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Investing Ideas

Three Cheap Stocks to Buy Now

Finding the best cheap stocks to buy now makes the difference between just seeing a gain and doubling or tripling your return.

That's why it's always good to look for strong companies that have seen their share prices dip. Then investors can buy undervalued stocks and collect profits as the stocks rebound.

So we found three cheap stocks that have seen their share prices fall too far and are ready for a rebound.

Pot Stocks

GW Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq: GWPH) Stock Is the Best Marijuana Play Today

GW Pharmaceuticals PLC (Nasdaq: GWPH) stock is up a whopping 70.36% since 2015's start. And the stock still has legs to take shares higher.

GWPH is a UK-based biopharmaceutical company. It is devoted to the development and commercialization of cannabinoid prescription medicines.

Here's why there's still room for this pot stock to run...

Big Banks

The JPMorgan (NYSE: JPM) Stock Price Faces This $33.8 Trillion Problem

The JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) stock price seems to be breaking out.

Last week, the JPM stock price hit an all-time closing high of $67.01. It's up about 380% since the end of the Great Recession.

But "so what," says one expert. The JPM stock price has some threats coming its way in the near future...


What Investors Need to Know Before the Snapchat IPO Date

No Snapchat IPO date has been set yet, but yesterday (Tuesday) the company's 24-year-old CEO Evan Spiegel announced that he plans to take Snapchat public.

Speaking at the Code Conference in Los Angeles, Spiegel said he will reject any acquisition offers for Snapchat. He didn't offer many specifics for the Snapchat IPO, but said the firm "had a plan" for going public.

Here is the most important information investors need to know as the Snapchat IPO date approaches...


This Natural Gas ETF Will Surge from the Exploding LNG Market

Natural gas prices have rebounded 13.6% over the last month.

As prices keep rising alongside LNG demand, a natural gas ETF is the best way to get in on the long-term profits.

One particular ETF will gain handsomely from U.S. LNG exports, which are about to revolutionize the global natural gas trade...

Apple Stock

Three Reasons Why Carl Icahn Is Wrong About Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL)

We love Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) just as much as the next savvy investor… perhaps even more. We've long been invested in the innovative company, and we use its products day in and day out.

But last week, activist investor Carl Icahn made waves by stating Apple shares are worth $240… right now.

Here are three reasons why he's wrong. Trust us, you'll be glad you didn't listen to him once you know why...


The Next Iraqi Threat to the Oil Sector… It's Not What You're Expecting

If you still doubt that geopolitical heat can rattle the oil sector, then we strongly advise you to carefully watch the events that are about to play out.

Because matters are getting worse: U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter called out the Iraqi military – during a high-profile TV interview no less – claiming it lacks the will to fight.

In turn, the main Iranian general condemned the U.S. for not acting to halt ISIS' advance soon enough. Here's how all of this will have a huge impact on crude oil stability and global prices...

U.S. Economy

The Stock Market Crash of 1929

Stock market crash history series #1: The Stock Market Crash of 1929 is without a doubt the most devastating in U.S. history, in terms of duration and extent.
On Black Tuesday, Oct. 29, 1929, the Dow dropped 12% (30 points) and 16 million stock shares exchanged hands – although for some, there were absolutely no buyers. When the dust settled, more than $30 billion (roughly $350 billion in today's dollars) in wealth had been obliterated. The Dow sank a total 48% from September to November 1929 and kicked off the 10-year-long Great Depression. It lost another 86% from April 1930 to July 1932 in the crash's aftermath.

Behind this crash was a phenomenon that may be more familiar than you'd like...

Your Money

Don't Drown in the Sea of Global Debt

Debt is the proverbial double-edged sword, offering access to costly assets, but sometimes driving overleveraged borrowers into bankruptcy.

Only politicians and some Keynesian economists could convince themselves – along with a good portion of the masses – that more debt is the solution to the world's already crushing levels.

It's gotten so backwards, it's downright scary.

Yet there are some practical things you can do to avoid getting sucked under by the growing sea of debt...

Cable Industry

Charter-Time Warner Merger Invites These Future Deals (CHTR, TWC)

The Charter-Time Warner merger is part of an industry consolidation that is far from over.

After several weeks of intrigue, Charter Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: CHTR) won the race for the hand of Time Warner Cable Inc. (NYSE: TWC).

Charter beat out several other suitors, including hungry French rival Altice SA (AMS: ATC).

Those that lost out will be looking for new dance partners...