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
Large-cap stocks have found favour this year as investors rushed to park their funds in big names during the consolidation that was seen earlier this year. Their performance in 2018 so far has also been steady as the space, on the whole, has been undervalued. And expectations of better earnings have also kept the sentiment upbeat.
June quarter earnings were relatively better as....More>>>
ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) is offering investors a 4.3% yield, roughly twice what you’d get from an S&P 500 index fund, backed by 36 consecutive years of annual dividend increases. If that’s not enough to entice you to the name, then consider this: The integrated oil giant’s price to tangible book value of roughly 1.6 times hasn’t been this low since the late 1980s. In other....More>>>
October got off to a rough start for Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU) investors. Shares of China’s leading search engine took a 10% hit last week, hitting new 52-week lows on Friday. The stock has now plummeted 28% since hitting all-time highs in May.
The past few months have been brutal for investors in Chinese growth stocks, and Baidu shareholders are feeling the pain. The stock is now a few....More>>>
As if Americans didn’t have enough chicken on the menu already, production of the nation’s most-popular meat is headed for the biggest growth spurt in more than a decade.
Companies including Tyson Foods Inc. and Sanderson Farms Inc. are leading an industry expansion with new processing plants from Tennessee to Texas, fueled by years of profit gains from cheap feed grain and....More>>>
Saving money cam be challenging no matter how much you earn. After all, you probably have a lot of immediate expenses, and can think of many more fun things to do with your dollars than stick them into a savings account.
But overcoming these challenges is important. In fact, saving money is essential to accomplish long-term goals, and even to make big purchases in the short-term. You should....More>>>
Looking to green up your home but not sure where to start? Try this simple plan for a weekend home detox. Covering Friday to Sunday, it is packed with easy tips to help the planet, save cash and have more fun.
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Income investors naturally gravitate toward stocks with big yields and low valuations. However, this type of investing can be fraught with risk, so investors need to be extremely picky about which stocks they choose to buy.
With that in mind, we asked a team of Motley Fool contributors to share a high-yield stock that they think is worth checking out today. Here’s why they highlighted Newell....More>>>
I highlighted Hanesbrands (NYSE:HBI) and Skechers (NYSE:SKX) as two beaten-down stocks to buy back in December. The timing was lucky — both stocks and the broader market bottomed out just a few days later.
The stock market has done well since then, with the S&P 500 gaining nearly 20% from the bottom. But Hanesbrands and Skechers have each gained more than 50%. Those are impressive....More>>>
Finding cheap stocks is all but impossible. Of course, that’s not uncommon when markets continue notching all-time highs. Unfortunately, overpriced markets pose significant risks for investors looking to deploy additional capital.
But that doesn’t mean there aren’t any stocks trading at relatively attractive valuations. And that’s an important concept to keep in mind....More>>>
While the stock market has cooled a bit this year after nearly a decade of big gains, value hunters must still look harder to find the best deals. And although there are some super-cheap stocks to be found, investors willing to expand their horizons outside the bargain bin and consider higher-quality companies trading for a nice discount might do even better than those who focus exclusively on cheap.....More>>>
Volatile markets have made investors see their portfolio in red. Many first time investors, who have only seen 20-30 percent returns in CY2017, are baffled and are finding it difficult to tread the market. Anxiety and lack of confidence has made many see their losses on trading positions amplify. In such a situation here are a few mistakes one must avoid.
You’ve probably heard of margin loans, but do you know about investment lines of credit (ICLs)? Like margin loans, ICLs are backed by the assets in your portfolio but are used for non-securities investments—meaning you can’t use them to buy stocks and bonds. In my experience, ICLs also tend to be cheaper and offer higher loans relative to account value.
New models and long-time favorites share the list of the 26 quickest-selling vehicles in the United States last year. The level of demand is based on the number of days it takes for a dealer to sell a car, also known as days to turn, with top movers taking from 19.9 days to 46.6 days to find buyers
The quarter ended December 2018 was difficult for luggage companies due to a depreciating currency and imposition of import duties. However, Safari Industries (CMP: Rs 711, M Cap: Rs 1,588 crore) negotiated these challenges well and reported modest earnings performance, although the reporte
Shares of Cimpress (NASDAQ:CMPR) declined 19.6% in January, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence, after the mass-customization company announced disappointing fiscal second-quarter results.
Even as the S&P 500 rose 8% last month, Cimpress stock pl
Few people look forward to winter more than investors in seasonal businesses that do a lot of business during the cold-weather months, and Compass Minerals International (NYSE:CMP) falls squarely into that category. With so much of its business coming from state and municipal governments treatin
Edelweiss's research report on Gujarat Pipavav Port
Gujarat Pipavav Ports (GPPV) Q4FY18 EBITDA was 10% below our and consensus estimates impacted by pricing pressures and high dredging cost. Key highlights: 1) GPPV reported 19% QoQ growth in container volumes following two line addition