Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares Image source: Getty Images. I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. With trading heading towards a close on the final day of November, what an amazing month it’s been. First, Joe Biden’s US election win gave stocks an early lift. Then news of three highly effective Covid-19 vaccines launched share prices into the stratosphere. As I write, the FTSE 100 index has soared by 765 points (13.7%) in November — a record monthly return. Likewise, US stocks have been buoyant this month, with the S&P 500 index leaping by over 350 points (10.8%). Yet the Footsie has shed 1,200 points in 2020, leaving it down almost a sixth (15.9%). That’s why I believe there are still cheap shares hiding in plain sight in the index.Value investing still worksAfter exaggerated reports of its death, value investing came roaring back in November. As investors switched from high-priced, fast-growing tech stocks into economically sensitive sectors, cheap shares in banks, energy companies, and other old-economy industries had a bumper month. Jeremy Grantham, co-founder of asset management giant GMO, said a very powerful line this month. He warned, “The one reality you can never change is that a higher-priced asset will always produce a lower return than a lower-priced asset”. I agree, which is why I buy cheap shares rather than popular stocks. After all, the higher the price you pay, the lower your future returns will be. That’s why I’ll be a value investor for life.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Cheap shares: L&G looks good to meUntil they bounced back hard this month, Legal & General (LSE: LGEN) shares were having a rotten 2020. Before Covid-19 crashed markets, shares in the widely admired life assurer and asset manager were doing well. At their 52-week peak, they hit 324.7p on 13 December last year. Three months later, during the spring market meltdown, they crashed by 57.5% to a bargain 138p on 19 March.After bouncing back until early June, these cheap shares crumbled again. At 184.5p on 29 October, I said L&G stock was a compelling buy for value investors. So it proved to be. Today, as I write, L&G’s share price is 255.7p, up more than 71p (38.6%) since 29 October. That’s an excellent return in just 31 days, but I expect more from this great British business and its cheap shares.I’d keep buying into this quality companyAlthough it’s been a terrible year for the global economy, L&G has survived much worse, including two world wars and the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918. That’s because this venerable British institution’s pedigree stretches all the way back to 1836. Today, L&G has powerful positions in UK protection products and savings, managing over £1trn of assets for more than 10 million customers worldwide. That’s a good spread of risk — and L&G’s fortress-like balance sheet is packed with a range of quality assets.Today, L&G shares are still fairly cheap, but not as ridiculously low-priced as they were in, say, March and October. They trade on a price-to-earnings ratio of around 12.5 and an earnings yield of 8%. Also, they offer a very enticing dividend yield of 6.9% a year, more than double the 3.2% on offer from the wider FTSE 100. That’s why I’d buy this quality stock today, ideally inside an ISA, to enjoy decades of delicious tax-free dividends and capital gains! “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” Cliff D’Arcy | Monday, 30th November, 2020 | More on: LGEN NWG Enter Your Email Address I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner.But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared.What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations.And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. 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Kristin Chenoweth and Jennifer Lopez play neighbors in the new thriller The Boy Next Door and we honestly can’t decide which one we envy more. The Tony winner stopped by Late Night to chat with Seth Meyers about the first time she met J-Lo and what it’s like to be on vocal rest in preparation for a Broadway return in On the Twentieth Century. “About once a night, you gotta shut it down. After I get home at six, I don’t speak.” The upside, as Cheno shows us, is that she’s gotten really great at charades. She also discusses the ridiculous birthday gift she recently got her dad. Take a look at the clips below to see why! Star Files View Comments Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on July 19, 2015 Kristin Chenoweth On The Twentieth Century
5 Castille Court is in original condition. On the waterfront: 5 Castille Court, Isle of Capri.He said the 789sq m fan-shaped block would provide the perfect canvas for a new build.“People can’t find new homes in these positions,” Mr Graham said.“The option is to buy the old house, design your home and have that ultimate position with your new family home.“This is a huge fan-shaped block where the water frontage (25m) is larger than the street frontage.”The highest sale on Castille Court is $2.5 million for No. 1 in 2011.Isle of Capri is home to some of the most lavish mansions on the Gold Coast, yet the locale remains largely a sleepy residential community.The island also has a solid community of young professionals and families who are attracted by the central location and Surfers Paradise State School. Would you renovate or rebuild?“It is an original house that the buyers will most probably demolish and rebuild because the position is just irreplaceable,” he said.“It comes down to the age old saying of ‘location, location, location’.”The late Kevin and Maureen Murphy bought the five-bedroom house at 5 Castille Court for $99,000 in 1976.It’s expected to sell for big bucks at auction.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North2 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa21 hours ago“It was built in 1973 and nothing has been done to the house since then,” Mr Graham said.“It’s completely original- there’s green carpet and even a timber bar.” What a position! 5 Castille Court, Isle of Capri is set to go under the hammer on December 7.LOCATION is everything in real estate and this Surfers Paradise property is testament to just that.Real Estate agent Robert Graham of Ray White Prestige Gold Coast said while the Isle of Capri house needed some work its location was what set it apart.
“Paul accepts that he has not been playing well in the last few matches but that’s all,” said Mourinho.“He is not playing well, period. And the team needs him at a good level.Once upon a time… 6 years ago I played my first official match with our team ?? Dissapointed with yesterday’s result bt we’ll come back stronger.#wecanalwaysdobetter @ManUtd #mufc pic.twitter.com/r1RI1bPUtg— Paul Pogba (@paulpogba) February 1, 2018“And when he is not playing at a good level the team is not as good as the team can be.“I think it happens with every team when the best players, the most crucial players, for some reason are not performing.”Pogba’s absence robs Mourinho of a final opportunity to find the right blend with his star midfielder and January signing Alexis Sanchez both in the side before United travel to Sevilla on Wednesday night for the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie.Share on: WhatsApp The French midfielder, who returned to United from Juventus for a then world record £89 million (100 million euros, $125 million) in 2016, hasn’t completed 90 minutes since a 1-0 win at Burnley just under a month ago.Pogba was substituted with United trailing in recent defeats at Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United, and dropped when Huddersfield visited Old Trafford on league duty two weeks’ ago. London, United Kingdom | AFP | A frustrating few weeks for Manchester United’s Paul Pogba continued when he was ruled out of Saturday’s FA Cup fifth round trip to Huddersfield Town due to illness.“U23s midfielder Ethan Hamilton has taken his place in the squad,” United posted on Twitter.United boss Jose Mourinho angrily insisted on Friday that rumours his relationship with Pogba has broken down were “lies”.
Facebook155Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Sarah Lane for FirstLight HomeCare – South SoundWhen my husband, Greg, and I told our friends and family we had decided to open FirstLight HomeCare – South Sound, they kept asking us the same question – “What’s your plan?”We heard it over and over again. And since neither of us had ever started a business before, it was a genuine, sincere inquiry. But we didn’t decide to start a local home care agency on a whim. Both of us had experience in successful organizations, I had worked previously placing caregivers in the homes of seniors and Greg had spent six years as president of a thriving non-profit media corporation. We also spent well over a year developing a detailed blueprint to guide us through the launch and growth of our FirstLight business.At the core of the plan was one simple objective – Be The Best. That is, offer our clients the best possible care and the best service around.Greg and Sarah Lane opened FirstLight HomeCare – South Sound with the goal of serving their community with the best service and care they could.Home care is unlike any other business. Our clients are asking us into their lives and their homes. Their families are placing their trust in us to support and care for the health, safety and security of their loved ones. To Greg and me, the personal commitment we make to our clients and their families is our most important responsibility each and every day.Providing our clients with the best care possible starts with hiring only the very best caregivers. The rigorous hiring process we use focuses on the qualities that make exceptional caregivers and we never compromise on the character screening, drug testing and comprehensive background checks we conduct on every applicant. These high standards are essential to us finding the expert caregivers with a passion for aiding others and whose greatest concern will be the health and well-being of the person for whom they are caring.But how does a home care agency like ours measure whether we are accomplishing our goal of being “The Best”? Well, so far this year, we’ve received two strong indicators that we’re on the right track:Best of Home Care. In January, FirstLight HomeCare – South Sound won two Best of Home Care Awards. We were proud to be named both a “Provider of Choice” and an “Employer of Choice” for the second year in a row. The Best of Home Care Awards are based upon independent feedback gathered from clients and caregivers by Home Care Pulse, the industry’s leading firm in performance benchmarking and quality satisfaction management. FirstLight HomeCare – South Sound is one of only seven Washington home care agencies to win BOTH awards in 2016 – and the only agency in Thurston County to receive either award.FirstLight HomeCare – South Sound is proud to be named “Best Home Health Care Agency.”Best of South Sound. Then last month, FirstLight HomeCare – South Sound was named “Best Home Health Care Agency” in the 2015 Best of South Sound The Best of South Sound is voted on by the people in our community, including the clients and families we serve and our colleagues in health care.What makes us most proud of these awards is that both are based upon the independent opinions of others, including those we serve, those who work for us and those we work with, signs that we are achieving our goal of providing “the best” possible care to our clients and their families.Sarah LaneSarah Lane is a certified Home Care Aide and owner of FirstLight HomeCare — South Sound. To learn more about home care, respite care, dementia care, or any of the non-medical home care services offered by FirstLight HomeCare, give Sarah a call at 360-489-1621 or go to www.southsound.firstlighthomecare.com.
Facebook52Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Washington State Department of TransportationWashington state is earthquake country. As part of an ongoing effort to minimize damage when a quake strikes, crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will begin a new construction project to help protect Interstate 5 in Olympia.This work will strengthen the I-5/Pacific Avenue overpass. Crews will install steel jackets on four separate bridge columns in order to help withstand quakes.The work will require reduced lanes on Pacific Avenue approaching I-5. One sidewalk will remain open. The work will not affect I-5 or the Pacific Avenue ramps.The project will begin as early as Monday, January 6. The work is scheduled to be complete by early spring.Visit the Thurston County construction and travel updates web page to get advance notification for construction-related changes to Pacific Avenue.WSDOT also provides email updates for major roadwork on state highways in Thurston County. Real-time traveler information is available from the WSDOT app and by following the WSDOT regional Twitter feed.