April is Financial Literacy Monththe perfect opportunity to teach kids about money as we inch towards summer. They’ll want to go to waterparks and baseball games with friends and enjoy other activities, and they should learn now how they can afford to do all those things. In teen lingo, I understand that kids are all about “swag,” and I agreekids really do need SWAG. However, the....More>>>
Call of Duty is going back to its roots. Image source: Activision Blizzard.
On its latest conference call, Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) confirmed that Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare fell short of expectations, yet the company turned in a great quarter. The top video game publisher posted growth in revenue and earnings, and increased its annual dividend by 15%.
Last week, Canadas announced a suite of bills to legalize recreational marijuana use throughout Canada making good on a campaign promise. The pending legalization bills are widely expected to pass (the goal is to get the regulatory regime off the ground by July 1, 2018) with Abovethelaw.com having an article with the following good summary of the proposedrestrictions and standards:
While U.S. equities continue their sideways skid just below the Dow 20,000 threshold — a level that has provided intractable for the last five weeks — buyers aren’t sitting still. Since the New Year, vigorous new interest has been seen in biotech stocks as hopes build for president-elect Donald Trump’s plans to repeal and replace Obamacare, potentially improving both cost....More>>>
When choosing stocks for my retirement portfolio, I look for stocks that I never plan to sell. I want companies whose businesses will survive and grow for generations to come, producing decades of compound gains. With that in mind, here are three stocks I own that I plan to hang onto forever. Here’s why I own each, and why you might want to consider them, as well.
U.S. equities mostly finisher higher on Tuesday, recovering from Monday’s post-holiday weakness. Headlines focused on OPEC ahead of a minister-level meeting on Wednesday where expectations are heightened for an oil production freeze that’s been teased in various forms since February.
In the end, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.1%, the S&P 500 Index wafted up 0.1%,....More>>>