This battle between SaaS companies is so tight that only a surprising tiebreaker makes the final call possible.
We think shares of Amazon, American Tower, and NVIDIA have a great chance at replicating or beating the Nike's success.
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In this low-rate environment, here are three North American banks offering higher-than-average yields.
The fastest-growing chipmaker, a Latin American e-commerce player, and a company helping out police forces all make the list.
Picking the loser of the three is easy. The other two, however, are neck-and-neck.
Amgen, Johnson & Johnson, and Wal-Mart could do well even if the economy falters.
Senior housing, planes, and the world's leader in customer service all make the list.
Wal-Mart, Rollins, and Dollar General are three dividend payers that can thrive in a market-crash situation.
It has nothing to do with money.
One of these three just barely nudges out another. And one of them easily comes in dead last.
The current yield is actually one of the least important variables.
Peer-to-peer lending, big data, and the next generation of e-commerce could all make huge returns in your portfolio.
Many people consider HP a has-been, but there's value in shares now. Is that enough to overtake Microsoft?
A bank, a tech company, and a huge pharmaceutical player are all still buys.
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Finding good companies at a good price is always a smart investment decision.