Wedbush Sees Buying Opportunity in These 3 Stocks

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Sometimes, the buying opportunities aren’t so obvious. It’s the job of Wall Street’s investment and research firms to clarify the situation – and Wedbush has been at the forefront of stock research for 65 years. The firm’s cadre of 52 analysts have more than 3,400 reviews on record – their collective finger is on the pulse of the stock market. And in recent weeks, they have pointed out three stocks that investors should consider buying.

We’ve used the TipRanks database to pull up the details on these stocks. They’re an eclectic bunch, covering a variety of business sectors, and Wedbush’s analysts see a far higher upside potential for each of them than Wall Street’s conventional wisdom would allow. Two of these stocks have been upgraded to Buy; one has been initiated at a Buy. Let’s find out why.

Harley-Davidson (HOG)

First on our list is one of the world’s most

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Republicans Finalizing Their Next Coronavirus Relief Package

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After days of intra-party squabbles and months of delays, Republicans on Thursday came closer to an agreement among themselves on another economic stimulus package that would help Americans reeling from the resurgent coronavirus pandemic.

The proposal, which is expected to be unveiled later this week, will ultimately need the support of Democrats and is likely to change if it becomes law.

One of the biggest priorities for President Donald Trump — a payroll tax cut — will not be in the bill. The idea had little support within the Senate GOP despite the president’s monthslong insistence on it.

The package will, however, include another round of stimulus checks, as well as some kind of extension of enhanced unemployment benefits.

“We want to make sure that the people that are out there that can’t find jobs do get a reasonable wage replacement so it will be based on approximately 70% wage

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Make This Labor Day Weekend Special By Renting An RV

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Labor Day weekend will be here before you know it, and the end-of-summer holiday is the perfect chance to take one last vacation with your family before the kids are back in school.

If you’ve been itching for a change of scenery but have concerns about traveling during the coronavirus crisis, RV travel is a fun, affordable way to explore the country while still practicing social distancing. And thanks to RVshare, renting an RV has never been easier.

RVshare is the world’s first and largest peer-to-peer RV rental marketplace, with over 100,000 listings across the country with rentals ranging from travel trailers to luxury motorhomes. Renters can use RVshare’s listing filters to find the perfect RV that suits all of their vacation, tailgate or temporary lodging needs.

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In Picking Up Work Here and There, Many Miss Out on Unemployment Check

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Annie Frodeman, who cobbled together work shifts registering emergency patients at a hospital, and as an airport ramp agent, in her airport safety vest near her home outside Burlington, Vt., July 21, 2020. (John Tully/The New York Times)
Annie Frodeman, who cobbled together work shifts registering emergency patients at a hospital, and as an airport ramp agent, in her airport safety vest near her home outside Burlington, Vt., July 21, 2020. (John Tully/The New York Times)

Annie Frodeman often worked 40 hours a week or more — full time by most lights. She just worked them at two jobs.

Four or five mornings a week before the coronavirus outbreak, she worked as an airport ramp agent for Piedmont Airlines in Burlington, Vermont — hoisting bags on and off planes, refilling the water tanks, and sometimes emptying aircraft lavatories — for less than $15 an hour. The rest of the time she signed up for shifts in the emergency room at University of Vermont Medical Center, registering patients for $20 an hour.

While Burlington is expensive, Frodeman said, the two jobs together provided the income and flexibility that she

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US deaths surpass 1,000 for second straight day, jobless claims rise for first time since March; baseball is back

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Baseball is back The daily U.S. death toll surpassed 1,000 for the second straight day and hospitalizations were again peaking as the paralyzing coronavirus pandemic showed little sign of easing Thursday.

The Johns Hopkins University data dashboard reported 1,195 U.S. deaths Wednesday, high by standards of recent weeks but still only half of the daily toll during the outbreak’s deadly peak in the spring. The Covid Tracking Project, however, showed almost 60,000 people are currently hospitalized, less than 200 short of the highest totals from April. 

The Labor Department reported Thursday that 1.4 million people filed initial applications for unemployment benefits last week, the first weekly increase since March.

Major League Baseball was providing a silver lining, opening its season Thursday. The virus-shortened season comes almost four months late and minus fans in the stands. The Washington Nationals, last year’s World Series champs, were hosting the venerable New York Yankees 

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This online class can help you get your finances in order for just $40

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This online class can help you get your finances in order for just $40
This online class can help you get your finances in order for just $40

TL;DR: Learn how to better handle your money with The Complete Personal Finance Master Class Bundle for $39.99, a 97% savings as of July 23.

Financial anxiety is a very real thing. In fact, about 72% of American adults report feeling stressed about their finances, whether it’s worrying about how to pay rent or feeling crippled by debt. And now that we live in uncertain times, negative feelings surrounding money are understandably heightened.

Don’t let financial anxiety take over your life. The best course of action is to face your issues head-on and do whatever it takes to gain financial freedom. And if you have no idea what that means, the Complete Personal Finance Master Class Bundle can help.

On sale for a limited time, this bundle contains courses on financial management, stock trading, real estate,

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From Asking For Ventilators To Zero Patients

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HOBOKEN, NJ — In late March, as the coronavirus pandemic was sickening both New Jersey residents and their doctors who lacked the protective equipment to deal with it, Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla shared a desperate plea from Hoboken University Medical Center: they needed 13 ventilators for critical care patients, and would run out of the life-saving equipment in a few days.

On March 26, Bhalla held a press conference next to the hospital, saying approximately a third of the hospital’s patients had the virus or were awaiting test results.

A release on the city’s webpage said, “The hospital is also near capacity of ventilators for critical patients, and is soon anticipating an additional surge of patients due to COVID-19.”

A CBS reporter who went to investigate wrote on Twitter on March 26, “I’ve seen 6 people walk into ER in an hour. All in masks. Can hear the cough from

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More Wells Fargo customers say the bank decided to pause their mortgage payments without asking

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In March, Tammi Wilson was checking on her family’s mortgage online at Wells Fargo, when she saw a link to information about COVID-19 on the bank’s website. After clicking through, she provided contact information so she could receive materials on programs at the bank. Days later, she said she returned to the payment page to transmit what she and her husband David owed on their loan. A message popped up saying she had no active accounts and she could not make the payment.

Wilson later learned what had happened. Without her knowledge, the bank had put her into a program that suspended payments on her federally backed loan. Known as forbearance, it is a CARES Act program that aims to help borrowers who are having trouble making their payments because they’ve been hurt by COVID.

Because she had not asked for the bank’s help, Wilson continued to make all her

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Symptoms of COVID-19? Here’s what you can do right now

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Telemedicine claims have surged more than 8000 percent during the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo: Getty Images)
Telemedicine claims have surged more than 8000 percent during the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo: Getty Images)

Developing symptoms of COVID-19 is understandably terrifying. And, if you don’t have a primary care physician or you’re nervous to go to your doctor’s office or local hospital, it’s hard to know what to do.

That’s where telehealth comes in. Many doctor’s offices have shifted to providing healthcare through video chat or over the phone during the pandemic. For patients who don’t already have a provider, services like Amwell, one of the top telehealth platforms in the country, allow for quick and easy access to a doctor without a long wait time, and it’s relatively inexpensive for those who do

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A Week In Seattle, WA, On A $73,000 Salary

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Welcome to Money Diaries where we are tackling the ever-present taboo that is money. We’re asking real people how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we’re tracking every last dollar.

Today: a Clinical Research Coordinator who makes $73,000 per year and spends some of her money this week on a mint plant.

Occupation: Clinical Research Coordinator
Industry: Oncology
Age: 28
Location: Seattle, WA
Salary: $73,000
Net Worth: The only money I have saved is $15,000 in my retirement account, however, my net worth is still negative due to my student loans.
Debt: $180,000 (student loans)
Paycheck Amount (1x/month): $4,700
Pronouns: She/her

Monthly Expenses
Rent: $1,700, of which my boyfriend pays $700 (rent includes utilities)
Student Loans: $0 (My student loans are normally about $1,800 but they are on hold right now while I get my MBA)
Streaming Services: $60
Internet: $50
Pet Insurance: $60 (It’s

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