Old West Investment Management LLC trimmed its position in Theravance Biopharma Inc (NASDAQ:TBPH) by 4.0% during the 1st quarter, according to the company in its most recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The firm owned 109,320 shares of the biopharmaceutical company
Small cap fiber-optic networking product Applied Optoelectronics (NASDAQ: AAOI), a potential peer of EMCORE Corporation (NASDAQ: EMKR), Finisar Corporation (NASDAQ: FNSR) and Oclaro Inc (NASDAQ: OCLR), is thefifth mostshorted stock on theNASDAQ with short interest of 47.69% according to Highshortnterest.com.
Applied Optoelectronics is a leading small cap developer and manufacturer of advanced....More>>>
The United States was the architect of the rules that govern global trade — but these days, it’s China that’s positioning itself as the defender of the system.
As President Donald Trump has gone on the offensive against China in an attempt to push it to abandon trade practices many companies and governments say are unfair, Beijing has sought to portray the US moves as....More>>>
The rally in steel prices has further to run due to China’s crackdown on output and “unprecedented” conditions for synchronized global growth, according to the managing director of Japan’s biggest producer of recycled steel.
China’s benchmark for hot-rolled steel could approach $800 a metric ton this year, a level that would be 25 percent higher than current....More>>>
When last I wrote about PAX Global (OTCPK:PXGYF) ((0327.HK)), the latest story was the company’s now-former CFO throwing a temper tantrum at a sell-side analyst (Timothy Lam) who had the temerity to be negative on the stock. By the way, not only did that tirade cost the CFO his job, that bearish analyst was right – the stock has fallen more than 40% since then, and a lot of what the....More>>>
Large cap luxury accessories stock Tiffany & Co (NYSE: TIF)reported Q1 earnings before the market opened this morning. Worldwide net sales rose 1% to $900 million due to growth in Asia-Pacific and an increase in the wholesale sale of diamonds whilecomparable store sales were 3% below the prior year. On a constant-exchange-rate basis that excludes the effect of translating foreign-currency-denominated....More>>>
Chinese stocks rebounded sharply Tuesday morning after weeks of underperformance, getting a lift from government pronouncements of deeper economic and market reforms, though tech stocks weighted on some indexes elsewhere.
Chinas 25-member Politburo said after a meeting Monday that the government will stick to a proactive fiscal policy and prudent and neutral monetary policy. Market-based....More>>>
Warren Buffett famously told investors to be “fearful when others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful.” Dedicated followers of that mantra would probably dismiss Chinese online media giant SINA (NASDAQ:SINA) — which rallied 120% over the past 12 months to a six-year high — as a “greedy” play.
However, a stock also generally hits new highs because....More>>>
Source: ThinkstockFebruary 21, 2018: The S&P 500 closed down 0.6% at 2,701.33. The DJIA closed down 0.7% at 24,797.78. Separately, the Nasdaq was down 0.2% at 7,218.23.
Wednesday started out as a positive day for the U.S. markets, however everything turned south right before closing. All three major indexes closed down but the Nasdaq was almostlucky enough to escape the end of the day....More>>>
U.S. stock futures were trading lower onThursday night after President Donald Trump asked the United States Trade Representative to consider another $100 billion in additional tariffs against China. One reason for a potential stock market fall after the market opens is that all the so-called experts thought that the initial Trumptariffs were just meant to be an opening salvo that would then be followed....More>>>
Forest fires, while potentially lethal and devastating to people and property in their path, are a crucial part of the natural cycle of forest ecosystems.
Fires remove dead vegetation and alien plants that compete with native species, stimulate new growth, trigger certain plants to release seeds, and actually improve wildlife habitats in the long run. They also remove diseased, decaying....More>>>
If you're not profiting from the "Melt Up" yet, what are you waiting for? You're running out of time… Stocks aren't going to go up forever. My Melt Up theme is the idea that stocks tend to soar in the final months of a great bull market as it comes to an end. And we're entering that time – right now. The end of the dot-com boom in 2000 is....More>>>
According to a report by Bloomberg, Saudi Arabia wants to push the price of crude up from its current level of $65-$70to near $80 a barrel. The Middle Eastern nation needs that price to boost the valuation of its national oil company, Saudi Aramco, which it plans to take public next year. Hitting its desired sell price would provide the Kingdom with the funds needed to jump-start an investment strategy....More>>>
Coal is in decline across the world -- despite the relatively rosy projections ofthe U.S. Energy Information Administration-- as nations move toward cleaner power sources such as wind and natural gas. But that hasn't stopped Alliance Resource Partners LP (NASDAQ:ARLP) from humming along as it pay
Next Avenue recently asked readers to tell us the estate planning questions they’d like us to answer. We’re now back with the experts’ views on the top question on your mind, plus — as a bonus — their insights on the two runners-up. The questions were:
A lot of passive investors are missing out on life-changing gains.
They believe it's impossible to beat the markets, so they've latched onto exchange-traded funds and mutual funds tracking the S&P 500, and they're grinning ear to ear because their easy, simple strategy has
There has been a great deal of concern about the future of the iPhone X, Apple Inc.’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) most expensive iPhone model. That worry was overdone. The iPhone X was the best-selling smartphone model, based onshipments, in the world during the first quarter of 2018. The iPhone 8 and i
The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) continued its return to growth, producing another solid performance in the second quarter, besting expectations with standout results by the company's studio entertainment and parks and resorts segments. The company produced revenue of $14.55 billion, up 9% year