Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) isn't getting much attention right now. In one way, that's good, but it also points to an opportunity. In this video, Motley Fool contributors Jason Hall and Jeff Santoro discuss what's happening with Bank of America, and why it's a pretty smart buy right now.
AMC Entertainment (NYSE: AMC) has dropped like a rock over the past year, and for good reason. It's losing money and burning cash. In this video, Travis Hoium covers the challenge and discusses whether a recovery is imminent or not.
There will always be a healthcare industry, and it will always be a place to find great long-term stocks. You probably know healthcare conglomerate Johnson & Johnson for some of its former brands, like Tylenol and Band-Aids.
Investors in the package delivery giant will have to be patient, but the long-term outlook is excellent.
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Investors can relax, though, because they don't necessarily have to pick a single winner in streaming services. When thinking about streaming stocks, Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) is probably the first one that comes to mind. Netflix currently has 238 million subscribers in more than 190 different countries.
Up 36% and 56% in 2023, these two stocks should still have plenty of room to run when looking 10 years ahead.
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Building positions in dividend stocks can help investors overcome market volatility and generate reliable passive income streams. If you're looking to add dependable, income-generating stocks to your portfolio, two Motley Fool contributors believe that you would be smart to start building positions in AT&T (NYSE: T) and Home Depot (NYSE: HD) right now. Investors who divide $10,000 evenly across these two dividend stocks can look forward to annual income generation of $490 per year, and both stocks also have the potential for significant stock price gains.
A space capsule carrying NASA’s first asteroid samples streaked toward a touchdown in the Utah desert Sunday to cap a seven-year journey. Flying by Earth, the Osiris-Rex spacecraft released the capsule from 63,000 miles (100,000 kilometers) out. The capsule was expected to parachute down four hours later onto the military’s Utah Test and Training Range.
Master investor Warren Buffett may not strike you as an expert in artificial intelligence (AI). Read on to see why our AI panelists suggest e-commerce veteran Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN), comsumer electronics giant Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), or Buffett's own company, Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A) (NYSE: BRK.B). Nicholas Rossolillo (Berkshire Hathaway): Sure, Berkshire Hathaway is invested in a couple of tech stocks such as Apple and Amazon that could log exceptional growth from AI.
Symbiotic (NASDAQ: SYM) and SoundHound AI (NASDAQ: SOUN) represent two different ways to invest in the growing artificial intelligence (AI) market. Symbiotic develops AI-powered robots for automating large warehouses, while SoundHound develops speech recognition technologies for a wide range of industries.
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Artificial intelligence (AI) has been all the rage this year, with the biggest names in technology all getting in on the action. Helping spark the AI gold rush in 2023 are recent developments in the field of generative AI, which can create original output, handle repetitive tasks, conduct research, and even write code. Business executives are scrambling to implement this technology, which promises vast productivity gains, saving companies time and money.
This year, multi-decade-high interest rates helped create a challenging operational environment for many bank stocks. The abrupt failures of Silicon Valley Bank (a subsidiary of SVB Financial), Signature Bank, and First Republic Bank earlier this year brought intense scrutiny to the entire sector. KeyCorp (NYSE: KEY), the parent company of KeyBank, underperformed its peers and its stock is down 34% year to date.
STORY: At least eight protesters were detained by police, video footage showed.In a written statement, Letzte Generation quoted a “56-year-old physicist and spokesman” for the organisation as saying “we are sorry to prevent runners from participating in the marathon without disruptions but we are in an emergency situation,” adding the world could not afford to wait for a change in climate politics any longer.Letzte Generation activists have in the past caused large-scale disruption by gluing themselves to roads and blocking rush-hour traffic across Germany.
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Artificial intelligence is driving a new growth phase for the world's largest social media company.
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