Forbes - Stock News
- Despite Lingering Trade Talk, Market Appears To Have Momentum From Earnings
This morning, it appears that momentum from generally solid earnings might be on the forefront of investors’ minds while trade chatter takes a back seat
- Analysts Anticipate The iShares Russell 1000 Value ETF To Hit $139
For the iShares Russell 1000 Value ETF, we found that the implied analyst target price for the ETF based upon its underlying holdings is $139.36 per unit.
- 2 Cheap Growth And Dividend Stocks Whose Share Prices Could Explode In August
These two growth and dividend heroes are trading much too cheaply today. Here is why I reckon their share prices could lift off later this month.
- The Steady Trend Upward In Interest Rates & In The Price Of Oil
A serious look at the trends right now in the level of interest rates and in the price of oil.
- Two Mistakes Investors Make When Investing In Biotechnology Companies
Biotechnology stocks were some of the strongest performing stocks from 2009-2015. Then, the biotech bubble burst and just about every major biotech stock plunged into a private bear market.
- Shutterfly To Witness A Strong Quarter Backed By Its Restructuring Initiatives
Keeping in mind the growth delivered in the last quarter, the market expects Shutterfly (NASDAQ:SFLY) to report a solid financial performance for its June quarter on 7th August 2018, driven by its imp [...]
- Oracle: The Leopard Is Finally Changing Its Spots
As an Oracle owner, I have long bemoaned the company's policies related to share-based compensation of executives. I'm happy to see that this leopard is finally changing its spots.
- What To Expect From Groupon Through 2018 After Q2 Revenue Decline
Groupon announced its second quarter earnings on August 3, reporting a 7% year-over-year decline in revenues to $617 million. The company reported a similar decline in revenues in the first quarter as [...]
The Wall Street Journal - Money News
The Wall Street Journal – Money Beat
- WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Junk Bonds, Market Meltdown, Exercise Routine
The specter of widespread corporate defaults in the coming months has caused a massive selloff in junk bonds; many people stand to benefit from using Roth IRA conversions to create tax-free income in [...]
- WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Hot Finance Bet, Real-Estate Loans, Flight Deals
The coronavirus derailed one of the hottest bets in finance; loss rate on banks' real-estate loans expected to soar, domestic flight deals scheduled for later in the year might be worth the gambl [...]
- WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Oil Crash, Airline Shutdown, Relieving Stress
The plunge in oil prices sent shock waves through closed-end funds, domestic passenger flights could virtually shut down, and ways to relieve stress during the coronavirus pandemic.
- WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Bond ETFs, Race for Cash, CEO Challenge
Bond exchange traded funds flashed warnings signs of a growing mismatch with their underlying assets; big companies raced to build up cash amid the coronavirus crisis, and CEO have been faced with mon [...]
- WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Cigarette Break, Online Gambling, Experience Gap
The current pandemic could pull tobacco stocks out of their three-year funk; corporate boards suffered an experience gap, and the online gambling industry sought to expand with Americans confined to h [...]
- WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Trucking Hurdles, Strongest Restaurants, Trapped Travelers
The trucking industry has faced hurdles in keeping supply chains moving amid surging coronavirus-driven demand; stronger restaurants chain could rebound as weaker rivals fail, and Americans around the [...]
- WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Emerging Markets, Auto Industry, Elderly Parents
Emerging markets took a hit as investors flee from riskier assets; the auto industry's record run of robust sales has been threatened by the coronavirus, and concerned adult children made parents [...]
- WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Private Credit, Big Banks Borrow, Generational War
Private-credit firms weighed the risks and opportunities in market turmoil; U.S banks borrowed straight from the Federal Reserve, and a generational war has bubbled up over the coronavirus.