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DecemberCompanies That
Won’t Be Around in 2017
By James Brumley
Bankruptcy may not be a foregone conclusion, but one way or another, these companies can’t survive as we know them.
6 Struggling Companies That Won’t Last3 International Energy Stocks for Big Yields
By Aaron Levitt
Looking for big dividends? These stocks offer investors that, plus staying power. 3 Real Gems to Buy3 Plays to Start 2016 With a Bang
By Johnson Research Group
We’ve found a batch of potential short squeezes that are likely to buck the market’s negative trend — and soon. 3 Set to PopThis Stock Is a Staggering Buy for 2016
By Dan Burrows
Its phenomenally successful holiday season solidified the bull case on this stock. One to Buy

10 Worry-Free Stocks to Survive 2016
These ultra-safe stocks rarely take a hit from the market. And even if they do, they bounce back like a rubber ball right after the dip. If you’re interested in a million-dollar retirement portfolio, you’ll definitely want to read this. Click here now.

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Disney Stock Still Isn’t a Star After ‘Star Wars’
By Hilary Kramer
The newest Star Wars film has been a record-breaking worldwide success, but DIS still struggles. Here’s why

5 Reasons Fitbit Won’t Become the Next GPRO
By Brian Nichols
Fitbit is presenting legitimate upside value, and that’s one of many reasons it is superior to GPRO. More on FIT Stock

In Case You Missed It …
10 Best Index Funds for 2016 — And Beyond!

By Kyle Woodley

Build a foundation from these dirt-cheap index funds. 10 to Buy

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