Month: October 2021

Suppose you’ve contributed the allowable maximum to your Roth IRA for the year but still have money left over to stash away for retirement. That’s a problem a lot of people probably wish they had. And never fear—there are plenty of other good places to put your money. While it’s hard to top the tax-deferred
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Ahead of Intel’s (NASDAQ:INTC) recently posted third-quarter results, the stock rallied, in accordance with its tradition. INTC stock rose steadily from $52 to $56 ahead of its earnings, only to plunge and close below $50 after the results were released. Source: Kate Krav-Rude / Shutterstock.com Why did investors bet that Intel would beat analysts’ average
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In this article BRK.A Charlie Munger at Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting in Los Angeles California. May 1, 2021. Gerard Miller | CNBC Charlie Munger’s architectural design for a new, large dormitory at the University of California, Santa Barbara is getting attention after an architect on the school’s Design Review Committee quit because he thinks it
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Between 2003 and 2008, the value of the U.S. dollar fell compared to most major currencies. The depreciation accelerated during 2007 and 2008, impacting both domestic and international investments. Currently, the dollar is strong and is well above the average for the past 10 years. The dollar’s strength reflects a robust U.S. economy, low Federal Reserve
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As the world moves towards cleaner power sources, FuelCell Energy (NASDAQ:FCEL) is one of the most ambitious providers of environmentally friendly fuel cell systems. At the same time, FCEL stock is still surprisingly affordable. Source: Kaca Skokanova/Shutterstock Admittedly, the share-price bump of January and February may have been an instance of “too far, too fast.”
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In this article CFX thianchai sitthikongsak | Moment | Getty Images Company: Colfax Corp. (CFX) Business: Colfax is a global diversified technology company. The company operates in two segments: (i) Fabrication Technology: consumable products and equipment, including cutting, joining, and automated welding products, as well as gas control equipment; and (ii) Medical Technology: medical device
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While dividend yields have partially declined of late due to rallying stock prices, it’s still possible to find attractive high-yield retirement stocks on Wall Street. These businesses typically generate stable cash flow, boast strong balance sheets, and have reasonable dividend payout ratios. As a result, these companies have the financial resilience to grow their businesses
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