Ten Really Great Underpriced Stocks to Consider Buying Right Now

If you want to take a gamble on a tech company that could be the next Google, PayPal could be it. PayPal’s revenue was growing at a rate of 14% in the first quarter of 2015. PayPal’s international revenue grew at a rate of 52% in 2014, the volume of mobile payments it processed grew by 58% and its total payment volume grew by 26%.

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Where Can You Use Apple Pay?

As you can see, many of the biggest names in American retail are still missing from the list, including the nation’s largest supermarket operator, Kroger, which owns such chains as Ralphs, Fred Meyer, Smiths, Harris Teeter, and King Sooper’s. All of the dollar store operators; Walmart, the largest retailer in the universe; Amazon.com; most department stores; and all of the hardware and home improvement stores are also missing.

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Are Tech Stocks in a Bubble?

It looks as if there is no tech bubble; instead, there seems to be individual bubbles surrounding specific stocks. That situation does not look as dangerous as an across the board bubble, but it does indicate a far higher level of market volatility than is being reported.

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Is McDonald’s a Dying Brand?

History teaches us that even the strongest consumer brands can die off. Just this summer A&P, once America’s largest grocer

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Apple Could Begin Self Driving Car Test Soon

It looks like we could see an Apple car on the road in the near future. The only question we need to ask is will it actually have the Apple brand name on it or not?

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Auto Industry Developing Standards for Self-Driving Cars

One reason for this system is to make it easier to insure self-driving vehicles. Such standards will be vital if insurers are to develop policies for autonomous vehicles.

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Apple Pay’s Slow Battle for Acceptance

Apple Pay’s next big test will come this month in the United Kingdom, where the payment app is supposed to be available sometime this month. The service could be much more popular in Great Britain because it will be more widely accepted there, The Verge reported.

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Target & CVS: Is It Canada All Over Again?

Target already lost a lot of customer loyalty with the data breach. If the pharmacy sale gets botched, the results could be worse, particularly if CVS provides a lower level of customer service or major snafus such as CVS not being able to process Target prescriptions result.

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Sirius XM Shows Us How to Create Float

Pandora has effectively been buying likability by giving a fairly expensive product that it pays for—music—away for free. As I pointed out earlier, The New York Times reported that Pandora paid $446 million in music royalties in 2014.

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