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Motley Fool: Dividends and growth

The stock of major drugmaker AbbVie (NYSE: ABBV) has been priced at a discount lately over worries that more than 60 percent of its total revenue comes from one drug, …

Motley Fool: Building profitable model

The Home Depot’s stock isn’t a screaming bargain, but it’s likely to reward patient investors over the long run.

Motley Fool: Pfor your pfortpfolio?

Pharmaceutical behemoth Pfizer (NYSE: PFE) has a lot to offer investors.

Motley Fool: Good to be in hot water

A.O. Smith is one of the three largest makers of water heaters in North America. Its recently depressed stock price presents a compelling opportunity.

Motley Fool: All the right moves

Investment banking giant Goldman Sachs has a reputation for finding ways to make money in any market environment, no matter how challenging.

Motley Fool: The House of Mouse

Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) recently kicked off a new fiscal year with an earnings decline because of an unusually weak movie-release schedule. But 2019 is looking up.

Despite e-commerce, some big stores are thriving

The Motley Fool Take Many investors are steering clear of brick-and-mortar retailers, worried about the rise of e-commerce. But while plenty of retailers are struggling, and big names such as …

Motley Fool: Bank on it – online

The internet revolution has changed everything about the way consumers conduct their financial affairs. One of the pioneers in online banking is Axos Financial.

Motley Fool: Around the block with Ford

Ford is working on improving manufacturing efficiency and focusing on higher-margin products.

Motley Fool: Machine-vision growth

Machine vision specialist Cognex (Nasdaq: CGNX) is a much-admired growth company with significant exposure to many long-term growth trends in automation and robotics.

Motley Fool: Law-and-order profits

Over the past 12 months, revenue at Axon Enterprise (Nasdaq: AAXN) has grown 21 percent. That’s pretty good, and if you look under the hood, you’ll see multiple levers that …

Motley Fool: Set to takeoff

JetBlue’s stock may not be a screaming bargain, but it’s appealingly priced for long-term believers and at least deserves consideration.

Motley Fool: Video game growth

Video game developer Activision Blizzard (Nasdaq: ATVI) is known for titles such as “Call of Duty,” “World of Warcraft,” “Hearthstone” and “Candy Crush.” Over the past few months, its stock …

Motley Fool: A buy-and-hold contender

Amazon shares were recently down about 34 percent from their 52-week highs, and there’s good reason to believe that buying now could pay off handsomely in the long run.

Motley Fool: Cancer-fighting biotech

It’s rare to find rapid growth coupled with a relatively low valuation in the biotech industry, but that’s what you get with cancer-drug developer Exelixis,

Motley Fool: Calling on Verizon

Verizon has been laying the expensive framework for its 5G network, which has launched in limited markets. That’s great for long-term investors.

Motley Fool: Google this stock

If you’re searching for a strong and growing company with a stock that isn’t terribly overvalued right now, take a look at Google parent company Alphabet

Motley Fool: Garbage Greatness

Waste Management (NYSE: WM) owns a network of garbage-collection routes, waste-processing facilities and landfills that would be hard, if not impossible, to replicate.

Motley Fool: Quack, quack

With conditions remaining favorable in the insurance industry, Aflac is poised to retain its status as a leading provider of profitable supplemental coverage for millions of customers.

Motley Fool: Investing in Warren Buffett

As long as Warren Buffet’s successors stick to his conservative, value-based approach, Berkshire Hathaway can continue to thrive.

Motley Fool: Growing pains, big dividend

IBM is a perfect example of a well-respected company undergoing what many hope is a temporary rough patch.

Motley Fool: A biotech bargain?

Biotech stocks are rarely value stocks, but Celgene is an exception.

Motley Fool: Gamble on Procter

The broader consumer products industry is facing wider challenges, yet Procter & Gamble is faring better than its peers in some respects.

Motley Fool: Building material profits

Temporary headwinds experienced by Owens Corning don’t justify how its shares have been punished.

Motley Fool: Profitable storage

Public Storage offers a lot of stability. Over the past few quarters, its occupancy rate has easily topped 90 percent – and it’s even stronger in the supply-constrained West Coast …

Motley Fool: In your Face(book)

Facebook’s average revenue per user has room to grow, and the company is still early in the game in exploiting the fast-growing online advertising industry.

Motley Fool: A revved-up stock

General Motors (NYSE: GM) faces concerns about rising aluminum and steel prices and a plateauing North American new-vehicle market, but it has made smart moves, positioning itself well in the …

Take this stock for a spin

Few great dividend-paying stocks look more attractive than appliance titan Whirlpool.

Motley Fool: Made-to-order growth

Moves suggest McDonald’s recent growth may continue.

Motley Fool: Prescription for profit

Shares of CVS Health have had a tough year, dropping in large part due to fears about Amazon’s potential entry into the pharmacy business.