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6 Preferred Stocks That Offer Safety and High Yields

There still is plenty of yield in the depressed preferred-stock market—even after the recent half-point yield decline in the Treasury…

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Exxon Stock Is Up. Oil Is Down. Something’s Gotta Give.

It could be time to sell Exxon Mobil (XOM), given a disconnect between the stock and the oil markets. The…

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Alphabet and Pfizer Stock Look Like Buys, Says This Longtime Market Maven

Joe Rosenberg’s relationship with Barron’s goes back to 1963, when he wrote a bullish article on Trans World Airlines that…

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How to Keep Your Retirement on Track When Inflation Is Up and the Market Is Down

Retirees and investors on the cusp of retirement are under stress this year. Inflation has spiked to multidecade highs, stocks…

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Coffee Is About to Be a Hot Commodity. How to Play a Brief Rally.

It’s time to pour a drop of joe into your portfolio. A recent tumble in coffee bean prices will likely…

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Mariah Carey Rocks Crop Top & Unbuttoned Jeans On Cover Of ‘W’ Magazine: Photos

View gallery Image Credit: Ethan James Green/W Magazine Christmas is almost here and that means it’s Mariah Carey’s time to…

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The Best Financial Moves to Make Now, According to 6 Top Advisors

It’s easy to get swept up in how stocks, bonds, or your portfolio performed today, this month, or this year,…

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Here’s How to Maximize Your Wealth Over the Next Decade

Investors accustomed to blockbuster returns faced a reckoning this year, as the great bull market ended with high inflation, soaring…

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Amazon Stock Is Down Big. Get Ready for a Huge Rally.

Back in July, I wrote a Barron’s cover story that made a bullish case for Amazon.com tied to the enormous…

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The Next U.S. Energy Revolution Is Here. These Companies Will Benefit.

Until now, the U.S. clean-energy revolution has been imported. Other countries make almost all of the batteries, solar panels, and…

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