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Top 10 Value Stocks To Invest In 2019

China’s Finance Ministry announced Tuesday it would slash tariffs on imported cars as part of its conciliatory trade negotiations with the United States.

Import tariffs will drop from 25 percent of vehicle wholesale value to 15 percent, and charges on car parts will drop from an average 10 percent to a standard 6 percent.

How Tariffs Affected Business

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Top 10 Performing Stocks To Invest In 2018

Speculation that Bitcoin mining will lead to “uncontrolled growth” in electricity consumption may be overblown, recalling the hype that surrounded projections for data centers and marijuana growing.

While Bitcoin miners currently use about as much electricity as Ireland, they are "very unlikely" to reach the "ultra-high-end" threshold of 350 terawatt-hours....More>>>

Best Warren Buffett Stocks To Buy Right Now

Over the course of the last few trading days, we have seen the return of volatility and some serious carnage in the markets. To kick off this week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 1,175 points, the largest single-day point loss in the history of the index. Monday and Thursday were easily two of the worst trading days that anyone has seen in a long time, but on the other hand Tuesday and....More>>>

3 High-Growth Stocks That Could Soar

Few trends can have as dramatic an impact on an investing thesis as market-thumping sales growth. However, those gains aren’t valuable if they prove temporary or if they come only at the expense of weaker profitability.

With that important balance in mind, we asked Motley Fool investors to highlight high-growth stocks that appear to have strong fundamentals that back up their sales....More>>>

Top 5 Stocks To Watch For 2018

Tesla (NSDQ:TSLA) shares have been sliding as investors continue to weigh life under a Trump administration. Trump said on his campaign trail that the government should not be in the business of picking winners and losers in the energy sector. This in effect means that the new administration is unlikely to continue incentivizing EVs the way previous administrations have done, though in any case,....More>>>