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Giant aerospace and defense contractor Raytheon is well-positioned in the industry, but is that enough to make it a compelling buy for investors?
Dominion Energy had an active 2018, but one key initiative has set up the giant utility for a better future.
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GE has an iconic name, but it isn't the same company it was before the 2007-to-2009 recession.
BP was once a toxic investment, but has it finally gotten back on its feet? And can it stand toe to toe with giant ExxonMobil?
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Enbridge and Magellan are two important names in the midstream space, but they differ materially on this key issue.
These three stocks are core holdings that provide diversification, yield, and growth. I have no plans to sell anytime soon.
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Two iconic names in the midstream space, one known for its history, one for its size. Which, if either, is the better buy?
The two Brookfield entities are very different, and deciding which one is right for your portfolio requires a little extra thought.
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