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GoDaddy IPO Is One to Avoid in 2015

A report this week indicates the GoDaddy IPO in 2015 will value the web domain company at $4.5 billion.

That valuation and the company's strong brand ensure the GoDaddy IPO will be one of the most talked about upcoming IPOs of 2015.

But that doesn't mean investors should buy GoDaddy stock. In fact, this is looking more and more like an IPO to avoid in 2015.

Stocks to Buy

"Unloved" Pick of the Week: U.S. Silica Holdings Inc. (NYSE: SLCA)

Fracking sand supplier U.S. Silica Holdings Inc. (NYSE: SLCA) is Money Morning's "Unloved" pick of the week.

Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist Michael Robinson first recommended U.S. Silica stock back in February. With SLCA stock down 38% from its 52-week high of $73.43 reached on Sept. 3, Robinson now considers the company "stupid cheap."

Robinson says those who dumped SLCA stock forgot about a compelling part of the company's story.

Penny Stocks

The Five Best Penny Stocks to Buy for 2015

The best penny stocks to buy for 2015 have something many penny stocks don't give investors. They all belong to solid companies.

You see, penny stock investing is full of risks, but you won't find any of that here. These five stocks all trade on the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq. They have strong 2015 guidance figures. Some operate in a high-growth industry.

Here's our list of the five best penny stocks to buy for 2015, and the case for each...

Silver Prices

Silver Prices in 2014 Driven by These Two Factors

Silver prices in 2014 are disappointing, at least in this second half of the year.

There are two very easily identifiable factors holding back price gains. Watching these factors will tell us when silver will turn around.

Here's what you'll need to look out for to know when the bulls are jumping back in on the white metal...

Gold Prices

Gold Prices Hit 3-Week High on China, Europe Central Bank News

Gold prices shot up to a three week high today (Friday).

Here's a roundup of the news stories that supported gold's rise today - plus get our "Investor Takeaway" on how to play gold right now...

Stock Market Today

Stock Market Futures Double Friday A.M. After China, ECB News

Stock market futures doubled Friday morning after news of a rate cut in China, and dovish words from ECB President Mario Draghi.

Here's a roundup of today's top stock market news...

Top News

Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) Will Win Net Neutrality – No Matter What

Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG, GOOGL) is ahead of the game on net neutrality.

Whatever the FCC decides in early 2015, the Internet search king is going to come out on top.

Here's why...

Tech investing

Is Microsoft Stock a Buy After Its 70% Gain? (MSFT)

Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) is a laggard no more.

After more than a decade of bobbing around the $30 mark, Microsoft stock is up 70% since April of 2013.

Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani recognized the surprising turnaround early on, and started publicly recommending MSFT stock in July of 2013. But now that it has hit $50, is Microsoft stock a buy? Or should investors take their profits and move on?

Gilani's answer may surprise you...

Biotech Investing

Two Biotech Stocks Set to Double on One Powerful Catalyst

The talks that she and I had were invigorating "mini-lessons" – which is why we were still having them years after I tacked my graduate-degree diploma to my office wall.

I often "shared" those lessons with my readers – quoting the management professor in stories I wrote back during my days at The Baltimore Sun, as well as in columns I've written for you folks here at Money Map Press.

Now those lessons will pay off again as we look at these huge biotech opportunities...


Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) Stock Likes Deal News – But We're Not Sold

Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) stock got a bump today on news that it worked out a deal with browser Mozilla Firefox.

The deal would swap out Google's search engine with Yahoo's as the default home page for the browser. This ends a 10-year deal and starts a new five-year venture.

Yahoo looks to have gotten the upper hand on Google, though the story is hardly that simple...