With an end-of-the-month deadline looming, Kinder Morgan (NYSE:KMI) and the Government of Canada struck a deal to keep the controversial Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project alive after the pipeline giant agreed to sell the existing line and the planned expansion to Canada for 4.5 billion Canadian dollars ($3.5 billion). The deal will enable Kinder Morgan to walk away from the controversial....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>>>
1. What trade war? It was a scary week on the trade war front, but you wouldn’t know that from the chill response on Wall Street.
The market barely flinched last week even as President Trump threatened global trade peace like no American president in modern history.
Consider the alarming developments from just the past few days: The White House forged ahead with tariffs....More>>>
As expected, the first day of the Farnborough Airshow was a busy one for the two major commercial jet makers. Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) announced orders for some 59 new passenger jets, while European rival Airbus said it took orders for 100 new planes. Not all these orders are new or firm.
Before turning to the scoreboard, one item of special interest is an order from United Airlines for 25 Embraer....More>>>
Canada Goose Holdings’ (NYSE:GOOS) fiscal fourth-quarter 2018 earnings, released on June 15, have propelled the company’s already impressive stock chart into, well, a goose-neck pattern:
GOOS data by YCharts.
The company surprised investors with results that surpassed expectations on multiple fronts. Revenue soared 41% year over year to $403.8 million (Canadian dollars),....More>>>
Short interest moves among solar and alternative energy stocks were mixed during the two-week reporting period that ended on June 15. Of the companies we watch, short interest rose on two of three solar stocks and on three of four alternative energy stocks.
First Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) saw short interest soar by 75% to 7.26 million shares. Days to cover fell from four to one. In the two-week....More>>>
Let’s get right to it, Village Farms International (OTCQX:VFFIF or TSE:VFF) has the potential to be the low cost producer in the Canadian medical marijuana industry. This investment is based on stages of development, which I plan to explore with readers and let you know, in likely the most transparent way possible, how I plan to “play” this player in this promising industry.
General Motors (NYSE:GM) has gone through a lot over the past 10 years. After suffering during the recession of 2008 and eventually filing for bankruptcy protection, GM was able to get its financial house in order and take advantage of one of the most prosperous periods in auto industry history during the early and mid-2010s. Competitive victories over some of its most important rivals followed,....More>>>
Toshiba’s disastrous foray into the U.S. nuclear business is coming to an end.
The Japanese conglomerate is selling Westinghouse, its beleaguered U.S. nuclear unit, for $4.6 billion to Canadian investment firm Brookfield Business Partners, the companies said.
“The decision to sell Westinghouse is good news for creditors, as well as our company,” Toshiba said Friday.....More>>>
Like most investors, Warren Buffett didn’t have a great first quarter. Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A) (NYSE:BRK-B) gained less than 1% through the end of March. That was enough to beat the S&P 500 index, but I doubt Buffett broke out his ukelele to strum and celebrate.
However, several Buffett stocks chalked up nice gains during the first quarter. The three top....More>>>
&l;p&g;&l;img class=&q;dam-image bloomberg size-large wp-image-42185167&q; src=&q;https://specials-images.forbesimg.com/dam/imageserve/42185167/960×0.jpg?fit=scale&q; data-height=&q;639&q; data-width=&q;960&q;&g; An employee trims harvested marijuana at the 7Acres facility in Tiverton, Ontario, Canada, on Tuesday, March 13, 2018. Leaders in the Senate have reached a deal on a timeline for....More>>>
Michael A. Robinson
Even after stacking up a bunch of double-, triple-, and even quadruple-digit gains over the last year and a quarter, many of my Roadmap to Marijuana Millions pot stocks still have plenty of gas left.
In fact, a few of my Canadian legal marijuana plays in particular have been on fire for months now – and especially since Nov. 10.
They’re the giants among marijuana stocks. But they’re as different as night and day.
Canopy Growth (NASDAQOTH:TWMJF) ranks as the biggest pure-play marijuana stock on the planet right now, with a market cap of $4.6 billion. GW Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:GWPH) comes in second with a market cap of $3.8 billion. The former is the largest Canadian supplier of medical marijuana, while....More>>>
Vancouver-based mineral exploration and development company Kootenay Zinc Corp. (OTCQB:KTNNF)(CSE:ZNK.CN)(CSE:ZNK)(FRANKFURT:KYH) is currently in the process of developing a massive new greenfield mining megaproject that if successful would trigger a significant adjustment in the configuration of North American zinc production. Dubbed Sully in homage to the nearby Sullivan Deposititself an....More>>>
Bon voyage, Charlie Brown.
A Canadian company that owns the majority of the beloved Peanuts brand is selling nearly half its stake to Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) for $185 million.
American fans have nothing to fear: Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and crew will not change, according to a spokesman for DHX Media of Halifax.
“The Peanuts characters, and the brand representation....More>>>