Best Stocks for 2020: Disney Offers a Magical Blend of Risk and Reward

Editor’s note: This article is a part of InvestorPlace.com’s Best Stocks for 2020 contest. John Jagerson and Wade Hansen’s pick for the contest is Disney (NYSE:DIS).

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As we mentioned in our May 2020 update on Disney (NYSE:DIS), the stock’s problems seemed to be more related to systemic weakness in the market rather than a problem with our original argument for the trade. We feel that our

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Finally time for limiting hikers, hiring more Forest Rangers in Adirondack High Peaks?

Last weekend was ideal to be out hiking in the Adirondacks. Warm temperatures, sunny skies, with fall foliage color near or at its peak in many places.

The result was record crowds on trails of the popular High Peaks – numbers so great that some state and local officials were left shaking their heads wondering whether it’s finally time to limit the numbers of hikers through paid permits for parking

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Art is ‘popping up’ in Fenton | News for Fenton, Linden, Holly MI

 The Fenton Arts Council (FAC) is bringing art to the community through a series of eight pop-up activity stations this fall. This is en lieu of the Arts are the Heart weekly events normally held over the summer.

 According to the FAC, each challenge is created to be interactive for friends and families and multi-generational. The FAC encourages photos of the participation to share to social media with the hashtag

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Aiken area has several events to help celebrate Halloween | Entertainment

With trick-or-treating being a hit or miss for some parents, there are plenty of events and more that are sure to satisfy one’s sweet tooth.

Aiken Fall Fest

Gates open at 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday Oct. 2-11, located at the Western Carolina State Fairgrounds, 561 May Royal Drive.

In lieu of the canceled Western Carolina State Fair, Reithoffer Shows Inc. is putting

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What An MCU Comic Accurate Jamie Foxx Electro Could Look Like


Exclusive art by ApexForm imagines what Jamie Foxx’s Electro could look in the MCU, following news he’ll appear in Spider-Man: Homecoming 3.

New art imagines what a comic accurate version of Jamie Foxx’s Electro could look like in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Electro is one of Spider-Man’s biggest adversaries in the comics, though he’s gone up against other heroes as well. As part of the Sinister Six, Electro has had

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Meet candidates running for Port Hueneme City Council

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5 Things to know about the Nov. 3 election

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Five candidates are vying for two seats on the Port Hueneme City Council on Nov. 3. 

The candidates include two Incumbents defending their seats. Sylvia Andrea Schnopp, the current Mayor Pro Tem, is the longest serving member of the council. She was first elected in 2008. 

Will Berg, the retired director of marketing for the Port of Hueneme, just

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Ballot drop-off boxes start arriving in Maryland: How safe is your vote?

The first wave of what will eventually be hundreds of large ballot drop-off boxes are being stationed across Maryland. What are they made of? Who’s watching them? How safe will your ballot be?

A row of ballot drop-off boxes.

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A motorist drops off a mail-in ballot outside of a voting center during the 7th Congressional District special election, Tuesday, April 28, 2020, in Windsor Mill, Md. The election to fill a seat left open by the death last October of Congressman Elijah Cummings has been dramatically reshaped by the coronavirus outbreak. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
A motorist drops off a mail-in ballot outside of a voting center during the 7th Congressional District special election, Tuesday, April 28, 2020, in Windsor Mill, Md.
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Virtual travel offers tourists a chance to see the world

JAMTSO, MY TOUR GUIDE in Bhutan, was scheduled to show us a famous Buddha statue. But under lockdown restrictions, he instead gave us a tour of his colorful wood-beamed house, where his wife, Gyelmo, showed us how to cook a popular Bhutanese dish (lots of hot peppers!).

He also introduced us to his mother. As many Bhutanese people do every day, she was praying for peace for all the world’s

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What Columbus GA voters need to know about absentee ballots

Columbus could be headed for a historic November General Election, as more voters than ever request mail-in absentee ballots amid a global pandemic.

Muscogee County this week mailed out more than 25,560 ballots, eclipsing a record set in Georgia’s June 9 primaries, when the total topped out at about 25,000.

Usually Columbus voters request 6,000 to 8,000 mail-in ballots for a presidential election, said Nancy Boren, executive director of the

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Nathan Small and Brandi Polanco preview

Michael McDevitt, Las Cruces Sun-News
Published 10:04 p.m. MT Oct. 1, 2020

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Many states are planning on drastically different elections this year and mail-in ballots could be a big game changer.

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LAS CRUCES – State Rep. Nathan Small, D-Doña Ana, is being challenged by schoolteacher Brandi Polanco for the District 36 seat in the New Mexico House.

Small, a former Las Cruces city councilor and a conservationist,

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A $2 Billion Ski Development Near Park City Creates an Avalanche of Controversy

One of New York City’s most prominent real-estate developers is betting years of his life—and a nine-figure sum—that he will be the first in four decades to successfully build a new, full-service ski resort in the United States.

The obstacles are legion. The local approvals process can be lengthy and uncertain. Costs are massive—even more so in this project, where portions of the land are polluted with mine tailings containing … Read More

New Haven opens community learning hubs to help students with remote learning | News

NEW HAVEN, CT (WFSB) – With students in New Haven continuing their online education for another month, New Haven is setting up sites where they can not only get their work done, but have some supervision during the day.

These sites are being called Community Learning Hubs. They will be staffed and have WIFI so students can log into their virtual classrooms.

A handful of community partners have already opened

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