General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) on Tuesday posted total October U.S. sales of 258,626 vehicles, a decrease of 1.7% compared with October 2015. Retail deliveries rose 2.5 points for the year to date to 208,290 units, and fleet deliveries slipped 3.7 percentage points for the year to date.
GMs new vehicle sales for October were forecast at 246,512 by analysts at Edmunds.com. WardsAuto had estimated....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
Our Top Pick for conservative growth investors in 2017 is a private equity firm specializing in acquisitions, buyouts, and middle market investments, explains Jimmy Mengel, editor of The Crow’s Nest.
Compass Diversified Holdings (CODI) seeks to invest in manufacturing, distribution, consumer products, and business services sectors.
One thing I like about Compass is its strict....More>>>
It’s a good time to buy a home. Accordingto the Mortgage Bankers Association, getting approved for a home loan is easier than it has been at any time in this past decade, with lenders recently approving 77% of loans, up from 71% in mid-2015. On top of that, interest rates are still extremely low, historically speaking.
You might want to act relatively quickly, though, as interest rates....More>>>
As concerns about Gilead Sciences (GILD) mount, Maxim’s Jason Kolbert are bullish on the biotech giant’s HIV franchise but not enough to change his Hold rating on the stock:
We recently spoke with GILD management about the launch of Genvoya and other HIV products. Our model now factors in our forecast for patient switch trends from other Gilead products....More>>>
U.S. stocks fell on Wednesday, slumping in a broad decline as the markets multiweek rallywhich has taken indexes to repeated records and the Dow within mere points of the 20,000 milestonestalled.
All 11 of the S&P 500s primary sectors ended lower on the day, while the benchmark index itself suffered its biggest one-day point and percentage drop since October. Financials and materials,....More>>>