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Top 10 Low Price Stocks To Invest In 2019

The price of wine is going up.

Global wine production slumped to its lowest level in 60 years in 2017, according to data from the International Organisation of Vine and Wine.

The most recent harvest produced 25 billion liters of wine, a decrease from 26.7 billion in 2016 and 27.6 billion in 2015. The decline was driven by weak harvests in key markets including Europe and South Africa.

The shortage has caused the wholesale price of basic wine in Italy to skyrocket 74% over the previous year, according to the European Commission. Prices are up 45% in Spain and over 10%....More>>>

Hot High Tech Stocks To Own For 2019

Social Security is unsustainable.

But we’ve got an unconventional investing tactic that could save retirees when the entire program collapses.

And it will collapse.

The numbers are irrefutable.

At present, Social Security’s unfunded liability – what it expects to owe retirees but doesn’t have the money for – is $34.2 trillion.

And the $2.8 trillion that is in the Social Security Trust Fund has already been loaned out to the federal government.

“Stated differently, the system’s trust fund needs to be $37....More>>>

Top 5 Undervalued Stocks To Buy For 2019

Comfort Systems USA, Inc (“FIX”, or the “company”) provides mechanical contracting services, primarily HVAC, plumbing, as well as off-site construction, electrical, monitoring and fire protection. The company has performed well over the last several years, with good revenue growth and margin expansion. FIX and its peers have spoken about increased demand for their products and services. However, FIX is currently undervalued relative to its peer group. There is reason to believe that FIX deserves a higher valuation and we will explore several of those areas.


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Senate Republicans said today that they have given up on the idea of holding a vote on the Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson health insurance bill this week, but that they hope to pass it later.

(Related: 10 Medicare for All and Graham-Cassidy Highlights, for Agents)

The federal fiscal year 2017 ends Saturday. Republicans’ problems with getting the Graham-Cassidy bill through the Senate....More>>>