NVIDIA Corporation stock price has now fallen below the crucial 20-day, 50-day and 100-day moving averages. Is it time to sell NVDA stock? Flickr
Shares of NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) corporation have rallied by an impressive 173% in the last one year. If you had invested $1000 in NVDA stock a year ago, the investment would now be worth a cool $2730, not bad for a yearly return. However, the....More>>>
American Express (NYSE:AXP) helped pioneer the charge card industry, and even now, the company’s brand carries an aura of affluence that rivals have struggled hard to try to duplicate. Yet American Express has fallen back from all-time highs over the past couple of years, and the loss of its branded-card partnership with retail giant Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ:COST) was a high-profile setback....More>>>
What do an appliance company, an underwear maker, and an outdoors recreation retailer all have in common? They’re all leading, well-known brands whose stocks are trading at steep discounts to their expected earnings.
If a stock falls hard, particularly one with a durable name in its industry, it could be an opportunity to pick up shares on the cheap. But sometimes, a stock trades at....More>>>
(Editors’ Note: As discussed below, TPRP is a very illiquid security).
Tower Properties (OTCPK:TPRP) is one of the cheapest companies I have been able to find and is almost completely undiscovered by the investing public. This is a company where you are getting $1 worth of real estate, cash, shares, and property management/development/construction management earning streams for about....More>>>
Ford (NYSE:F) is known for its attractive valuation, it currently trades at around 7 times its 2017 projected earnings and has an attractive dividend yield of 5.36 percent. It also has a very low price-to-earnings ratio (P/E) compared to most other companies on the S&P 500. The stock trades at around $11 during the time I am writing this. However, after digging a little deeper, I have found....More>>>
We’re still in the wake of calendar 2017’s first earnings season. So it wasn’t surprising to see a raft of dividend raises last week, especially considering that this year has already been stuffed with lifts from every conceivable type of company.
Outside of China, Mexico is the ‘most hated’ country in Trump’s America. Last year, a survey of investors conducted by Barclays forecast the Mexican peso going to 26. It’s now at 21. If it goes to 26, buy Cancun, people. Despite all the media noise about Trump versus the Mexicans, the question investors are asking now is when will Mexico be cheap enough not to ignore?....More>>>
While U.S. equities continue their sideways skid just below the Dow 20,000 threshold — a level that has provided intractable for the last five weeks — buyers aren’t sitting still. Since the New Year, vigorous new interest has been seen in biotech stocks as hopes build for president-elect Donald Trump’s plans to repeal and replace Obamacare, potentially improving both cost....More>>>
In his seminal paper on portfolio management, Harry Markowitz had identified risk and return as the two most important variables in investment decision making. Any rational investor is supposed to minimize his risks, while maximising his return. However, risk and return go hand in hand. Henc
While U.S. equities overall remain rangebound, energy stocks are on the move on Wednesday with crude oil moving back above the $47-a-barrel level thanks to a surprise inventory draw, the largest since 2016. This comes despite a ramp up in U.S. production to the highest levels since August 20
Big oil stocksare some of the most recognizable companies in energy, but they won't bring you the big-time profits you're looking for. Instead, we've got "small" oil stocks that are ready to soar by double digits in 2017 while the bloated oil giants like Exxon Mobil Corp