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The 10 Biggest Stock Market Failures of 2017 | InvestorPlace

7h investorplace
The year isn’t over yet, but with just a little more than a month left before 2017 is in the rear-view mirror, where individual stocks are right now is more or less where they’re going to be. While most names have ridden the bullish wave of the S&P 500’s year-to-date gain of 16%, in some cases there’s painfully bad news — a handful of names are shockingly deep in the red. (631-2)

Target: Buy The Dip

8h seekingalpha
Declining revenue, declining sales, declining EPS and declining margins are all reasons to sell a stock. (25-0)

A 8.8% Healthcare Yield With The Lowest Leverage

9h seekingalpha
Unlike other peers, the corporation uses extremely low leverage and pays out a high portion of its cash flow through dividends. (159-1)

15 Current Wall Street Favorites - Cramer's Mad Money (11/20/17)

12h seekingalpha
Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Monday, November 20. (286-0)

Tracking Ole Andreas Halvorsen's Viking Global Portfolio - Q3 2017 Update

17h seekingalpha
Halvorsen's 13F portfolio value increased from $14.85B to $15.44B. The number of positions increased from 53 to 59. (1331-3)

9 REITs Ready to Raise Their Payouts This December

2017-11-20 investorplace
“First-level” investors – those who buy and sell on headlines – mistakenly believe that real estate investment trust (REIT) profits will suffer if rates rise. (49-1)

DivGro Pulse: November 2017

2017-11-20 seekingalpha
My monthly pulse articles are strategy-focused articles that monitor the health of DivGro, my portfolio of dividend growth stocks. (269-0)

IMF November Buys: The 15 Stocks Added To My Fund

2017-11-20 seekingalpha
My Ian's Million Fund, IMF, is a quasi-index fund where I have two main goals. One, beat the S&P 500 over time with my own diversified basket of stocks, while avoiding any ongoing management fees. Two, build a model that my non-investment professional friends can copy. If I didn't have other investments and had $1,000/month to invest, what retirement portfolio would I build to ensure I ended up with a strong solid nest egg? The IMF answers that question. (26-0)

Game Plan For The Week - Cramer's Mad Money (11/17/17)

2017-11-20 seekingalpha
Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Friday, November 17. (141-1)

RGA Q3 2017 Letter - Amazon's Share Of E-Commerce = PayPal's Opportunity

2017-11-18 seekingalpha
One of our biggest mistakes was not investing in Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) shortly after reading Josh Tarasoff's 2012 VALUEx presentation, instantly recognizing the appeal and dismissing a potential purchase on account of the stock being "too expensive."[1] [2] We will forever hold ourselves accountable for this mistake, while simultaneously self-reflecting on what we can do to avoid this mistake in the future and figure out where and how value does accrue in commerce today. (273-0)

MOVES-Euromoney names Jan Babiak as independent non-exec director

2017-11-17 reuters
Nov 17 (Reuters) - London-listed Euromoney Institutional Investor Plc appointed Jan Babiak as an independent non-executive director. (2-0)

CVS: Undervalued

2017-11-16 seekingalpha
CVS Health is not just a pharmacy retailer like Walgreens, but generates more than half of its revenue as pharmacy benefit manager (CVS Caremark). (177-0)

Tracking David Einhorn's Portfolio - Q3 2017 Update

2017-11-16 seekingalpha
Greenlight's long/short ratio is at 118% long and 73% short compared to 111% long and 79% short last quarter. (1241-7)

Walgreens Boots Alliance - Fairly Valued Dividend Aristocrat

2017-11-13 seekingalpha
Walgreens Boots Alliance was formed in December 31, 2014, as a merger of Walgreens and Boots Alliance and expanded the international pharmacy business of Walgreens. (187-0)

Consumer Sector Recap: Week of November 6–10, 2017

2017-11-13 marketrealist
The third quarter earnings season is drawing to an end. The S&P 500 Index (SPY) (SPX-INDEX) finished the week ended November 10, 2017, with a slight fall of 0.21%. The consumer staples sector rose 2.1% led by Coty (COTY), Walgreens Boots Alliance, Monster Beverage, Kellogg, and Colgate-Palmolive. Coty and Monster Beverage released their quarterly earnings last week. (12-0)

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