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
Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.A, NYSE:BRK.B) Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett is a great role model if you want to be an astute investor. He has accumulated a fortune of more than $87 billion over his career after getting into the investing game pretty early. As such, many investors still pay close attention “Buffett stocks.”
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Investors in NetEase (NASDAQ:NTES) have generally seen their company benefit from a strong environment in the Chinese video game industry. Impressive growth in revenue and profits in past years helped fuel impressive gains for NetEase shares, and the appetite for more from consumers in China and elsewhere has seemed insatiable. Yet in every growth stock’s experience, a company eventually starts....More>>>
Shares of Wynn Resorts (WYNN ) experienced marginal gains on Monday, just one day before the company is scheduled to report its first quarter financial results. This climb is part of a larger 9% surge over the last four weeks, which might suggest that investors are expecting big things from the resort and casino giant in Q1.
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More people each year choose to retire abroad to find a change of scenery, new experiences and a lower cost of living. Even if staying within a tight budget is your biggest retirement focus, safety is likely to be another top consideration.
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ISIS recruiting on teen social networks Twitter has significantly ramped up its anti-ISIS efforts by shutting down thousands of terrorists’ accounts and adding staff to monitor terrorist activity on its network.
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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.
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,
Although I’ve helped InvestorPlace readers successfully navigate Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU), I still find shares difficult to decipher. Less than a year-and-a-half has passed since the company’s initial public offering, yet the ROKU stock price traveled all over the map.
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