JD.com Set to Enter the U.S. in the 2nd Half of 2018

Chinese e-commerce leader JD.com (JD) is expanding into the United States, and has plans to debut its services in Los Angeles later this year.

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BlackRock Killing It With iShares and Lower Taxes

ETF’s are all the rage right now, and BlackRock (BLK) is killing it with it’s iShares ETF’s. But what peaks my interest is a lower tax rate on profits.

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Ulta Salon’s Numbers Still Look Great

Although Ulta Salon (ULTA) stock is well off its highs of over $300 a share, the numbers still look great. ULTA has what it takes to get back on track.

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Ollie’s is Expecting Accelerated Profit Growth

Olli’s Bargain Outlet (OLLI) is growing profits between 25% and 29%. That’s great! What’s better is growth is expected to accelerate to 32% in coming qtrs.

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Five Below Continues to Be a Marvelous Retail Stock

Five Below (FIVE) is a stock most of the investors I talk to are unaware of. Because it’s a kids dollar store. But this stock is one of the retail leaders of today, and looks good going into 2018.

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Natural Disasters Set to Boost Home Depot in 2018

Natural disasters such as wildfires in California and Hurricanes in the Southern US are expected to boost profits for Home Depot in 2018. And a good housing market helps too.

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Monster’s Tax Rate Set to Decline from 32% to 21%

Monster Energy (MNST) expects to have its tax rate decline from 32% to 21% in 2018, which will mean a huge boost for profits. That could boost the stock higher, as could a buyout offer from Coke.

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Something’s Holding Baozun Back

Baozun (BZUN) stock has doubled in the last year, but still carries a P/E of only 33 — with an Est. LTG of 69% a year! I think something’s holding this stock back.

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Regeneron’s Acting Bad, But Looking Good

Regeneron (REGN) stock has been acting bad lately, but the Biotech’s got a P/E around 20, making it a good bet for long-term patient investors. At least I think so.

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Netease Creating Barbie Video Games With Mattel

Netease (NTES) and Mattel have started a joint venture to bring Mattel’s vast array of toy brands to life in the video game market. Here’s my take on NTES stock for now and in the future.

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