As discussed in November, Amarin (NASDAQ:AMRN) had a decent chance of exceeding the high end of its net product revenue guidance range, and it has now indicated that it will modestly exceed the upper end of guidance. Net product revenues are expected to be above $125 million for 2016, although boosted by a few million due to changes in channel inventory.
Oil prices have continued their volatility after news broke that the EIA (Energy Information Administration) released generally mixed oil-related data for the prior week and after an interesting rig count update. In what follows, I will go over the data released by both the EIA and Baker Hughes (NYSE:BHI) and give my own thoughts on what it means for investors in companies like Memorial Production....More>>>
Famed investor and “Gloom, Boom & Doom Report” author Marc Faber is calling for a recession.
“I would put up interest rates,” Faber said during a conference hosted by CMC Market in Sydney, Australia, on Wednesday night. The U.S. Federal Reserve holds its next two-day meeting Nov. 1-2 — just six days ahead of the 2016 presidential election that has investors....More>>>
Today, the member nations of OPEC still produce nearly 40% of the global oil supply. Oil traders still respect OPEC's promises to cut global supply. Over the last few months, Saudi Arabia has promised that OPEC will cut production in conjunction with Russia. The fact that OPEC needs Russia's cooperation is revealing… It shows OPEC's diminished market power. Russia....More>>>
Insys Therapeutics (NASDAQ:INSY) has been bombarded with negative headlines over the last few months. Most of these stories focus on the past, what former employees did, etc. They have no bearing on the firm’s asset value or ability to generate profits in the future. As a result, Insys stock has become undervalued, and this is a good entry point
I believe this stock is the single best....More>>>
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 stock market finished mixed on Tuesday, and although the Dow Jones Industrials still finished with a loss of more than 100 points, other major market benchmarks finished very close to the unchanged level on the day. Geopolitical pressure continued to hurt investor sentiment, and some bad news on the earnings front also cast a pall on trading during the regular session. Yet some stocks managed....More>>>
April 24, 2017: Markets opened higher Monday following a first round of voting in France that appears at least to maintain both the EU and the currency union. The financial sector traded more than 2% higher near the end of Monday’s trading with real estate and telecom the only sectors showing losses for the day. WTI crude oil for June delivery settled at $49.23 a barrel, down 0.8% on the day.....More>>>
Papa John’s International Inc. (NASDAQ:PZZA), the recognized quality leader in the pizza category, posted excellent quarterly results including an 8.52% increase in total revenues. Total revenues for the first nine months increased 4.1%.
Papa John’s is the world’s third-largest pizza delivery company and offers different pizza styles, topping choices and side items including....More>>>
U.S. stock futures are wavering around even this morning. Wall Street is digesting more political uncertainty out of Washington ahead of a slew of economic reports. Reports emerged yesterday that President Donald Trump has decided to replace national security advisor Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster after
U.S. stock futures are wavering around even this morning. Wall Street is digesting more political uncertainty out of Washington ahead of a slew of economic reports. Reports emerged yesterday that President Donald Trump has decided to replace national security advisor Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster afte