Methanex Co. (NASDAQ:MEOH) (TSE:MX) has received an average rating of “Buy” from the fifteen ratings firms that are covering the firm, Marketbeat reports. One investment analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, six have assigned a hold rating, six have given a buy rating an
Both Under Armourand Fitbitstocks are trading at dramatically lower prices than they were just a few years ago. But shares are outperforming the market so far in 2018 as investors have grown less pessimistic about their businesses.
So which of these rebounding stocks makes the better buy t
Chicago Equity Partners LLC raised its holdings in Emergent BioSolutions (NYSE:EBS) by 5.5% during the 1st quarter, according to the company in its most recent Form 13F filing with the SEC. The fund owned 115,560 shares of the biopharmaceutical company’s stock after purchasing an additiona
With our top penny stock of the week gaining over 200%, we’re taking a close look at the 10 top penny stocks for 2019 and the one stock you should keep an eye on for future gains.
Penny stocks are a great opportunity for investors seeking significant gains without the stumbling block of a large initial investment.
Take last week’s top gainer, FunctionX Inc. (OTCMKTS: FNCX), a company focused on developing digital multimedia platforms. On Friday (April 13), FunctionX’s stock shot up from $0.021 to $0.04 – a gain of 209%.
Holding equity in large companies that pay dividends on a regular basis and then investing in these expenditures is one of the most reliable ways to create long-term wealth. The challenge, then, is to find companies that can maintain high levels of performance, and to keep returning revenue flowing while also supporting the business’s future.
With this in mind, we ask three Motley Fool investors to identify a top high-yield stock that is worth holding forever. Continue reading why they chose Boston Omaha (NASDAQ:BOMN), Celanese Corporation (CE), Hemp Wheaton (CBWTF).
The Standard & Poor’s 500 is made up of some of the largest U.S. companies, including more than a few companies that pay large dividends. But just because a company is part of the S&P 500, it has not determined that its dividend is an absolute bet, nor does it guarantee that it will contribute to profitable investments. In fact, ultra-high dividend yield may indicate that the company may be prepared to cut spending.
Let’s take a closer look at the 10 highest-yielding dividend stocks in the S&P 500 Index. Some stocks will definitely buy stocks, but if you can avoid....More>>>
The market is more volatile than ever. In fact, John Bogle, the founder of Vanguard Funds, recently stated at CNBC that he has not seen such large market fluctuations in the market for 66 years.
Finding out what to buy is a challenge. If you are a speculator who is looking for yield, then there are five stocks, of which the five-year dividend is increasing and the yield is above 6%. Do not expect much capital appreciation, but if the yield continues to rise, you may enjoy a return on market dividends.
High dividend investment is very risky. Therefore, do not invest all your capital....More>>>
Remember that investors will complain that the stock is too expensive? You should, this was just a few months ago. However, the serious correction of the market in 2018, especially since the beginning of the “trade frenzy” more than a month ago, has put some good stocks in sight for some time.
Our “Best Performing Stocks” screen is a good way to find the best stocks that may be performing in the future. When the market moves together, they are ready to go higher. Here are the stocks listed in our model that will perform best in the future.
Lately, on Industry Focus: Tech, we've focused on the megacap businesses that have been dominating the news -- at the cost of shedding some light on smaller companies with massive growth potential. In this week's episode, host Dylan Lewis talks with Fool.com contributor Brian Feroldi
Investing in gold stocks can be risky. Mining for gold is expensive, and cash flow gets crimped if mines shut down or production expenses go over budget. Often, gold miners operate in parts of the world with unstable governments, and labor disputes are common, too. Even worse
U.S. stocks seem to have shrugged off all uncertainties regarding nagging trade tensions between the United States and China. The one-and-a-half-month-long tech tantrums also have eased and rising rate worries have probably taken a backseat after weaker-than-expected U.S. jobs data.
Lately, on Industry Focus: Tech, we've focused on the megacap businesses that have been dominating the news -- at the cost of shedding some light on smaller companies with massive growth potential. In this week's episode, host Dylan Lewis talks with Fool.com contributor Brian Feroldi a
You see, certain dividends are taxed at a much lower rate than other gains, thereby protecting a portion of your income. This is the case with qualified dividends – dividends earned from stocks you've held for at least 60 days before the ex-dividend date.