The alarming geopolitical status quo is fueling an increase in crude prices. Therefore, we anticipate that prized metals like gold will remain traditional safe harbors going forward.
The West Texas Intermediate crude futures edged up 0.4% to end at $67.07 per barrel last week – the highest since December 2014. The surge in benchmark crude stems from escalating tensions in the Middle East and fears of supplies being interrupted.
The commodity literally took off last week after Saudi Arabia claimed to have intercepted missiles fired by the Yemeni rebels and the American....More>>>
For each of these samplers I have a theme. I have a title. And I surprised you. I had a little fun with it last year. I, in fact, listened to the podcast again as I drove into work this morning just to make sure that I was doing my homework, and as it turns out my five stocks last year didn’t have a theme that united them all together.
However, there was a little secret at play [that I let you know at the end of last year’s podcast] and that is that the these company names, which seemed appropriate.
My talented producer, Rick Engdahl, tends to name every single....More>>>
Renewable energy has quietly become one of the best places for investors to find high-quality dividends that sport high yields as well. Yieldcos like these have yields of over 5% along with long-term contracted cash flows to sell energy to utilities.
If you’re looking for dividend stocks with both high yields and room for growth, here is why renewable energy is a great place to start.
Top Value Stocks To Buy For 2018: AutoZone, Inc.(AZO)
Auto parts retailer AutoZone, Inc. (NYSE:AZO) is known....More>>>
In this segment of the Motley Fool Money podcast, host Chris Hill asks Million Dollar Portfolio’s Jason Moser, Hidden Gems Canada’s David Kretzmann, and Total Income’s Ron Gross about the companies they’re most intrigued by this week and why.
Best Growth Stocks To Watch For 2018: Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd.(TSM)
TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) is the largest independent chip foundry in the world. It produces chips for fabless semiconductor companies like Apple, Qualcomm, NVIDIA, and AMD.
Stocks opened slightly higher on Wednesday as investors begin to reap some rewards from the start of first quarter earnings season. Despite this recent market momentum, uncertainty is still present, which means investors need to continue to utilize Q1 earnings season in order to look for stocks set to top earnings estimates.
First quarter earnings season has already helped some stocks kick back into high gear, including streaming giant Netflix (NFLX) . But just because the overall market has performed relatively well over the last week, doesn’t mean that earnings season will be....More>>>