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Wall Street analysts’ favorite stocks for 2022 include Alaska Air, Caesars and Lithia Motors

General Motors, Salesforce and PayPal are among the 20 S&P 500 stocks that analysts strongly favor and expect to rise the most. Read more

Selling lucrative stocks in a bull market is a tough decision, but you’ll thank yourself when the bears take matters into their own hands.

Manage Taxes, Rebalance Your Portfolio, and Eliminate Big Tech: These New Year’s Resolutions can give your investment portfolio a healthier 2022. Find out more

US small-cap stocks will likely lag behind the S&P 500 next year, according to DataTrek. Here’s why.

The Russell 2000 Index will likely underperform the S&P 500 in 2022, according to DataTrek Research. Read more

As the S&P 500 breaks records, keep an eye out for these disturbing signals

Why does it seem like so many stocks are struggling in this environment? Read more

Look for the best dividend paying stocks to stay in the money in 2022 and beyond

High-quality dividend-paying stocks, compared to bonds, now offer attractive value. Read more

Wall Street banks post record $ 10 billion IPO turnover even as average investors in 2021 face worst returns in years

Wall Street banks are posting a record number of revenue from initial public offerings in 2021, despite the IPO’s worst performance in at least 3 years. Read more

These are the 10 tech megatrends for 2022 – and the stocks to buy

From cloud computing to autonomous vehicles to 5G, here’s what to watch. Read more

These stocks are down at least 20% from 2021 highs, but Wall Street sees them gaining as much as 87% in 2022

More than 90 large-cap stocks are down at least 20% from their 2021 highs, but analysts are enjoying it a lot, including, PayPal and Disney. Read more

The Most Critical Part of Financial Planning for Retirement

Choosing the right planner and advisor can make all the difference Read More

A New Year’s resolution for retirees

How often should you check your wallet? Read more

Widely adopted ESG ratings today and net zero commitments are mostly worthless, say two pioneers of sustainable investing

Tony Tursich and Jim Madden of Calamos say they have developed their own criteria. Read more



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