Small cap security stock Patriot One Technologies (OTCQB: PTOTF) has just announced an important reseller licensing agreement and purchase order for an initial sale in the amount of US$500,000 with Mutual Safes International Pty Ltd. of Pretoria, South Africa. Established in 1984, the Mutual Safe Group’s core operation offers an extensive array of premium quality category safes – including....More>>>
“Formula for success: rise early, work hard, strike oil” – J. Paul Getty
I must confess to feeling kind of lonely at times this year being one of a handful of observers of the casino space, (and at times, the only one,) standing firm on my undiminished faith that Las Vegas Sands (NYSE:LVS) valuations were dead wrong. Now, after the Macau Parisian has opened and LVS Q3 results....More>>>
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised he would implement massive changes to Canada marijuana laws. And when he does, it will create a new and booming economy.
If Canada places a “sin tax” of 50% on recreational marijuana sales, the country could make $5 billion annually, according to a CIBC World Markets report.
Currently, only medical marijuana is legal....More>>>
China's government intervened in the stock market last week…
That might sound like an extreme thing to do. But with all the talk of trade wars with the U.S., Chinese stocks were falling – until China's "National Team" of state-backed investors stepped in and started buying blue-chip Chinese companies to prop up the market.
If you’re looking for good Warren Buffett stocks to buy, there’s no better option than Buffett’s former money guy. I’m talking, of course, about Lou Simpson, the long-time Geico portfolio manager, who retired at the end of 2010 after 31 years at the company, more than a third of them spent under Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.A, NYSE:BRK.B) ownership.
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Wednesday was an up-and-down day for the stock market, which lost substantial ground early in the day only to climb back toward the unchanged mark by the end of the session. A slight rise for the Dow Jones Industrials led to yet another record-high close, and although other major market benchmarks weren’t quite as lofty, they nevertheless finished with only modest losses on the day. Generally....More>>>
Symantec: A plan coming together (or a bunch of smoke and mirrors?)
Symantec (SYMC) reported the results of its Q2 a few days ago. The results were a small miss on EPS with in-line revenues. Managements forecast for its fiscal Q3 was for revenues and EPS below the prior consensus and for a short fall on both the earnings and revenue line for the year as a whole. Needless to say, the shares....More>>>
From a New York Times article early this year Donald Trump said he would be in favor of a 45% tariff on Chinese exports to the United States. This is one of the reasons that Apple’s shares dropped over $12 from the day after he won the Presidential election to two days ago but have since rebounded by $4 to $110. There have been a number of articles written about why tariffs would have bad....More>>>
April 1969 saw the release of what would soon become Credence Clearwater Revival’s second gold single. Bad Moon Rising’s popularity quickly secured it a permanent spot in rock history. But it was also headed somewhere else, if not everywhere else, to places the young rockers never saw coming. In hindsight, it can only be said that while their music was great, their lawyer was lousy.