What’s interesting about these companies is their purposes to improve human health. Novavax (NASDAQ: NVAX) is working on a COVID-19 vaccine, and Gamida Cell (NASDAQ: GMDA) has promising cell therapy drugs. Especially in light of 2020, health—and ways to stay healthy—has become a hot topic. So, it’s no surprise that companies doing just that are taking off.
With the marijuana sector being so hot these days, experts it’s easy to get trapped in an overvalued stock. Last week, Investors.com published this article entitled “How To Own 3 Marijuana Stocks Analysts Still Say Are Undervalued”.
Nightfood (OTCQB: NGTF) Sleep-Friendly Ice Cream Secures Retail Distribution of Newest Flavor in Multiple...
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Motley Fool recently published an article titled “If You Like Dividends, You Should Love These 3 Stocks”. In the article, the writer starts off on a high note, stating, “These three stocks pay high dividend yields, but they also offer stable businesses for investors.” A combination we love seeing.
In the article, the writer discusses the benefits of companies that are built to last. The most notable in the wake of 2020? They are better able to withstand the negatives and the crashes that can strike us without warning.
Motley Fool recently published an article titled “My Top Renewable Energy Stock to Buy Right Now”. In the article, the writer begins by stating that energy stocks are “…soaring across the market.” There are many popular stocks in the renewable energy field right now such as Enphase Energy Inc (NASDAQ: ENPH) and Solaredge Technologies Inc (NASDAQ: SEDG), and as the writer notes, it’s easy to be confused by all the options.
Amid the GameStop (NYSE: GME) and other meme-stock hysteria in recent weeks, many analysts believe there are some great bargains to be had based on strong fundamentals.
But it isn’t all bad. He notes that stock market crashes can also be opportunities, even for those investors who aren’t fond of risk and volatility. What does he think may be the smartest way to put your money to work during a crash? To buy dividend stocks. To quote the writer, “Since companies that pay a dividend are often profitable and have time-tested operating models, they're well-suited to help investors navigate periods of heightened volatility.”
Tracking approximately 2,000 companies, the Bloomberg team has identified 50 that it believes command extra attention in 2021 based on anticipated news, developments, and the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on our business landscape.
Nightfood Ice Cream Announces New Distribution in Market of Choice Locations Throughout Oregon, Additional...
Market of Choice, located in Oregon, is the first retail chain to add the brand through Nightfood’s new natural product distributor announced in late January. Market of Choice features eleven upscale stores that deliver a wide and carefully curated selection of the finest and freshest conventional, natural, organic, and health-conscious products at affordable prices.