Many permanent employees dream of going freelance and enjoying the benefits that come with it. But it looks like millennials are making plans to turn that dream into reality. In a survey by MetLife, 74% of younger workers say they’re interested in becoming freelancers, and 40% of millennials say their intention is to leave their full-time jobs within the next five years in favor of independent....More>>>
As investors digest the unexpected triumph of Donald Trump in the polls, the conclusion that banking stocks will benefit greatly from the incoming administration’s intention to ‘dismantle’ the Dodd-Frank Act has been difficult to ignore. To wit, the KBW Bank Index is up around 12% since Election Day and Bank of America (NYSE:BAC),....More>>>
Wynn Resorts’ (NASDAQ:WYNN) first quarterly report without founder Steve Wynn as CEO — or even owning any shares of the casino resort operator — went about as well as it could have. The sexual misconduct allegations against Steve Wynn don’t seem to have caused any disruption to the business in the U.S., and Wynn Resorts continued to take market share from competitors in Macau.
Pzena Investment Management LLC decreased its stake in shares of Dover Co. (NYSE:DOV) by 3.2% in the first quarter, according to the company in its most recent Form 13F filing with the SEC. The fund owned 5,753,153 shares of the industrial products company’s stock after selling 189,522 shares during the quarter. Dover comprises about 2.9% of Pzena Investment Management LLC’s portfolio,....More>>>
This is a refresh of our analysis on High Liner Foods (OTC:HLNFF), which was originally published in August 2017 (link). Our original thesis stated that the then-current stock price represented a buying opportunity for an undervalued dividend stock. With the release of the
The European Central Bank maintained its pledge to move slowly in removing euro-area stimulus, setting the stage for President Mario Draghi to face questions over a recent spate of weaker-than-expected economic data.
Policy makers reiterated that they’ll continue buying 30 billion eu