The ‘dividend aristocrats’ are beating the market this year. Here’s how investors can take advantage

Struggling retailer Target announced a dividend hike Thursday, keeping its stock in an exclusive club that has proven to be a smart bet for investors this year. This marks 51 consecutive years where Target has increased its cash dividend payout, at an average of 12.65% per year, according to data from S&P Global. This streak … Read more

Tesla, Dish, Nio, Zoom, Rivian, Imax

Here are Tuesday’s biggest calls on Wall Street: Mizuho reiterates Tesla as buy Mizuho said in a note Tuesday that China lockdowns remain a production headwind for Tesla, but that a rebound could happen later this year. “Gigafactory Shanghai Partial Lockdown a Near-term Headwind, Though Potentially Stronger SepQ / DecQ Rebound. … That said, we … Read more

Yamana Gold, Credit Suisse, Unilever and more

Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Yamana Gold (AUY) – The Canadian gold producer agreed to be acquired by Gold Fields (GFI) in an all-stock deal valued at $ 6.7 billion. Yamana Gold shareholders will receive 0.6 Gold Field shares for each share they now hold. Yamana surged 14.9% in the premarket … Read more

General Electric, Warner Bros. Discovery and more

A General Electric (GE) sign was seen at the second China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai, China November 6, 2019. Aly Song | Reuters Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. General Electric – Shares slid more than 11% despite the industrial company reporting top and bottom line beats for the first … Read more

Goldman's ways to play deglobalization, onshoring trend fueled by pandemic and Ukraine war

Goldman Sachs strategists say companies that are reducing their global exposure or benefit from onshoring are outperforming so far this year.

These stocks could rise as Russia-Ukraine war causes U.S. companies to rethink globalization trend

Growing geopolitical risks could spur some investors to consider stocks closer to home.

Inflation increases prices of home furniture and remodeling

Lorena Fortuna, right, and her husband Anderson, holding their daughter Valentina, look at outdoor furniture at the Jordan’s Furniture store in Reading, Mass. on Friday, June 7, 2019. Gregory Rec | Portland Press Herald | Getty Images Demand for home remodeling jumped dramatically in the last two years, as Americans hunkered down in their homes … Read more

Aging homes with higher values could help Home Depot and Lowe’s this spring

A customer wears a protective mask while looking at flowers in the garden center of a Home Depot store in Reston, Virginia. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images Spring has already arrived at some Home Depot and Lowe’s stores, as the companies roll out displays of backyard grills, lawn and garden supplies and power … Read more

Home remodeling could finally cool, bringing these stocks back to earth

Next to Netflix, home remodeling may have been the pandemic’s biggest notion of staying home. From new home offices to expanded decks to basement exercise rooms, homeowners have upgraded and expanded their premises at record speeds in the last two years. That trend seems to be slowing down. After large expected jumps in the first … Read more