Continued from my first article, Shortify Shopify – Part 1
I discuss another reconstruction of value for Shopify (NYSE:SHOP).
The top five e-commerce platforms command 53% of share of the top 1 million websites. This fragmentation in the marketplace leaves room for the top to consolidate market share, however, this also illustrates the inexistent....More>>>
A few days ago, microprocessor giant Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) formally unveiled its seventh-generation Core processor family for desktop computers, known as Kaby Lake. With the launch came new chips from Intel as well as new motherboards using the company’s new Z200-series motherboard chipsets (the top of the line ones targeted at high-end personal computers are known as Z270).
The Under Armour stock ticker is changing, and shares of Under Armour Inc. (NYSE: UA) jumped following the news.
The company announced on Monday that it will change its Class A and Class C stock tickers. At the start of trading on Dec. 7, Under Armour Class A shares will change from “UA” to “UAA.” Also on that day, the company’s Class C common stock will....More>>>
I think now is an excellent opportunity to take a long position in Phillips 66 (NYSE:PSX). The stock is trading well-off of its 2017 highs and provides a stable, growing yield to investors. This plays into large total return potential for the second half of the year. Fundamentals haven’t been so positive as of late, with significant challenges amounting from lower gas prices and high refined....More>>>
As North America’s bull market continues to see extended gains following Donald Trump’s presidential victory, many investors are beginning to question current valuation levels in the face of increased global uncertainty. When attempting to rebalance one’s portfolio in order to preserve capital, companies like Wal-Mart (NYSE:WMT), J&J (NYSE:JNJ), and General Mills (NYSE:GIS)....More>>>
After reporting another expectations-beating quarter of revenue and earnings growth along with raised guidance (causing its share price to surge over 20% in just two months since my initial buy call on the company), Applied Materials (AMAT) still offers investors considerable value.
Recently I re-read one of my favorite books a novel of the Vietnam War by Tim OBrien called The Things They Carried. If you havent read it, I highly recommend it. But the point for our purposes right now is that