When we compare the long-term performance of Apple’s (AAPL) stock price with the performance of the S&P 500 Index (SPY) and the NASDAQ Index (QQQ), we can see Apple has strongly outperformed the market index in the last 12 years, delivering over 3,400% return.
Since the beginning of this year, AAPL has continued....More>>>
The recent U.S. stock rally, which began off the bottom in late June and saw the market break to new all-time highs in early July, has been anemic by almost any measure. While not that much seems to be happening on the surface, underneath it the internals have been undergoing change. The groups leading the rally are not the same groups leading the market prior to the rally. It is not uncommon for....More>>>
There was a major shock among grocery stores this past week that threw the industry on its head. Prior to the acquisition news, we speculated that this industry might be in trouble as the result of too much competition and margins too low. It just seems that there are too many sources for getting groceries.
Additionally, the advent of online grocery shopping is not helping. Food....More>>>
Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV Program, Thursday, June 15.
While money was flowing out of tech stocks on Thursday, Cramer made the case to buy the tech stocks. “It might be worth remembering why we used to like tech in the first place, and why, despite what you see and hear, maybe you shouldn’t give up on it so easily. Despite....More>>>
Bond guru Bill Gross is pulling a Flavor Flav. He’s telling people to not believe the Trump hype.
Gross, formerly one of the top dogs at fixed income powerhouse PIMCO and now a fund manager with Janus, wrote in his most recent monthly outlook that investors are too excited about Trump. He thinks Trump’s economic promises are too grand.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of a few major companies scheduled to report their quarterly results this coming week. The broad markets have pulled back slightly from their all-time highs, including the Nasdaq. In fact, this past week saw the worst trading day of 2017. A strong earnings showing from these stocks could help the markets return to their highs.
February17, 2017: Here are four stocks trading with relatively heavy volume among 30 equities making new 52-week lows in Friday’s session. On the NYSE, decliners led advancers by about 4 to 3 and on the Nasdaq decliners led advancers by about 5 to 3.
Sabre Corp. (NASDAQ: SABR) dropped about 1.3% Friday to post a new 52-week low of $21.02 after closing Thursday at $21.30. The 52-week....More>>>
In many ways, I’ve already lost credibility by choosing this title. I’d ask that you still hear me out, however. I think Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) is a unique company and that while it has already gained tremendously, the upside remains significant, and it’s a no-brainer long-term hold. In so many different ways, Amazon and its founder/CEO Jeff Bezos is in a class of its own.....More>>>
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As top Republicans see it, a medical malpractice crisis is threatening U.S. health care: Frivolous lawsuits are driving up malpractice insurance premiums and forcing physicians out of business. Doctors and hospitals live in fear of litigation, ordering excessive tests and treatments that make health care unaffordable for Americans.
That’s why Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan and....More>>>
Beating Alzheimers is going to be a team sport. We now have our new quarterback. Referencing billionaire Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates announcement today to join the fight to cure Alzheimers, George Vradenburg, chairman, president and co-founder of UsAgainstAlzheimers - a movement bent on stop
Sales Trends A Bit Soft, But Nothing To Worry About
I have been a bit disappointed by Nordstroms (NYSE:JWN) recent results. Not because it was a bad quarter per se, but because it broke the sequence of constant overperformance compared to other peers in the
It's been a bad month for Pegasystems (NASDAQ: PEGA), with investors running for the exits after a huge top-line miss in Q3. For an enterprise software company, there's probably nothing worse. Pegasystems sold off from all-time highs near $65 and now trades nearly 20% lower, in the low $50s.
I have previously written some articles where I have tracked Tesla's (NASDAQ:TSLA) construction and purchases of property, plant, and equipment (P,P & E), as well as Tesla's payments for them. The reason Tesla does not have to pay for all its equipment up front was explained in