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Google Market NewsJan 20, 2019
Apple store lists iPhone SE from US$249 - stock clearance or making way for the SE 2? - Notebookcheck.net
Apple store lists iPhone SE from US$249 - stock clearance or making way for the SE 2?  Notebookcheck.netApple again starts selling iPhone SE, this time on clearance for $249  AppleInsiderApple Begins Selling iPhone SE Again on Clearance Store, Starting at $249 Brand New  Mac RumorsApple is once again selling its iPhone SE — for now  The VergeLeaked emails show Apple tried to use Qualcomm modems in iPhone XS/XR, but with no success  9to5MacView full coverage on Google News

The Motley FoolJan 19, 2019
What the Pentagon's New Missile Defense Program Means for Defense Stocks
The Defense Department has released an ambitious plan to increase missile defense spending. The details are scarce, but a handful of companies are well positioned to win big over time.

FT.com - China, Economy & TradeJan 19, 2019
China-focused equity funds suffer worst year in a decade
Performance hit by big falls in tech stocks, economic slowdown and weaker earnings

The Motley FoolJan 19, 2019
3 Reasons Baker Hughes Stock Could Rise in 2019
A lot of the industrial-services company's success will be determined by the market for oil and gas, but this one thing matters immensely.

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Stock Market Earnings Reports - So Far, So Good, But We Need More
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MarketWatchJan 19, 2019
NewsWatch: U.S. stock market has switched to bullish from bearish too quickly
Benchmark indexes have recouped half their losses in a little over three weeks — perhaps too fast.

MarketWatchJan 19, 2019
The Tell: Disney, Dollar Tree, a trash collector and a ski resort are top picks from this year's Barron's Roundtable
Stock pickers tell Barron's the 48 ways they think investors can prosper in a changing and tumultuous world, including the best selections among down-and-out industrials and fast-growing pharma stocks.

KiplingerJan 18, 2019
The Dogs of the Dow 2019: 10 Dividend Stocks to Watch
The "Dogs of the Dow" is a simple but successful value investing strategy that many on Wall Street swear by. It's easy: At the beginning of the year, buy the 10 highest-yielding dividend stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Hold them for a year. Next year, rinse and repeat.

While this does result in higher-than-average income, the investment case really is a value one. The idea: A high dividend yield - in the kind of rock-solid blue-chip stocks the Dow tends to hold - implies that shares are oversold. Meanwhile, the continued payment of dividends shows that management remains confident in the company's earnings. Investors thus should profit both from an above-average yield, as well as an eventual recovery in share prices once Wall Street realizes its selling has gone too far.

How well does the strategy work? In 2018, the Dogs of the Dow lost just 1.5% on average versus a 5.6% decline for the Dow and a 6.2% drop for the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index. The win marked the Dogs' fourth consecutive year of outperformance. And already in 2019, some Dogs are baring their fangs.

Here are the 10 dividend stocks that make up the Dogs of the Dow, listed in order of their dividend yields as of the start of 2019. We also list their current yields, which have shifted a bit in the first few days of this year's trading.

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Reuters Company NewsJan 18, 2019
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rally on trade hopes, dollar has 1st weekly gain of 2019
World stock indexes jumped on Friday, with Wall Street posting a fourth straight week of gains, and the dollar had its first positive week since mid-December as optimism increased that an end is in sight to the U.S.-China trade conflict. Stocks w

KiplingerJan 14, 2019
The Best Emerging-Markets Stocks for 2019
If you think 2018 was a rough year for American stocks, take a look overseas. Emerging markets were absolutely hammered last year.

The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (EEM), the most widely followed proxy for emerging-markets stocks, finished 2018 down 17%. Many individual developing countries fared even worse. The Xtrackers Harvest SCI 300 China A-Shares ETF (ASHR) - which tracks the performance of China's largest domestically traded shares - lost 29% last year. The iShares MSCI Turkey ETF (TUR) shed 43%.

But as we jump into 2019, there are several reasons you might want to give EMs another look.

To start, emerging-markets stocks actually were less volatile than American stocks during the wretched final quarter of 2018. Three months isn't a long enough period to draw any firm conclusions, but it's starting to look like investors have already largely abandoned emerging markets and there's "no one left to sell." That could mean a relatively low-risk entry point for an investor looking to allocate new money to emerging markets.

Secondly - and perhaps most importantly - emerging markets also are wildly cheap relative to American stocks. Perhaps not surprisingly, the U.S. market is now one of the most expensive in the world, according to estimates by Star Capital, trading at a cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings ratio ("CAPE") of 26.8. To put that in perspective, developed markets as a whole trade at a CAPE of 22.2, while emerging markets as a group trade at a CAPE of just 14.5.

Emerging markets can be a roller-coaster ride. The booms can make you wealthy, but the busts can be devastating. So don't overload your portfolio in EM stocks. But at today's prices, it makes sense to have a little skin in the game. With that said, here are five solid emerging-markets stocks to buy in 2019.

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