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Here's the Best Banking Stock to Buy Today

Over the last six months, bank stocks have fallen an average of 10% as stock market volatility has repeatedly damaged investor confidence.

In the beginning of the year, many investors believed that new tax-reform policies and rising interest rates would drive bank stocks to new highs this year.

However, worrisome trends in global trade have prevented the financial sector from meeting expectations.

However, this is no longer the case.


This Is the Best Bank Stock to Buy to Crush This Earnings Season

Bank stocks have taken a beating this year. Over the last six months, the Financial Sector SPDR Fund fell nearly 10% as volatility and global trade fears sapped investor confidence.

You see, many investors expected rising interest rates and the 2017 tax reform law to drive the financial sector to consistent highs for 2018. However, unfavorable trends in global trade and increased volatility have kept bank stocks from realizing their real profit potential.

However, that's all about to change.


The 10 Top Penny Stocks This Week and One Pick That Could Soar 471%

When you invest in Penny stocks, you have the opportunity to own stocks with spectacular growth potential with very little initial investment.

In fact, this is a great strategy for smart investors looking for great returns. Just look at Renren Inc., last week's top performing penny stock.

Last week, Renren stock jumped over 100% after it revealed that Morgan Stanley Inc. holds a significant stake in the Chinese social networking service.


Semiconductor Stocks Can Still Be Massively Profitable, Despite What Wall Street Says

Just because Wall Street warned investors to steer clear of semiconductor stocks doesn't mean you can't still earn a huge profit by owning the right one.

Instead of the semiconductor valuation peaking in 2017, it has continued to grow in 2018, already up over 20% year over year.

And there's one semiconductor stock that is poised to bring even greater returns to its investors...


Wall Street Is Dead Wrong on Semiconductor Stocks; This One Could Jump 77%

At the end of 2017, Morgan Stanley announced that semiconductor stocks were "currently at a peak" and that investors should have "increasingly negative prospects for the industry."

Morgan Stanley's comments sent the semiconductor industry into a tailspin – by late December, the sector had undergone a 10% correction, and Wall Street prospects for the industry's 2018 performance were increasingly dim.

However, they couldn't have been more wrong...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Today Continues to Gain as Earnings Season Hits Its Stride

The Dow Jones today is on the rise for the third straight day on Wall Street.

Dow Futures collected a gain of over 100 points in pre-market trading as investors continued to bet on a robust earnings season.

While geopolitical tensions over Syrian military intervention and the breakdown of American trade policy continue to linger, markets are likely to move based on earnings reports for the short-term.