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Marley Jay

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Recent articles by Marley:

Jefferies says buy these 14 cheap stocks that are financially strong and positioned for market-beating returns

Jefferies says performance for these historically strong returners is about to improve, and the stocks are also much cheaper than usual. → Read More

Bernstein says buy these 7 stocks that are unfairly beaten-down and built for explosive gains in the future

Bernstein says this careful mix of US and European companies gives investors a smart way to find beaten-down value stocks with real promise. → Read More

A $40 billion wealth-management firm says the US economy is only 19% recovered from the pandemic — and lays out a winning investing strategy in the wake of a massive stock-market rally

Glenmede's new Reopening Index shows why the wealth manager is looking for alternatives to stocks and bonds after a historic market surge. → Read More

GOLDMAN SACHS: Buy these 15 stocks for powerful profit growth after a historic rally leaves the market with little room for error

Goldman Sachs said these companies were among the few that would generate even stronger returns over the next year. → Read More

Todd Ahlsten has dominated the market and his competitors for 2 decades. He lays out the 6 stock-picking decisions that reshaped his portfolio after the coronavirus meltdown.

Fund manager Todd Ahlsten is looking to beat the market during another downturn, and his first few moves have put him well on his way. → Read More

BTIG says to buy these 25 under-the-radar stocks that have been neglected for years because they're tempting M&A targets with big upside

These companies have endured a lot of pain since going public, but some of them could be headed toward good fortune. → Read More

Bill Miller's record-setting fund beat the market for 15 straight years. He explains why he's still bullish on airlines, even after Warren Buffett abandoned the industry twice.

Warren Buffett may have called off his bet on airlines, but one famed value investor still thinks they're a great buy. → Read More

A fund manager who's quadrupled his competitors' returns for 15 years breaks down his 3 favorite stocks — and his top 3 contrarian ideas

Todd Ahlsten has beaten the market for nearly two decades, and he thinks his surprising approach to tech investing will keep him on top. → Read More

BANK OF AMERICA: Investors should buy these 12 cheap stocks to bet on the coming US recovery — but they should steer clear of these 8 competitors

Every investor wants to know what the recovery from the pandemic will look like, and Bank of America says China is providing important clues. → Read More

RBC explains how gold could surge 9% to a record high, even as stocks climb — a scenario that would shatter how investors have thought about the commodity for decades

A lot of market rules have been annihilated in recent months, and RBC says the normal relationship between stocks and gold is one of them. → Read More

Nancy Davis has a pristine track record of calling recent market meltdowns. She outlines a new bubble she sees building in the bond market — and offers 3 strategies for taking advantage.

Nancy Davis, the chief investment officer of Quadratic Capital Management, is earning a reputation for identifying bubbles in the market. → Read More

A fund manager trouncing 90% of his rivals shared with us 5 trades he's making to stay ahead — including a big bet on Disney after it was crushed in the pandemic sell-off

David Dudding was one of the top fund managers as the market melted down in 2018, surged in 2019, and dealt with the pandemic in 2020. → Read More

Award-winning fund manager Randall Dishmon says the way to win at investing is to think like a Warren Buffett-style acquirer. Here are the 3 questions he always asks before buying a stock.

Fund manager Randall Dishmon explains how exactly he takes a company's pulse. It's an approach highly indebted to Warren Buffett. → Read More

GOLDMAN SACHS: Buy these 13 stocks primed to keep delivering powerful dividends as their peers are forced to slash payouts

Dividends are getting cut all across the investing landscape — but Goldman has pinpointed 13 stocks that will keep delivering. → Read More

Quant megafund AQR explains why investors should be more worried about prolonged slumps than virus-style crashes — and details a 3-part process for protecting against them

AQR is says investors should be focused on what future stock market downturns might look like, instead of reacting to the last one. → Read More

An expert tech investor beating 97% of his peers reveals the most important trends in his portfolio — and breaks out his top 3 stock picks for the next decade

Randall Dishmon's fund is still making money this year because he found ways to invest in key themes that grew more powerful after the pandemic began. → Read More

RBC: The world's biggest investors are piling into these 11 high-growth stocks to stay ahead of a market hammered by coronavirus fears

Even when the stock market was cratering, these big bets on growth paid off for leading hedge funds. → Read More

GOLDMAN SACHS: These are the top 11 companies to watch as we enter the best stock-picking environment in over a decade

Goldman says stock-picking conditions are the ripest they've been since the post-Great Recession period of 2009. → Read More

The best small-company stock-picker of the last 5 years tells us what he added to his portfolio after the market crashed — and shares his 3 favorite investments for the next decade

Mark Rayner's out of the way finds include the Bloomberg for Swedish lawyers and a steam power company with 50 straight years of dividend growth. → Read More

The CIO overseeing $270 billion at Guggenheim says stocks will plunge another 27% from current levels — but lays out a series of recommendations for bargain-hungry investors

After a very timely warning about markets and the coronavirus in February, Scott Minerd says investors still need to be careful. → Read More