Media stories about Neenah (NYSE:NP) have trended positive recently, according to Accern Sentiment. Accern identifies positive and negative news coverage by reviewing more than 20 million news and blog sources in real-time. Accern ranks coverage of public companies on a scale of negative one to one, with scores nearest to one being the most favorable. Neenah earned a news sentiment score of 0.26....More>>>
The US government balance sheet features $80 trillion to $200 trillion in unfunded liabilities. This amount stems from future entitlement program burdens that are, in effect, government promises.
No one is going to vote to reduce their entitlements. (Well, other than the very well-off, who dont actually need those entitlements.)
Unfunded pension liabilities at the....More>>>
The global market for alternative energy soared to $1.35 trillion last year, and that’s just the beginning of this explosive industry growth.
For savvy investors, right now is the perfect time to get in early on alternative energy investments as renewable energy begins overtaking the energy market.
You see, the need for energy is a constant across the globe. And demand for....More>>>
On Thursday, our Elite Opportunity Pronewsletter suggestedsmall cap embedded antenna technologies stock Airgain Inc (NASDAQ: AIRG) as a buy:
Fundamentally, AIRG is a classic growth play Basically, what’s not to like about AIRG from a fundamental perspective? Well, nothing really, but from a purely technical perspective, AIRG has not been for the faint of heart. Following its initial....More>>>
If you look at the Shiller price-to-earnings ratio for the S&P 500, you’ll find that the stock market is presently at its third most expensive in history. The most overvalued stock market was in 1999-2000 during the dot-com bubble. Second in line is the market just prior to the 1929 crash. At present, the market is just a hair below that level, with a Shiller P/E Ratio of 29.45.
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger are set to answer questions from Berkshire Hathaway(NYSE: BRK-B)(NYSE: BRK-A) shareholders at the company’s annual meeting on Saturday. While I’m not expecting any major surprises, here are four things I’ll be watching for during the Oracle of Omaha’s Q&A session.
More concrete succession plans
This is a big item on the....More>>>