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My Top Travel Stock (And Two To Sell)

01.27.2015: With winter storm Juno buffeting the northeast and the stock market in disarray, it's enough to want to throw in the towel and take a vacation. While that may seem... Read more

These 62 Blue Chips Are On the Move

01.26.2015: During these busy times, it pays to stay on top of the latest profit opportunities. And today’s blog post should be a great place to start. After taking a close look at... Read more

This Week's Economic News Rundown


It's Friday and that means it's time to review the latest economic data and identify which pockets of the economy are heating up and which are slowing down. Don't worry about catching... Read more

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Earnings & ECB Spur Market Higher

After the rollercoaster ride during the first two weeks of the year, it was nice to see investors come back from the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend in better spirits. The S&P 500 put in its first weekly gain of the year this week, and our Buy List performed even better, thanks to better-than-expected earnings reports. Along with positive earnings reports, the stock market pushed higher this week after the European Central Bank announced its latest quantitative easing program. So in ... Read more

Who Wins Central Banks' Limbo Contest?

For quite a while now, the mantra of central banks around the globe has been: How low can you go? As a result, most global interest rates are sitting near zero or are even in negative territory. And it doesn't look like that's a trend that's going to change any time soon. The European Central Bank not only stated that it would keep interest rates near 0.5% this week, it also revealed a $68 billion quantitative easing program. So in today's Weekly Update, we'll take a closer look at the ECB's... Read more

Emerging Growth01.23.2015

A Worldwide Limbo Contest

The worldwide 'limbo contest' continued last week, as central bankers proceeded to see how low interest rates can go. First, Denmark slashed interest rates twice, and then the European Central Bank stated that it will keep interest rates near zero and implement a quantitative easing program. So in today's Weekly Profit Guide, we'll discuss the recent central bank action taken around the world and what it means for interest rates, deflation and the stock market. We'll also cover the how the s... Read more

Ultimate Growth01.26.2015

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  • Volatility Conservative
  • Top Competitors MMM, CSL, ROP
  • Fundamental Grade C
  • Quantitative Grade D
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General Electric Company operates as a technology and financial services company worldwide. The company’s Energy Infrastructure segment offers wind turbines; gas and steam turbines and generators; integrated gasification combined cycle systems; aircraft engine derivatives; nuclear reactors, fuel, and support services; oil and gas extraction and mining motors and control systems;...

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