The anecdote goes that avid investor Joe Kennedy was on his way to work in the winter of 1928 and stopped to have his shoes shined. When the shoeshine boy finished he offered up a tip to Kennedy. “Buy Hindenburg,” he…Read more »
When interest rates bottomed last month, bonds and several interest rate sensitive sectors of the stock market started to fall. I was looking for a substantial correction in the utilities sector, and it appears to be well on its way…Read more »
Sometimes the fundamentals matter and sometimes they don’t. For Internet retail behemothAmazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) it’s been a toss-up. Thursday’s underwhelming news that the company would stream music to its Prime customers clearly disappointed. Services like Spotify and Pandora Media (NYSE: P) dwarf Amazon…Read more »
If you believe that the U.S. economy is heading in the right direction, you really need to read this article. As we look toward the second half of 2014, there are economic red flags all over the place. Industrial production…Read more »
Originally Posted at Street Authority
While the S&P 500 and Dow have rallied to five-year highs, the technology sector has lagged, and is currently sitting about 4% below the fall peak. The PowerShares QQQ Trust (Nasdaq: QQQ), anexchange-traded fund (ETF)
American are getting older but looking younger. According to recent data at the United States Census, persons over 55 years old now make up 25% of the population. According to an article published by Stony Brook University School of Medicine,
By StockBee (Original Link)
Stock markets have different kind of winners. Some stocks can make big move in 5 days and after that end up all the gains. Similarly some move only for a month. But there are some special
By Louis Basenese (Wall Street Daily | Original Link)
In yesterday’s column, I explained how traditional venture capital (VC) investors have become apathetic. They’re not plowing capital into private VC funds with enthusiasm anymore.
We can blame the high fees,
By David Sterman (StreetAuthority | Original Link)
At the end of World War II, G.Is. had a little time to linger in Europe before heading home, so they embarked on the all-American pastime: shopping.
The U.S. dollar was so strong,