Salient to Investors:

Eamonn Fingleton writes:
  • Being a contrarian in the value tradition, I like larger-than-average dividends that often come with out-of-favor stocks.
  • Motley Fool contributor Alex Dumortier says the “sell in May and go away” adage record using the  S & P 500 back to 1926 has some truth but  not enough to justify going into cash.
  • Prefer high-yield stocks, US regional banks that pay a dividend and exhibit insider buying.
  • Germany and most other key eurozone nations are still solvent. The euro will be back.

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