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.
Yesterday, news broke that General Motors (GM) was considering selling its European business to PSA. Surprising? Yes. And it certainly wasn’t a part of the bullish argument Barron’s Johanna Bennett made for the automaker in January. But it’s an idea that actually makes quite a bit of sense, argues JPMorgan analyst Ryan Brinkman and team. They explain why:
If there’s one picture that every investor in the stock market should have permanently imprinted in their cranium right now, it’s a chart of the long-term performance of the S&P 500.
This is the most widely followed stock index in the world. It tracks the shares of the biggest and best corporations in the United States — from Apple to JPMorgan Chase to AT&T.
The Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) has a proven track record of bouncing back from scandals – and making a whole lot of money for investors.
Take the company’s “Dreamliner” battery episode, for example…
In 2013 – the Boeing 787 Dreamliner’s first year on the market – at least four planes suffered from electrical system problems stemming from....More>>>