These three are set for a great 2020 and potentially even better decade to follow.
Berkshire Hathaway's return on investment from its stake in the bank is significant.
Brookfield is finally snapping up TerraForm in its entirety, and another yieldco leaves our grasp.
Word of management changes and a huge spike in trading volume boosted shares.
How does 90% in gains sound? That was No. 10 on the list.
These three growth stocks were a mixed bag in 2019, but this investor expects great things from the bunch in 2020.
Shares of a newly public data analytics company and a tiny advertising software specialist will be going in my portfolio before the calendar turns to 2020. Both have multibagger prospects that growth investors should love.
A top executive team (led by the biggest shareholder) remains in charge, and a sell-off has created a great bargain with this company in a multitrillion-dollar industry.
For dividend growth stocks that promise rising payouts, look no further than the S&P 500's Dividend Aristocrats.
News that the offshore driller found a new CFO has moved shares back above the $1 mark.
A global infrastructure giant or a high-growth electric utility that's also one of the biggest solar and wind operators on earth?
The company could get a huge check from the IRS in 2020 if Congress extends some expired tax credits.
Plug Power has a history of destroying investor capital. Tellurian's founders have a history of making investors rich.
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Global demand for liquefied natural gas is only growing, the U.S. has ample supplies of it, and there are plenty of ways for investors to get in on the action.
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These aren't businesses you'd expect to see as worth buying, particularly if a recession is looming.
With an all-cash deal set to take Pattern Energy private, investors should start looking at other yieldcos now.
The maker of green decking would likely see its sales fall during a recession. With a number of economic indicators pointing toward one being imminent, what should potential Trex investors do?
Bankruptcy fears have investors fleeing the company's stock today.