And the beat goes onis a refrain that kept rolling through my head after attending the symposium Tuesday hosted by the Womens Institute for a Secure Retirement (WISER) in Washington, D.C. The topic: retirement solutions for women.
LeBron James sells a lot of basketball sneakers for Nike (NKE) and is also a businessman that talks frequently about investing with billionaire Warren Buffett, so it’s logical that he is keeping track of the sportswear maker’s stock price.
And the NBA star seemed well aware of Nike’s stock crash on Wednesday. According to Cleveland.com, LeBron James’ said on....More>>>
The stock market kept performing well on Monday, and the Dow Jones Industrials posted its 12th straight all-time record high. Market sentiment was sunny following the release of Warren Buffett’s annual shareholder letter over the weekend, and the Oracle of Omaha made positive comments about the sustainability of the current bull market, which was able to overcome early declines in the major....More>>>
Oil prices hit a 10-year low in January 2016, but since then they rose 47%. That means the top oil stocks of 2016 saw huge returns.
To give investors an overview of how well oil stocks did in 2016, Money Morning made a list of thetop oil stocks of 2016. To make our list of the top oil stocks, we looked at companies with biggest stock price growth and market cap of at least $1 billion.
For a number of years,Casey’s General Stores (NASDAQ:CASY) investors were rewarded by the small-town convenience chain’s decision to become a major vendor of pizza and other prepared foods. But with that success has come increased competition. Combined with somewhat stagnant economies in the areas that Casey’s operates — namely, towns of less than 5,000 people in middle....More>>>
Who knew all it would take for investors to embrace Whole Foods Market, Inc. (NYSE: WFM) again was a commitment by the famously overpriced health-food grocer to finally cut prices?
Yet it’s not like long-term investors in Whole Foods have been exactly suffering. As a recent Barron’s article points out, the stock has multiplied six times since 2001, while virtually inaugurating....More>>>
College is often considered the surest path to a lucrative career. After all, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, a worker with a bachelor’s degree typically earns 67.7% more than someone with just a high school diploma. But not all college degrees are created equal.
To determine which majors typically come with the best hiring prospects and pay, we analyzed data for 215 popular college....More>>>
U.S. equities are pushing to new records on Friday thanks to a utopian combination. Earnings growth has been solid. Economic growth is stable if somewhat tepid. Job growth continues. And uneven inflation is keeping the Federal Reserve’s policy tightening relatively tender in its intens
Exxon Could Have Something Cooking in the Caribbean
Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM) recently struck oil in the Payara reservoir in offshore Guyana, bringing this total discovery in the area to around 500 million barrels of oil equivalent. The recent find is encouraging for Exxon, which has invested heavil
Two things precede a bear market... The first is a pullback... The second is a correction. In trader speak, these are benchmarks for gauging how far a stock market has fallen. A pullback is often defined as a 5% drop from a recent high. A correction is a 10% drop. And finally, s