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Top Undervalued Stocks To Invest In Right Now

The markets are far from efficient right now, with several undervalued stocks that boast historically-stable cash flows, scandal-free operations, and a robust profitability profile, relegated to the background. Most of the column inches and headlines are reserved for hyper-growth stocks and exciting recovery plays.

Post-pandemic, the outlook for several exceptional stocks remains pessimistic because of unforeseen losses and difficulties, offering investors access an attractive entry point previously unavailable available during their best years.

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Top 10 Safest Stocks To Invest In 2019

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We spend most of our working lives contributing money to retirement accounts but what about taking it out in retirement? If you have pre-tax, Roth, and taxable accounts, how much should you withdraw from each one? Here are some things to consider:

1) How much can you safely withdraw? The safest option is to only withdraw earnings and not touch any of the principal but at current dividend yields and interest rates, don’t expect to get much more than about 2% of your portfolio. That’s probably not enough for most people and that number can fluctuate and....More>>>

Best Blue Chip Stocks To Own Right Now

They’ve each crafted massive consumer-facing businesses that, over the decades, have delivered awesome returns for long-term shareholders. However, both Procter & Gamble and Pepsi are struggling with market share losses today that have caused Wall Street to turn more pessimistic about their growth outlooks.

The good news is that this sour mood has pushed dividend yields to nearly 4% for these blue chip stocks. But which one might make the better investment today? Let’s take a closer look.

P&G vs. Pepsi

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Top 5 Warren Buffett Stocks To Invest In 2019

Over the past few years, Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A) (NYSE:BRK-B) has accumulated quite a bit of cash on its balance sheet. At the end of the first quarter of 2018, Berkshire reported a total of $108.6 billion in cash — far more than the $30 billion CEO Warren Buffett recently said he would prefer.

This leaves almost $80 billion in excess capital, and Buffett has said that he’s having a tough time finding companies to acquire, which is by far his preferred way to use Berkshire’s money. This raises the question, “What is Warren Buffett looking for?” While....More>>>

Top 5 Warren Buffett Stocks To Buy For 2019

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Pretend you’re Warren Buffett. You’re in your 80s. You’re worth over $70 billion. Obviously your children will receive a huge inheritance.

Not so fast.

Warren’s view on inherited wealth has always been that he will give his children “enough money so they would feel they can do anything but not so much that they could do nothing.” So, for example, he gave his son Peter enough money to pay off some equipment loans for his music business as well as the mortgage on his $194,000 home. (At the same time, though, he has heavily....More>>>