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These low-beta stocks offer a diversifying effect on one's portfolio, in that they tend to move separate from the broader market.
Even the world’s richest man can’t have everything.
SBF, as Bankman-Fried was often called, says he didn’t commit fraud. But bankruptcy specialists say the findings so far are ‘pretty devastating.’
Few embody this mindset better than Berkshire Hathaway's (NYSE: BRK.A) (NYSE: BRK.B) chairman and chief executive officer, Warren Buffett. RH (NYSE: RH), formerly known as Restoration Hardware, is one of the more interesting investments by Buffett's holding company, which owns a 9.9% stake that's worth $661 million.
Tesla, the electric vehicle industry's top manufacturer, has delivered good news to its investors, customers and fans lately as it rolled out its first EV semi trucks on Dec. 1. Ford , the No. 2 EV company in the U.S. after Tesla , also had great news for its investors and customers as it reported a 103% increase in EV sales year-over-year in November. Data provided by S&P Global Mobility on Nov. 29 placed Tesla at the top of the EV market with a 65% share with Ford registering about 7% of the market.
“There’s a very open and shut case for fraud,” said Armstrong, adding it’s “bizarrre” the media isn’t calling Bankman-Fried a “criminal.”
Shares of clinical-stage biotechnology company Anavex Life Sciences (NASDAQ: AVXL) recently shot higher. Investors reacting to great news for its Alzheimer's disease drug candidate, blarcamesine, drove the stock about 40% higher when the market opened on Friday, Dec. 2. Is Anavex Life Sciences a smart stock to buy now, or will the road ahead be a rocky one full of potholes?
Burned by Covid-19 lockdowns and worker protests at Foxconn plants, the iPhone maker is looking to further diversify the supply chain that has powered its growth.
In this article, we discuss the best dividend stocks according to Jim Cramer. You can skip our detailed analysis of Cramer’s market predictions, and go directly to read 5 Best Dividend Stocks According To Jim Cramer. The investing landscape has widely transformed this year as recession fears pull investors toward previously overlooked defensive securities. Jim […]
Tesla dominates the electric vehicle market. Elon Musk's group has seen its competitors gain market share because it is no longer the only company to offer electric vehicles. Of the more than 520,000 electric-vehicle registrations in the U.S. in the first nine months of 2022, about 340,000 were Teslas, according to according to data from S&P Global Mobility.
Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), Devon Energy (NYSE: DVN), and Baker Hughes (NASDAQ: BKR) stand out as three dirt-cheap dividend stocks to buy now. Daniel Foelber (Ford Motor Company): Ford stock is down nearly 44% from its all-time high set near the start of 2022. As the economy weakens and consumer spending falls, car companies run into trouble.
ZIM (ZIM) has been one of the stocks most watched by Zacks.com users lately. So, it is worth exploring what lies ahead for the stock.
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Here's why they think that AbbVie (NYSE: ABBV), Exelixis (NASDAQ: EXEL), and Vertex Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: VRTX) are stocks to buy hand over fist in December. Prosper Junior Bakiny (AbbVie): The end of the year is always a great time to review your investment portfolio. The drugmaker is set to lose U.S. patent protection for its biggest cash cow -- autoimmune-disease medicine Humira -- next year.
These three stocks all boast high yields, but one looks like the best option for dividend investors.
Dividend stocks. They’re the very picture of the reliable standby, the sound defensive play that investors make when markets turn south. Div stocks tend not to show as extreme shifts as the broader markets, and they offer a steady income stream no matter where the markets go. And it’s not just retail investors who move into dividend stocks. Recent regulatory filings show that billionaire Steve Cohen has bought big into high-yield dividend stocks. Cohen has built a reputation for success, and his
Defense, aerospace, and space giant Boeing (NYSE: BA) scored a long-awaited win on Nov. 16, when the Boeing-built Space Launch System successfully lifted off from Kennedy Space Center on a long, looping trip out past the moon and back. The space mission, dubbed Artemis 1, won't wrap up until the spacecraft it launched -- Lockheed Martin's Orion -- returns to Earth on Dec. 11. Just halfway through the mission, though, Artemis 1 scored a PR success for NASA and for Boeing, snapping a photo from its greatest distance -- a quarter million miles from Earth -- that space fans are calling "iconic."