Making the Grade

There are thousands of stocks out there to choose from, but in order to build long-lasting wealth, you have to invest in the right ones. So how do professional investors sort the best opportunities from the worst? Our “Making the Grade” column ranks and compares companies based on key fundamental and technical metrics… ultimately making profitable investing easier and simpler.

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Holiday Spending Is About to Begin

It’s that time of year! Holiday spending is set to start in just a few days with the 10.10 shopping festival and Prime Day.

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4 ETFs to Play the Fourth Industrial Revolution

These four ETFs are easy and inexpensive ways to play the Fourth Industrial Revolution trend.

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COVID-19 Trend Says Short the Slaughterhouses, Go Long on Grocers

More Americans are eating at home right now, but those grocery store sales aren’t enough to offset the losses from shuttered restaurants.

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The Gaming Industry’s Record March Is Only the Beginning

The video game industry’s historic March is only the beginning of a trend that will last long after the pandemic is over.

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5 Companies Trading at a Discount

Investors, this is your second chance. These five companies were expensive before but are now trading at a discount.

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5 Restaurant Stocks I’m Not Taking a Bite of Yet

A market crash is usually the time to go shopping for discounts, but be wary of these five stocks right now.

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Think Twice Before Chasing These Four Yields

Income investors typically chase yields in times of market panic, but you should stay away from these four.

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4 Companies Set to Thrive During Coronavirus Shutdowns

These four companies will shine as businesses and schools shut down to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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8 Ways to Play the Stock Market Meltdown

Here’s how to play the stock market meltdown to your advantage.

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Coronavirus Outbreak Stocks Are Crashing

The coronavirus outbreak stocks that skyrocketed during initial news of the epidemic are now falling.