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Hot Blue Chip Stocks To Watch For 2018

March 20, 2017: Markets opened slightly lower Monday and traded close to the break-even line all day. Leading indicators and consumer sentiment readings were both strong. Only the materials sector traded high late in the afternoon while energy and utilities were the laggards. The blue chips were performing best. WTI crude oil for April delivery settled at $48.22 a barrel, down 1.2% on the day. April gold added 0.3% on the day to settle at $1,234.00. Equities were headed for a mixed close shortly before the bell as the DJIA traded up 0.03% for the day, the S&P 500 traded down 0.14%, and the....More>>>

Hot Medical Stocks To Own For 2018

Cell Medx Corp (OTCBB: CMXC) is in the news for insider trading. Reading a headline with insider trading generally sends chills, especially if you are the part of the management team of said company. But lets consider for a moment that this could be a buy opportunity, or at least an event worthy of shining the spotlight on a small(ish) bio-tech firm.

Cell Medx Corp (OTCBB: CMXC) is an early stage bio-tech firm focusing on the discovery, development and commercialization of therapeutic products. With treatments for diabetes, Parkinsons Disease and high blood pressure in their wheelhouse,....More>>>

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Today, it was all about oil afterOPEC “reached an understanding” on capping oil production. And that made Murphy Oil (MUR) the hottest stock in the S&P 500.

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Murphy Oil soared 11% to$28.91 today, easily topping the S&P 500′s 0.5% rise to2,171.37.Front month Nymex Crude futures climbed $2.38 per barrel, or 5.3% to $47.05, while the Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLE) jumped 4.3% to$69.78.

Murphy Oil, meanwhile, is one of those oil companies that’s particularly sensitive to changesin the price of oil. Oil goes up, Murphy gains. Oil....More>>>

Top High Tech Stocks To Own Right Now

U.S. equities notched another new record high on Thursday, pushing the Dow Jones Industrial Average ever closer to the 20,000 threshold as the post-election melt up continues.

The catalyst was another rout in the bond market which continues to pull money out of fixed-income into the stock market as investors chase returns. The impetus was a surprise announcement overnight that the European Central Bank would extended its bond-buying program more than expected (through year-end 2017) while also trimming the pace of monthly purchases from 80 billion euro to 60 billion.

This was a....More>>>