The Wheel of FORTUNE just concluded an interview, part of SA partnership with Cheddar TV to produce a Seeking Alpha "Idea of the Month" slot. These interviews are always a challenge because i) they are very short in nature (only 4-5 minutes), and ii) since it's live TV we are dealing
The financial services industry has been sounding a message loud and clear for decades – save more for retirement! Unfortunately, many people with retirement dreams are not actively saving for this long-term goal. According to the Economic Policy Institute, only about half of all American households have set aside any funds in a retirement account.
The word bills used to be synonymous with fixed expenses. But theres nothing fixed about many of the bills a typical household pays today.
Some bills have introductory rates that expire, shooting monthly costs skyward. Others offer secret discounts or upgrades to those in the know. Providers constantly tweak their plans and pricing, which means long-term customers can overpay by hundreds....More>>>
Hanger, Inc. (OTCPK:HNGR), (“HNGR”, “Hanger”, or the “Company), the largest Orthotic and Prosthetic (O&P) service provider in the United States, is mispriced due to the 2014 discovery of accounting irregularities and subsequent Q1 2016 delisting from the NYSE. Importantly, the delisting was due to the company’s failure....More>>>
What the Federal Reserve says and what the Federal Reserve does are not always the same thing. The central bank has thus far failed to raise interest rates as quickly as it had indicated last year, and now the market is starting to really doubt its credibility.
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While Fed officials continue to stand by the view that we’ll....More>>>
If you think your tax work is done once you file your return, think again. Now you need to file your tax records.
Keeping your tax returns and the documents you used to complete them obviously is critical if youre ever audited. The statute of limitations on IRS audits is a key factor in deciding what to keep and for how long. Good record-keeping also could help if you need to file an amended....More>>>
I like to allocate anywhere between 5-15% of my portfolio to lottery stocks. Usually they are cyclical or have a lot of leverage. And most of the time there is some sort of catalyst that will unlock value on the horizon. I would not advice large positions in any of these stocks. It is also best not to spend large amounts of time analyzing them as they will be small positions and are depending on....More>>>
Most people are aware that gold doesn’t tarnish, corrode or rust. That applies to pure gold because it does not easily combine with oxygen. The pure metal is also too soft to be used in jewelry, so it is mixed with other metals. Unfortunately, writing articles that recommend gold mining companies, even as a speculative play, can tarnish the author’s reputation and be corrosive....More>>>
Welcome. In this article I will give the dollar and cents reasons for how come ERIC looks like a relative bargain in today’s marketplace.
In the trailing ten years ERIC has earned their market cap in free cash flow. This is a signal the company may be undervalued. If ERIC can repeat the performance and earn over $19B in the coming....More>>>
President Trump’s tax returns are unlikely to turn up any Russian connections or impeachable offenses. Sorry, but federal tax returns are not the appropriate documents for that purpose. Members of Congress have offered resolutions demanding Trump’s tax returns and other members have called on him to release them voluntarily.
It was entertaining to watch Rachel Maddow fill an hour....More>>>
On March 13th, 2018, CTS Labs announced that they have found no less than 13, yes, count them, 13 vulnerabilities in AMD's (AMD) Ryzen and EPYC architectures. To back up this claim they have had their findings reviewed by not less than ONE, yes, just one, company, Trail of Bits. To further bolst
I have previously written some articles where I have tracked Tesla's (NASDAQ:TSLA) construction and purchases of property, plant, and equipment (P,P & E), as well as Tesla's payments for them. The reason Tesla does not have to pay for all its equipment up front was explained in
Harriet Tubman's fate on the $20 bill may not be as certain as we once thought. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told CNBC that Tubman's placement on the bill is "not something that I'm focused on at the moment."
According to Doug Mudd, museum director and curator at the Edward C. Rochette Money
Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) first shared its plans to build a semi last summer, when CEO Elon Musk laid out the company's "Master Plan, Part Deux," which detailed the 10,000-foot view of the company's vision coming years. And Musk confirmed earlier this month that Tesla would unveil a "next-level" semi i