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This could stop Amazon’s stock rally in its tracks

There is one thing that Amazon.com Inc.’s investors might cheer, but could end up stopping the stock’s climb to record highs in its tracks...

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Warren Buffett’s favorite stocks selling at discount

Rarely do you get the chance to buy one of Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett’s favorite stocks on sale. But that’s the case now with Wells Fargo.

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Get Credit With Corporate Bond ETFs (LQD, SLQD)

Investors continue searching for sources of yield beyond government bonds, a trend that is stoking inflows to fixed-income exchange-traded funds (ETFs)...

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Stocks Gain Ground in Volatile Week (SPY, DIA)

The major U.S. indexes ended in positive territory after a volatile week of trading characterized by ongoing political risk and uncertainty.

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Stock market closes lower, but trims losses

U.S. stocks fell Friday but closed off the lows of the day following President Donald Trump’s promise of a much-awaited tax-overhal plan...

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Robert Prechter is awaiting a depression-like shock in the U.S.

A June 2015 profile of Robert Prechter, the world’s foremost proponent of Elliott Wave technical analysis, turned out to be the most popular investing story...

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Ferrari Stock Trades Ex-Dividend Monday (RACE)

Shares of Ferrari N.V. (RACE) will begin trading ex-dividend on Monday, April 24.To qualify for a dividend check, investors must have owned Ferrari...

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Trump stock market rank as he nears his 100th day in office

President Donald Trump is nearing a major milestone in his presidency: His 100th day in office will be reached April 30—not including the day of the inauguration.

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Here,the stock market bears will make their last stand

After a double-digit rally that took the S&P 500 index to a record on March 1, stocks have sputtered to trade in a tight band of less than a 100 points.

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