Many people don’t realize it, but when you get that final paycheck, it is one of the most important financial events of your life. The idea of no longer working for money and having access to a paycheck can do weird things to some people. In many cases, it can turn them into a penny pinching, wheeling-dealing, cheapskate who will go out of their way to save a buck or get a better....More>>>
WiLAN (NASDAQ:WILN) manages the intellectual property of third party inventors to ensure they receive fair compensation for their investment in research and development. By enabling patent owners to sell or license patented intellectual property, WiLAN helps provide a financial incentive for inventors to invest in the development of new technologies.
WiLAN has gone through several difficult....More>>>
Almost all the coverage you will find about Sunshine Capital Inc is press releases by Sunshine Capital Inc. Sunshine trades over the counter and is currently priced at $6.00 per share making it, in the view of my stick in the mud investor adviser, a “penny stock” too volatile for his firm to get involved with. A recent press release from Sunshine obliges me to clarify a piece I....More>>>
If I were to declare that 99% of all penny stocks are complete and absolute garbage, few would argue the point. Official statistics are hard to come by due to the enormous number of micro-capitalization companies.
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In addition, anyone — and I do mean anyone — can start a publicly traded entity. By their default nature, penny stocks are....More>>>
Anytime you come across a personal finance-related article, chances are, you’ll likely read advice from a financial advisor or “personal finance expert” preaching you should contribute money to your 401(k) up to the employer match because it’s essentially “free money.” Sound familiar?
Unfortunately, this type of blanket advice is not....More>>>
The scourge of insolvency is sweeping through the sector as online sellers gain the upper hand over yet another corner of retail just recently dominated by big-box chains, specialty stores and mom-and-pop shops.
Yet another general sporting goods retailer, MC Sports,filed for bankruptcy in February with plans to liquidate its 68 stores,....More>>>
While most income investors are reaching for big yields right now, a small group of “hidden yield” stocks are quietly handing smart investors growing income streams plus annual returns of 12%, 27.1% and even 54% or more per year.