Do you want to change careers? Are you absolutely sure?
From my own career change to the stories I hear from my clients and workshop students, often we think we want to change careers when the problem is our work environment instead. If you find yourself stuck, unsure what to do next, or t
U.S. stocks opened firmly higher on Thursday, extending a late-session rally from the prior session, as investors dialed back on fears that a trade spat between the U.S. and China will materialize.
The major equity indexes staged a big turnaround Wednesday after opening sharply lower, as traders struggled to interpret the possible impact of the trade standoff on U.S. corporate earnings and....More>>>
Legendary investors Warren Buffett once said, Buy it thinking you will hold it forever.
This does look like a far-fetched idea at least for return hungry equity investors but who would have thought that a Bengaluru-based company, which debut on the stock exchanges more than two decades back,would became one of the top 10 bluechips with a market capitalisation of Rs 2.7 lakh crore on the....More>>>
For the first time ever, investors are waiting for a public company to achieve a market value of $1 trillion about the gross domestic product of Indonesia. And the winner could come from among the stocks CNBC’s Jim Cramer first dubbed the FANGs Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google, now known by its parent company Alphabet. Some investors now prefer to call this group FAANG, adding Apple.
On Saturday, May 5th, chairman and CEO Warren Buffett and vice chairman Charlie Munger will lead Berkshire Hathaway’s (BRK.A) (BRK.B) annual meeting. The event takes place in Omaha, Neb. and draws an enormous crowd. This year, the company expects about 40,000 attendees.
Berkshire investors aren’t used to seeing a net loss on the company’s bottom....More>>>
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>>>
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett sees the value of Apple differently than most Wall Street analysts, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday.
“Analysts after analysts said if you look at the mosaic of [iPhone] orders, it’s got to be a bad quarter,” said Cramer, whose charitable trust owns shares of Apple. “[Buffett] obviously does not think about the quarter. He thinks....More>>>
The stock market’s relentless march upward has pushed the prices of many companies higher. As investors bid up good and bad businesses alike, it can be hard to discern which companies are the best for long-term investors.
That’s especially true in the world of dividend stocks, where income-starved investors face greater temptation by the day to reach for high dividend stocks that....More>>>
International trading houses have stopped buying aluminum from United Co. Rusal as U.S. sanctions on the Russian company sent shock waves through the market for the metal used in everything from airplanes to beer cans.
Trading houses have been advised by their banks and lawyers that they can’t continue trading with the Russian company, according to executives at five companies that....More>>>
It was an unusual research project… Not one in 1,000 investment advisors or newsletter writers would ever consider it. My research partner and I read every shareholder letter issued by companies in the S&P 500 Index. I got the idea from billionaire superinvestor Warren Buffett. Several years ago, Buffett talked about a one-page fax he got from the CEO of a potential....More>>>
First Japan, and now China, is getting markets notably the bond world stirred up.
Bonds are the topic du jour, especially after the Bank of Japan got everyone a bit worked up yesterday by trimming its government bond purchases. Then this morning, Bloomberg reported China is considering c
Intel (INTC) stock is performing remarkably well lately, shares of the semiconductor leader have gained over 50% in the past year on the back of better-than-expected financial performance from the company. With the stock trading near historical highs, investors may understandably feel reluctant
As one would expect, shares of ZTE's U.S. optical component suppliers rose sharply after President Trump signaled that a deal to end a recently-imposed ban on U.S. parts sales to the Chinese phone and telecom equipment giant is in the works. And NXP Semiconductors (NXPI) posted a double-digit ga
The Wheel of FORTUNE just concluded an interview, part of SA partnership with Cheddar TV to produce a Seeking Alpha "Idea of the Month" slot. These interviews are always a challenge because i) they are very short in nature (only 4-5 minutes), and ii) since it's live TV we are dealing