A few days ago, an article about Nike (NYSE:NKE) argued that “Nike’s shares aren’t priced to buy.” The reasoning was that “Nike is, at best, fairly valued. And it certainly isn’t trading hands at fire-sale prices.” The question is: should you expect (and wait for) fire-sales prices? Most value investors know the maxim that it is better to buy a great business....More>>>
Retirement investors want sure things. There isnt enough time to make up for stocks that just fall into the ground, never to return. So considering how awful energy has been for the past couple of years, its probably surprising to see energy stocks and retirement mentioned in the same vicinity.
Sustained low oil and natural gas prices have negatively impacted energy stocks. OK, thats putting....More>>>
History repeats itself. The age-old mantra. Snapchat’s parent company Snap (Private:CHAT) recently filed for an initial public offering. It’s on track to be the largest domestic social media IPO since Facebook (NASDAQ:FB).
Snapchat’s largest user demographic is Generation Y (Millennials) and Generation Z (iGeneration) and it has roughly 150 million users.
Longtime readers know Steve Sjuggerud is a true contrarian… Steve has made a career of recommending cheap, hated assets that most investors have no interest in owning… And he has a long track record of winners to show for it (including the best-performing recommendation in Stansberry Research history). But in last month's issue of his True Wealth Systems service,....More>>>
Small cap Mediterranean restaurant stock Zoe’s Kitchen Inc (NYSE: ZOES) reported Q1 2017 earnings after the market closed yesterday withresults basically meeting Wall Street expectations, but shares are sinking more than 10% in premarket trading. Total revenue increased 12.6% to $90.6 million as comparable restaurant sales decreased 3.3% consisting of a 4.6% decrease in transactions and product....More>>>
William Patalon III
As you folks know, I don’t have much use for Wall Street analysts.
At least, not as a group.
But over the years, there’s been some individual analysts whom I’ve liked and respected a great deal.
One of those analysts was a gent named Michael W. Ellmann, a onetime Shakespearian literature professor who’d become a securities....More>>>