After a cold, hard winter, spending is heating up with the weather. Here are 4 investments for riding that trend.
We may have finally seen the bottom, and now looks like the perfect time to buy into the long-term potential of this rising global powerhouse.
This dividend aristocrat has a strong yield, compelling tailwinds and a unique investment model -- and it's undervalued to boot.
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A massive energy acquisition last year baffled some -- but it's in line to deliver solid returns in coming years. Take the long-term view here.
Stocks go up and down, but the income this trio of 5% yielders provides can help smooth out any investor's returns.
This company is partnering with tech giants to build facilities all over the country, and its shares have jumped 168% in the last year.
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