I came across NetEase (NASDAQ:NTES) in early 2013, when it was starting to become a major player in the Chinese mobile game industry. At first, I was a bit skeptical about their future growth and valuation. Video game companies are sometimes “one-hit wonders”, and decline after their top sellers lose popularity. But NetEase is an exception. After watching it for a few months, I decided....More>>>
The news out of Denver just keeps getting better and better. SPYR, Inc. (OTC: SPYR) the Denver based mobile game & app development and publishing company, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, SPYR APPS, LLC, has acquired all assets related to the game Battlewack: Idle Lords.
Battlewack: Idle Lords is a free-to-play battle game in which players hire....More>>>
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of the Dow Jones Industrial Average companies scheduled to report their quarterly results this week. A little more than one-third of the companies in the Dow are reporting this coming week. Although the Dow has backed off its highs, a strong earnings showing from these companies could push the index higher again.
We have included the consensus earnings....More>>>
The Federal Reserve raised its target of the federal-funds rate, the interest rate banks charge each other for overnight loans, by a quarter point to a range of 0.75% to 1%, and thats great news for Warren Buffetts Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) and its shareholders. As a bondholder, owner of insurance companies and an investor in big banks, Berkshire profits from rising interest rates in a number....More>>>
Okay, time for some secular economic and financial heresy, which is always somewhat fun. Secondary market liquidity isn’t very important to the functioning of the general economy of the capitalist world, including the US. (That said, my exceptions to this statement are listed here.)
Finance has an important role in the economy, aiding business in financing the assets of the corporation,....More>>>
Source: ThinkstockSolar energy adoption among large U.S. corporations has grown from a total installed base of 300 megawatts (MW) in 2012 to more than 1,000 MW this year. The total represents 16% of all non-residential and non-utility scale solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity in the country. Collectively these systems generate 1.5 million MWs a year, enough to power 193,000 homes and offset 1.1 million....More>>>
On August 30, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Novartis’ (NYSE:NVS) Erelzi, a biosimilar to Amgen’s (NASDAQ:AMGN) biggest seller, Enbrel. Erelzi is the second biosimilar available in the U.S. after Zarxio, also by Novartis, and again a biosimilar to another of Amgen’s top products, Neupogen. Amgen has been trying its best to offset these challenges by advancing new....More>>>
Yesterday, our Under the Radar Moversnewsletter suggested small cap emissions solutions stock Advanced Emissions Solutions, Inc (NASDAQ: ADES) as a potential long/bullish trade:
ADES earned a sport on out watchlist a few days ago when it broke out of a converging wedge pattern and pushed above a horizontal ceiling at $8.20. As we expected would be the case, Advanced Emissions Solutions cooled....More>>>
A power outage hit the CES consumer electronics show in Las Vegas, dimming the lights in one of the main convention halls hosting demonstrations from the likes of LG Electronics Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co.
“There is an isolated power outage at the Las Vegas Convention Center. W
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