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Top 10 Bank Stocks To Own Right Now

Federal law requires public companies like Wells Fargo to warn shareholders about non-routine legal proceedings.

Yet it has now emerged that Wells Fargo stayed silent for at least six months about the fact that authorities were investigating the bank’s creation of fake accounts.

Wells Fargo (WFC) confirmed on Thursday that it was in talks with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau about unauthorized accounts as early as March 2016. This comes after the Charlotte Observer obtained emails under the Freedom of Information Act that revealed the discussions between the....More>>>

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Baird’s Mircea Dobre and Joseph Grabowski contend that recent coal bankruptcies from the likes of Peabody Energy are, in fact, good news for Joy Global (JOY). They explain why:

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Maintain Outperform rating following travel with T. Doheny (CEO). Mr. Dohenys message focused on the company executing well in a tough environment, often stressing that demand remains challenging in spite of a recent bounce in commodities. Our take is that investor sentiment is shifting positively, large coal bankruptcies are a counterintuitive positive catalyst....More>>>

Top 5 Casino Stocks To Own For 2018

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One of the more unique technical analysis metrics used to determine buy and sell signals is Parabolic SAR. Developed by Welles Wilder in 1978, the “SAR” stands....More>>>

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The post-election “Trump rally” occasionally sputters but remains surprisingly on track, as the major indices continue to motor ahead and smash records. And yet hopeful investors also are biting their nails, because of a nagging reality: this aging bull market is overvalued and considerably overdue for a correction.

Wall Street caught a glimpse of a salient “correction trigger” in recent days, i.e. the growing likelihood that President Trump won’t be able to deliver on all of his grandiose promises.

We’ll examine this looming day of reckoning,....More>>>