Calgary, A0, based Investment company Mawer Investment Management Ltd. buys Paychex Inc, Willis Towers Watson PLC, Canadian Natural Resources, Allergan PLC, Intercontinental Exchange Inc, Amphenol Corp, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, CRH Medical Corp, Shenandoah Telecommunications Co, Insperity Inc, sells Cenovus Energy Inc, Mednax Inc, John Wiley & Sons Inc, Qualcomm Inc, World Fuel....More>>>
Westport, CT, based Investment company Northeast Financial Consultants Inc buys Vanguard Growth ETF – DNQ, Vanguard High Dividend Yield ETF – DNQ, Vanguard Financials ETF – DNQ, Avangrid Inc, Dow Chemical Co, sells Vulcan Materials Co, WisdomTree MidCap Earnings Fund, PowerShares Dynamic Pharmaceuticals, SPDR S&P 500, Exxon Mobil Co during the 3-months ended 2016-12-31, according....More>>>
Futures for U.S. markets were higher late Thursday, but they have provided little guidance to Wall Street’s performance in regular trade in the final week of the year as both the Trump and Santa rallies wilted.
Both the Dow Jones Industrials and S&P 500 were up 0.07% while Nasdaq gained 0.12% at 9:28 p.m. EST.
Investors likely won’t push the Dow over the much-sought-after....More>>>
Earlier today, we highlighted one analyst who compared Tesla Motors (TSLA) to New York City in the 1970s and recommended investors sell now. Baird’sBen Kallo andTyler Frank, however, see recent weakness in Tesla as a buying opportunity. In a note released yesterday, they explained why:
2016 Tesla Model S
Reiterate Outperform and price target of $338. We are buyers on recent....More>>>
The U.S. stock market closed out another quiet week with small losses on Friday. The market opened the session lower and then climbed through mid-day. After an early afternoon selloff, the major averages closed near their best levels of the day.
Gainers included The GEO Group (NYSE: GEO), which jumped almost 22 percent a day after plunging nearly 40 percent on news that the U.S. government....More>>>
Friday was a mixed day for the stock market; the Dow Jones Industrials fell slightly even as the S&P 500 (SNPINDEX:^GSPC) and Nasdaq Composite finished higher. The S&P 500’s gains of about a fifth of a percent were propelled in part by favorable economic data showing that retail sales climbed by 0.6% in December, driven by strong performance in the automotive sector. Solid bank earnings....More>>>
I have been investing in the resource sector for the past five years. As most of you undoubtedly know, the sector is highly volatile. Therefore, I tend to look for names that I think have 50-100% upside or more, as I feel this is the kind of upside necessary, given the risks in the sector. I think Blackham Resources (OTCPK:BKHRF) is one such name.
I have about 15% of my overall portfolio....More>>>
Tesla is set to reap massive revenues from the industry which powers every other one: energy. Solar energy will power TSLA stock going forward.
Since its IPO in 2010, Tesla (NSDQ:TSLA) has had short periods of volatility and also uncertainty about its viability as a game-changing company. Elon Musks ambitious projects had raised some eyebrows on the Wall Street. However, recent developments....More>>>
With the election in the rear-view—and Inauguration Day just a few weeks off—plenty of investors have asked me what they should do with their portfolios now.
I’ll name five bargain dividend growers that should be on your buy list in a moment. But first, here are 2 sectors—and 9 stocks—you need to handle with care.
Let These 4 Growth Rockets Cool Down
Shares of Rogers Corp. (NYSE:ROG) gained 19.9% in April 2017, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence.
The company reported first-quarter results on April 26, sending share prices nearly 12% higher the next day. Rogers saw 27% year-over-year sales growth and 79% higher earnings, leaving analyst estimates far behind in both cases.