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MarketWatchSep 26, 2020
Mutual Funds Weekly: These money and investing tips can help you handle the year's most volatile month for stocks
Money and investing stories popular with MarketWatch readers over the past week.

Market Turmoil: Buy These 5 Stocks to Protect Your Retirement (The Motley Fool)
3 Cash-Cow Stocks to Buy Ahead of the Next Market Crash (The Motley Fool)

Forbes HeadlinesSep 26, 2020
The FAAMG Stocks Drive The Markets
Overall it appears that investors have weathered the pandemic storm. However, when you peel the onion there are a lot of tears if an investor doesn't own an Index fund or the five to fifteen stocks that account for the bulk of the Index's rise.

Qualcomm (QCOM) Has Risen 49% in Last One Year, Outperforms Market (Yahoo Business)
Alibaba Group Holding (BABA) Has Risen 63% in Last One Year, Outperforms Market (Yahoo Business)

MarketWatchSep 26, 2020
In One Chart: This ‘stunning and shocking' chart has one Wall Street strategist worried about the stock market's next move
Some of us are old enough to remember the maniacal buying fervor that pushed tech stocks, many of them long since dead, to mind-bending valuations back in the heady dot-com bubble days of 1999. Are we seeing some similar action today?

Google Business NewsSep 26, 2020
Occidental Petroleum Finally Has Some Good News for Investors - Motley Fool
Occidental Petroleum Finally Has Some Good News for Investors  Motley FoolWarren Buffett Says These 10 Words Are Among the 'Best Advice' He Ever Got. (Here's What Happened When He Did the Exact Opposite)  Inc.Fed Shot Its Own 'Elephant Gun' Before Buffett Got the Chance  BloombergWe Ask Successful Investors: If You Could Only Own 3 Stocks, What Would They Be?  The Motley Fool

Market Snapshot: What stock-market investors will be watching for in first Trump-Biden debate (MarketWatch)

MarketWatchSep 26, 2020
FA Center: This mutual fund may have cracked the ‘Buffett Code' — Berkshire Hathaway's secret sauce
AQR's research-based focus on ‘cheap, safe stocks' anchors its Large Cap Defensive Style Fund.

The Motley FoolSep 26, 2020
Better Buy: Amazon vs. Ulta Beauty
Amazon's stock has walloped Ulta over the last few years. Will this dominance continue?

Forget Boeing Stock, TransDigm Is a Better Buy Right Now (The Motley Fool)

MarketWatchSep 26, 2020
Deep Dive: These cheap stocks could see huge gains during a vaccine-driven economic rebound
When analysts raise their earnings estimates, shares of some of the hardest-hit companies will begin to bounce back.

Yahoo BusinessSep 26, 2020
Nikola Corp's founder purchased truck designs from third party - FT
When it comes to Nikola (NASDAQ:NKLA), I think many investors and most of the Street have lost sight of a few important points. Most critically, they don't realize that Nikola stock can soar even if the company does not, on its own, revolutionize fuel-cell and battery technology. Nevertheless, I believe that investors should wait for a better entry point before buying Nikola.Source: Stephanie L Sanchez / As I've pointed out previously, there will be meaningful demand for fuel-cell trucks from many companies that want to show that they care about the environment in general and climate change in particular. Additionally, in certain places, like California and Europe, governments are likely to mandate the use of zero-emission trucks.And it makes sense for battery-electric trucks to be used for relatively short-distance tasks in areas where many people live and/or work. In those situations, the trucks' short range will not be an issue, while their lack of pollution will be an important asset.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThere aren't many companies making "green," full-size trucks now. After performing extensive research on the sector, I've only heard of several such companies, including Toyota (NYSE:TM), Hyundai, Workhorse (NASDAQ:WKHS), and Lightning Systems which is partnering with Plug Power (NASDAQ:PLUG). * 7 Hot Stocks to Buy on Robinhood Now Given the relative lack of competition in the "green truck" space, Nikola can succeed -- and Nikola stock can sur

Yahoo BusinessSep 26, 2020
Can Tesla Really Produce A $25,000 Self-Driving Electric Car?
The sell-off in Nikola Corporation (NASDAQ: NKLA) since the Hindenburg Research report accusing the company of being an "intricate fraud built on dozens of lies" took a breather on Friday. Investors must now decide if the fraud allegations and the departure of chairman Trevor Milton is a long-term buying opportunity or if the worst is yet to come for the stock.The Bull Case: Earlier this week, Cowen analyst Jeffrey Osborne defended Nikola. Osborne said investors should understand that the optics of Milton's departure are terrible for the stock in the near term, but the resignation will help minimize distractions in the longer term."We believe Steve Girsky at the helm of the Board and Mark Russell and Kim Brady controlling the communications and narrative from management will set a more measured and less promotional tone with investors," Osborne wrote in a note.Osborne said he has known the Nikola team for nearly three years and he doesn't believe the company is a fraud. However, investors should understand it will take the company some time to build back investor trust.Osborne said Nikola's partnership with General Motors Company (NYSE: GM) was a major milestone for the company, and Cowen is anticipating production of Nikola's battery electric vehicles to begin in the fourth quarter of 2021.The Bear Case: Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives downgraded Nikola and said there are two reasons why risk for the stock is to the downside.First, Milton was the visionary for the company, and his departure changes the story moving forwar

NYTimes BusinessSep 25, 2020
Tech Stocks Lead Wall Street Higher: Live Business Briefing

The Motley FoolSep 25, 2020
What Correction? S&P 500 Surges as Apple Leads Tech Stock Boom and Cruise Stocks Rise; Oil Stocks Fall
One analyst says it's time to buy cruise stocks, and a bunch of investors are already there on Big Tech.

MarketWatchSep 25, 2020
Bond Report: Long-dated government bond yields post weekly slide as stocks run into turbulence
Treasury yields on Friday barely budged but longer-dated government debt posted weekly declines, and prices rose over the five-day period, as stocks faced headwinds centered on a lack of fresh coronavirus stimulus from Washington lawmakers, rising cases of coronavirus and jitters about the Nov. 3 presidential elections in the U.S.

Market Snapshot: Stocks close higher, as late-session rally clinches Nasdaq's first weekly gain since August (MarketWatch)
Dow industrials, S&P 500 rally mightily on Friday but fail to avoid longest weekly losing streak in over a year (MarketWatch MarketPulse)

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 25, 2020
Zillow raises home price growth outlook even as sales are set to 'gradually decline'
Zillow Group Inc. raised on Friday its outlook for home price growth over the next year, as sales and prices have stayed strong through the summer given increasingly short inventory and continued strong demand. The online real estate services company said it expects adjusted home prices to increase 1.2% from August to November. From August 2020 to August 2021, Zillow now expects adjusted home prices to rise 4.8%, up from a previous forecast of a 3.8% increase. The raised price outlook comes despite expectations for adjusted home sales to peak this fall and "gradually decline" through 2021, although sales volumes overall are expected to remain above pre-pandemic levels throughout this year and next. Zillow's Class C shares, which were little changed in premarket trading, have more than doubled (up 112.9%) year to date, while the S&P 500 has inched up 0.5%.

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MarketWatch Breaking NewsSep 25, 2020
U.S. stocks end higher Friday, but Dow, S&P 500 suffer weekly losses
U.S. stocks end higher Friday, but Dow, S&P 500 suffer weekly losses

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