CD Projekt reported a worse-than-forecast 65% drop in profit in the first quarter. U.K. activist investor Abri Advisors wants changes.
The Federal Reserve was just the spark; the tinder was the excessive bullishness of market-timing traders
No one was expecting much from the Federal Reserve this past week. Instead, the process of tightening monetary policy looks to have finally started.
RETIREMENT WEEKLY Q.: With rates so low, why would anyone own bonds? Won’t bonds get crushed when rates rise? — Paul in KC A.: Paul, if you are looking for interest payments, bonds are underwhelming for sure.
Inflations fears are rising, along with the price of gasoline and lumber and milk – and, oddly, the unemployment rate. The initial unemployment claims ticked up last week, even as the number of job openings reached a record high level. Between the COVID relief bill, the infrastructure proposal, and a jobs act, the Biden Administration's spending plans are totaling $6 trillion. And with economic activity reopening after the COVID pandemic, consumers are getting out, eager to spend, and holding pl
Fed policymakers surprised a lot of investors on Wednesday by signaling that tapering and interest-rate hikes are finally on the way. Investors sat up and noticed because “taking away the punch bowl” has doomed many a growth cycle. The Fed policy shift confirms we are moving toward the middle of the economic cycle from the early stage where rip-roaring growth is the norm – which benefits more speculative stocks.
MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor has compared his early backing of Apple to that of bitcoin, calling the crypto “a dominant monetary network that everyone needs.”
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United States Steel Corporation (X) announced upbeat guidance for the second quarter of FY21. However, shares of the giant steel producer plunged 7.7% to close at $23.82 on June 17, following China’s announcement that it would release metals like copper, aluminum, and zinc from its national reserves to curtail commodity prices. Q2 FY21 Guidance U.S. Steel said it expects Q2 adjusted EBITDA to be $1.2 billion and adjusted net income (excluding restructuring and asset impairment charges) to be $88
A near-record dollar amount of single stock equity options -totaling $818 billion - is set to expire at the close of trading on Friday afternoon, potentially driving sharp moves in some stocks throughout the day, Goldman Sachs analysts wrote. A recent surge in interest in options trading, fueled in part by droves of retail traders looking to place wagers on the swings in so-called meme stocks such as GameStop Corp and AMC Entertainment Holdings, has boosted trading in U.S. single stock options to record highs this year. Single stock open interest now stands at nearly $3 trillion in notional terms, close to the highest level since Jan. 15, according to the report, which was authored by analysts Vishal Vivek and John Marshall and published on Friday morning.
Buy low and sell high, we’ve all heard it before. For stock investors, if means finding an optimal combination of low point of entry and return potential. The trick is finding low-cost stocks that are fundamentally sound; share price always drops low for a reason, so you need to find stocks that are low for reasons that won’t press it down further. Among the stocks that are getting the thumbs up are three that show a strongly attractive profile for retail investors: an initial price below $10 pe
Bitcoin’s ‘death cross’ could increase selling pressure into the weekend.
Baillie Gifford’s Tom Slater invests in companies and CEOs with long-term vision, irrespective of short-term market moves.
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See: I’m 40, and a single, military dad of 2; I have rental income, $100K in retirement savings and expect at least $3K a month in retirement — what am I missing? If the level of expenses you provided is accurate, coupled with moderate inflation and an estimated investment growth rate of net 6% to 6.5%, your strategy should be able to hold you over until Social Security and then some, said Brian Robinson, a certified financial planner and partner at advisory firm SharpePoint. “There are enough assets with different taxable circumstances that, if allocated correctly and in the correct types of vehicles, will achieve a sustained retirement through at least age 90,” Robinson said.
The EWP count since the March low is complete (five waves up), while the forecasted upside targets were reached and slightly exceeded.
Perceptive Advisors, which has topped the market in recent years, sold all its Novavax stock, and bought BridgeBio, SpringWorks, and Aldeyra stock in the first quarter.
The Federal Reserve rattles investors twice in a week.
Chris Senyek, chief investment strategist at Wolfe Research, says that dividend investors need to be nimble and consider different strategies when looking at inflationary possibilities. Plus: Prudential’s commitment to its dividend and T. Rowe’s special payout.
BofA Securities analyst Vivek Arya reiterated a Buy rating on the stock and raised his target for the price to $900 from $800.
I never had much faith in Sundial Growers (NASDAQ:SNDL). Back in February, when SNDL stock was trading near $3 per share on support from Reddit’s r/WallStreetBets, I urged readers to take profits and walk away. And when Redditors pounded the table for Sundial in May? I repeated the call. Source: Jan Havlicek/shutterstock.com Redditors will certainly lambast me for the second story. The stock is up 28% since then. But I stand by it. Why? Because there’s a difference between investing and what Red