The banking stock is an undervalued choice for conservative total-return investors.
It's conventional wisdom that's creating the havoc we are now stuck in, yet this isn't the end of the world.
These economically-sensitive companies are poised to provide strong gains in the second half of the year.
The bank will have to settle for nearly half what it originally agreed with Santander 2 years ago.
A number of encouraging signs hint that equities are safer in the financial sector.
These 2 stocks in very diverse industries are hitting the dividend sweet spot.
As the economy improves, these two companies are poised to reap the benefits -- one from the nuts-and-bolts side, the other from a financing angle.
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