St. Helier, Y9, based Investment company Contrarius Investment Management Ltd buys Gilead Sciences Inc, Teck Resources, Tegna Inc, Liberty Formula One Group, Boston Beer Co Inc, International Business Machines Corp, Barrick Gold Corp, Kinross Gold Corp, Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc, Arch Coal Inc, sells Apple Inc, Twitter Inc, Bitauto Holdings, Encana Corp, Western Digital Corp during the 3-months....More>>>
By Ben Reynolds
Bank of Nova Scotia (NYSE:BNS) is the third-largest Canadian bank ranked by market cap.
Bank of Nova Scotia’s market cap is $64 billion The Toronto-Dominion Bank’s market cap is $83 billion Royal Bank of Canada’s market cap is $94 billion
Bank of Nova Scotia’s financial metrics should immediately stand out for value-focused dividend....More>>>
Lemmings jump off a cliff
DryShips (NASDAQ:DRYS) is down significantly in the face of another reverse stock split. On top of this bad news, the Baltic Dry Index has fallen sharply in the face of plunging capesize rates.
Regardless of the challenges facing DryShips, a new group of lemmings will continue to buy the stock and prop up Economou’s plaything. For this reason, we....More>>>
Nvidia (NVDA) tumbled to the bottom of the S&P 500 today after short seller Citron Research tweeted that the best-performing stock in the popular benchmark this year “belongs at $90.”
Nvidiadropped 6.9% to $109.25 today, while the S&P 500 fell 0.8% to 2,249.92.
My colleague Tiernan Ray summarized the tweet in a post on Barron’s Tech....More>>>
Yesterday, our Under the Radar Moversnewsletter suggested going long on small cap biopharmaceutical stock Xenon Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ: XENE):
We’recounting on Xenon Pharmaceuticals breaking out of a converging wedge pattern in a bullish direction, though we’ve got plenty of good reason to expect just that. The big clues are the way XENE is not only finding support at key....More>>>
U.S. equities drifted lower on Thursday as many of the trade dynamics we’ve seen since the election reversed. Stocks were weaker. Bonds were stronger. The dollar weakened. Gold rose. Interest rates declined.
There was no particular catalyst for the move. Just a nagging sense that many of these trades had become overextended and were vulnerable to profit-taking and short covering. In....More>>>
Thanks to everyone who joined us for our special event earlier this week… It was among the most valuable we've held to date, and the early feedback from attendees has been incredibly positive. If you missed it, Porter and Stansberry Research senior analyst Bryan Beach walked attendees through their "10x Project" research… and officially unveiled our....More>>>
The S&P 500 (SNPINDEX:^GSPC) did well in 2016, producing another winning year and extending the bull market in stocks. Even though the index had some troubled times, strength in the U.S. economy and in fundamental business prospects for the index’s constituent stocks helped the market overcome challenges and continue its generally upward path. Technically, the S&P 500’s best....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