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CME pays a regular dividend of 60 cents a share and will likely pay a special dividend at year-end. That could lift the total payout to $5.67 a share in 2017, estimates Bank of America Merrill Lynch, giving the stock a hefty 5.1% yield.

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A real estate investment trust, Crown Castle leases space on nearly 40,000 cell-phone towers to wireless carriers, such as AT&T and Verizon. Income is climbing as customers consume more data on mobile devices. Cable providers such as Charter Communications and Comcast also plan to roll out wireless service in 2017, boosting demand for space on cell-phone towers. As a REIT, Crown Castle must shell out at least 90% of its taxable income to investors. Paying $3.80 per share, the stock yields 4.4%.

But according to HSBC, we may well return to the world of deflation in 2017, which bodes well for dividend stocks. "Deflationary pressures have been a long time in the making, are largely structural in nature and will not disappear quickly. Aging populations, low productivity growth and high levels of debt are at the very root of this issue, which continues to linger," wrote strategist Herald van der Linde.

But according to HSBC, we may well return to the world of deflation in 2017, which bodes well for dividend stocks. "Deflationary pressures have been a long time in the making, are largely structural in nature and will not disappear quickly. Aging populations, low productivity growth and high levels of debt are at the very root of this issue, which continues to linger," wrote strategist Herald van der Linde.

While U.S. government bond yields are currently rising, they could fall later in 2017, making utilities, consumer staples and dividend plays popular again. Tencent (700.Hong Kong/TCEHY), NetEase (NTES) and Largan Precision (3008.Taiwan) could all surprise with higher dividend payments, predicts HSBC.

IMX data indicated that investors stayed with Nasdaq-listed large cap stocks that have been market outperformers and show as net buys, time and again, including: Apple (AAPL), Facebook (FB), (AMZN) and Tesla (TSLA). TD Ameritrade clients also increased their net holdings in Ford (F), AT&T (T), Verizon (VZ), Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B).

Dow Rises 4.6% in Sixth Straight Up Quarter Trump stocks have faded, but tech shares are on the rise, helping to propel the market averages. Why oil companies are leaving Canada. S&P 500: 2362.72

Since the end of 2016, ServiceNow (NOW) has gone on a tremendous advance, rising as much as 177% to its all-time high set on Sept. 13. Now, the cloud-computing stock is one of the top stocks to watch, as it sets up for another move higher in wake of last week's bullish market trend change.

Generally, if you have an NOL for a tax year ending in 2017, you must carry back the entire amount of the NOL to the 2 tax years before the NOL year (the carryback period), and then carry forward any remaining NOL. (2017 Pub 536 page 3, 2nd column) If your NOL is more than the taxable income of the year you carry it to (figured before deducting the NOL), you generally will have an NOL carryover to the next year. (2017 Pub 536 page 4, 3rd column)

Bonus depreciation for equipment, computer software, and certain improvements to nonresidential real property allows an immediate deduction of 50% for equipment placed in service in 2017, 40% in 2018, and 30% in 2019.

The TCJA allows small business taxpayers with average annual gross receipts of $25 million or less in the prior three-year period to use the cash method of accounting. The law expands the number of small business taxpayers eligible to use the cash method of accounting and exempts these small businesses from certain accounting rules for inventories, cost capitalization and long-term contracts. As a result, more small business taxpayers can change to cash method accounting starting after Dec. 31, 2017.

The TCJA makes two modifications to existing law for a C corporation that (1) was an S corporation on Dec. 21, 2017 and revokes its S corporation election after Dec. 21, 2017, but before Dec. 22, 2019, and (2) has the same owners of stock in identical proportions on the date of revocation and on Dec. 22, 2017.

OMRON Corporation (HQ: Shimogyo-Ku, Kyoto. President and CEO: Yoshihito Yamada) today announced that it was selected as "Noteworthy IT Strategy Companies" by the Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in the "2017 Survey of Competitive IT Strategies."

For 2017, METI has also chosen 21 companies including OMRON as "Noteworthy IT Strategy Companies." This highlights Tokyo Stock Exchange-listed that have deployed initiatives that embrace the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and other advanced technology tools.

Transplant surgeons Sandy Feng, M.D., Ph.D. and Peter G. Stock, M.D., Ph.D. continued their stellar records of accomplishment in garnering NIH funding for their cutting-edge clinical research, ranking in the top 20 of all NIH-Funded principal investigators in the category of surgery nationally for 2017. Stock ranked 8th and Feng 20th out of 534 investigators nationwide, both in the top 4%, this according to survey data analyzed by the highly respected Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research.

Each year, a number of surveys and commentators describe and predict the trending topics of interest and importance to boards of directors in the for-profit and non-profit sectors. As we wrap up the first quarter of 2017, it appears that many of the predicted hot topics continue to garner attention from various corners.

So here are three top energy industry stocks -- Apache Corporation (NYSE: APA), Energy Transfer Partners (NYSE: ETP), and Kinder Morgan (NYSE: KMI) -- whose valuations look low and whose futures look bright.

After independent oil and gas exploration and production company Apache released its fourth-quarter 2017, its shares briefly dropped to their lowest levels since 2004. Apparently, the market was unimpressed by the company's near-term North American production outlook. The strange thing is that the company's Q4 earnings per share actually blew away analysts' expectations, coming in 50% higher than anticipated.

Apache has made some big changes to its operations over the past year and a half. In late 2016, it unveiled a monster oil and gas play in West Texas, which it dubbed Alpine High. In 2017, an analyst from investment bank Stifel suggested that Alpine High would add about $18 per share in value to the company, which sounds reasonable, given the volume of oil and gas that seems to be there. But Apache's stock is now trading at just over $34 per share. That would mean that the market is evaluating the rest of the entire company -- including its high-margin operations in Egypt and the North Sea -- at about $16 per share, which seems absurdly low.

But the tide seems to be turning. When Energy Transfer Partners released Q4 2017 earnings, it announced a coverage ratio of 1.3 times, which -- even factoring in Energy Transfer Equity's help -- was a more than comfortable margin. The company also took some creative steps to pay down more expensive debt through asset sales and taking on some less expensive debt.

Kinder did a good job of meeting his goals in 2017, when the company paid down more debt than expected, achieving a net debt-to-adjusted-EBITDA ratio of 5.1 times, compared to management's projected 5.4 times. That puts it very close to its goal of a 5.0 ratio. It also repurchased about 14 million shares for about $250 million in December, or one-eighth of its overall repurchase goal.

Of course, in the energy industry, things can change quickly. Oil prices can soar -- or drop. Companies can make ill-timed acquisitions that don't help the bottom line. But the best remedy is to look for bargains when you can, and for me, these three stocks definitely qualify.

The Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) All Country World Index (AWCI) improved this week, falling just shy of its record high levels reached in mid-March. On Monday (27 March 2017), it stood at 447.40 and rose to a high of 451.14 by mid-week before settling marginally higher for the week at 448.17 on Friday (31 March 2017).

Over in Singapore, the Straits Times Index (STI) increased over 1.5% this week, from 3126.88 on Monday (27 March 2017) to 3175.11 on Friday (31 March 2017). During the week, it also rose to its highest level since August 2015. For the year to date, the STI has risen over 10.2%, and in the last 52 weeks, it has improved 17.3%.

Top Global, a real estate developer in Singapore, announced plans to delist from SGX on Tuesday (28 March 2017). The main reason for this move was to avoid having to pay Qualifying Certificate (QC) penalties that will be levied by the government for the unsold homes.

On Tuesday (28 March 2017), its executive chairman, Oei Siu Hoa, sister of property magnate, Oei Hong Leong, launched a cash offer of $0.33 a share to buy out minority shareholders. This represented a 50% premium on its last traded share price, after calling for a trading halt on Monday (27 March 2017), of $0.22 on Friday (31 March 2017).

On Monday (27 March 2017), RHT received a query from SGX regarding its share price activity. This was due to the fact that its share price had opened close to 5.8% up, at $0.915, after closing at $0.865 on Friday (24 March 2017). Together with this, Bloomberg ran an article, on Sunday (26 March 2017), stating that Fortis may be considering buying out RHT.

On Friday (31 March 2017), the Business Times ran an article discussing strategic investments and mergers regarding SGX. This was played down by market observers as its past efforts to buy the Australian Exchange (ASX) was scuppered in 2010 and more recently the proposed merger of stock exchanges in Germany and London due to political reasons which will remain the main hurdle to such exercises even today. 041b061a72

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