Wall Street on Monday didn’t just cash in on one winner, or a daily double, or even a trifecta. It notched astock market-style superfecta, with all four major U.S. stock indexes — representing blue chip names, technology stocks, small caps and large-company stocks — all closing at record highs on the same day for the first time in 17years.
Back in my early 20s, when I was broke and in student-loan and credit-card debt, I started to be able to save a little money. Practically microscopic amounts but it was something.
I was so terrified of losing even those few dollars that I thought I needed to make them as safe as possible. So instead of putting them into vehicles that might actually make me some money, I put my funds into....More>>>
ContraVir Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: CTRV) is watching its shares climb on Thursday after the company reported positive interim data from its ongoing Hepatitis B (HBV) mid-stage trial. Specifically, the company announced data for CMX157, its highly potent prodrug of tenofovir.
Overall the study is the first evaluation of CMX157 in HBV patients, and directly compares CMX157 to tenofovir....More>>>
As I’ve previously detailed in the article, Straight Path Communications And The Speculative Road To ‘5G’ Commercialization, Straight Path Communications (NYSEMKT:STRP) holds a significant portfolio of mmWave spectrum licenses that could realize significant value amid the upcoming commercialization of the next generation of wireless technology, known as ‘5G.’
Beating Alzheimers is going to be a team sport. We now have our new quarterback. Referencing billionaire Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates announcement today to join the fight to cure Alzheimers, George Vradenburg, chairman, president and co-founder of UsAgainstAlzheimers - a movement bent on stop
Sales Trends A Bit Soft, But Nothing To Worry About
I have been a bit disappointed by Nordstroms (NYSE:JWN) recent results. Not because it was a bad quarter per se, but because it broke the sequence of constant overperformance compared to other peers in the
It's been a bad month for Pegasystems (NASDAQ: PEGA), with investors running for the exits after a huge top-line miss in Q3. For an enterprise software company, there's probably nothing worse. Pegasystems sold off from all-time highs near $65 and now trades nearly 20% lower, in the low $50s.
I have previously written some articles where I have tracked Tesla's (NASDAQ:TSLA) construction and purchases of property, plant, and equipment (P,P & E), as well as Tesla's payments for them. The reason Tesla does not have to pay for all its equipment up front was explained in