If youre bullish on oil, then Continental Resources (CLR) is the stock for you. I believe the company will likely significantly grow its earnings in 2018 due to higher realized prices and around 20% production growth. Meanwhile the company, which burned cash flows in 2017, will likely report str
Oil prices are coming back to life. Global demand is soaring on the back of booming global GDP growth and oil inventories are plummeting even during winter which is a historically slow period for demand. As oil prices and the cash flow of oil companies rise, oil producers will inevitably return
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On Friday, our Under the Radar Moversnewsletter suggested small cap China based online retailstockLightinthebox Holding Co (NYSE: LITB) as a long/buy trade:
LITB has been on our watchlist for a while now, but gave us that clinching signal today. That is, after pushing up and off an entanglement of moving average lines (which made a few bullish crosses this week, by the way), LightintheBox....More>>>
Heres another reason why the Federal Reserve can leave rates unchanged Wednesday: Financial conditions are significantly tighter thanks to new money-market regulations that go into effect next month.
Liborthe London interbank offered rate, a measure of the cost for banks to borrow from each other in dollars that also serves as a benchmark reference rate for trillions of dollars in private-sector....More>>>
2016 was a surprising year… It was the eighth year of this bull market. But that didn't slow things down. U.S. stocks jumped 12%. Oil prices soared by 45%. And gold had a wild ride, eventually ending the year up 9%. With all that happening, you might have missed the major boom that happened in our neighbor to the north… Canada. Canadian stocks had a fantastic....More>>>
According to sources, China is getting close to announcing a revised National Reimbursement Drug List (NRDL), the group of drugs covered by China’s national insurance plan. There will be 300 additions, 130 of which will be chemical drugs. The rest will be traditional Chinese medicines. This is the first update of the NRDL since 2009. Last May, China negotiated....More>>>
Kimberly-Clark (KMB) is lower Monday, following a downgrade from Deutsche Bank, on the heels of its first-quarter earnings.
Analyst Bill Schmitz cut his trading on the stock from Buy to Hold, with a $130 price target. He writes that while the companys transformation in the past few years has been a thing of beauty its categories are slowing , as are its market share....More>>>
The bond market could be approaching an enormous turning point… This week, Bloomberg reported that President Obama set a remarkable record during his eight years in office: He issued more new Treasury debt – at lower interest rates – than any other president in history. From the article… Obama's administration benefited from some unprecedented....More>>>
Our primary theme for Corning’s (NYSE:GLW) shares as an investment has been a theme of transformation towards balancing revenue/earnings across all of its divisions more evenly and lessening dependence on the company’s price sensitive LCD glass business. This transformation is being accomplished in two ways. One way is the company’s ongoing acquisitions to fold into its non-display....More>>>
Ad load slowdown could hurt Facebook ARPU growth and drag overall growth. But, should You Short FB stock?
Facebook Inc.’s (NSDQ:FB)stock price has been on adownward trend over the last 30 days. The sharp downward correction can be directly attributed to Facebooks third quarter earnings where the management warned investors of slow growth.
Investor confusion about Apple (NYSE: AAPL) choosing Finisar (NYSE: FNSR) to provide VCSEL sensors in Apple iPhones has caused FNSR to fall recently and this is providing an excellent entry point into the stock.
Based on DCF analysis, we anticipate a Finisar share price of $29 in the seco
Financial Engines (FNGN) was co-founded in 1996 by William F. Sharpe, a winner of the 1990 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for his work on the theory of financial economics. Sharpe studied how prices of financial assets are determined, and the link between risk and return. Financial Engines wen
Cerus Corporation (CERS) is a $271 million market cap company focused on blood transfusion products. The company has viable products and anticipates it's increasing sales of platelet products is removing some previous sales ramp uncertainty. By expanding its supply agreement with the French Natio