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Finding a great TV that suits your needs is harder than you think. You want something that’ll fit in your space but also fit your budget. And once you narrow down the field, you then have to go back and forth and compare a few models before landing on ‘the one.’ But why put so much effort in your TV search when the perfect TV is right here?

This Sony 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV has it all—and it’s on sale for $670, or $330 off with the on-page coupon at Amazon. That’s a 33 percent savings and the lowest price we’ve ever seen for this model.

The Sony 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV is the latest from the tech company. It features a detailed picture, thanks to its massive 65-inch 4K display. Sony’s state-of-the-art Processor X1 powers this beauty for true-to-life visuals, while HDR (High Dynamic Range) settings make sure colors stay bright and black levels stay dark.

“This TV has exceeded my expectations,” wrote a delighted five-star reviewer. “The picture is crisp and sharp from every angle; the design is very sturdy and I know it’s crazy but the new remote is awesome! Our family doesn’t use cable so the number of apps available for the TV is perfect. I think we already used Hulu, Netflix, Prime and YouTube TV and all of the streaming is very impressive. Definitely recommend this TV as I can’t imagine a better 4K option.”

Amazon shoppers even say this Sony TV is sharper than Samsung’s models. “Compared to the similar brands like Samsung, this is definitely a lot sharper. NO competition,” raved another five-star reviewer. “The blacks are darker and the whites brighter. The presets for different picture modes are incredible and you can switch easily depending on what you watch.”

While some streaming TVs come with Fire TV or Roku built-in, this Sony 65-inch 4K stunner includes Android TV straight from Google. This means you’ll have instant access to popular streaming apps like Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV and more, but you’ll also get a wide range of gaming apps too. These are things you just can’t do with Fire TV or Roku. Simply sync a wireless gaming controller to the TV via Bluetooth and you’re all set to get your game on.

Android TV includes Chromecast for slinging videos and music from your smartphone or tablet to the TV, as well as Google Assistant for voice search and hands-free navigation. In fact, this TV’s remote has a microphone and Google Assistant button on it, so you’ll always have the virtual assistant within reach.

“The Android TV interface is very intuitive. Super-fast, super easy. Screens were fluid and easy to understand,” shared a satisfied shopper. “It has all the apps I need and use (and then some). I love having Netflix and Prime as an app…The Google Assistant is super easy and awesome. I love telling my TV to watch my favorite programs or listen to my favorite music when the remote isn’t handy.”

At 33 percent off, this Sony 65-inch 4K TV delivers impressive picture and audio quality, along with a wide range of streaming options built-in—thanks to Android TV. If you’re craving a 4K TV that looks and feels like a more expensive model, don’t hesitate.

“This TV has an amazing picture. We were blown away by the colors and how sharp the clarity was,” added another five-star Amazon shopper. “Android TV is cool because I can Chromecast Facebook videos or YouTube videos from my phone without having to pick up my remote.”

Want something a bit smaller? Sony’s 55-inch 4K TV model is on sale for $570, or $230 off at Amazon. That’s nearly 30 percent off. It’s the same as its 65-inch bigger brother, only with a smaller display.

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A Canadian project studying the impact of giving cash directly to homeless people told the CBC on Thursday their findings were “beautifully surprising.”

The New Leaf Project, a program of Foundations for Social Change, a Vancouver-based charity, began in 2018, and awarded a group of Lower Mainland homeless people a cash payment of $7500 each. They then compared how this group of 50 spent it over a year to a control group of 65 homeless people who didn’t receive any payments.

The results, Foundations for Social Change CEO Claire Williams told the CBC, pushed back against assumptions that it’s bad to give money directly to homeless people because they can’t be trusted to use it well.

“It challenges stereotypes we have here in the West about how to help people living on the margins,” she said.

According to their recently published findings, the group that got cash spent less days homeless than the others, moved into stable housing in an average of three months, and nearly 70 percent of them became food secure after a month.

The individuals who got the payments tended to spend them on the necessities: on average they spent 52 percent of the cash on food and rent, 15 percent on other items like bills and medicine, and 16 percent on clothes and transportation. Spending on alcohol, cigarettes and drugs went down an average 39 percent as well.

“This is not merely a gesture of help,” the foundation’s white paper on their results reads. “It is a signal that society believes in them.”

It is also, according to New Leaf, a way to potentially cut down on the costs of government services aiming to help the homeless. According to Williams, Canada spends an average of $55,000 per person on social services for homeless people. Direct cash transfers could save $8100 per person.

Ray, a participant in the program whose name was kept partially confidential, says the money helped him get back on his feet and take a computer training course that would help him get closer to his goal of being a substance abuse counselor to homeless individuals.

“The balance that New Leaf has given me basically gave me that stepping stone,” he said in a video release by the program. “I kinda want to give back where I’ve come from.”

In recent years, direct cash payments have gained traction as a potential way to combat growing inequality. Cities like Stockton, California, and Jackson, Mississippi, have pilot cash assistance programs of their own, with similar results. This form of intervention has also caught on in other parts of the world like Mexico, Syria, Kenya and Malawi. 

Others worry the enthusiasm for programs like these, especially in Silicon Valley, might lead to replacing needed government services like housing and education.

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The 36-year-old Smash alum is pregnant with her and the 70-year-old music producer’s first child, a source confirms to E! News. In photos published by People on Thursday, Oct. 8, the couple could be seen out shopping for baby items this week in Montecito, Calif.

“Katharine has always wanted to be a mom and to have a baby with David,” a source tells E! News. “They weren’t necessarily trying for a baby but were open to it happening this year. Since work has slowed down for both of them, they knew this year would be a great time for it to happen.”

“They told their immediate family members about a month ago and everyone was very shocked and excited,” the insider continues. “Erin Foster joked that their kids will be the same age.”

Foster is also dad to Erin, Amy Foster, Sara Foster, Allison Jones Foster and Jordan Foster.

This baby news comes just over a year after McPhee and Foster tied the knot. As fans may recall, the couple said “I do” in June 2019 during a romantic ceremony at the church of St. Yeghiche in London. “It was a very quick but traditional ceremony,” a source told E! News. “Katharine looked stunning in a classic Zac Posen simple white gown.”

Ahead of the ceremony, the American Idol alum took to her Instagram to gush about her relationship. “Exactly 13 years ago today my very first single, ‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow,’ was released right after Idol. Today… I’m marrying the man who produced it,” she wrote. “Life is full of beautiful coincidences, isn’t it? Thank you for taking me over the rainbow, David.”

In Nov. 2019, the couple appeared on Today to dish about their romance and their recent nuptials.

“We met on American Idol when I was a contestant and he was a mentor with Andrea Bocelli,” McPhee shared. “I have always just admired him and loved him and he’s always been so great to people around him. He can be intimidating when he really needs to be for his work, but he’s really lovely.”

Foster also revealed how McPhee first caught his attention. “Her singing, first of all,” he said. “I mean where do I start the inner beauty, the outer beauty, and we have been friends for 14 years, and it was just kind of a natural coming together.”

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After a volatile September, the roller coaster hasn’t ended in October. We had a pleasant surprise for investors, when S&P 500 climbed back above 3,400 to start the month. However, markets didn’t like President Trump’s COVID diagnosis, and the resulting drop. The President is out of the hospital, but now the White House and Congressional Democrats are unable to reach agreement on an economic stimulus package. The combination of good news and bad news makes the markets an intriguing mix of risk and reward. Weighing in on current market conditions, Raymond James strategist Tavis C. McCourt noted: “Although there is a lot of noise in the market, fiscal relief likely trumps other variables as a $1.5+ trillion fiscal relief package would likely secure an improving earnings trend through next summer (vaccine), would limit the need for increased state/local taxes, and we believe would be a very good setup for outperformance of economically cyclical companies/industries. Without fiscal relief, the chances of this economic recovery stalling increases with relative performance biased towards “megacap tech” and interest rate sensitives/defensives.”With so much going on, investors will be looking at the analysts’ reviews to make sense of the markets and to find out which stocks are showing the highest return potential. With this in mind, Raymond James analysts have tapped several companies that could double their value in the year ahead. Using the latest TipRanks data, we’ve pulled up the details on these three stock picks. The picture emerges of under-the-radar stocks, featuring low points of entry and – in Raymond James’ view – upsides starting at 100%.Mesa Air Group (MESA)The first stock on our list, Mesa Air, is a holding company and an operator of regional feeder airlines. These are the smaller airlines, operating shorter-ranged aircraft and servicing lower-trafficked regions and airports, that connect passengers in low-priority regions with major airlines’ large hubs. Mesa two main airlines, United Express and American Eagle, feed into United and American Airlines, respectively.During 1H20, when most airlines faced the massive financial headwinds of the coronavirus, customers’ fear of travel, and government-imposed economic and travel restrictions, Mesa was conspicuous for remaining profitable. In Q1, the per-share earnings came in at 5 cents; by Q2, that number had doubled to 10 cents. The Q2 number was also up 11% year-over-year. The gains in earnings came even as revenues slid from $180 million in Q1 to $73 million in Q2.Revenues, at the top line, are an easy metric to see, and that big revenue slide helps explain Mesa’s drop in share price. The drop in price, however, presents investors with an opportunity, according to Raymond James analyst and airline expert, Savanthi Syth.“Mesa was the only U.S. airline to report a profit with F3Q20 EPS of $0.10… While cargo demand has shined throughout the current crisis, it is unlikely to be material for Mesa in the near-/medium-term… we continue to believe Mesa will remain an important partner given its low cost structure with the opportunity to take on additional flying from struggling smaller competitors. As such, we still see compelling risk-reward,” Syth opined.These comments support Syth’s Outperform (i.e. Buy) rating, and her $6.50 price target suggests that the stock has room for 111% growth in the coming year. (To watch Syth’s track record, click here)Turning now to the rest of the Street, 3 Buys and no Holds or Sells have been published in the last three months. Therefore, MESA has a Strong Buy consensus rating. With the average price target clocking in at $6.17, the upside potential lands at 101%. (See MESA stock analysis on TipRanks). Newmark Group (NMRK)A public company for just the last three years, Newmark is a major name in the commercial real estate world. The company is an advisory firm, offering high-end customers a full range of services in commercial real estate, including agency leasing, property management and valuation, investment sales, debt and financing sales, and loan servicing. Newmark bills itself as an all-in-one agency for commercial clients, and boasts of property management services for than 400 million leasable square feet of property around the world.Newmark shows a consistent pattern to its earnings, with low results in the first half and high results in the second half. Keeping that in mind, the 1H20 results, did underperform expectation. At 9 cents EPS in Q1 and 10 cents in Q2, EPS missed the forecasts. Still, the company showed a net profit in the first half – and the outlook for Q3 shows EPS climbing back close to historical levels.Share performance, however, has been poor. The stock fell sharply in the mid-winter swoon, caused by the coronavirus economic disruptions and turndown. However, 5-star analyst Patrick O’Shaughnessy, covering Newmark for Raymond James, believes this company is undervalued. “…there are still plenty of unknowns in the CRE market today, particularly within capital markets and leasing activity; however, we believe this heavily discounted valuation is not warranted. Moreover, we believe that the present value of the Nasdaq earn-out, which represents more than half of Newmark’s total market cap, is underappreciated by investors, as evidenced by the relatively low correlation between Nasdaq and Newmark,” O’Shaughnessy commented. The analyst continued, “Newmark’s core franchise is currently trading at ~3.4x our 2020E core EBITDA and ~2.1x our 2021E core EBITDA. This is meaningfully below Newmark’s peers, which trade at ~10x and 7x our 2020E and 2021E core EBITDA, respectively. While we do recognize that Newmark’s business model does maintain a higher split of capital markets and leasing revenues than its larger peers, we believe that this 65-70% core valuation discount is too large.”Following from those comments, O’Shaughnessy gives Newmark a $10 price target, suggesting a 102% upside, and an Outperform (i.e. Buy) rating. (To watch O’Shaughnessy’s track record, click here)Overall, Newmark has a Moderate Buy rating from the analyst consensus, based on a 1 to 1 split between Buy and Hold reviews. The stock has an average price target of $8, giving it a 62% upside potential from the current share price of $4.93. (See NMRK stock analysis on TipRanks)Echostar Corporation (SATS)Echostar is a major operator or satellite communication infrastructure, providing satcom services to media, private enterprise, and US government and military entities. The company’s subsidiary, Hughes, uses the satellite network to provide broadband services, and delivers network solutions in over 100 countries around the world.Echostar had been feeling financial pain even before the COVID-19 pandemic. The company’s EPS was negative as far back as Q2 2019, and the losses grew worse sequentially through 1Q20. While the second quarter of this year also reported a loss, the sequential improvement was substantial – from a 56-cent loss in Q1 to a 12-cent loss in Q2. That improvement comes along with a generalized surge in networking use.Getting into details, SATS saw $459 million in total Q2 revenues, beating estimates by 5.2%. The second quarter also saw an increase in the subscriber base of 26,000. Echostar now boasts of 1.54 million total subscribers.Raymond James’ Ric Prentiss points out several of Echostar’s major advantages, writing, “We expect the Hughes consumer business (71% of Hughes revenues) to remain resilient in the U.S. and strong in LatAm during the COVID-19 crisis, and Enterprise sales to recover. And of course, the balance sheet is ready with plenty of chips on the table (~$2.5B cash and net debt of -$67M), giving the company strategic optionality in a time when other companies, especially higher levered satellite companies, are cash starved with significant maturities or capex programs.” In line with those comments, Prentiss rates this stock a Strong Buy, and his price target of $57 implies room for an upside of 127% in the next 12 months. Prentiss’ is the only recent review on record for SATS, which is currently trading for $25.10. (To watch Prentiss’ track record, click here)To find good ideas for stocks trading at attractive valuations, visit TipRanks’ Best Stocks to Buy, a newly launched tool that unites all of TipRanks’ equity insights.Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the featured analysts. The content is intended to be used for informational purposes only. It is very important to do your own analysis before making any investment.

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