The Q3 2016 earnings report for small cap proppant and fracking stock U.S. Silica Holdings Inc (NYSE: SLCA)is scheduled for after the market closes onThursday (November 4th). Proppant and fracking stocks have beencrushed by low oil prices, but the latest technical chart for U.S. Silica Holdings shows a nice comeback until recent weeks:
A long term performance chart shows U.S. Silica Holdings....More>>>
The Q4 2016 earnings report for small cap Dean Foods Co (NYSE: DF) is scheduledfor before the market opens onThursday (February 16th) with the strongest volume performance seen in yearsbeing reported the last time around.
A technical chart for Dean Foods Co shows shares back above a key support level and staying above it:
A long term performance chart for Dean Foods Co shows a decent....More>>>
Nintendo (NASDAQOTH:NTDOY) is off to a good start in 2017. The new Switch console is selling extremely well, and the company is beginning to make a push into mobile gaming in order to reach the maximum audience with its classic game brands like Mario.
Learning from mistakes
One reason for the Switch’s success is the corrections Nintendo made with its marketing compared to its previous....More>>>
Early retirement is a goal most people talk themselves out of before ever starting. It involves making lifestyle changes in order to accommodate hard-to-reach savings goals, and often going to extreme lengths to pay off debt quickly. The upside, of course, is shaving 10-30 years off your workload. I’ve interviewed people who are just starting to plan for an early retirement, and others who....More>>>
On Tuesday morning President-elect Donald Trump backed out of a meeting he had called with The New York Times. Hours later, he was in the Times building, complaining about the paper’s coverage of him.
The visit included an on-the-record meeting at which Times staff was able to ask questions of Trump, as several Times reporters live-tweeted the proceedings. What resulted was a wide-ranging....More>>>
For the past three years, the company has been testing shelf-scanning robots in some stores in Arkansas, Pennsylvania and California. The machines, which move up and down aisles, look for out-of-stock items and products that are mislabeled or inc