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Top 10 Bank Stocks For 2017

The number of customers opening new checking accounts and credit cards with Wells Fargo fell sharply in February, compared to a year earlier, as the bank seeks to contain the damages from a scandal that involved launching accounts withoutpermission.

Wells Fargo said that new consumer credit card applications fell 55% in February while consumer checking accounts declined 43%, compared to a....More>>>

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The picks below are part of Kiplingers Personal Finances annual Best List, a roundup of the best values in all the areas we cover from funds, stocks and ETFs to credit cards and bank accounts to cars, college, kid stuff, phone plans, travel and health. Discover all our Best List picks here.

Kiplinger’s Best List, 2016 Best Mutual Funds You Can Invest in for $125 or Less....More>>>

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In some ways, gift cards are the equivalent of looking under the Christmas tree to find that your significant other got you socks. Sure, you need socks, some of us maybe even want them, but for the majority of gift-receivers, a gift-giver taking the lazy option often makes the actual gift less special.

That’s what happens when someone decides to give a gift card. It counts as a gift,....More>>>

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A band of rebels from a galaxy far, far away has helped Disney finally join the ranks of winning stocks this year.

Shares of Disney (DIS) rose 2% Monday following the strong global box office for “Rogue One” — the first of several planned spin-off movies in the “Star Wars” franchise.

The stock was also added to Bank of America/Merrill Lynch’s....More>>>

Top 10 Logistics Stocks To Invest In 2017

Back on March 1st, I wrote that Royal Bank of Canada (NYSE:RY) was “a great value” with shares down at $51. Today, US shares of Royal sit at $61, a significant appreciation in value over the last six months. Overall, that would be a gain of about 19%. Not bad at all.

Courtesy of Google Finance.

Shares are significantly higher today. In addition, Royal Bank of Canada....More>>>