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Chairman and CEO of B. Riley Financial Inc (NASDAQ:RILY) Bryant R Riley bought 28,000 shares of RILY on 06/15/2017 at an average price of $15.55 a share. The total cost of this purchase was $435,400.

B. Riley Financial Inc is a diversified financial services company. The company through its subsidiaries offers investment banking and financial services. B. Riley Financial Inc has a market....More>>>

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A recent Barclays note suggested that Prospect Capital (NASDAQ:PSEC) may have trouble repeating its Q2 success. Analyst Mark DeVries noted that PSEC’s sale of Harbortouch last quarter generated $0.04 per share in one-time items. Without this boost, NII would have been just $0.22 per share, versus $0.26 per share reported. In addition, without this extra income, PSEC would not have covered....More>>>

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Frontier Communications (FTR) tumbled to the bottom of the S&P 500 today thanks to financial results so bad they called into question the viability telecom company’s dividend.

Frontier Communications was cold as ice today Getty Images

Shares of Frontier Communications plunged 14% to $3.39 today, while the S&P 500 fell 0.7% to 2,097.94.

Hilliard Lyons analyst David....More>>>

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A week ago, we published a story about a problem surfacing with the Apple Inc. (AAPL) iPhone 6 lineup, especially the iPhone 6 Plus. So-called Touch Disease was rendering Apples first generation of larger smartphone useless and the company had no fix. Now reports say Touch Disease occurrences are surging to the point where it is the single biggest iPhone issue that Apple Stores have to deal with.

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Many great American companies have risen to become behemoths over the decades. Many of those great names also have fallen from grace. Sometimes after a company falls from grace, it almost doesn’t even matter to investors what a company says or does.

Investors love good stories. They love earnings. They love growth. They love dividends. And if those qualities aren’t quite there,investors....More>>>

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Hankook (OTC:HAOOF), the Korean tire manufacturer, is very profitable and stealing market share from competitors. The stock is cheap and the company wants to grow 15% in 2017.

The stock trades at 57,300 won, there are 123.85 million shares, and the market cap is 7.1 trillion won ($6.1 billion). It takes 1151 won to buy one dollar. The stock pays a 400 won dividend and yields 0.7%. Earnings....More>>>

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Electric utility firm Southern Company (NYSE:SO) recently delivered pleasant news to investors. The company announced a 8-cent hike in annual dividend to $2.32 per share. Notably, this marks the 16th straight year that the company has increased its annual payout. The quarterly dividend of the company will increase by 2 cents from 56 cents to 58 cents, representing a 3.6% hike. This marks....More>>>

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The U.S. Commerce Department backed Boeing in its challenge to Bombardier, recommending an enormous tariff on sales of Bombardier’s C Series jetliner, a major blow to the Canadian plane maker.

The initial ruling by the International Trade Commission, an arm of the Commerce Department, recommends a 219.63% tariff on the delivery of each airliner, according to a person briefed on the....More>>>

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Chesapeake Energy’s (NYSE:CHK) shares have fallen off of 52-week highs lately on the back of profit taking. However, recovering crude oil prices and Chesapeake Energy’s more aggressive capital program for 2017 suggest that the oil and natural gas company is much more optimistic about its future than it was just a short while ago. Further, after selling more than $2 billion in assets....More>>>

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Royal Dutch Shell plc (NYSE:RDS-B) has a fat yield of around 6.7%. But its long-term debt load has increased by more than 50% in the past year and by nearly 120% since the end of 2014. The oil and natural gas giant is now selling assets to get its stressed balance sheet under control. Although I’m fairly confident it will be able to save its dividend, investors should always question their....More>>>