Markets are finally bouncing back, thanks to the tech stocks that are once again driving the rally after the recent setback. After shining for the whole of 2017 and the start of 2018, tech stocks took a beating since early March. However, it seems things are finally looking up for the broader tech sector, and its players are back on track.
Last week saw markets recovering with stocks....More>>>
General Electric (GE) reported earnings last week, earnings that didn’t exactly thrill investors. Deutsche Bank’s John Inch has his own issues with General Electric’s earnings:
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Challenged organic order growth continued:General Electric reported Industrial organic equipment orders down 13% despite easy comparisons (Industrial....More>>>
History suggests that people worried about complacency based solely on the VIX don’t have the substantiation to support their claims.
Brent Schutte is the chief investment strategist of Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company.
A seeming staple of the post-Great Recession economic and market advance has been the never-ending chatter about the “next” potential....More>>>
I have been covering the stocks of B Communications (NASDAQ:BCOM) and Internet Gold (NASDAQ:IGLD) over the past two years. During that time, I published several articles regarding these companies. I am a great fan of the two, and have owned BCOM for years. They are two little companies, that due to their small size and low trading volume stay unnoticed by most investors.
By Sara Nunnally
Back in 1991, rapper LL Cool J released his single, “Mama Said Knock You Out,” which famously begins with this line:
“Don’t call it a comeback/I’ve been here for years.”
The story goes that many critics thought LL’s career was on the decline when his grandmother told him to “knock out” all the naysayers.
Social Security provides critical benefits to countless seniors and disabled Americans, but despite the program’s long-term standing, there has been talk in recent years of it running out of money. In fact, in a 2016 Transamerica survey, 77% of workers said they’re worried about Social Security going bankrupt by the time they’re set to retire.
But while the program isn’t....More>>>
The U.S. presidential election is up in the air right now–FiveThirtyEight’s model puts the odds at 58.9% for a Clinton victory, 41.1% for a Trump win. So Deutsche Bank’s David Bianco and team came up with two baskets of 15 stocks, one for a Trump victory, the second for a Clinton win. Here’s Bianco’s take on what might happen if Republican’s sweep both the presidency....More>>>
Opioid drug abuse has become a national epidemic; Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited (TEVA) has just developed a drug that could potentially deliver pain relief without the scourge of addiction, suggests Jimmy Mengel, editor of The Crow’s Nest.
Teva is an Israeli company that specializes mainly in generic drugs. Their “non-addictive” painkiller Vantrela ER was....More>>>
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The Department of Labor’s Conflict of Interest Rule, if implemented in its current form, will force advisors to choose between employer-sponsored retirement plan business and traditional wealth management, according to....More>>>
Kraft Heinz has put its plans to buy British and Dutch food and personal care products conglomerate Unilever back on the shelf after Unilever turned down its $140 billion bid.
But the ketchup and macaroni and cheese king could still be interested in shopping for another big maker of supermarket staples.
Kraft Heinz (KHC) is backed by Warren Buffett. His Berkshire Hathaway (BRKB)....More>>>