Besides taxing areca nut farmers less and curbing imports, the government also does little to raise awareness and fight addiction.
It's important to remember that as we watch the stock market crash and our personal net worth take a big hit. While that has certainly happened, it's important to note that the stock market isn't the economy.
This trio might be ice cold. But Wall Street says they now have up to 86% upside.
If a major recession is coming, the financial guru recommends some fast, concrete moves to protect your money.
These passive income powerhouses, with yields ranging between 5.5% and 12%, can combat historically high inflation and make patient investors richer over time.
These innovative and time-tested companies are trading at a discount and begging to be bought by long-term investors.
Without investors starting to see a way through challenges and policy markets starting to help, any bear-market rallies aren’t likely to last. This would further damage confidence.
Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) is the undisputed EV leader and trailblazer for the entire sector. The stock rose ahead of the company's execution, however, keeping many people from owning it from a valuation perspective. There was always the chance of failure, and even CEO Elon Musk said that his company was within about a month of bankruptcy when it was ramping up its Model 3 mass production in 2017.
The Nasdaq Composite fell 9% in the first quarter, as many investors weighed concerns about the strength of the economy. Likewise, billionaire James Simons of Renaissance Technologies doubled down on Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA), and the stock now ranks as the second-largest holding in his hedge fund.
On Friday morning, agricultural equipment giant Deere & Company (NYSE: DE) announced that it just grew its profits about twice as fast as it grew its sales. Reporting its financial results for its fiscal second quarter 2022 Friday, Deere said its net sales and revenue came in at $13.4 billion, up 11% year-over-year. In just the first two hours of trading Friday, Deere stock fell 11.5%.
The popularity of these investments is likely to continue with the U.S. Treasury announcing a few weeks ago that the initial annualized rate on new Series I savings bonds sold from May through October of this year is 9.62%. If I buy these Series I savings bonds, what’s the minimum amount of time I have to hold them?
Genco Shipping & Trading has been a port in the storm. A new dividend policy could more than keep the stock afloat.
The protester revealed the message “Stop raping us” in the blue and yellow colours of the Ukraine flag.
Another week of big losses as Wall Street adjusts to a "hard" reality. Tesla broke decisively, but it wasn't alone.
U.S. stocks are in the midst of their longest selloff in decades. Many investors and analysts looking back at historic pullbacks believe that the current slump that has put the S&P 500 on the cusp of a bear market still has a way to go. The index is down 19% from its Jan. 3 record, flirting with the 20% decline that would end the bull market that began in March 2020.
Ark Investing's Cathie Wood thinks both chains have a problem which could be good for consumers, but maybe not investors at least in the short-term.
The Boeing Co., which carries an economic heft in Ohio and the Dayton region, has secured a large order. The Chicago-based aerospace giant, which may be relocating elsewhere, inked a deal with UK-based International Airlines Group for a combined total of 50 737 planes, plus 100 options.
The markets may be in free fall, but a few biotechnology companies had an exceptionally good day. Siga’s stock is up more than 40%; Emergent Biosolutions’s gained nearly 12%, and Tonix Pharmaceuticals, 15%. A few cases of monkeypox have been registered in Europe and North America, far from West and Central Africa where outbreaks typically emerge.
You've heard the expression that "a diamond is forever." Here are the "diamonds" of tech.
A bear market for the S&P 500? The stage certainly appears to be set for one, as equity benchmarks added to ugly weekly declines on Friday.
The Dow Jones reversed higher while the S&P 500 battled out of bear market territory. Tesla stock dived amid reports about CEO Elon Musk.