H & R Block Inc (NYSE:HRB) investors finally have something to smile about. After falling sharply over the past couple of years, shares of the tax preparation specialist soared 15% last Wednesday on a much-needed market-topping earnings report. Management has.
Blue-chip stocks aren’t always the safest investments. Oil and gas behemoth Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM), for instance, continues to trade near 52-week lows, down about seven percent already in 2017 and off roughly 12% from its July highs. ExxonMobil’s drastic.
Coach Inc (NYSE:COH) is finally gaining some positive momentum. After plummeting sharply over the latter half of 2016, COH stock has already bounced 10% in 2017 and is up about 15% from its 52-week lows set in December. The luxury.
Double-digit declines among large-cap stocks are a pretty rare occurrence these days. But that’s what almost happened on Wednesday when American International Group Inc (NYSE:AIG) stock plummeted nine percent after reporting disappointing quarterly results. As regular readers know, I’m constantly.
I typically advise our readers to shy away from red-hot momentum stocks, especially large ones. The Texas Instruments dividend stock, for instance, is up a whopping 48% over the past year, easily outpacing the Dow’s return (at the time of.
Never lose interest in a stock simply because of a low dividend yield. For instance, it would’ve been pretty easy for income investors to pass on Visa Inc (NYSE:V) stock and its regularly paltry sub-one-percent dividend yield in recent years..
Merck & Co., Inc. (NYSE:MRK) stock is frustrating. Longtime readers of my work know how much I love to accumulate big pharma stocks when they go on sale, but MRK stock just keeps on running. The shares have already gained.
I’m always on the lookout for solid dividend stocks showing some price weakness. General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) stock, for example, is down about six percent over just the past five days, while the Dow has essentially remained flat. Now a.
Dividend Stocks Worth Looking At There’s really nothing better than finding solid dividend stocks on the cheap. The stability offered by a stable income stream, coupled with attractive upside stemming from a low stock price, can provide investors with an.
An investment like Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) stock typically scares me. A company sporting a market cap of about $500.0 billion, with MSFT stock is sitting at a 52-week high and trading at a forward price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio above 20? No.