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Analysts Say These 3 Dividend Stocks Are Top Picks for 2021

The market pendulum has been swinging from one extreme to the other recently, making a difficult environment for investors to track. The ups and downs of the fast-changing situation are the exact opposite of what investors want to see. What investors would most like to see, of course, are returns. And whether the markets are up or down, following the analysts’ ‘top picks’ makes a viable investment strategy. The Wall Street pros can do the footwork, and their published reports can inform our market decisions, acting as a set of guideposts for investors. We’ve opened up the TipRanks database to take a closer look at three of these ‘top picks.’ These are all names providing dividends, a sure-fire way to ensure a steady income no matter what direction the market is heading in. If that’s not enough, all

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‘I’ll breakfast at The Wolseley, have tea at Claridge’s and dinner at Quo Vadis when this is all over’

Brunch at The Wolseley - Christopher Pledge

Brunch at The Wolseley – Christopher Pledge

How many of you have a countdown set for March 8 (from which time, with luck, we can meet a friend for a one-on-one picnic on a park bench), for March 29 (the earliest point from which six people from six different households can meet outside, hoorah!), or for April 12 – when the prospect of a pub garden lunch or al fresco restaurant trip becomes ever more real?

The personal roadmaps of our favourite chefs and food writers for post lockdown are no less detailed – they’re plotting Paris trips for slap-up meals at Michelin-starred restaurants, craving champagne and oysters by the sea with friends, and looking forward to cocktails, Chinese feasts, and tea at Claridge’s as soon as they can.

What will you be eating and drinking as soon as you can get back to your favourite haunt? Tell us in

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Ido Fishman Shares Tips For Making Café-Style Coffee At Home

Ido Fishman Shares Tips For Making Café-Style Coffee At Home

Nowadays, it is rare to find someone who does not like coffee. Many people spend around $5 on average every day on caffeinated beverages from cafes. This can come up to a total of around $100 per month which is a large amount for coffee. The reason why people spend so much on coffees is that the barista-made coffees somehow taste better than what you make at home. Moreover, it is much more convenient to just buy the flavor of coffee that you are craving instead of making it yourself.

However, if you are interested in creating your own coffee blends that taste just like your favorite coffee shop, then Ido Fishman Chef has the answer for you. The culinary expert shares some fail-proof tips of how you can achieve the barista-like flavor in your homemade coffees.

Fail-proof Tips For Café-Style Coffees

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The best and worst takeaway options revealed



Scouring the menu for healthy takeaway options? With a few careful tweaks, it's possible to enjoy a nutritious meal from your favourite restaurants.


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Scouring the menu for healthy takeaway options? With a few careful tweaks, it’s possible to enjoy a nutritious meal from your favourite restaurants.

If you’re aiming to be healthy or stick to a weight loss plan, is it possible to still eat fast food? Given that most takeaway dishes contain considerably more than your recommended daily intake for salt, added sugar, and fat, the idea of a healthy takeaway sounds like a contradiction. And while the occasional fast food binge won’t hurt, frequently gorging on junk food can do a serious number on your health.

But the good news is while most fast foods are packed with fatty ingredients, many takeaway restaurants now offer healthier alternatives and eating well doesn’t mean you have to give up your weekend treat. So before you resign yourself to cooking from scratch, take a fresh look at

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