Small cap pharmaceutical stock Adamas Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ: ADMS) is thefourteenth most shorted stock on theNASDAQ with short interest of 40.18% according to Highshortinterest.com. Adamas Pharmaceuticals portfolio includes: GOCOVRITM (amantadine) extended release capsules (previously ADS-5
This is the second part of a three-part series where I plan to discuss the current and upcoming battles of the “solar wars.” The three battles are: net-metering, tariff reform, and grid defection. This is the tariff battle discussion.
The solar wars are mainly between the existing monopoly utilities and the solar industry that is involved with behind-the-meter solar installations.....More>>>
On Wednesday, our Elite Opportunity Pronewsletter suggested a speculative entry intosmall cap Actionable Intelligence solutions stock Verint Systems (NASDAQ: VRNT):
Today’s new idea is one of those potential takeout candidates considering the need for large and mega-caps to continue growing their top and bottom lines via acquisition, and there’s clearly been plenty of that going....More>>>
Nike (NKE) was up more than 3% in after-hours trading yesterday after releasing its earnings after the close. Now it’s up just 0.4%. What gives? Morgan Stanley’s Jay Sole and team explain how Nike was “caught offside”:
First, Nike N. Am. futures growth decelerated 500 bps q/q. The implication is Nike is either losing share or the athletic....More>>>
Wells Fargo is having a hard time getting Americans to sign up for credit cards these days. Credit card applications at Wells Fargo plunged by 55% in February, the sharpest decline since the bank’s fake account scandal erupted last September. In addition, consumers opened 43% fewer checking accounts than a year ago and interactions with....More>>>
Gerardo Del Real, a leading metals and mining expert, recently launched the Resource Stock Digest. In December, he had rare opportunity to interview the legendary James Dines.
Gerardo Del Real: This is Gerardo Del Real for Resource Stock Digest. I have a real treat for you today. Joining me today is the legendary Mr. James Dines. Mr. Dines is the editor of The Dines Letter. He’s....More>>>
Many moons ago, I was assigned to help an internal client analyze a $10 million acquisition; I had drawn the short straw. My advice was to structure the transaction as an asset sale because the risk attached to the stock would be multiples of the purchase price. Of course, the seller wanted a stock sale with a $10 million indemnification. My....More>>>
Resolute Forest Products (NYSE:RFP) is primarily involved in Newsprints, Specialty Papers, Wood Products and Market Pulp. As the downturn in global commodities intensified, RFP was not spared as all four of the company’s business segments got hit. Management has concentrated on lowering the cost of every segment but these actions were not enough to compensate for the deterioration of prices....More>>>
Gold sold off sharply since the election based on the belief that President-elect Trump will bring higher growth. This sell-off makes little sense for those who understand that gold is an investment in monetary policy failure and the destruction of paper currencies. Central banks remain hell-bent on printing money and creating inflation in order to deal with epic levels....More>>>
"Goldman Joins the China-Equity Bull Party After Missing Rally," a Bloomberg headline said yesterday… The investing opportunity in Chinese stocks is massive today… It's so important, I launched a new product late last year called True Wealth China Opportunities to take advantage of it. Morgan Stanley was a bit late to the party, publishing a 100-plus pager....More>>>
As promised, natural gas pipeline giant Kinder Morgan (NYSE:KMI) returned to growth mode in 2018. Overall, the company hauled in $1.247 billion ($0.56 per share) of distributable cash flow during the first quarter, which was 3% higher than the year-ago period, and beat its forecast.
Retirement is a milestone most of us will someday reach, because few people work until the end of their lives. But only around one-third of Americans are very confident they'll have enough money to live comfortably -- and some may actually be too confident, because we tend to overestimate how lo
Venezuela is experiencing hard times; who would doubt that? There are an infinite number of articles about how bad it is in Venezuela, starving people, no basic medical essentials, people coming to Colombia to buy food, etc. I don't see a need to repeat it all here. What stands out in this flow o