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Hot Performing Stocks To Buy For 2019

Some of the best stocks in the oil market over the past year have one thing in common: buybacks. The companies that have spent billions of dollars buying back their shares have dramatically outperformed rivals.

ConocoPhillips (NYSE:COP) is one of these leaders. The U.S. oil giant announced a multi-billion-dollar buyback in late 2016, which has helped catapult its stock 55% higher since then, vastly outperforming the nearly 23% gain from the iShares U.S. Oil & Gas Exploration & Production ETF (NYSEMKT:IEO), which holds more than 60 U.S.-focused oil and gas stocks. Anadarko Petroleum....More>>>

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Have you noticed how lumpy your monthly dividend income is lately? Many of the high dividend stocks which we’ve covered and invested in tend to pay dividends in a February – May – August – November cycle.

That’s swell, but what are we supposed to do in those other months? To find a solution to that question, we’ve been covering monthly dividend paying stocks in our articles over the past few months.

We’ve accumulated quite a few monthly payers during this quest, which we’ve woven into our quarterly dividend paying holdings. The result....More>>>

Top 10 High Tech Stocks To Watch For 2018

BEVERLY HILLS, CA – FEBRUARY 26: Maye Musk (L) and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk. February 26, 2017 . Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

About a year ago, I suggested that Tesla stock was too high. Now it’s 67% higher. With news that it may start delivering its lowest-price Model 3 later this month, you should take your profits. (I have no financial interest in the securities mentioned in this post).

Before getting into that, let’s ask who has inherited the reality distortion field first made popular by Steve Jobs. While Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes certainly....More>>>

Hot Undervalued Stocks To Buy Right Now

We continue to believe that financial stocks are quite undervalued as well. During the quarter we made a new investment in Ally Financial (NYSE:ALLY). Ally was founded nearly a century ago as General Motors Acceptance Corporation. Its purpose then was to provide financing to GM dealers and retail customers. Today, Ally is no longer owned by GM. It serves a wide variety of dealers (including Ford, Chrysler and Toyota), and it is carefully building a consumer franchise. In our view, investors are myopically concerned that the auto business is at a cyclical peak. U.S. auto sales are near record....More>>>