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Archive Monthly Archives: July 2019

7 Stocks to Sell This Summer Earnings Season

Second-quarter earnings season is upon us, and the outlook from Wall Street on how this earnings season will go isn’t too rosy. For the second quarter in a row, analysts are expecting the S&P 500 to report a year-over-year earnings decline. That marks the first time since 2016 that earnings are expected to drop for […]

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Facebook Earnings Set To Arrive As Stock Hovers In Buy Zone

As Facebook (FB) stock hovers in a buy zone, the social media giant is set to report second-quarter results. The Facebook earnings report will arrive after the market close Wednesday.Wall Street expects Facebook earnings, on an adjusted basis, to reach $1.87 per share, up 8% from the year-ago period. Analysts predict revenue of $16.5 billion, […]

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This One Number In Tesla’s Earnings Report Wednesday Will Make Or Break The Stock, Citi Says

Citigroup thinks Tesla investors hoping for a post-earnings rally later this week should scrutinize one key financial metric when it reports its quarterly results this Wednesday.The electric car maker’s automotive gross margin specifically will likely determine how Tesla’s stock finishes the week and remains central to the company’s future financial health, analyst Itay Michaeli told […]

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Cannabis Stocks Slammed After FDA Warning To Curaleaf For CBD Claims

Cannabis stocks were mostly lower on Tuesday, led by Curaleaf Holdings, after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration sent a warning letter to the company for claiming CBD-based products could treat a range of serious diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease.Curaleaf is “illegally selling unapproved products containing cannabidiol (CBD) online with unsubstantiated claims that the products treat […]

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10 of the Best Cheap Stocks to Buy Under $10

Ten years into a bull market that’s coincided with the longest economic expansion in American history, cheap stocks can seem hard to find. While a company’s share price being in the single digits can by no means assure investors the stock is a steal, the rise of free stock trading apps like Robinhood has made […]

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A Good Time to Buy Financial Stocks

It has been forecasted for some time, but now it is finally happening-US banks are hiking dividends. After getting the all clear from regulators after successful stress tests, US banks are beginning to hike their dividends. For instance, Morgan Stanley and Citigroup hiked their dividends by 13%+ recently, with both now yielding 2.5% or over. […]

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Stitch Fix Jumps After Stifel Says The Stock Is Trading At An Attractive Discount (SFIX)

For investors looking for a discount, now’s the time to buy shares of Stitch Fix, according to analysts who cover the company. Shares of the clothing subscription company gained more than 4% Monday when Stifel Nicolaus upgraded its rating to “buy” from “hold” and maintained its price target of $35. Shares of Stitch Fix have lost more […]

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Cramer: Disney’s Stock ‘Is Just An Annuity Stream’

Following a record-breaking opening weekend for “The Lion King,” CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Disney’s stock is an insurance play for investors.“Disney is just an annuity stream,” Cramer said Monday on “Squawk on the Street.”Disney’s stock has been on a tear this year, climbing nearly 30%, on the back of the company announcing a new streaming […]

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How Ford Will Eat Tesla’s Lunch in the Next Two Years

No automaker has managed to make money manufacturing and selling electric cars yet. In fact, electric-car giant Tesla has been the prime example of what happens when you try to sell a product that’s so expensive to manufacture that you have to price it at below-cost to post unit growth.Tesla sold 245,000 cars in 2018 […]

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When Wall Street Analysts (Seemingly) Get It Right

Something NewFour professors wondered, “Are Analyst Trade Ideas Valuable?” To their pleasure–because null results don’t attract readers–they found the answer to be “Yes.” Wall Street’s stock-trade suggestions have indeed been insightful. Overall, Wall Street’s buy announcements outperformed the norm, by a significant and meaningful amount, while its sell reports trailed by an even larger amount. (The […]

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