Newsblare

Top 50            Stocks to Buy

Stock to Buy

3 Best S&P 500 dividend stocks to buy as markets rally

In 2022, when the overall market conditions were tough, the S&P 500 Index saw a decline of more than ~18%, and the stocks which paid dividends exhibited that they can provide some protection in the falling markets. For example, talking about the stocks which are present in S&P 500, and which paid dividend saw a

Read More
Stock to Buy

3 Best undervalued oil stocks to be considered by investors

During 2022, when equity market saw the bloodbath, rally in the oil stocks was considered as the success story. This was seen because, even though inflation impacted the consumer spending and business sentiment, crude oil price saw favourable impacts. Apart from this, geopolitical events, mainly the war between the Russia and Ukraine, further helped the

Read More
Stock to Buy

3 Best healthcare dividend stocks to buy as 2023 comes to an end

In the time span of 4 years, the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in huge changes in the US healthcare sector’s structure and its working style. Period of 2020 and 2021 saw numerous challenges for both patients and healthcare service providers. Though there were several difficulties, there continued to be strong momentum of innovation and expansion in

Read More
Stock to Buy

3 Best debt free penny stocks to buy right now

The companies which focus on operating debt-free are quite rare in current business environment which prioritizes significant growth and which focus on capturing the market opportunity as and when it arises. Here, the saying that it takes money to make money holds perfectly true. This is even more apt if businesses focus on making money

Read More
Stock to Buy

Top 3 Stocks Recommended by JP Morgan for Long-term

JPMorgan has been categorised as a banking giant, and it had ~$3.74 trillion in total assets as at 30th June 2023, making it the biggest private bank globally. Presence of the banking giant spans throughout the world and mainly America, and retail and investment banking divisions of the bank are divided in 2 arms. Firstly,

Read More
Stock to Buy

3 Best growth stocks for long-term to buy at current levels

2023 can be regarded as the dynamic one for the overall stock market. In 1H, S&P 500 delivered a strong gain of ~16.4%, as an ~8% increase in 2Q challenged bearish market sentiments. However, 3Q gave less favorable scenario for entire market as there were concerns about inflationary pressures and the US Fed continued its

Read More
Stock to Buy

Where to invest $1000 right now? Top Stocks to Buy Now!

With 2023 year reaching its conclusion, there continues to be growing consensus that expected recession, which was once a topic of concern, is now being avoided. As per Goldman Sachs’ 2024 outlook report, there should be modest growth in the US economy in the next year and the financial giant does not see the onset of

Read More
Stock to Buy

Best quality stocks to buy in 2024 and hold for 1 year

At the time of analyzing stocks, there are several tools which are available to both professional and retail investors. The 2 popular approaches include value investing and growth investing. Both these approaches are being significantly used in the financial community. There are analysts who can select best quality stocks to buy in 2024 through using these

Read More
Stock to Buy

Best global infrastructure companies having strong growth opportunities

When we hear the word infrastructure, our minds are filled with images related to roads, bridges, water supply systems, transportation networks, etc. However, over past couple years, for several people throughout the world, this definition of infrastructure has changed a lot. In a developed economy such as the US, where majority of the people have

Read More
Stock to Buy

Best cheap stocks suggested by global hedge funds

With the end of 2023 fast approaching, the recession has not hit the world’s biggest economies such as the US and China, which predicted by the analysts earlier in the year. In March, more than ~70% of National Association of Business Economics’ (NABE) survey panelists expected that the growth in consumer price index (CPI) should remain more

Read More