The stock market’s relentless march upward has pushed the prices of many companies higher. As investors bid up good and bad businesses alike, that can make it hard to discern which companies are the best dividend growth stocks for long-term investors.
That’s especially true in the world of dividend stocks, where income-starved investors face great temptation to reach for high-dividend....More>>>
In response to an analyst upgrade, shares ofTandem Diabetes Care (NASDAQ:TNDM),a medical device company focused on insulin pumps, rose 16% as of 11:30 a.m. EDT on Monday.
Tandem’s shareholders can thank JP McKim, an analyst at Piper Jaffray, for today’s double-digit jump. McKim upgraded Tandem’s stock from neutral to overweight on Monday....More>>>
Theres reason tothink that President Trump might target uranium imports for tariffs after imposing them on solar equipment back in January and then another announcing another round late last week on steel and aluminum (China has alreadyresponded by announcing planned tariffs on imports of U.S. pork, recycled aluminum, steel pipes, fruit and wine). At first glance, you might think that wouldcause....More>>>
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Kevin Kelly of Recon Capital Advisors spoke on Bloomberg....More>>>
The market has not been kind to Camping World Holdings (NYSE: CWH) as of late. Since hitting a high of $47.40 on December 8th, CWH shareholders have seen their investment drop to the tune of 28%. Let’s take a closer look and see if there is a valid reason for the pullback or if the recent pullback presents a buying opportunity.
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If you’re an investor in consumer goods giant Unilever (NYSE:UN), odds are you followed the takeover bid from Kraft Heinz(NASDAQ: KHC) closely in 2017. Ultimately, it fell through, with Unilever’s management rebutting that it was better off on its own. There was some mustard left on the face of Kraft Heinz, but major shareholder Warren Buffett claimed there was potentially a misunderstanding....More>>>
Ladenburg Thalmann’s Adolfo Rueda explains why he’s feeling bullish about shares of Lululemon Athletica (LULU):
We highlight the daily chart for LULU and rate the stock Outperform. We would add/buy at current levels as well as on slight weakness. We are using a technical target of $72.00 while using a stop of $58.75.
LULU reclaimed its slowly deteriorating moving average....More>>>
Yesterday, our Under the Radar Movers newsletter suggested small cap functional ingredient stock Neptune Technologies & Bioressources (NASDAQ: NEPT) as a long/bullish trade:
As for Neptune Technologies and Biosciences, again, this is just another short-term volatility play. We won’t be in it very long. We do want in though, as when volume starts to pour in, it’s been great....More>>>
It’s been an interesting few years for T-shirt manufacturer Delta Apparel (NYSEMKT:DLA). A huge spike in cotton prices in 2011 helped turn a near-$2 EPS in FY11 into a loss in FY12. (DLA fiscal years then ended in June; the company moved to September in 2013.) Delta managed to recover in FY13, getting EPS back over $1 – and then the company’s Soffe brand started falling apart,....More>>>
Fears about a Donald Trump presidency may be misplaced, according to Goldman Sachs Group CEO Lloyd Blankfein in an interview published in the German newspaper Handelsblatt.
Blankfein, head of the worlds most prominent investment bank, said Trump would be a level-headed leader despite his controversial anti-immigration rhetoric and his protectionist stance on trade policies. Trump has proposed....More>>>