When Blue Apron (NYSE: APRN) announced its IPO in June, people were excited. A relatively flat IPO market was to blame, and analysts and investors alike had hoped that this IPO could be the one to bring life back to a struggling IPO market. On the surface, it makes enough sense. You like to cook but hate going to the grocery store, so pay Blue Apron to essentially go to the store and pick out ingredients....More>>>
General Electric Company’s strategy of acquisitions focusing on its industrial group will drive GE stock higher.
General Electric (NYSE:GE)has been making many new acquisitions, focused on its industrial group, in the last few months. In my previous article about GE, I suggested that the recent purchases of a majority stake in two important producers of additive manufacturing machines....More>>>
The approval of the Iranian Petroleum Contract is the culmination of a summer of economic diplomacy between Moscow and Tehran.
A long summer
On September 17th, Iran’s parliament endorsed a new Petroleum Contract put forward by the energy ministry and the cabinet. The coming weeks will reveal which oil majors are willing to risk investment in ventures with the National Iranian....More>>>
Since its IPO in March 2014, 2U (NASDAQ:TWOU) stock is up over 160% as the company forges partnerships with famous schools, including Georgetown, Yale, Berkeley, and New York University.
Last week, Supernova analyst David Kretzmann spent time with company co-founder and CEO Chip Paucek at CES 2017. Tune in to learn more about 2U’s unique business, Paucek’s vision for the company,....More>>>
If 2016 is going to be pegged with a defining, overarching “theme,” it’s likely to be wearables… technology worn like clothing or accessories that connects people and their bodies in ways we’ve never seen before.
Giving credit where it’s due, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) got the party started with just the mere rumor of its smartwatch. However, whereas....More>>>
On Tuesday morning President-elect Donald Trump backed out of a meeting he had called with The New York Times. Hours later, he was in the Times building, complaining about the paper’s coverage of him.
The visit included an on-the-record meeting at which Times staff was able to ask questions of Trump, as several Times reporters live-tweeted the proceedings. What resulted was a wide-ranging....More>>>
Investing is a relativistic endeavor because all investors have limited capital, and therefore must make choices between one option and another. It is with that in mind that I decided to take a look at the relative merits of our two Canadian railroads. In short, I would recommend purchasing Canadian National Railway (NYSE:CNI) and avoiding or shorting Canadian Pacific Railway (NYSE:CP). I outline....More>>>
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The markets may still be celebrating a Trump victory, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Friday, but an errant cabinet appointment could send us lower. Until that happens however, Cramer’s game plan for next week continues to focus on earnings.
A pile of rusty pipes and materials are all that remain of Lanzhou New Area’s tram project. Only a year ago it was a flagship public-private partnership for the planned city in Central China, before it fell victim to President Xi Jinping’s debt clampdown.
The stock markets gains may have you dancing a jig. But they may also have you breaking into a sweat. To ease your anxiety, you might consider adding a small dose of alternative investmentsthings that zig when the stock market zagsto your portfolio, even if it means giving up some po