Our newest list of the best stocks to buy include two tech stocks that top Wall Street’s sweethearts, and a timeless classic that’s been flying under the radar.
Stocks to Buy
Best stocks to buy for the week ending Sept. 26, 2014:Last week for Money Morning Members, we highlighted 9 stocks that bring readers the "best of the best" to boost their portfolios in the fall months.
Best stocks to buy for the week ending Sept. 19, 2014:Last week, U.S. market history was made when Alibaba debuted as the biggest IPO of all time. While we like BABA stock, it's not the only way to profit.
You can find all of last week's recommendations here in our newest list of the best stocks to buy now.
I believe McDonald's (NYSE: MCD) stock still has its best days ahead of it.
You won't hear it from the mainstream financial media, where a sense of doom and gloom over the company has settled in because of a 3.7% downturn in global same-store August sales – the worst since 2003.
But McDonald’s stock still makes one heck of an investment if you’ve got the right time frame.
Best stocks to buy for the week ending Sept. 12, 2014:Last week for Money Morning Members, we highlighted ten stocks – five of which are some of the best dividend stocks to own in 2015.
Four of our dividend plays hedge against the Fed's upcoming interest rate hike. Plus we have an auto sector pick from China, three biotech penny stocks, and more in our newest list of the best stocks to buy now…
Since April 11, Gilead Sciences (Nasdaq: GILD) has scored peak gains of a 74.2% – or more than 175% annualized gains.
Some investors don't want to risk it all during a sell-off – but they still want to take advantage of the growth biotech stocks offer.
Best stocks to buy for the week ending Sept. 5, 2014:Last week for Money Morning Members, we highlighted seven stocks – five of which hail from the profit-rich tech sector.
Reports surfaced yesterday (Thursday) that eBay Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY) has been telling candidates for the job of PayPal chief executive that the company was mulling a spin-off of the payments business pushed eBay stock up nearly 4.7%.
That's just what Carl Icahn wanted when he launched a futile but nasty campaign in January to force eBay CEO John Donahoe to spin off the PayPal unit. Yet he's been curiously silent on the matter since the report surfaced.
Last week for Money Morning Members we highlighted five of the most promising stock picks across three of today's fastest-moving sectors.
Two are plays on booming Chinese e-commerce growth, two are picks in the semiconductor industry (which just notched global sales of $26.86 billion in May), and one taps into the more than $13 billion-per-year real estate advertising industry.
It's commonly held wisdom that stock markets go to heck in a hand basket when interest rates rise. So, the thinking goes, you'd be better off selling ahead of time before that happens.
No doubt it's tempting to head for the hills with rates at historical lows, but it pays to do your research before you hit the "sell" button.
The three companies I'm going to show you today, for example, can actually benefit from rising rates.
First, let's take an "Econ 101" look at the impact interest rates can have on stocks, especially when rates start rising…