There’s no beating around the bush here: Intel is the most advanced semiconductor manufacturer on the planet. The company believes its leading-edge capacity is its single greatest asset it can leverage against the competition. In the coming years, process nodes and transistors will continue shrinking, and investors are hoping that Intel’s cutting-edge technology will let it gain considerable traction against ARM Holdings designs…
EOG Resources (EOG): “… Go to the supermajor-to-be.”
Boeing (BA): “It is not done. The next stop is $100.”
Disney (DIS): “The stock was down today…
It’s all being driven by the huge currency devaluation being directed by the Bank of Japan.
Kathy Matsui, chief Japan strategist at Goldman, stated in a CNBC interview that this is the most credible effort to date to end the devaluation spiral Japan has been in since the ‘90s…
officer of WisdomTree Investments Inc., discusses his company’s
growth and first-quarter earnings. Bloomberg Radio’s Catherine
Cowdery reports on Exchange Traded Funds.
Easy-money programs from the world's central banks and a recovering global economy could push stocks and other assets higher. So why is the comparison to 2006 relevant?
September 2006 was two years before the collapse of Lehman Brothers and a 28% drop in the markets in the span of less than a month…
Bigger-picture: Not really.
Trading on “seasonality” is just another flavor of market timing. And market timing has a poor track record.
In Barron’s recently, Mark Hulbert asked: “So, How Did the Market Timers Do?” The answer was “badly…