Exelixis, Inc. (NASDAQ:EXEL) CEO Michael Morrissey sold 40,000 shares of Exelixis stock in a transaction on Wednesday, March 13th. The stock was sold at an average price of $24.64, for a total value of $985,600.00. The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Comm
News articles about Thermal Energy International (CVE:TMG) have been trending somewhat negative recently, according to InfoTrie. The research firm identifies positive and negative press coverage by monitoring more than 6,000 news and blog sources in real time. The firm ranks coverage of public c
A basket of Asian blue chips exposed to outbound Chinese tourism has outperformed the regional benchmark by more that 5 percentage points this year, according to Societe Generale SA.
A bunch of 44 stocks, including casino companies, retailers and transportation firms from Hong Kong, China, Japan and South Korea have benefited from the quadrupling in the number of outbound trips made by Chinese....More>>>
Perhaps it is because trading stocks can often mirror the thrill of winning big at the blackjack tables, or maybe it is because Las Vegas conjures images of the world’s most flashy brands and businessmen. Regardless of the reason, it is clear that gambling stocks are always among the most popular on Wall Street.
Luckily for investors, now is also a great time to be buying gambling stocks,....More>>>
Despite being an illegal drug at the federal level, marijuana’s momentum seemingly can’t be corralled. Just last year alone, five new states legalized medical cannabis, bringing the total number of states to have done so to 28, while the number of recreational weed states doubled to eight from four. In fact, Arizona was the only state to have a pot proposition lose in the polls, otherwise....More>>>
This past Monday, March 11, President Trump unveiled his fiscal 2020 budget proposal for the federal government. As a reminder, fiscal years for the federal government end on Sept. 30 and begin on Oct. 1. Unveiling a budget months in advance of the actual implementation is supposed to allow Cong
These days, the financial sector seems cheap ... very cheap. Despite the U.S. economy's continued growth, investors appear to be anticipating the end of the 10-year bull market and a subsequent downturn, which would drag financial stocks along with it. Yet the pessimism around banks has attract