Top 5 Low Price Stocks To Own Right Now

Peyto (OTCPK:PEYUF) is a Canadian E&P company whose production profile is dominated by dry gas (92%). With the low price of natural gas, it has been a tough couple of years for Peyto’s shareholders. That said, the company has maintained its dividend payout through the commodity price downturn. Recently natural gas prices have recovered from their lows, but Peyto’s stock has not kept....More>>>

Top 5 Safest Stocks To Own For 2017

Netflix Inc stock has strong support from 50-day SMA.

Source:Netflix Inc Technical analysis chartby amigobulls.com

Netflix Inc(NASDAQ:NFLX)stock is retesting 50-day simple moving average support line. The 50 day SMA has been acting as a strong support level for Netflix Inc stock over the past three months. Netflix stock is in the middle of a strong bullish rally. The stock has gained....More>>>

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Every financial advisory firm must come up with its own technology plan, and needs to figure out which platforms and solutions will work best for improving business processes and client experiences.

For David O’Brien, founder of Evolution Advisers, that means outsourcing what he calls “non-value-added work” to best-in-breed technology providers. Doing so since the get-go....More>>>

Top 10 Blue Chip Stocks To Buy For 2017

When I initiated coverage on Xerox (NYSE:XRX), I concluded that the stock wasn’t dead, and in January, I opined the name was also not “dead money.” That is important to reiterate. But this once stellar blue chip has certainly fallen from grace, big time. I then told you that the company was “not dead yet.” But friends, are we approaching the death of Xerox? I mean,....More>>>