Exelixis, Inc. (NASDAQ:EXEL) CEO Michael Morrissey sold 40,000 shares of Exelixis stock in a transaction on Wednesday, March 13th. The stock was sold at an average price of $24.64, for a total value of $985,600.00. The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Comm
News articles about Thermal Energy International (CVE:TMG) have been trending somewhat negative recently, according to InfoTrie. The research firm identifies positive and negative press coverage by monitoring more than 6,000 news and blog sources in real time. The firm ranks coverage of public c
The family business: Former Legg Mason fund star Bill Miller (right) and his 36-year old son Bill Miller IV (left) now run Miller Value Partners. (David Yellen For Forbes)
In the living room of his seven-room Park Avenue apartment, 67-year-old investing legend Bill Miller wears a slightly rumpled black golf shirt underneath a blue-and-gray checkered blazer from Dillard's ....More>>>
Doug Hughes focuses on lesser-known, small cap regional banks; the editor of Bank Newsletter looks for banks that operate in attractive regional markets, often ones that would be attractive acquisition targets.
AvidBank Holdings (AVBH) has the fastest growth of any bank out there and yet is still one of the safest with almost no bad loans, and a great, great market area in Palo Alto,....More>>>
Impending state primaries and an increasingly partisan media landscape serve as the perfect incubators for start-up conservative news sites vying for political influence.
One such outlet, the Tennessee Star, was created in 2017 to “fill a void” in conservative thought, its co-founder Steve Gill told CNN’s Brian Stelter. And now, after enjoying some momentum — the....More>>>
Retirement investors want sure things. There isnt enough time to make up for stocks that just fall into the ground, never to return. So considering how awful energy has been for the past couple of years, its probably surprising to see energy stocks and retirement mentioned in the same vicinity.
Sustained low oil and natural gas prices have negatively impacted energy stocks. OK, thats putting....More>>>
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The Dow Jones today projected a 61-point decline as investors prepared for the president’s announcement on Iran. According to European diplomats, U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to withdraw the United States from the deal, despite the fact that rejecting the pact is likely to foster an international crisis.
As global upheaval continues to rock market, gold has staged a....More>>>
Apple (AAPL ) shares jumped over 1.1% Thursday on the back of a continued wave of positive news, including a Bank of America (BAC ) upgrade, bullish Cowen coverage, services strength, and much more. This begs the question: is now the time to buy Apple stock?
Amazon (AMZN ) shares have climbed roughly 13% to start the year, which tops the market’s comeback, but falls way behind fellow FAANG giants Facebook (FB ) and Netflix (NFLX ) . Therefore, Amazon stock still rests over 17% below its 52-week high.
The markets have rebound sharply of the December lows and the FANG gang led the way up. The acronym is made up of Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) and Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL). In fact, as a group, FANG bottomed in November relative to
We’re in an unprecedented time when it comes to upcoming IPOs. While the occasional mega IPO heads our way once in a while, we’ve now got a backlog of huge “unicorn” companies ready to hit the public markets. And that makes them important stocks to watch. Unlike the past,
While we’ve seen a robust recovery in the stock market, many investors expected more out of big tech. Companies like Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) have done well, certainly, but they have not been the market leaders many woul