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The Best Overlooked Stock to Buy in E-Commerce

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With the recent Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) IPO, e-commerce stocks draw a lot of investor attention these days.

Some say Alibaba is the best e-commerce stock to buy, others like - but investors already know all about those choices.

You see, one of the best e-commerce stocks to buy right now is completely under everyone's radar.

And that's true even though this company is a household name...

Four Tech Stocks to Buy at "Stupid Cheap" Prices

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Corrections offer a chance to add to your portfolio's long-term gains. Yet if we buy on the dips too early, we run the risk of getting stopped out to protect capital.

To avoid that, I've developed a system to determine if a stock has fallen so far that it's become available at what I call a "Stupid Cheap Price."

Here's how my system works - in addition to four "stupid cheap" stocks to buy that should be on every tech investor's shopping list...

Today's Best Tech Investment Is the Most Inspirational Company I've Ever Visited

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The best tech investment to make today centers around some jaw-dropping technology - and I had the chance to see it firsthand.

You see, if I'm going to recommend an investment, I'd better have a good idea of what the company does and how they do it. And you can't find that on a website. So I was excited about my recent visit to a small firm to dig up the details on our unstoppable "human augmentation" trend.

But I never thought I'd witness this...

More than an "Ebola Stock" – This Medical Leader Is a Long-Term Profit Machine

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For weeks, investors have been chasing one "Ebola stock" after another, hoping to find the company with a cure for the disease.

But these investors are going about it all wrong. Instead of finding sound investments, they're just chasing headlines.

Now, Money Morning experts have found a long-term profit play that’s also benefitting from the short-term Ebola news…

What's the Better Stock to Buy: eBay or PayPal?

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On Tuesday, eBay (Nasdaq: EBAY) announced plans to spin off its PayPal unit into a separate, publicly traded company.

The move won't happen until the latter half of 2015, but it still has investors asking, "What's the better stock to buy between the two - eBay or PayPal?"

Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson answered that very question on FOX Business' "Varney & Co." program Tuesday.

Here's his favorite pick between the two stocks, and why...

Will Alibaba Buy eBay Once PayPal Is Gone?

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Ebay Inc.’s (Nasdaq: EBAY) plans to spin off its PayPal unit has left many on Wall Street salivating over the potential of the stand-alone payments business.

And some pundits are speculating that Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG) or Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) might buy PayPal.

But they should be asking this question: Will Alibaba buy eBay?

Here’s why a deal would make sense for both companies…

Here’s why a deal makes sense for both companies…

Investing in Space Stocks: The Final Money-Making Frontier

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The commercialization of space is estimated to be worth more than $300 billion a year.

Over the past two decades, the role of private industry has grown as that of the government has shrunk, opening up new investing opportunities in the "final frontier."

Here’s what’s behind the rise of private space, and two space stocks to buy to tap into this futuristic cash cow…

YHOO Stock Now Has to Wrestle with Taxes Post-Alibaba IPO

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Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq: YHOO) stock rose 4% today, with Starboard Value LP reportedly buying up a large stake in the company.

The investment management firm’s decision is a positive development for YHOO, which had seen its shares tumble for most of the week on concerns that as it sheds its portfolio of overseas investments, the remaining core business will be valueless.

Here’s one thing YHOO needs to do to reassure shareholders now…

Dow Jones Makes It Clear That Inversion Deals Are Unwanted Trend

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Dow Jones Industrial Average officials just made membership requirements for its elite index even more stringent, prompted by a surge in inversion deals made to avoid the high U.S. corporate tax rate.

The committee overseeing the storied blue-chip benchmark just updated the definition for index inclusion. The classification now states that companies that conduct business in the United States, but are incorporated abroad, are not eligible for admission in the 30-stock index.

The Dow tweaked the language used in its process of accepting components into the coveted index to officially read that member companies must be incorporated and headquartered in the United States. Additionally, the United States must be a company’s largest revenue-generating country.

That means the new eligibility requirements clearly exclude companies that have moved overseas via inversion deals.

Keep reading...

The Three Best Chinese Stocks to Buy Now (and They're Not Alibaba)

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Investors looking for Chinese stocks to buy in 2014 got an amazing opportunity with Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA), the largest IPO in U.S. history, when it started trading Sept. 19.

While Alibaba (which is actually based in the Cayman Islands, not China) is the biggest player in the Chinese e-commerce market, it's not the only company with huge growth potential in the country.

We’ve found three of the best companies in China, other than Alibaba, with huge growth opportunities ahead of them…