A few days ago, an article about Nike (NYSE:NKE) argued that “Nike’s shares aren’t priced to buy.” The reasoning was that “Nike is, at best, fairly valued. And it certainly isn’t trading hands at fire-sale prices.” The question is: should you expect (and wait for) fire-sales prices? Most value investors know the maxim that it is better to buy a great business....More>>>
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Higher oil prices and a Buffett purchase of Apple (AAPL) helped drive stocks higher today despite disappointing economic data out of China and the U.S.
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The S&P 500 advanced 1% to 2,066.66 today, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 175.39 points, or 1%, to 17,710.71. The Nasdaq Composite gained 1.2% to 4,775.46.
Warren Buffett is so good at picking winning businesses that he grew Berkshire Hathaway’s book value by more than 19.1% annually between1965 and 2017. That astounding track record easily qualifies him as the greatest investor of all time.
So which of Buffett’s stocks do we Fools think are great buys right now? We asked a team of Motley Fool investors to weigh in and theypicked....More>>>
Stocks soared to new highs this week despite getting a slow jump out of the gate.
The S&P 500 advanced 0.8% this week after rising 0.4% to2,316.10 today, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1%this week after gaining 96.97 points, or 0.5%, to20,269.37 today. The Nasdaq Composite climbed 1.2% this week after advancing 0.3% to5,734.13 today.
&l;p&g;&l;img class=&q;dam-image bloomberg size-large wp-image-40437048&q; src=&q;https://specials-images.forbesimg.com/dam/imageserve/40437048/960×0.jpg?fit=scale&q; data-height=&q;640&q; data-width=&q;960&q;&g; Warren Buffett, chairman and chief executive officer of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., left, and Charlie Munger, vice chairman.Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg
As China’s annual legislative gathering goes into a fourth day, it’s becoming clearer which industries stand to benefit, and those that won’t.
Increased military spending, updates on plans to build new urban zones, support for the health-care industry and easier lending rules for banks have been among the best investment themes for the week, even as the rising risk of....More>>>
When the now eight-year-old bull market meets its demise, the most likely culprit will be higher interest rates, say a preponderance of global fund managers. And when it comes to long-term rates, they have a level in mind.
The Bank of America Merrill Lynch global fund manager survey for March, released Tuesday, showed that 36% of respondents expect higher rates to be the most likely catalyst....More>>>
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Tractor Supply (NASDAQ:TSCO) is a name I’ve been bearish on for a long time. I’ve always found this stock to be very overpriced despite the fact that the fundamentals have – at times – been pretty stellar. But TSCO trading for $90 or better was never a case of the fundamentals driving the valuation and after the ill-fated Q3 report, it seems TSCO’s....More>>>