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Among their favorites is Tesla, which has a $200 plus market price, according to a TD Ameritrade study.
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Both the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones snapped a multi-month winning streak in August but one strategist said there were few attractive alternatives.
After dropping in on Mexico's president, Donald Trump doubles down on his vow to make Mexico pay for a border wall.
Three companies with a precedent of popping on results are scheduled to report earnings after Thursday's closing bell.
The number of layoffs announced by U.S.-based companies fell in August to the lowest level since May, Challenger, Gray & Christmas reports.
If Donald Trump stays on message, he should defeat Hillary Clinton, the two-time GOP presidential candidate tells CNBC.
Apple expects to repatriate billions of dollars of global profits to the United States next year, Chief Executive Tim Cook said.
The recovery in Samsung Electronics' mobile business suffered a blow as reports of exploding batteries forced it to delay shipments of Galaxy Note 7.
An advisor recommends using annuities and life insurance to get as much from Social Security as those who waited until 70.
"Star Wars" Electronic R2D2 and a new spin on Hasbro's popular "Pie Face" game both made the the retailer's top 25 toys list.
Its net loss narrowed to $38.1 million, or 30 cents per share, in the second quarter from $50.2 million, or 42 cents per share, a year earlier.
Twitter has become the target of takeover speculation again, sending its share price 4.5 percent higher on Wednesday.
Donald Trump and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto spoke Wednesday after they met in Mexico, a country Trump has criticized often and loudly.
Donald Trump has good reason to tone down his anti-Mexico rhetoric: it's the world's second-largest buyer of U.S. goods.
Economists on Wednesday backed Mohamed El-Erian's call that the Fed is likely to hike rates if Friday's jobs report is strong.
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