In the old days, when something was called “Mickey Mouse,” it meant that it was trivial, petty, or worthless. By the time we’re done with this discussion, you’re going to change your mind about that label. In fact, you’re going to hold your firm out to prospective buyers as a Mickey Mouse organization. And, yes, Walt – bless his soul – would endorse the....More>>>
Global expert Vivian Lewis offers a counter-initutative trade on Trump administration policies. Here, the editor of Global Investing looks at a closed-end funds with exposure to Cuba.
This "Trump pick" is a snub to the President’s trade and diplomatic reversals of Obama’s wins regarding Cuba. We are buying back Herzfeld Caribbean Basin Fund (CUBA), following in....More>>>
Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round segment of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money Program, Monday, January 9.
EQT Midstream Partners (NYSE:EQT): It’s a good stock but Cramer prefers Magellan Midstream Partners (NYSE:MMP) which is also held by his trust.
Hormel Foods Corp (NYSE:HRL): It’s a long-term buy as they are transforming towards being organic.....More>>>
Ever since Warren Buffett has brought in Tedd Combs and Todd Weschler, investors were looking for signs of change, if any, in Berkshire’s approach to investing. And after a few years’ wait, the signs of change are appearing.In last few months, Berkshire has made acouple of investments which took the market by surprise. The first one was theinvestment in the technology giantApple (NSDQ:AAPL)....More>>>
Rolls-Royce unveiled an all-new version of its very, very large Phantom ultra-luxury sedan on Thursday.
Unless you are an avid follower of Rolls-Royce, you might not immediately recognize that this is an entirely redesigned model. But as far as Rolls-Royce is concerned, the change it represents is as enormous as the car itself.
The new Phantom is a major shift in the way the British....More>>>
Warren Buffetts Berkshire Hathaway Inc. said fourth-quarter net earnings rose nearly 15%, boosted in part by the stock markets end-of-year gains.
Berkshires year-end results were released Saturday alongside Buffetts closely read annual letter to shareholders.
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A wild and woolly week gave investors more of a roller-coaster ride than we have seen in some time. Toss a big sell-off in with a terror attack in London, and worries over the health care bill in its current form, and you had all of the ingredients for a spike in volatility. While the insider selling slowed somewhat, top executives are still taking the chance to sell shares before the windows....More>>>