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Top 5 Cheap Stocks To Buy For 2019

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May crude oil futures are trading higher by $2.08 at $39.34 in Friday’s session. They started....More>>>

Top Warren Buffett Stocks To Buy Right Now

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Wells Fargo is facing far more than a fine for its....More>>>

Top 10 Cheap Stocks To Invest In 2018

Introduction

Collection House (OTC:CLHSF, ASX:CLH) is a small-cap $133 million revenue Australian stock with little coverage. It is trading cheap at a valuation of 6x EV/EBITDA, with excellent cash flow conversion. The stock has also posted solid and consistent growth, with a fully franked (tax-free) dividend of just under 6%.

Its closest Australian comparable, Credit Corp. Group,....More>>>

Best Cheap Stocks To Own For 2018

When an unfamiliar name pops up as a top performer, well often take a closer look. It turns out that the fund in question, Aspiration Redwood (REDWX), features a couple of investor-friendly benefits. Despite a tiny asset base of $16 million, the funds annual expense ratio is just 0.50%. And it requires just $100 to start.

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Billion-Dollar Unicorns: Will Apttus Take The Plunge?

According to Gartner, the market for configure, price, and quote (CPQ) software was worth about $878 million in 2016 and is expected to grow 20% per year through 2020. Billion-Dollar Unicorn Apttus (Private:APTUS) is a leading player in the space that’s expected to go public soon.

Apttus’ Journey

Apttus was founded in 2006 by Kirk Krappe, Neehar Giri, and Nathan Krishnan.....More>>>