Willis Lease Finance Co. (NASDAQ:WLFC) CEO Charles F. Iv Willis sold 4,718 shares of the firm’s stock in a transaction on Tuesday, June 26th. The shares were sold at an average price of $31.19, for a total transaction of $147,154.42. Following the sale, the chief executive officer now owns
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn is all but exiting the casino industry, selling his stake in Tropicana Entertainment for $1.85 billion. But maybe Eldorado Resorts (NASDAQ:ERI)– which will operate the properties bought by real estate investment trust (REIT)Gaming & Leisure Properties (NASDAQ:GLPI)– shouldn’t be going all in.
Eldorado may be piling too much onto its plate,....More>>>
In this Market Foolery podcast, host Chris Hill is joined by Foolish investor-at-large Tim Hansen to discuss a trio of topics. First, they review Home Depot’s (NYSE:HD) disappointing quarter. The home-improvement retailer may be Amazon-proof, but it’s not entirely weather resistant.
Next, they debate whether Scotts Miracle-Gro(NYSE:SMG) is as good a “picks and shovels”....More>>>
Natural gas for transportation supplierClean Energy Fuels Corp(NASDAQ:CLNE) reported earnings on May 10, and while the company was profitable on both a GAAP and adjusted basis, growth — measured in gallons of natural gas delivered — slowed to almost a trickle, even when adjusted for last year’s sale of the biomethane business. At the same time, the cyclical nature of its station....More>>>
Don't be fooled… When things look bad, it's hard to imagine anything changing. Oil prices have been crushed. But the world is about to experience a huge shift. It's already starting. And I believe it's going to turn things around for the oil industry – in a big way… Yesterday, I told you the U.S. is the largest oil consumer on the planet. ....More>>>
Pegasystems(NASDAQ:PEGA) announced first-quarter results this week that paired a significant slowdown in sales growth with plummeting earnings. The declines were driven by a shift toward cloud-based revenue that had a more pronounced impact on the books because of the implementation of new accounting rules.
But the software specialist’s management team was quick to point out that the....More>>>
In Snap’s (NYSE:SNAP) short life thus far as a public company, it has already suffered from numerous high-profile departures. Snap’s head of human resources, vice president of security, and general counsel leftthe company last summer, just a few months after the IPO. Engineering chief Tim Sehn quit back in November, and was followed by VP of product Tom Conrad shortly thereafter.
SeaWorld Entertainment Inc (NYSE:SEAS) stock was performing well Tuesday on positive attendance news for the first quarter of 2018.
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During the first quarter of the year, SeaWorld Entertainment Inc saw its attendance come in at 3.22 million visitors. This represents an almost 15% increase over its attendance of 2.81 million visitors....More>>>
The Dow Jones today projected a 61-point decline as investors prepared for the president’s announcement on Iran. According to European diplomats, U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to withdraw the United States from the deal, despite the fact that rejecting the pact is likely to foster an international crisis.
As global upheaval continues to rock market, gold has staged a....More>>>
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is getting into the dating game, and that is bad news for Match Group Inc (NASDAQ:MTCH).
The dating services giant behind Tinder, Match, PlentyOfFish and OKCupid, saw its stock fall by more than 20% after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that his company would be launching a Facebook dating service in the near future.
U.S. stock futures are struggling for gains this morning. Mixed corporate earnings, including misses from Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) and Snap Inc (NYSE:SNAP), are weighing on market sentiment.
Meanwhile, Wall Street is looking ahead to key economic data today. Updates on weekly jobless claims and non-manufacturing activity are on tap this morning, with investors looking ahead to tomorrow’s....More>>>
Guggenheim’s Tony Butler and Kaitlin Sandor argue that Gilead Sciences (GILD) should buy Syndax Pharmaceuticals (SNDX), Corvus Pharmaceuticals (CRVS), and Tesaro (TSRO) to solve its problem of slowing sales:
Stocks that rapidly skyrocket in value rarely come across as compelling buys. But seasoned investors are well aware that buying stocks trading near or at their 52-week highs is, in fact, a strategy proven to generate above-average returns on capital.The underlying reason is simple: Winners tend
You might be tempted to write off Gilead Sciences (NASDAQ:GILD).
The once high-flying biotech has lost 45% of its market cap since mid-2015. After the stock climbed more than 20% earlier this year, Gilead lost all of those gains and then some. Sales for the company's hepatitis C virus (HC
Despite the advances Celgene Corporation (CELG) is accomplishing in its R&D efforts, the three major failures since last October 2017, shook up investor confidence. How, then, should investors interpret the companys latest deep dive in its multiple myeloma presentation? The update will not n