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Motley Fool: Book this investment

Booking Holdings’ extensive international presence makes it – and its shareholders – likely to reap rewards as more people around the world discover and are able to afford the joys …

Motley Fool: Creative earnings

Creative software specialist Adobe (Nasdaq: ADBE) has seen its stock quadruple in value over the past five years, with the company benefiting from many of the tailwinds driving the economy.

Motley Fool: A smoking dividend

Philip Morris has been able to grow its sales through price increases, even as cigarette shipping volumes have fallen.

Motley Fool: Profits are brewing

If you’re looking for a company that’s growing at a healthy clip, pays a dividend and has been increasing that dividend regularly, take a closer look at Starbucks.

Motley Fool: Southwest should take off

If you can handle some volatility from the industry, give Southwest some consideration as a long-term investment.

Motley Fool: Plunk some money in Splunk?

Companies often need data analytics software to turn that data into actionable insights, and Splunk is a leader in that field.

Motley Fool: Blue chip biotech

Amgen is well-equipped to get through its headwinds, so consider learning more about it before the rest of Wall Street wakes up.

Motley Fool: Not a bitter pill

Investing in biotech stocks can be quite risky, with the potential for clinical failures, regulatory setbacks and new competitors. But for risk-tolerant long-term investors, Vertex Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq: VRTX) is worth …

Motley Fool: The Disney empire

There’s no question that Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS), with a market value recently topping $230 billion, commands an entertainment empire.

Motley Fool: Infrastructure investing

Brookfield Infrastructure Partners’ businesses deliver consistent and predictable income in just about any economic environment. They’re critical to modern life, and are going to be even more in demand as …

Motley Fool: Paper profits

Looking for a solid stock at a reasonable price? Give paper manufacturer WestRock (NYSE: WRK) a look.

Motley Fool: An opportunity in security

Shares of cybersecurity specialist Palo Alto Networks (NYSE: PANW) have been in a slump for much of the summer, recently down over 16% from their all-time high in May. The …

Motley Fool: A stock that can deliver

FedEx has long dominated the air, but it has been steadily gaining on rival UPS in ground shipping speed.

Motley Fool: An undervalued giant

Exxon Mobil might not be firing on all cylinders, but it’s moving in the right direction. .

Motley Fool: Nike sprinting ahead

Nike combines one of the world’s best-known brands with a highly profitable business model and an industry that sees consistent growth around the globe. Sports

Motley Fool: Learn your Alphabet

Alphabet, parent of Google, is an appealing candidate for your portfolio, with a huge defensive moat and investments in a range of promising businesses.

Motley Fool: A growing giant

If you want a company good at adapting to shifting trends over decades, consider

Motley Fool: A healthy opportunity

The addition of Aetna is expected to boost CVS Health’s organic growth rate while resulting in $300 million to $350 million in cost synergies in 2019, and $800 million in …

Motley Fool: A brighter future for Ford

The past few years haven’t been kind to investors in Ford Motor Co., but uncertainty surrounding Ford has investors overlooking its significant upside potential.

Motley Fool: Flipping for Zillow

There is more to Zillow Group these days than just its comprehensive real estate listings and its “Zestimates” feature that provides rough property values.

Motley Fool: Meet the world’s largest video game company

Chinese tech stocks were battered this past year over concerns about the economy and a crackdown by regulators on violent entertainment content, especially in video games. Tencent (NASDAQOTH: TCEHY) is …

Motley Fool: PayPal for your portfolio?

The shift to digital payments has fueled market-beating gains for stocks such as PayPal, and there’s still room for more growth.

Motley Fool: A Shopify Spree

In its most recent quarter, Shopify’s sales shot up 50% compared to the year-ago quarter, and the total number of merchants on the platform now sits around 820,000.

Motley Fool: Aye, Robot

For investors who know enough to look beyond Wall Street’s overreactions and into the business’s fundamentals, iRobot looks like a great growth stock, especially at this price.

Motley Fool: Diversity in one stock

If you’re looking to build a solid foundation for your portfolio, consider shares of Berkshire Hathaway, the conglomerate led by legendary investor Warren Buffett.

Motley Fool: Take a Bite of This

Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) has reaped huge profits from its iPhones, Mac computers and a host of other electronic devices and services.

Motley Fool: Dividends and growth

Chipmaker Skyworks Solutions has a few tricks up its sleeve.

Motley Fool: A Micro-strong investment

With its strong success in cloud computing and that market continuing to grow, investors need to see Microsoft the way many smart people on Wall Street do: as a wise …

Motley Fool: Give it a Whirlpool

Appliance maker Whirlpool (NYSE: WHR) is navigating a complicated environment.

Motley Fool: General dividends, growth

General Mills, the packaged-foods giant with brands such as Cheerios, Totino’s, Nature Valley, Haagen-Dazs, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Old El Paso, Larabar, Gold Medal and Chex, has raised its dividend annually …