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Yahoo BusinessJan 17, 2020
If You Had Bought Canada Goose Holdings (TSE:GOOS) Stock A Year Ago, You'd Be Sitting On A 32% Loss, Today
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Yahoo BusinessJan 17, 2020
3 Buy-Rated Energy Stocks with Stellar Dividend Yield
Markets ended 2019 with an overall gain of 29% on the S&P 500. It was a fine cap to end the year, but will it last? Not so sure; Wall Street is predicting a far more modest run in 2020, with the end-year targets averaging just a 2% gain.The outlook reflects relative risk assessment, rather than depression. With tensions rising in the Middle East, a US Presidential election just nine months away, 2020 is starting out with plenty of uncertainty on the horizon.That uncertainty has investors worried, and when investors get worried they look for a safety net in their investment strategy. It's a draw that naturally pulls them to dividend stocks. Dividend stocks don't offer the same high share appreciation as growth stocks, but they do offer a steady income stream. And when markets a volatile, a steady income stream is a hot commodity.Savita Subramanian, Bank of America's head of US equity and quantitative strategy, put this way in her ‘year ahead' outlook: "How to hedge against things going wrong? We now prefer utilities (pure domestic, stable earnings) over staples as a way to generate high dividend."Utilities - electricity, water, and the like - are strong option for dividends - their reliable cash flows make it easy for them to maintain the payouts. But you can drill down further, to a more basic level, because the utilities won't run without commodities. And that brings us to the energy companies.The energy industry has the hallmarks of a recession-proof stock, perfect for periods of volatility. It operates in an essential econom

MarketWatch MarketPulseJan 17, 2020
Qualcomm stock gains after Citi upgrade
Shares of Qualcomm Inc. are up nearly 4% in Friday morning trading after Citi Research analyst Christopher Danely upgraded the stock to buy from neutral and upped his price target to $108 from $89. "We expect upside to both revenue and margins for Qualcomm going forward given share gains in 5G, higher [average selling prices], and increased royalty revenue," Danely wrote. While he's worried over the long run about declining royalty rates and Apple becoming more involved in its own chip process, he expects the 5G rush "will put these trends on hold for at least the next 12 months like in previous upgrade cycles." Shares have added 21% over the past three months, as the S&P 500 has risen 11%.

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Yahoo BusinessJan 17, 2020
3 "Strong Buy" Stocks for the 5G Revolution in 2020
5G could be the key growth driver for "tech" stocks in 2020.That's the upshot of a new report out of investment bank Needham this week, as its analysts report back from the just-ended Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Accelerating sales of both handsets and the infrastructure needed to make them work will provide a "major growth catalyst" for semiconductor-makers in particular, and tech in general, opines Needham, accelerating off a slowdown in the second half of 2019."5G handset roll-outs [will accelerate] throughout 2020, especially in the 2H," culminating in total phone sales of perhaps 200 million by the time the year is out. So... how do you plan to play this trend?Leveraging TipRanks' Stock Screener tool to comb through Needham's picks, we've come up with three stocks that win high marks not just from the analyst making this 2020 forecast -- but from Wall Street analysts in general. Here's what you need to know about them.Tower Semiconductor (TSEM)First up is Tower Semiconductor, which as the name implies is a maker of analog intensive mixed-signal semiconductor devices.Investors in Tower Semiconductor stock can expect to see "low double-digit" organic growth in 2020, says Needham analyst Rajvindra Gill. And while that may not sound like much, it's significantly faster -- potentially as much as twice as fast -- as the 6.7% growth rate that most Wall Street analysts are expecting (which could mean additional up
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