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
Gardner Denver Holdings (GDI) is breaking out higher as its fundamental operations strengthen. Both its Industrial and Energy segments are showing stronger growth as both the global economy recovers, alongside rising energy prices. Its share price recently pulled back, but is resuming its trend higher on increasing investor optimism. I am buying stock in the name on this pullback.
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With a rapidly changing economic environment, what worked well for one generation won&a;rsquo;t necessarily....More>>>
The bulls and bears continue to pull the market in varying directions as we head into year-end trading. While the bears appear to have a grip on the technology sector, the bulls continue to push industrial stocks higher.
Today’s three big stock charts look at the numbers and indicators for Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE:BABA), Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) and Boeing Co (NYSE:BA)....More>>>
Just so no one accuses me of playing favorites after posting a list of the 15 stocks for a Donald Trump victory, here’s Deutsche Bank strategist David Bianco’s list of 15 stocks for a Hillary Clinton win:
Its difficult to pin down specific policies from either candidate, but on several economic issues their general bias is clear. These issues include taxes, trade deals, favored....More>>>
There’s a seeming contradiction when it comes to Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL). Apple stock now sits just off an all-time high. Last Thursday, its market capitalization hit $934 billion — the highest ever for a U.S. company. The iPhone is the most profitable product ever created — and it’s driven huge returns in AAPL stock, which has nearly tripled over the past five years and....More>>>
Pluralsight (PS) has gone public in an IPO which has attracted a lot of demand for the usual reasons, that is being a cloud offering, providing recurring revenues, focusing on software, learning, and growth. In reality, growth is solid, yet sales multiples are high while losses have increased quite aggressively in 2017, as the company operates in a very competitive field.
Self-driving cars haven’t yet hit commercialization as they are still in the conception phase. But IHS Markit estimatesthat they could eventually make up for over a quarter of new vehicle sales in the long run once adoption starts hitting critical mass in the next couple of years.
One of the best ways to tap into this opportunity is through Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL). The....More>>>
Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) has been in the news for all the wrong reasons for some time now, but its data scandal might have actually helped investors looking to buy the social media giant’s stock at a more attractive valuation.
Recent Price Movement
Shares of Facebook tumbled from $185 per share in mid-March to $152 near the end of March as speculation about Facebook’s....More>>>
One of the richest men in China has made a big bet on an icon of Europe’s automotive industry.
Li Shufu, the billionaire chairman of Chinese car maker Geely (GELYF), invested about $9 billion buying a stake of almost 10% in Daimler (DDAIF), making him the biggest single shareholder in the owner of Mercedes Benz.
Li, who’s estimated to be worth around $18 billion, has....More>>>
Consumer and corporate borrowing has rebounded this year, and the economy looks to book its third consecutive quarter over 3% growth for the final three months of the year. That would have shares of financial institutions booming were it not for two factors working against the industry.
Painful Bitcoin taxes will bite many unsuspecting investors next year unless they take action to mitigate the impact before the end of the year. This is especially true for the 2017 tax year, in which extraordinary gains have been the norm.