I've said it for years… The biggest gains will come in the final innings of the bull market. My friend, the final innings have arrived. The big moment is here. Yesterday, I explained my "Melt Up" thesis, and why I believe these final innings could lead to massive gains. It's already happening… Stocks are up big over the last 18 months. But I....More>>>
Two weeks after the election on Nov. 8, markets continue to rally in support of a Trump victory.
As of Nov. 22, the Dow, the S&P 500, and the Nasdaq have all hit lifetime highs.
While most investors focus on the “big guys” in infrastructure, healthcare, and financials, it’s vital not to overlook the “little guys” in the markets – especially....More>>>
Among the nearly half of U.S. households with credit card balances outstanding, the average debt is $15,564. Total U.S. credit card debt was $905 billion.
All U.S. household debt totals $12.96 trillion, including $8.74 trillion in mortgage debt, $1.21 trillion in auto loans and $1.36 trillion in student loans, in addition to credit card debt.
The data were reported today by NerdWallet....More>>>
The financials have been playing the part of the potential silent killer to the monster rally that started almost a year ago to the week. Over the last two weeks, the large cap financials have tumbled, which is starting to cause weakness for the market. The reason behind the draw lower is another migration to technology stocks, but there’s more.
The continued uncertainty around the....More>>>
President and CEO of Tallgrass Energy Gp Lp (NYSE:TEGP) David G Jr Dehaemers bought 5,428 shares of TEGP on 11/09/2017 at an average price of $25.04 a share. The total cost of this purchase was $135,917.
Tallgrass Energy GP LP owns, operates, acquires and develops midstream energy assets in North America. The company provides crude oil transportation to customers in Wyoming, Colorado, and....More>>>
America is a nation of borrowers, and while racking up debt can be dangerous at any age, it’s especially hazardous for those heading into retirement.
Because most seniors are behind on savings to begin with, carrying debt into retirement will only strain their already limited budget. Yet a growing number of households are kicking off their golden years with piles of debt —....More>>>
According to the GuruFocus All-in-One Screener, the following stocks have high dividend yields but performed poorly over the past 12 months.
United Insurance Holdings Corp.’s (NASDAQ:UIHC) dividend yield is 1.43% with a payout ratio of 0.16%. Over the past 52 weeks, the price declined 10.9%. The stock is now trading with a price-earnings (P/E) ratio of 11.5 and a price-sales (P/S) ratio....More>>>
Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) is an incredibly well-run business with impressive fundamentals as a direct result. That’s it; no need to discuss about the atmosphere in the stores, rewards programs, Pokemon Go, or even Chinese market penetration. That is the job of the management. The company has proven its worth year after year through its strong fundamental growth.
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March 17, 2017: Markets opened higher again Friday and traded close to the break-even line until about noon when shares started moving higher. Leading indicators and consumer sentiment readings were both strong. Among the sectors, financials weighed while utilities and industrials were showing the best gains. WTI crude oil for April delivery settled at $48.78 a barrel, up just 3 cents on the day,....More>>>
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On CNBC’s Trading Nation, Todd Gordon suggested that....More>>>
Financial stocks have been flying but that hasn’t stopped Citigroup’s Keith Horowitz and team from cutting shares of JPMorgan Chase (JPM) to Neutral from Buy. They explain why:
JPMorganis probably one of the most consensus longs on the buy side and sell side (76% of the 38 analyst ratings are Buy), which we believe is reflective of a strong management....More>>>
Federal law requires public companies like Wells Fargo to warn shareholders about non-routine legal proceedings.
Yet it has now emerged that Wells Fargo stayed silent for at least six months about the fact that authorities were investigating the bank’s creation of fake accounts.
Wells Fargo (WFC) confirmed on Thursday that it was in talks with the Consumer Financial Protection....More>>>
August 30, 2016: Markets opened slightly higher Tuesday but equities dipped below the break-even line early and stayed there the rest of the day. The only sector trading higher late in the day was financials, with the telecom and consumer discretionary sectors leading the losers. Investors and traders likely have their eyes set on Friday’s report on non-farm payrolls. WTI crude oil for October....More>>>
When it comes to their retirement plans, what investors don’t know definitely can hurt thema lot.
That’s why the U.S. Department of Labor thought it was necessary to step in recently with new rules that will require all financial professionals to adhere to the fiduciary standard when they’re doling out recommendations to their clients about how to handle their qualified....More>>>
My wife grew up in a largish Catholic family. It’s no surprise that most of her childhood was spent in the back of their Oldsmobile station wagon shuttling to different local grocery stores (this was pre-wholesale club) to take advantage of various sale items advertised in newspaper ads and circulars. For consumer staples, price always matters. The same holds true when buying the stocks....More>>>