Any time a growth stock like Amazon (NSDQ:AMZN) comes under pressure, value investors come out in droves citing the company’s ridiculously high earnings multiple as reason enough to stay clear of the stock. Growth investors and value investors are two entirely different breeds. One looks for deeply discounted fundamentally strong companies whereas growth investors concentrate a lot on growth....More>>>
By Jennifer Nelson, Next Avenue Contributor
(Editor’s Note: This story is part of a partnership between Chasing the Dream and Next Avenue.)
If you are having money problems, its quite possible they are causing you physical pain. According to research studies, people who feel their financial outlook is shaky may actually experience more physical pain than those who are financially....More>>>
Many have mulled this question; few have been lucky enough to answer it: Take lottery winnings as a lump sum or annuity?
As with any financial decision, there are pros and cons to both sides. But the pro to a lump sum is often the same as the con: You get to take that money and run. For some that means investing it; for others, it means wallpapering their house with $100....More>>>
Recreational vehicles have hit a stretch of popularity that the industry hasn’t seen since the 1970s, and Thor Industries (NYSE:THO) has found itself in the right place at the right time. The RV specialist has made every effort it can to boost its growth to take advantage of favorable conditions, both by ramping up its existing internal operations and by looking for strategic combinations....More>>>
Sometime in my mid-twenties, I decided I wanted to stay in the Maryland area and buy a home.
I could afford a mortgage around $1,500 per month based on my expensesmostly student loan paymentsand salary.If I found the perfect home, I could stretch to afford around$1,750 per month.
As I searched for my future home, I played a financial game with myself. Id soon be saddled with a $1,500....More>>>
With the current bull market entering its eighth year and the S&P 500 trading wellabove its historic average, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to find and buy cheap stocks today — challenging, but not impossible.
In fact, some of businesses’ biggest names trade at significant discounts to the market, including companies like Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway....More>>>
Working into the second half of your sixties (or even longer) can mean a happier, more financially secure retirement when you finally leave your job.
Here are six good reasons for working at least a few more years.
By Jane Bennett Clark, Senior Editor | Updated January 2017
Retirement Is Lifes Most Expensive Purchase
OMB Looks Ready to OK Delay of Fiduciary Rule
CFPB Barred, for Now, From Naming Company Under Investigation
Advisors and their firms know they have to “work smarter” online. At a social media conference Thursday in San Francisco sponsored by the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, leaders in the technology....More>>>
Source: ThinkstockMarch 29, 2017: The S&P 500 closed higher on the day, up 0.11 % and 2.56 points to 2,361.14. Separately the DJIA closed down 0.20% on the day at 20,659.39, down approximately 42.11 points. The question remains if the DJIA gain on Tuesday was just a head fake as the index is lower versus the Nasdaq and the S&P500.
The recovery that oil has made on Tuesday and Wednesday....More>>>
On November 10, super-independent ConocoPhillips (NYSE:COP) hosted its annual analyst day and gave investors some guidance on what the firm plans on doing. After a solid Q3 report, the company was coming in with a strong hand to play. Last quarter, ConocoPhillips generated enough cash flow to cover both its capital expenditures and its dividend. Cash flow neutrality means its outspend headache is....More>>>