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Stocks to Watch

Stocks to Watch is Investing Daily’s number one daily offering for investors looking to gain the maximum edge for their portfolio. Full of unique, fresh market insights, Stocks to Watch delivers actionable guidance on the most profitable investment opportunities from today’s headlines.

Check out the Stocks to Watch archive below for in-depth tips and strategies on investing profitably in today’s market. You will uncover how legislation is affecting the economy, where the highest yields are hiding, where strong fundamentals are being overlooked, and much more.

If you’re looking for the latest ideas to invigorate your portfolio, Stocks to Watch is the best place to start.

Don’t Be a Greater Fool

The greater fool theory refers to those who buy an investment based on the notion they will be able to sell it at a profit to a “greater fool.” As stock valuations reach nosebleed levels, we show you how to avoid becoming that fool.

Forget Snap! Here’s a Smarter Tech Bet

The Snap IPO is yet another red flag that the stock market is frothy and poised for a day of reckoning. But bargains still exist, even in the overbought technology sector. We examine a small-cap “rocket stock” in the hot field of The Internet of Things.


Monday’s Mail: Albert Einstein, Vladimir Putin, and Gordon Gekko

Letters this week touched upon lithium batteries in electric vehicles, avionics in aviation cockpits, and Russian hackers in American elections. Among these diverse topics, we pinpoint the investment opportunities.

For The Tastiest Restaurant Profits, Look to Bah-ston

Rising consumer confidence is propelling the fortunes of restaurant stocks, especially those in the “fast casual” niche. Here’s why Dunkin’ Brands Group is your best play on this accelerating trend.




Profit From Oil’s Rise… With This Aviation Stock

Helicopters have evolved from “disruptive” technology to aerial workhorses that perform vital roles. Case in point: The global oil and gas industry couldn’t function without the offshore transportation provided by Bristow Group, a rotorcraft operator that’s poised for outsized gains. Here’s why the stock is an under-the-radar play on rising energy prices.

This Tax Year, Get Your “Black Belt” in Finance

As the April 18 filing deadline looms on the calendar, learn these jiu-jitsu tax moves that could save you thousands of dollars every year. Make sure you don’t give Uncle Sam a penny more than necessary! Take all of the tax deductions and breaks that you legally deserve.

Promises, Promises: Can Trump Deliver For Investors?

My Millennial daughter thinks her Baby Boomer dad is hopelessly square and she’s probably right. She rolls her eyes when I play music that was popular with the turtleneck-and-martini crowd during the 1960s. This past Friday night, while I nursed a cocktail, Burt Bacharach’s 1968 tune Promises, Promises popped up on my stereo and it […]

Investment Summit: Conversation With a Stock Sherpa

I asked our resident investment guide Jim Pearce a few questions about the state of the markets today. Jim is chief investment strategist of Personal Finance and Breakthrough Tech Profits. He also serves as director of portfolio strategy for Investing Daily. In addition to being a stock guru, Jim is an avid cigar aficionado (as […]

Friday Mailbag: GoPro, the Zika Virus, Inflation… and More

During the tumultuous 1960s, the influential futurist Marshall McLuhan predicted that technology would transform human society into a “global village” of instantaneous communication that transcended national boundaries. McLuhan would recognize today’s online world. Just as the printing press of the early Renaissance empowered individuals, the Internet is giving voice to the average person. Accordingly, the […]

The New Kids on the Biotech Block

The political pressure on biotech is easing, as congressional committee hearings into biopharmaceutical scandals fade into memory and Donald Trump’s populist promises to crack down on drug pricing are supplanted by his moves toward deregulation. We focus on how to profit from the “disruptors” in the biotech space.

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