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Cramer also sounded the alarm on dividend stocks — securities with high yields that investors often flock to when they fear a slowdown. “This strategy of hiding in dividend stocks only works if you’re confident that the dividend itself is safe, that it won’t be cut by management in the not too distant future,” he
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The platform also lets advisors monitor assets that clients hold elsewhere – such as 401(k) accounts – in order to make more accurate financial plans. The platform includes four main parts: portfolio advice, which lets advisors construct portfolios and screen investments; portfolio risk, which helps advisors evaluate the risks changes could bring to a portfolio
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The Trump administration’s mixed messaging on trade with China could result in increased tensions between the United States and the People’s Republic, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Monday as the major averages endured a technology-led sell-off. After hearing the hard-line stance embraced by Vice President Mike Pence in his Oct. 4 speech at Washington’s Hudson Institute,
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Schlumberger Ltd.: “My charitable trust owns SLB and it owns BP because these have good yields and good balance sheets and I think that oil is not done. I was going back and forth with my colleague today and he said, ‘Listen, you’ve got to be really careful. This is the twilight of fossil.’ And
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As the economy strengthens, more workers nearing retirement age are feeling better about their economic prospects. That’s the good news. Still, many others are worried about their savings, or lack of savings, and how they will get by once they stop working for good. Overall, 85 percent of working Americans said retirement will be a
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Target Corp.: “I think that the sector has to go down because it’s part of the fact that the Fed keeps tightening. They go lower. I think Target’s doing OK, but I wouldn’t buy it till after it reported.” Wynn Resorts Ltd.: “No. Ever since [former CEO] Steve Wynn left, we left with it.” Tesla
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The findings come as other research points to abundant financial challenges for women in their golden years. Yet women are not letting that stop them from seeing this as a time of empowerment, according to Christine Russell, senior manager of retirement and annuities at TD Ameritrade. “[Women] have sacrificed for others throughout their lives, but
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.: “What a great company. $93 billion market cap company, run incredibly well. That’s my kind of company for this environment.” Arconic Inc.: “We’re not arbitrageurs. Let’s just take the profit and run, or even, frankly, let’s just go, because we don’t know how that deal’s going to work out.” Qualcomm Inc.:
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In an uncertain investing environment, CNBC’s Jim Cramer likes to highlight “the best of the best” of the “slowdown plays,” or stocks that do well in a weaker economy. So, on Tuesday, the “Mad Money” host profiled the turnaround at Bausch Health Companies, the drugmaker formerly known as Valeant Pharmaceuticals. Under the leadership of Chairman
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Given that Medicare can seem like a confusing web of options, it’s no wonder that many consumers rely on licensed professionals for help. If you’re among those who turn to an agent or broker, it’s worthwhile making sure the person has evaluated all of your 2019 options during Medicare’s open enrollment period, which ends Dec.
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Aurora Cannabis said revenue jumped 260 percent over the last 12 months, with kilograms produced climbing to 4,996 from 1,010 over the past year. That’s up nearly 400 percent. Earnings attributable to common shareholder surged 2,862 percent to 104.2 million Canadian dollars, while total revenue was CA$ 29.7 million. The Canadian-traded Aurora shares rose slightly
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Screenshot | Microsoft live stream Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and SAP CEO Bill McDermott announce the Open Data Initiative at Microsoft’s 2018 Ignite conference in Orlando, Florida. Legacy tech companies have been scooping up smaller cloud and software providers in massive deals throughout 2018. The consolidation comes as older enterprise tech
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SAP is acquiring Qualtrics for $8 billion, snapping up the survey software company just before its planned IPO. The all-cash deal has been approved by the boards of both companies and by Qualtrics shareholders, SAP said in a statement on Sunday. Qualtrics competes with SurveyMonkey, which went public in September. Qualtrics is bigger and growing
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