September 13, 2017: Markets opened mixed Wednesday and none of the major indexes has strayed far from the break-even line with less than an hour to go until the closing bell. The producer price index rose by 0.2%, a little less than expected. Among the sectors, energy has posted the largest gain following the report on U.S. inventories while real estate and healthcare lagged. WTI crude oil for October....More>>>
A downer day has turned slightly positive for Chevron (CVX), which reported a surprise loss this morning.
Chevron reported a loss of 78 cents–well below forecasts for a 32 cent profit–but sales of 29.3 billion topped forecasts for $28.3 billion. The loss, however, was the result of a massive impairment charge that when removed, would have resulted in a....More>>>
Achiievers Equities’ commodity report on Gold
Gold trading range for the day is 28542-29040.
Gold edged lower pressured by a firmer dollar on the back of upbeat U.S. unemployment data and as some investors sold to redeem profits.
Investors digested minutes from Feds policy meeting released which showed that the central bank would start to unwind its $4.5 trillion balance....More>>>
Our Top Pick for conservative investors for the coming year is a company that went through a management overhaul in 2015, leaving investors uncertain about the company’s future, observes Crista Huff, editor of Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor.
Mattel (MAT) markets toys globally under the brand names Mattel, Fisher-Price, RoseArt, Barbie, AmericanGirl and many more, including strategic....More>>>
Sports fans know that building a championship sports roster requires a successful mix of many factors: great scouting, superior management, and, arguably the most important factor of all – money. Star players often command higher salary, meaning teams must be willing to sign multi-million dollar contracts to secure the best talent to put their team in a position to win....More>>>
Trump just past the final stage to become the U.S. President, and the Electoral College confirmed that Donald J. Trump will be the 45th President of the U.S. Like it or not, Trump is taking office and could affect the markets. After Trump won the election, markets have been trending higher and making all-time highs. As seen on the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Chart below:
The SPDR S&P 500 ETF....More>>>
Nu Skin Enterprises Inc (NYSE:NUS) has been on my radar for quite some time now, simply because of its association with the infamous Herballife (NYSE:HLF) (which I will write about in part-2 of this series). I will not discuss in either of these articles the moral attributes of these companies as multi-level marketing, but solely as an investment opportunity to profit with....More>>>
With trading slowing down as another holiday weekend approaches, there just weren’t enough sellers today to muster a meaningful follow through on Wednesday’s weakness. The S&P 500‘s close of 2,249.26 was a mere 0.03% weaker than yesterday’s last trade.
Not every name escaped Thursday’s action unscathed though. Cempra Inc (NASDAQ:CEMP), Groupon Inc (NASDAQ:GRPN)....More>>>
In 2016, the U.S. solar energy market installed 14,762 megawatts, up from 7,501 megawatts installed in 2015. More new solar generation capacity came online in 2016 than capacity from any other fuel source.
Growth in installation of residential solar slowed down year over year from record growth in 2015. The decline was attributed to lower installations in the second half of the year in several....More>>>
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