The administration’s five-year drilling plan could allow limited leasing off Alaska and in Gulf of Mexico.
Warren Buffett likes to say his favorite holding period for an S&P 500 stock is forever. But that's definitely not always the case.
A 20-year-old USC student has made a $110 million profit from trading meme stock favorite Bed Bath & Beyond, following a frenzy in Wednesday’s trading session.
Jake Freeman cashed out his 6% stake in the meme stock after it exploded on Tuesday.
Chasing best-known favorites may not be the best way to score on Meme stocks, analysts say. Meme stock ETFs can help.
The past few weeks have been refreshing for Cathie Wood and fans of her style of growth stock investing. The CEO and co-founder of Ark Invest publishes the buys and sells of her firm's exchange-traded funds (ETFs) every market day, giving the public insight into her latest allocation strategies.
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StoneCo Ltd. (STNE) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -54.55% and 10.13%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2022. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Tesla (TSLA) shares have risen in recent weeks and are now testing resistance at its 200-day moving average. Analysts have been raising 2023 estimates at the same time, heralding the addition of this 21st century icon to the IBD 50 growth list. The Inflation Reduction Act will work in the company's favor, with bullish long range implications for the renewable...
The world’s nations continue to hold gold reserves in their central banks even as they’ve backed away over the years from considering it in terms of currency. The idea remains among experts that it’s probably a good idea to hold a reserve of the precious metal just in case. Gold has traditionally been seen as a hedge against inflation, which is a major concern of central banks. Other asset classes, some of them new and different, have begun to rival gold for this honor, but it's the precious met
Question: I had $225,000 in my 401(k) and then I rolled over $125,000 to an annuity at 7%, as I wanted income. Should I hire a financial adviser to help? Answer: Congrats on your impending retirement — and know that it’s totally normal to feel like now may be the time to hire a financial adviser.
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Billionaire investor Ryan Cohen cashed out his entire position in Bed Bath & Beyond this week, roughly five months after taking a major stake in the company and advocating for changes.
In this article, we discuss 10 large-cap dividend stocks with over 5% yield. You can skip our detailed discussion on large-cap dividend investment, and go directly to read 5 Large-Cap Dividend Stocks with Over 5% Yield. Large-cap stocks are generally considered to be safer investments than small- and mid-cap stocks. These stocks are known to […]
Most Americans have at least heard of a 401(k) plan, but there is another tax-advantaged workplace retirement plan out there - the 403(b). A 403(b) operates similarly to a 401(k), but is generally only available to public sector employees and … Continue reading → The post IRS May Close This RMD Loophole appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
It’s easy to get vertigo, when markets get yanked around in several directions at once. The crazy currents we’ve seen in recent weeks have been a recipe for confusion – a bear turned into a bullish rally, inflation hit a 40+ year peak and then pulled back, the Federal Reserve made some of the most aggressive rate hikes in its history before sounding a dovish note. For the average investor, charting a course through these waters is a daunting task. It is in time like this that some expert advice
When President Joe Biden signed the CHIPS Act of 2022 into law on Aug. 9, it provided some good news for a number of chip stocks.
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Making the right decision in the investment market is no easy task. Investors must wade into a sea of often contradictory data and locate the kernels of fact that can point toward a stock’s likely future. Finding a semblance of sense and pattern in the jumble of raw information is the necessary prerequisite for success. This is where the TipRanks Smart Score comes in. Using a set of proprietary algorithms, the Smart Score collects a range of data for every stock – and sorts it according to 8 fac
Applied Materials (AMAT) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 8.99% and 4.18%, respectively, for the quarter ended July 2022. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?