Apple Inc. (NSDQ:AAPL)hasn’t been having its own way recently. A few months ago, the company wasordered to return $13 billion in back taxes in Europe plus now it has todeal with a new US president in Donald Trumpwho clearly has reservationson how Apple runs its business affairs. Recently though, the Irish government announced that it would be appealing the European Commission’s decision....More>>>
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Back in April, I recommendedCaesars Entertainment Corp.(Nasdaq: CZR) as a buy – but warned you that this was a play that might take some time to mature.
If you haven’t gotten in already, you’ll want to do it soon.
After months of bitter wrangling, the much-beleaguered Caesars has finally reached a $5 billion deal with the private-equity....More>>>
Saturday, July 1, marked the first day of recreational marijuana sales in the state of Nevada, and by any measure, it was a huge success. An estimate by the Nevada Dispensary Association puts first-weekend sales of recreational pot at between $3 and $5 million.
Lines were long, with some customers waiting up to an hour to make their purchases. Among the buyers was state Senator Tick Segerblom,....More>>>
Medical devices can change lives, and NuVasive (NASDAQ:NUVA) prides itself on making spinal surgery as painless and simple as possible. The company specializes in devices to provide procedurally integrated surgical solutions that are minimally disruptive, and NuVasive products have gained popularity over time.
Coming into Tuesday’s first-quarter financial report, NuVasive investors....More>>>
Related USO Crude Futures Revisit $38 Macquarie: Oil Will Fall To Low $30s Again Why The Crude Oil Rally Is Doomed To Fail (Seeking Alpha)
Barclays has warned that commodities are vulnerable to a wave of investor liquidation....More>>>
This trading week has been shorter than most with Thanksgiving taking place on Thursday. As a result not too many companies have released news, updates or earnings this week, despite the markets hitting new highs across the board. However, a few companies did hold back the Trump rally.
24/7 Wall Street has picked out a few companies posting some of the largest losses for the past week, up....More>>>
Because fear and greed are the two driving factors on Wall Street, investors are cautioned to leave emotion at the door when they wade in. But when it comes to investing in American Outdoor Brands (NASDAQ:AOBC), that’s no easy task, because its stock tends to be ruled by passion.
Regardless of how the actual business is doing, shares of Smith & Wesson’s parent company will....More>>>
With the first Presidential Debate over with, our Elite Opportunity Pronewsletter had this to say about what to invest in if Hillary Clinton were to win the election:
Should Clinton end up being the chosen one, the results are likely to favor those multi-nationals with above average exposure to revenue from abroad, various areas of tech, big data and anything else that is likely to benefit....More>>>
The staffing industry – and the IT staffing industry in particular – is poised for tremendous growth in the foreseeable future, and that rising tide bodes very well for Staffing 360 Solutions Inc. (NASDAQ:STAF).
For those who’ve followed the sociopolitical rhetoric it would be easy to conclude what job growth we’ve seen in the past few years has been measly, made even....More>>>
Aluminum entered a bull market in 2016. The Dow Jones U.S. Aluminum Index – which tracks futures prices of aluminum – has climbed 74% from its January lows. That's a huge move in such a short time for a vital commodity. But as I'll explain, it's not too late get in on the bull market today… Back in February, news service Reuters surveyed dozens....More>>>