This Pizza Stock Is Eating Its Way Through The Competition

Pizza Today’s article discusses Domino’s, a popular pizza chain, and why its stock is making pizza-tasting waves. Here’s what they had to say, “The result: Domino’s (DPZ) sales are soaring — at home and abroad — and its stock price would make most investors salivate. Shares are up 40% over the past year, far outpacing the market, and the stock just hit a record high again on Tuesday. Not bad for a place that just a few years ago admitted many customers thought its pizza tasted like cardboard.” To read more, CLICK HERE.

 

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Can We Get To 5,000?

5,000Guess the year: Savage Garden had a number one hit and scooters were all the rage. The year 2000, now 15 years ago (can you believe it??) was the last time the NASDAQ was even close 5,000 but according to today’s article, we’re not too far away from doing it again. Here’s what they said about their list, “Newer components of the tech-heavy index can be quite volatile, since many are taking major risks to bring new technologies, services and products to the market. But as we look at longer periods, the names become more familiar. To focus on stocks with plenty of liquidity, we have limited the lists to stocks with average daily trading volume of at least 50,000 shares” To check out the stocks and to read more, CLICK HERE.

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Check Up On These Health Care Stocks

StethoscopeToday’s article highlights four health care stocks you may want to look into. Here’s what they had to say, “As the market surges higher, investors start to get a touch more concerned about where they allocate capital. One sector that is consistently ranked as an overweight from almost every Wall Street firm we cover is health care. There is a solid reason for that, as health care spending in the United States continues to grow each year almost unabated.” To check out the stocks and to read more, CLICK HERE.

 

 

 

 

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The Stock Market’s Reaction To One Person’s Comments

Wall StreetToday’s article explains how the stock market may have reacted to U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s comments about interest rates. Here’s what they had to say, “Yellen, in her semi-annual testimoney before the Senate banking committee, used a word familiar to investors when she reiterated that the central bank will be “patient” on raising interest rates for the first time since the 2008 financial crisis. Traders took that as a sign that interest rates would remain unchanged until autumn.” To read more, CLICK HERE.

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This Stock May Light Up Your Portfolio

CigarettesWant to invest in the best stock ever? Today’s article showcases one stock that has done well over the last several decades. Here’s what they had to say, “One dollar in the average American industry was worth $38,255 by 2010. That’s an annual return of about 10% per year. Some did far better: $1 invested in food companies was worth about $700,000 by 2010. Chemical and electrical equipment companies returned about the same. ” But the stock they’re covering did 165 times better than the average stock. What is it? To find out and read more, CLICK HERE.

 

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