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Top 10 Energy Stocks To Invest In 2018

Stocks ended mixed today as the rotation out of utilities and tech, and into financials, energy and industrials continued.

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The S&P 500 declined 0.4% to 2,191.08 today, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 68.35 points, or 0.4%, to 19,191.93. The Nasdaq Composite fell 72.57 points, or 1.4%, to 5,251.11

The S&P 500 Financial Sector index rose 1.7% today,....More>>>

Top 5 Energy Stocks To Buy For 2018

1. Stocks surge: U.S. stock indexes look set to build on their record-setting performances.

The Dow Jones industrial average and S&P 500 have both added more than 2.5% since the start of the year. The Dow is now trading near the 20,300 point level.

The tech-heavy Nasdaq index has also turned in a very strong performance, gaining 6.5% since the start of 2017.

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Top 10 Undervalued Stocks To Watch Right Now

Fortune Brands Home & Security, Inc. (FBHS) seems to be a slightly undervalued player in the home improvement segment that has astutely chosen to work with market leaders Home Depot (HD) and Lowes (LOW) instead of compete with them head-on. Market conditions being favorable to the giants in the segment, that effect is expected to cascade down to Fortunes product lines as well. Valuation analyses....More>>>

Top 10 Energy Stocks To Invest In 2018

Two years ago, we pulled Fidelity Contrafund (FCNTX) from the Kiplinger 25 and replaced it with Fidelity New Millennium (FMILX). We had no qualms about Contras performance or the estimable Will Danoff, the funds manager since 1990. Our concern was with its immense asset base, $114 billion at the time. We worried that Danoff would have trouble steering the battleship through increasingly turbulent....More>>>

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Banks are seeing significant returns, with some outperforming the market indices in 2016. With the market currently in consolidation and President-Elect Trump close to beginning his term, investors are on the sidelines waiting for clearer indicators of what is to come in 2017 as well as during Trump’s remaining time in his term. The question remains whether the banking sector has been curtailing....More>>>