Ford (NYSE:F) is known for its attractive valuation, it currently trades at around 7 times its 2017 projected earnings and has an attractive dividend yield of 5.36 percent. It also has a very low price-to-earnings ratio (P/E) compared to most other companies on the S&P 500. The stock trades at around $11 during the time I am writing this. However, after digging a little deeper, I have found....More>>>
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On Wednesday, our Elite Opportunity Pro newsletter suggested small cap biopharmaceutical stock Agios Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ: AGIO) as a long/bullish idea:
The Company believes dysregulation of normal cellular metabolism plays a crucial role in many genetic diseases. A first mover in using cellular metabolism, Agios exploits this area of biological research with disruptive potential,....More>>>
Mettler-Toledo International (MTD) soared to the top of the S&P 500 today after beating earnings forecasts and offering upbeat guidance.
Mettler-Toledo gained 6.7% to $462.67 today, while the S&P 500 rose 0.7% to 2,297.42.
Wells Fargo analystsTim Evans andSara Silverman call it “another very strong quarter” for Mettler-Toledo but contend....More>>>
Home prices rose by 21.4% year over year in February in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and by 20.1% in Deltona, Florida. These are the two U.S. cities with the highest price growth over the 12 months, according to data reported last week by real estate brokerage Redfin.
Rounding out the five cities where prices rose the most in February are Tampa, Florida (18.8%); Jacksonville, Florida (18.7%);....More>>>
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Growth In US Manufacturing
Two surveys released on January 3 highlighted that December US manufacturing activity grew at its fastest rate in about two years. The surveys also highlighted that “new orders” grew at its fastest rate since 2009, suggesting that US manufacturers will continue to see increasing....More>>>