April 24, 2017: Markets opened higher Monday following a first round of voting in France that appears at least to maintain both the EU and the currency union. The financial sector traded more than 2% higher near the end of Monday’s trading with real estate and telecom the only sectors showing losses for the day. WTI crude oil for June delivery settled at $49.23 a barrel, down 0.8% on the day.....More>>>
This analysis will show why we think OpenText (OTEX) is one of the few undervalued companies in the technology sector. Per the fiscal 2017 annual report, OpenText made progress expanding into the enterprise information management such that the company sees a total addressable market size of $35 billion. Given the overall market size and associated need of enterprise information management, OpenText....More>>>
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When earnings season commences, being a REIT analyst is a busy time, especially since I am also working to finish up the content for the August issues of the Forbes Real Estate Investor.
Thankfully, I have a terrific team at Forbes who help me turn my analytical-jaded jargon into digestible dividend data. It really helps to have a talent pool at Forbes....More>>>
After a three-week rally that erased the dollar’s 2018 losses, greenback bulls face a test Thursday in the latest read on U.S. inflation. Millennium Global Investments doesn’t expect them to be disappointed.
That’s the view of Richard Benson, head of portfolio investments at the hedge fund, which manages $20 billion. April’s consumer-price index will be pivotal....More>>>
What’s Next: President Trump is about to announce more than $50 billion in annual tariffs on China in an effort to combat its theft of U.S. technology secrets. The move is Trump’s most aggressive play against China yet and could launch a global trade war.
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The Big Picture: The U.S. and China are at war for technological supremacy in the 21st Century.....More>>>
Procter & Gamble Co. (NYSE: PG) posted a share price loss of 1.3% last week, not much, but enough to maintain its rank as the worst-performing Dow Jones industrialaverage stock of the year to date. So far in 2018, the shares have lost 20.8%.
The second-worst Dow stock so far this year is General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE), which is down 17.6%. That is followed by 3M Co. (NYSE: MMM), down....More>>>
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(1) Tesla (TSLA) will reportedly start producing its Model Y sport utility vehicle in November 2019. Can we just say what sane people (not the Tesla fanatics who continue to shred me on Twitter each day) are probably thinking: How in the world is Tesla going to successfully produce another vehicle, a more complex....More>>>
After positive mid-stage trial data suggested earlier this year that it might be able to reshape the treatment of kidney failure in lupus patients, Aurinia Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:AUPH)has announced plans for a late-stage study that could eventually allow it to win regulatory OKs in the U.S., Europe, and Japan.
What’s going on
Aurinia Pharmaceuticals is working on voclosporin,....More>>>
When Abby Schneidermans brother was killed in a car accident, her family was crushed by grief. They were also overwhelmed by trying to get his affairs in order posthumously. In an instant, everything changed for my family, she says. We had no idea what to do, we were in a daze as so many people are. They couldnt locate certain documents or and didnt know where to turn.
The idea of getting....More>>>
Activist investor and billionaire George Soros
A couple weeks ago we told you how Warren Buffett has enjoyed a $12.3 billion gain from the markets since the election.
Then there’s George Soros.
You see, the hedge fund activist investor bet against the “Trump Rally.”
And – as Soros does – he bet big…
How Much George Soros....More>>>