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It’s been clear from the beginning that Alaska Air’s (NYSE:ALK) acquisition of Virgin America was bad news for United Continental (NYSE:UAL). Alaska Air’s management viewed the deal as a springboard for growth in California — especially in the Bay Area. Meanwhile, United is the dominant airline in San Francisco.

On Thursday, Alaska Air revealed just how much of a threat....More>>>

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Platinum prices in 2017have been outperforming the broader market, making the precious metal a worthy investment.

The price of platinum has gained 9% this year from $905.70 on Dec. 30, 2016, to $987.60. These returns top the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s gain of 4.1% over the same period.

What’s more, Money MorningResource Specialist Peter Krauth predicts the platinum....More>>>

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Patience in investing is a virtue. If you’re willing to hold on until the end of 2017 with Symphony International Holdings (OTC:SYNNF), then you could be rewarded with a 9% dividend and a 40% return on capital.

Symphony, a London-listed, closed-end investment fund, currently trades with a 40% discount to its net asset value. Its assets aim to capture the growing economic power of the....More>>>

What Under Armour Didn't Say in Its Earnings Report”

High-performance athletic clothing brand Under Armour (NYSE:UA) (NYSE:UAA) reported slightly better earnings than expected for the first quarter. As covered in my earnings preview article, investors were interested in the results from its large North American and wholesale segments. Management discussed these topics along with providing insight into the new relationship with Kohl’s. Missing....More>>>

Why Nike and Under Armour Are Pushing for High-Tech Manufacturing”

Nike(NYSE:NKE), Under Armour (NYSE:UAA)(NYSE:UA), and other clothing brands have been talking a lot lately about the need to overhaul their manufacturing processes as a way to reduce costs, improve quality, and have more flexibility. The textile manufacturing process has changed relatively slowly compared with other industries, but that could change soon as more and more focus is put on disrupting....More>>>

Why Nike and Under Armour Are Pushing for High-Tech Manufacturing”

Nike(NYSE:NKE), Under Armour (NYSE:UAA)(NYSE:UA), and other clothing brands have been talking a lot lately about the need to overhaul their manufacturing processes as a way to reduce costs, improve quality, and have more flexibility. The textile manufacturing process has changed relatively slowly compared with other industries, but that could change soon as more and more focus is put on disrupting....More>>>

The 10 Best Stocks for a “Set It and Forget It” Summer Portfolio

Traditionally, the best stocks in any portfolio (growth, income, retirement) are stocks that you can buy and leave alone for at least a few months, if not a few years, without having to worry about rushing to your brokerage account to sell out before you’re caught in an epic collapse.

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And summertime is typically one of the hottest months....More>>>

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Marathon Oil (MRO) tumbled to the bottom of the S&P 500 today after oil tumbled after data pointed to higher inventories of crude.

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Marathon Oildropped 8.7% to $14.87, while the S&P 500 fell 0.2% to 2,362.98, as Front Month Nymex Crude futures for April delivery slid 5.4% to $50.28., leading some to wonder if the price oil could drop below $50....More>>>

Here’s How to Make a Killing Off Kohl’s Extinction


Shah Gilani

Seriously, someone please tell Kevin Mansell – Kohl’s Corp.’s (NYSE:KSS) triple-threat chairman, president, and chief executive officer – that he’s wrong, wrong, wrong.

While the rest of the bricks-and-mortar retailers in America are shedding stores as fast as they can (though not fast enough for some of them to beat debt....More>>>

What Does the Launch of a $300 Sneaker Mean for Under Armour”

Under Armour(NYSE:UAA) (NYSE:UA) recently launched a limited-edition shoe that represents some important steps for its footwear strategy. The Architech Futurist sneaker features a 3D-printed heal section that’s said to provide a better quality of support. It also retails at $300 — making it the company’s most expensive shoe ever.

The footwear and apparel retailer is....More>>>