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YouTube bans gun modding tutorials after Las Vegas shooting

Following the deadly massacre in Las Vegas last week, YouTube has begun banning videos that depict tutorials on gun modification

  • When Can We Expect A Profit From IsoRay Inc (NYSEMKT:ISR)?
    Business
    Simply Wall St.

    When Can We Expect A Profit From IsoRay Inc (NYSEMKT:ISR)?

    IsoRay Inc’s (NYSEMKT:ISR): IsoRay, Inc., through its subsidiary, IsoRay Medical, Inc., develops, manufactures, and sells isotope-based medical products and devices for the treatment of cancer and other malignant diseases in the United States. Working backwards from analyst estimates, it turns out that they expect the company to grow 59.9% year-on-year, on average, which is extremely buoyant.

  • Why Geron Corporation Stock Is Bolting Higher Today
    Business
    Motley Fool

    Why Geron Corporation Stock Is Bolting Higher Today

    Shares of the clinical-stage biotech Geron Corporation (NASDAQ: GERN) rose by as much as 12.19% in early-morning trading today on heavier-than-normal volume. The decision, if positive, could result in a massive short squeeze in Geron's stock. Fortunately, bulls and bears alike don't have long to wait to find out J&J's final decision.

  • Here's how much money people in their 50s have in their 401(k)s
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    CNBC

    Here's how much money people in their 50s have in their 401(k)s

    Is the average fifty-something with a retirement account on track? As of the second quarter of 2018, Americans between 50 and 59 years old with a 401(k) had an average balance of $174,200 and were contributing 10 percent of their paychecks. Fidelity reports that Americans aged 50 to 59 are saving more in their 401(k)s than they were five years ago: In 2013, they had an average balance of $128,900.

  • The Latest GE Stock Decline Could Provide Another Buying Opportunity
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    Motley Fool

    The Latest GE Stock Decline Could Provide Another Buying Opportunity

    Having already plunged about 60% since the beginning of 2017, General Electric (NYSE: GE) stock began moving lower again last week after the company disclosed oxidation issues for its next-generation gas turbines. Obviously, it's unfortunate that General Electric will have to incur extra costs to fix the affected turbines and redesign components to improve their durability. As a result, if GE stock continues to plumb new lows, it could create an attractive buying opportunity for long-term investors.

  • Business
    Investopedia

    4 Beaten Down Dow Stocks That Can Rally

    Nearly half the stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) remain far below their 2018 highs, even as the index rises to set new records. Among these decliners are Walmart Inc. ( WMT), The Goldman Sachs Group Inc. ( GS), 3M Co. ( MMM), International

  • BANK OF AMERICA: The most important segment of the housing market has peaked
    Finance
    Business Insider

    BANK OF AMERICA: The most important segment of the housing market has peaked

    The top is in for existing-home sales, which make up 90% of transactions in the US, according to economists at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. The largest segment of the housing market has peaked and will no longer contribute to the US economy's growth, according to US economists at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. "We are calling it," the team led by Michelle Meyer said in a research note on Friday.

  • Kavanaugh’s potential replacement is far bigger nightmare for progressives: Kennedy
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    Fox Business Videos

    Kavanaugh’s potential replacement is far bigger nightmare for progressives: Kennedy

    FOX Business’ Kennedy says Judge Amy Coney Barrett as Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s replacement presents a much greater challenge for progressives.

  • Micron Hides Another Key Metric From Investors
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    Motley Fool

    Micron Hides Another Key Metric From Investors

    Just as the booming market for memory chips begins to cool off, Micron Technology (NASDAQ: MU) is making it harder for investors to understand its results. During the company's earnings call earlier this month, CFO David Zinsner announced that the memory chip manufacturer would no longer disclose gross margins for its DRAM and NAND product categories. This isn't the first time Micron has become tight-lipped about a key metric.

  • 3 Marijuana Stocks to Absolutely Not Buy Right Now
    Business
    Motley Fool

    3 Marijuana Stocks to Absolutely Not Buy Right Now

    Following a roughly six-month lull, investors can't seem to get enough of marijuana stocks, as evidenced by the more than tripling in the North American Marijuana Index over the trailing year. The reason for this bullishness is most clearly related to the imminent legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada, which is set to occur on Oct. 17, 2018. This could very well be the case with a handful of marijuana stocks.

  • 3 Stocks That Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now
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    Motley Fool

    3 Stocks That Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now

    Read on to learn what they had to say about JD.com (NASDAQ: JD), Apache Corporation (NYSE: APA), and Baidu (NASDAQ: BIDU). Steve Symington (JD.com): Down 37% so far in 2018 and trading at just 0.6 times trailing-12-month revenue, shares of Chinese e-commerce leader JD.com have been absolutely hammered by a combination of U.S.-China trade tensions and -- much more troubling -- the arrest late last month of its founding CEO, Richard Liu, on an allegation of sexual assault in Minneapolis. To be clear, I would be uncomfortable buying JD.com stock if I don't believe in the morals of its executive leadership.

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    TheStreet.com

    Legendary Technician Gives Her View of the Current Market

    Louise Yamada is a Wall Street legend. As one of the first female technicians, she called the Enron and Tyco debacles before they happened and knew someone was selling the financials as early as 2007. Listen to her now explain the current state to the

  • Why Helios and Matheson Stock Popped 43% This Morning
    Business
    Motley Fool

    Why Helios and Matheson Stock Popped 43% This Morning

    Helios and Matheson Analytics (NASDAQ: HMNY) stock is up 14.3% as of 1:30 p.m. EDT -- not a bad pop, if not quite as good as the near-43% run-up it enjoyed earlier in the day. Helios and Matheson is getting more deeply involved in the movie business -- as in, it's making them instead of just subsidizing viewers' ability to watch them through its MoviePass subscription service. MoviePass wants to be the star of its own show.

  • Call of the Day: Nvidia
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    Yahoo Finance Video

    Call of the Day: Nvidia

    Bank of America Merrill Lynch says forget AMD and Intel - Nvidia is its top pick in the space due. Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers and Andy Serwer discuss the call of the day.

  • Why Novavax Inc. Is Surging 14.4% Higher Today
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    Motley Fool

    Why Novavax Inc. Is Surging 14.4% Higher Today

    After a Wall Street analyst upgraded Novavax Inc. (NASDAQ: NVAX) from underperform to outperform on Friday, shares in the company are rallying 14.4% at 3:30 p.m. EDT on Monday. JPMorgan's about-face on Novavax shares is due to increasing confidence that the company's ResVax vaccine for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) can hit its mark in late-stage studies due to wrap up next year. If the data next year is good enough to support an FDA submission for approval and the FDA eventually signs off on ResVax, it would be a needle-moving event for the company.

  • Business
    The Wall Street Journal

    The Case for Revamping 401(k)s

    Over the next five years, the federal government will provide subsidies in excess of $1 trillion for retirement saving, according to estimates from the Joint Committee on Taxation. The bulk of these subsidies will be delivered through defined-contribution accounts, such as 401(k)s and IRAs, that lower savers’ tax bills if they sock money away for retirement. While retirement security is indeed an important policy goal, the way we subsidize such saving is ineffective, regressive and in pressing need of reform.

  • Tesla is making its own car carriers
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    Reuters

    Tesla is making its own car carriers

    The company is upgrading its logistics system but running into an "extreme" shortage of car carrier trailers, Chief Executive Elon Musk tweeted on Monday in response to a customer, who placed order for a Model 3 All Wheel Drive (AWD) in June but has yet to receive the car. "Started building our own car carriers this weekend to alleviate load," Musk said. Earlier this month, Musk acknowledged that the company was facing more logistical problems now than production delays.

  • Big Highs Won't Last for New Age Beverage Stock
    Business
    Motley Fool

    Big Highs Won't Last for New Age Beverage Stock

    Shares of New Age Beverages hit an all-time high of $9.99 shortly after Friday's open, only to close sharply lower. New Age Beverages soared on the potential of CBD as a beverage additive, but there are a couple of things to consider. Investors will want to size up what New Age Beverages is all about, and that involves a sobering look at last year's heady top-line growth. Revenue doubled in 2017, but that wasn't organic growth.

  • The Salesforce vs. Microsoft Battle Just Heated Up (Again)
    Business
    Motley Fool

    The Salesforce vs. Microsoft Battle Just Heated Up (Again)

    The expansion of enterprise software provider Salesforce (NYSE: CRM) has been relentless, and that has put the company at odds with Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) many times. Since Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella took over a few years ago, the relationship between the two competitors has warmed compared with the cold war they used to wage. Salesforce and Microsoft customers can even integrate the two software platforms, a capability that is advertised on both companies' websites.

  • Why Trump Couldn’t Really Stop the Mueller Investigation—Even if He Fired Rosenstein
    Politics
    Time

    Why Trump Couldn’t Really Stop the Mueller Investigation—Even if He Fired Rosenstein

    Midway through Monday morning, there was a period when the world believed Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein would be fired. The central question — to both the public’s and the President’s calculations — is whether such a departure would jeopardize Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, which Rosenstein has been overseeing, given Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ recusal. Firing Rosenstein could give President Donald Trump the opportunity to rid himself and his associates of Mueller and his prying, which Trump has reportedly expressed his desire to do before.

  • The startling amount of money millennial men say they need to earn to be happy
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    CNBC

    The startling amount of money millennial men say they need to earn to be happy

    In order to be happy, millennial men, defined here as those aged 21 to 37, say they need to earn an average of at least $118,000 per year, according TD Ameritrade's recent "Millennials and Work" survey. In 2016, millennial women said they needed an average of $48,500.

  • Why Baytex Energy Corp.'s Stock Is Soaring Today
    Business
    Motley Fool

    Why Baytex Energy Corp.'s Stock Is Soaring Today

    Shares of Baytex Energy Corp. (NYSE: BTE) took off on Monday, rallying more than 10% by 3:30 p.m. EDT. The global oil benchmark, Brent, rose more than 3% on Monday, closing above $81 a barrel -- its highest level in four years -- while the U.S. benchmark, West Texas Intermediate (WTI), increased nearly 2% and closed above $72 per barrel. Fueling the rise in oil prices was news that an OPEC-led coalition of oil-producing nations would not increase their production any further despite calls from President Trump to boost their output and push down crude prices.

  • China says trade war to 'certainly' hurt US exporters, create opportunities to others
    World
    Reuters

    China says trade war to 'certainly' hurt US exporters, create opportunities to others

    China is being forced to retaliate against the United States in their trade dispute, and U.S. exporters including suppliers of liquefied natural gas would "certainly" be hurt, said Chinese vice commerce minister Wang Shouwen. The United States and China imposed fresh tariffs on each other's goods on Monday as the world's two biggest economies showed no signs of backing down from an increasingly bitter trade dispute that is expected to hit global economic growth.

  • Fast-growing chip makers are selling for a discount after Trump tariff announcement
    Business
    MarketWatch

    Fast-growing chip makers are selling for a discount after Trump tariff announcement

    DEEP DIVE Shares of many U.S. semiconductor manufacturers and their suppliers have been hammered over the past week, as investors have learned about the potential effects of President Trump’s trade war with China. But a high level

  • Here's How Much the Average American Household Has in a Savings Account
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    Motley Fool

    Here's How Much the Average American Household Has in a Savings Account

    In fact, earlier this year, I reported that 40% of U.S. adults don't have enough savings to cover a mere $400 emergency. Case in point: The average household's savings account balance is $16,420. Given the number of U.S. adults who couldn't come up with $400 at a moment's notice, it's encouraging to see that the average savings account balance is upward of $16,000.

  • Why Tilray's Plunge Continued Today
    Business
    Motley Fool

    Why Tilray's Plunge Continued Today

    Shares of Tilray, Inc. (NASDAQ: TLRY) were 16.2% lower as of 3:13 p.m. EDT Monday. The Canadian marijuana stock soared in recent weeks, fueled in large part by what appears to have been a short squeeze.