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Our “Market Monitor” has names of stocks he says are reasonably priced in a market he says is a little expensive.
This week’s Market Monitor has names of three tech stocks he says aren’t overbought right now.
This week’s Market Monitor likes companies with exposure to emerging markets, technology and the aging demographic.
This week’s Market Monitor is bargain hunting for some names he says are overlooked by the rest of the market.
Our Market Monitor has three stock picks he says will benefit from demand in the housing industry and any tax rate changes out of Washington.
This week’s Market Monitor says we’re in a tired bull market and investors should focus on companies with strong earnings growth.
Despite a weak retail environment, this week’s Market Monitor says he’s finding opportunity in that sector.
Our Market Monitor is betting that slowly rising interest rates and the potential for tax reform will benefit bank stocks. He has three picks he says should be in your portfolio.
Our Market Monitor has three homebuilder stocks he says should be in your portfolio.
This week’s Market Monitor Nancy Tengler discusses opportunity in the healthcare sector.
Our Market Monitor has the name of some small cap stocks he says are poised to see above average earnings growth this year.
This week’s Market Monitor likes stocks in the health care and energy sectors.
This week’s Market Monitor has three stock picks he says you should consider buying within the President’s first 100 days in office.
This week’s Market Monitor has a list of stocks he says should benefit from rising interest rates.
This week’s Market Monitor explains why he thinks staying domestic might be the best thing for your portfolio this year.