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As promised, Constellation Brands (NYSE:STZ) brought one of its own executives to fill the CEO chair at Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC), the cannabis company it invested in back in 2018. Source: Shutterstock Newly picked David Klein’s mission is to oversee Cannabis 2.0, a line of beverages and edibles infused with pot that became legal in Canada
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Unless you are a devout follower of the InfoWars website, you not only recognize the digital payments revolution but have participated in it. With physical cash becoming increasingly irrelevant in modern society, the long-term thesis for PayPal (NASDAQ:PYPL) is abundantly clear. Thanks to an intuitive interface and ease of use, it’s not difficult to understand how
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Shopping centers continue to die, leaving behind vast swaths of undeveloped parking lots. This undiscovered country makes Simon Property Group (NYSE:SPG), the largest owner of shopping malls in the United States, worthy of investment. Source: Jonathan Weiss / Shutterstock.com But if that doesn’t excite you, take time to consider the dividend, $8.40 over the last
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Back in mid-September, I wrote on InvestorPlace that caution was warranted on cloud computing and virtualization software giant VMware (NYSE:VMW) for one very simple reason: valuation. Specifically, I said that although the outlook of VMware in cloud virtualization was good, it wasn’t good enough to warrant the high valuation of VMW stock at the time. Source: Sundry
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Computer chipmaker Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) has handsomely rewarded investors who bought the company’s stock after last fall’s calamitous drop. Source: JHVEPhoto / Shutterstock.com Since bottoming out last December, Nvidia stock is up more than 70%. The question is, trading at around $220 now, does NVDA still have significant upside? Or are investors looking to get in
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There are controversial companies across nearly every sector and industry. Then there are tobacco companies, arguably the aristocracy of controversy generators among publicly traded stocks. It’s nearly 2020, but tobacco companies like Altria (NYSE:MO) are still viewed as purveyors of turbulent headlines. Source: Kristi Blokhin / Shutterstock.com Altria, the company behind Marlboro cigarettes and Copenhagen
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