Today, I (Flavious) want to talk about what I expect in the near term with oil prices... These days, just about everything you hear about oil is negative. And while I'm incredibly bullish over the long term, I believe we could first see more trouble across the sector... Conti
So far, I’ve been a small brick in the “wall of worry” being climbed by Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) stock. I argued in March, for instance, that Microsoft was worth about $100 billion too much. MSFT stock has gained another 12%-plus since then — and Microsoft
With the year having come to an end, the order battle of 2016 between Boeing (NYSE:BA) and Airbus (OTCPK:EADSF) has been concluded and a new annual order has started. In this article, I want to have a look at who can crown itself the winner of 2016 in terms of orders.
An obvious winner
Looking at the table, it almost seems that the winner is obvious, but I do think that some remarks....More>>>
May 24, 2017: Here are four stocks trading with relatively heavy volume among 106 equities making new 52-week lows in Wednesday’s session. On the NYSE, advancers led decliners by about 4 to 3 and on the Nasdaq advancers led decliners by a slim 14 to 13 margin.
Chico’s FAS Inc. (NYSE: CHS) dropped nearly 20% Wednesday to post a new 52-week low of $8.91 after closing at $11.09 on....More>>>
What the Biggest BDs Are Saying About Trump’s Fiduciary Order
Sen. Warren: Fiduciary Rule Delay Would Hurt Financial Services Firms
The House Financial Services Committee will zero in this Congress on Dodd-Frank Act implementation, with a likely rollback of the law with the reintroduction this week of Rep. Jeb Hensarling’s Financial....More>>>
While U.S. equities overall remain rangebound, energy stocks are on the move on Wednesday with crude oil moving back above the $47-a-barrel level thanks to a surprise inventory draw, the largest since 2016. This comes despite a ramp up in U.S. production to the highest levels since August 2015.
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And yet gasoline demand is actually moving lower,....More>>>
A closer look at the uranium mining industry over the last 20 years reveals a classic debt-fueled commodity cycle which peaked in 1Q2011 and, I believe, bottomed in 4Q2016. As demand increased globally and uranium spot prices rose to over $70/lb by early 2011, gargantuan long-term CAPEX projects were commissioned to increase production. However, after total nuclear energy consumption peaked at ~626....More>>>
2016 was arguably the year of the Dow on Wall Street, as the blue-chip stock gauge ended the year flirting with the 20,000 milestoneafter posting 17 record highs after Election Day.
But a look back at 2016 is a stark reminder that the year didn’t start well for the Dow Jones industrial average andthat there were scares along the way. Still, the Dow posted a 13.4% gain in 2016 —....More>>>
Paladin Energy (OTCPK:PALAF, OTCPK:PALAY) used to be one of the market darlings to gain exposure to uranium, and when the uranium prices were shooting through the roof in 2007, Paladin’s share price reached C$10. A lot has happened since then, and the uranium market has pretty much collapsed. Paladin sold its uranium on the spot market, and has thus been unable to benefit....More>>>
Tesla (TSLA) announced after the close that it would issue more stock and sell convertibles. And Tesla, being Tesla, its stock is rising.
In filings with the the SEC today, Tesla said it would sell $750 million dollars in convertible bonds, and another $750 $250 million in common stock. Now normally, stocks fall when they dilute their shareholders. Not Tesla,....More>>>
U.S. stocks rallied on Tuesday, with major indexes simultaneously closing at records for a second session in a row on the back of gains in defensive sectors and energy, even as concerns remained about the markets valuation.
Stocks finished near their highs of the session with the days gains broad as all 11 of the S&P 500s sectors finished higher.
Deutsche Bank’s Ryan Todd and team explain why they raised their price targets on four oil exploration companies–Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD), Devon Energy (DVN), Marathon Oil (MRO), and EOG Resources (EOG):
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We see capital efficiency bottoming (or peaking, rather) in 2017, at a rate of $18.6k/boe of growth. This compares favorably with....More>>>
One sound long-term investing strategy is to buy stocks that offer up high dividend yields.This strategy has become particularly enticing in today’s low interest rateenvironment, since it offers investors a chance to generate a lot of income from their portfolio. However, justbecausea stock offers up a high yield doesn’t make it an automatic buy, especially....More>>>
Pundits appear to be mixed about if or when the next recession will materialize. The debate has cast transportation stocks like Canadian National Railway (NYSE:CNI) into the spotlight. Canadian National is one of the world’s best run railroads. However, headwinds abound. For the first 46 weeks of 2016 total carloads for the year U.S. and Canada were down Y/Y by 9.3%....More>>>
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Crude oil has spent Monday morning above trading $53, up from $52 on Thursday. The high for the year sits at $54.41. Gold meanwhile has rallied up....More>>>
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Crowds of investors and media professionals gathered in New York earlier this monthfor the 22nd annual Sohn Investment Conference. The event, dedicated to the memory of Ira Sohn, brings together some of the world's most renowned hedge fund managers who share their top investment ideas while
Lately, there have been a lot of questions about the overvaluation of stocks in the cybersecurity space. I've had contributors who think the entire sector should be shorted. I mean, regardless of growth rate, ROIC or P/E, just short the entire sector and its glory.
Auto part retailers have long been the darlings of the retail industry with consistent earnings growth, the highest margins in the sector, and protection from online players. And as a result, the stocks have been rewarded with a high valuation and market outperformance. However, there's a lo
They're baaa-aack. Wall Street: "Please God, no." Two ex-presidents both declare their intention of getting back in the game in October 2018. Only one, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, has a chance of winning the presidency once again. Lula is under investigation for orchestrating the large