Tuesday was quiet on Wall Street, and major stock indexes edged lower without straying too far from where they started the session. Market participants seemed content to wait for more definitive news on key issues, including global trade, economic growth, and the U.S. debt ceiling. However, analysts spoke up about some promising stocks, sending their share prices higher. Aurora Cannabis (NYSE:ACB),....More>>>
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Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (NYSE:CM)Q3 2018 Earnings Conference CallAug. 23, 2018, 8:00 a.m. ET
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The Internet of Things — that oft-used and generic term that describes the internet-connection-enabling technology being placed in virtually everything — has been hyped for years. And why not? According to tech researcher IDC, spending on the IoT is supposed to grow to $1.2 trillion by 2022, a 14% growth rate each year from now until then.
That should be great news for IoT hardware....More>>>
The big day is now less than four weeks away. On June 7, Canada’s Senate will vote on bill C-45, which is better known as the Cannabis Act. This bill aims to make recreational marijuana legal for purchase by adults 18 years of age and over. If approved by the Senate, the Cannabis Act likely will move swiftly through Canada’s federal government, allowing it to become the first developed....More>>>
Shares of several popular Canadian marijuana producers—including Tilray (TLRY ) , Canopy Growth (CGC ) , and Cronos Group (CRON ) —were surging once again on Wednesday as Wall Street grows ever-more bullish on the prospects of legalization and U.S. imports.
This morning’s rally was led by Tilray, which opened a staggering 50% higher—just one day after gaining nearly....More>>>
U.S. stock futures are trading lower this morning. The Dow Jones is headed for its fourth losing session in a row. Tensions on Wall Street have risen since the Labor Day weekend, with trade concerns front and center.
Specifically, the U.S. and Canada are set to resume contentious trade talks after failing to reach an agreement last week. President Donald Trump has said that the U.S. will....More>>>
There are numerous trading techniques to consider for each and every options trade, so Fred Oltarsh at Options Strategy Network details five of the ones he considers extremely vital for trying to put the percentages in the trader’s favor.
The key to trading options contracts successfully (individual stocks and futures as well) is to put the percentages in your favor. This involves....More>>>
Crude oil prices have nearly reached $70 a barrel this year, and tensions in the Middle East coupled with a resurgence of U.S. and Canadian shale production could move that price to $80 soon. Many consumers may have trouble with the rise in gasoline and heating oil costs that come with such a high price. So will companies that rely on oil, gas and oil by-products.
Oil prices have not been....More>>>
In this segment from MarketFoolery, host Chris Hill is joined by Motley Fool One’s Jason Moser and Stock Advisor Canada’s Taylor Muckerman to talk about a buyout north of the border: Canadian Tire — a general retailer, despite the name — last week announced its deal for specialty apparel business Helly Hansen. The buyer paid something of a premium, but the Fools see some....More>>>
Rockville, MD, based Investment company Burt Wealth Advisors buys International Business Machines, Canadian National Railway Co, Microsoft, Amgen, SPDR S&P 400 Mid Cap Growth ETF (based on S&P MidC, West Pharmaceutical Services, Charter Communications, Qiagen NV, IQ Hedge MultiIQ Hedge Multi-Strategy Tracker, iShares Morningstar Large-Cap, sells PIMCO Enhanced Short Maturity Active Exchange-Trad,....More>>>
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People are not born with bad habits. If&a;nbsp;our parents have an unhealthy lifestyle, it is likely we will follow in those footsteps. Some unhealthy situations....More>>>
A major marijuana deal was inked on Monday as Aurora Cannabis Inc (OTCMKTS:ACBFF) has agreed to buy MedReleaf as part of a $2.5 billion deal.
The deal will see Aurora Cannabis pay C$3.2 billion, or $2.51 billion, to make the merger happen, according to statements from both companies on Monday. This is the biggest deal to bring together major Canadian....More>>>
Wednesday’s market sell-off may have gone unnoticed by investors who have opted to invest in (or speculate in) some of the more widely known cannabis companies. Canopy Growth Corp. (NYSE: CGC) trades in the United States, but the Canadian medical cannabis company also trades under the WEED ticker on the Toronto Stock Exchange. The company has become a benchmark for the emerging legalization....More>>>
Monday June 19: Five things the markets are talking about
Last week saw a plethora of bad economic news stateside, starting with continued weakness in inflation, consumer confidence, housing and manufacturing. The Fed followed their script and removed the expected amount of stimulus on the assumption that inflation and the U.S economy will improve.
This week should be much quieter....More>>>
I have sold my shares in my business as part of my plan to retire at 55. I now have to rely on investments alone for income. Selling a business generates money upfront, but then what? I had taken over my own investments from mutual funds in 2009, and I guess that made me lucky rather than good. Since the crash of oil, investing has been a lot less fun and a lot less profitable.