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Analysis Topic: Companies Analysis

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Companies

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Sernova, Diabetes and Haemophilia / Companies / Healthcare Sector

By: Richard_Mills

Paul Lacey was a researcher at Washington University when, in 1972, he cured some diabetic rats by transplanting the islet cells from healthy rats into diabetic ones.

Over the next two decades researchers made many attempts to apply the procedure to humans. Unfortunately no one was successful. By the early 1990’s most scientists had come to the conclusion that islet-cell transplantation was a lost cause.

Drs. James Shapiro, Jonathan Lakey and colleagues from the University of Alberta in Edmonton were successful at improving the treatment of a select group with severe diabetes through development of the Edmonton protocol in the late 1990s.

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Companies

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Banking Stocks Index - Does Danger Lurk? / Companies / Banking Stocks

By: Marty_Chenard

Does Danger lurk on the Banking Index?

Last week, the Banking Index closed at 67.22 with the C-RSI at a Danger level of +1.59.

The Accelerator had a very small down tick. The Timing Indicator was in negative territory with an up tick that still showed technical upside trending.

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Companies

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

How Hostess Has Adapted Even the Twinkie to a Changing World / Companies / Corporate News

By: Rodney_Johnson

In 2004, Hostess Brands declared bankruptcy. At the time, I wrote that the maker of Twinkies, Ho Hos, and Snoballs was suffering because of demographic trends.

As millennials aged past elementary and middle school, they quit munching on such snacks. With fewer kids in the younger age cohorts, slower Twinkie sales seemed inevitable

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Companies

Saturday, July 09, 2016

Monsanto, Bayer, and the Push for Corporate Cannabis / Companies / Cannabis

By: Ellen_Brown

As detailed in my recent article “The War on Weed is Winding Down,” the health benefits of cannabis are now well established. It is a cheap, natural alternative effective for a broad range of conditions, and the non-psychoactive form known as hemp has thousands of industrial uses. At one time, cannabis was one of the world’s most important crops. There have been no recorded deaths from cannabis overdose in the US, compared to about 30,000 deaths annually from alcohol abuse (not counting auto accidents), and 100,000 deaths annually from prescription drugs taken as directed. Yet cannabis remains a Schedule I controlled substance (“a deadly dangerous drug with no medical use and high potential for abuse”), illegal to be sold or grown in the US.

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Companies

Saturday, July 09, 2016

Deutsche Bank or Dumb Bank? / Companies / Credit Crisis 2016

By: Chris_Vermeulen

Deutsche bank (DBK) shares dropped to fresh new lows with the various news announcements, as well as a feeling that Germany will not be capable of bailing out the bank. The imminent outcome for DBK is ‘bankruptcy’ while the world will have to bear the brunt of the fallout from all of the complicated ‘derivatives’ which are being held by Deutsche Bank.

DBKs’ outstanding ‘derivatives’ exposure is 20x the German GDP and 5x the Eurozone GDP.

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Companies

Friday, July 01, 2016

Italian Banks & Moving The Risk During Crisis / Companies / Credit Crisis 2016

By: Dan_Amerman

Europe is changing by the hour and the day at this point. In this analysis, I'm going to take a quick look at critical events that have happened in Italy in the last day or so, and how they relate to my recent Video Guide To Bail-Ins series. I will be using three current Bloomberg articles that came out in the space of about 7 hours as references.

Italy did a bail-in of four banks at the end of 2015, which inflicted bail-in losses on many individual savers, using the process explained in Video #2 of the series, "Comparison Of Bail-Outs vs Bail-Ins For Banks", linked below.

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Companies

Friday, July 01, 2016

Will PayPal Ever Hit Its Stock Price Target? / Companies / Corporate News

By: Boris_Dzhingarov

Can shares of PayPal, which began trading as an independent company last year after its spinoff from eBay, manage to reach its share price target estimated by analysis at $45 a share? According to comments on Twitter and StockTwits, a financial social media platform from back when PayPal first began trading, many thought that this was certainly possible. Right at the beginning, PayPal shares were closing at around $40, valuing PayPal at $49.4 billion. However, currently, PayPal share prices are valued at $35.08, just under $10 less than their share price target for 2016.

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Companies

Friday, July 01, 2016

Barclays Doesn’t Need More Capital Even With Brexit, Staley Says - Video / Companies / Banking Stocks

By: Bloomberg

Barclays CEO Jes Staley says in a Bloomberg Television interview with Erik Schatzker that the bank didn’t see stress in funding during market volatility.

He says:

- No agreed-upon sales of non-core assets had clauses that would cancel them because of Brexit.

- Stock decline prompted by earnings concerns, not capital or liquidity questions.

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Companies

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Details Behind Semiconductor Stocks Leadership / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Gary_Tanashian

I am prompted to write this article because TA’s are starting to pick up on the Semiconductor index’s bullishness and even the overwhelmingly bearish website, the Daily Reckoning is calling bull on the Semiconductor sector.

These Tech Stocks Are Ready to Lead the Market. Before Buying, Read This…

The author uses only charts to clue readers in to this little secret (Semis led the market down and now they are leading it up) but there is much more to the story, and since it has been our story (for its upside and downside market leadership) since 2013 I’ll lay claim before the whole enchilada opens up and every wise guy with a chart or a stock pick is touting the Semis.

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Companies

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Here’s a Trillion-Dollar Investment Opportunity for Those Few with No Debt / Companies / Credit Cards & Scoring

By: John_Mauldin

BY TONY SAGAMI

Politicians and central bankers throw the word “trillion” around as if it were chump change, but a trillion dollars is a huge mountain of money.

A trillion is equal to a thousand billions (1,000 x 1,000,000,000).

1,000 = one thousand

1,000,000 = one million

1,000,000,000 = one billion

1,000,000,000,000 = one trillion

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Companies

Friday, June 17, 2016

Stock Investors Get Higher Returns and More Dividend Income - In Less Time With Less Risk / Companies / Dividends

By: Charles_Carnevale

Investing in blue-chip dividend growth stocks such as the Dividend Aristocrats or Champions has become very popular with retirees.  This is understandable considering the low interest rate environment we find ourselves in.  Traditional fixed income investments do not currently offer enough yield for the retired investor to live on.  Consequently, current low interest rates, coupled with the possibility of a steadily increasing level of dividend income have made dividend growth stocks a viable and even attractive alternative.

When choosing the appropriate dividend growth stock, many dividend growth investors will rightfully focus on the company’s dividend record and dividend growth more than they will its price history.  However, this can be a detrimental practice if the investor ignores valuation.  Unfortunately, this is not an uncommon practice.  There are many dividend growth investors who will invest in a blue-chip Dividend Aristocrat even when it is overvalued at the time.  Many of these investors argue that since the dividend is what is of paramount importance, being out of a blue-chip will cause them to generate less dividend income.  To these investors, a dividend missed is a dividend lost.

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Companies

Friday, June 10, 2016

Nasdaq Composite Pieces of The Puzzle / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Joseph_VanDerveer

Below is a weekly chart of the Nasdaq or Comp accompanied by 5 pieces of the market puzzle.

Williams %R oscillator is suggesting overbought conditions.
Moving average crossover indicating momentum is slowing.

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Companies

Wednesday, June 08, 2016

Investment in Cell and Gene Therapies Ramps Up / Companies / BioTech

By: TLSReport

After decades of disappointment, cell therapies and gene therapies are finally seeing light at the end of the tunnel. Investors, investigators, clinicians, and patients with serious unmet needs are watching pivotal trials move into the home stretch. Yes. . .pivotal data are actually on the way.

Though the roadblocks that have held back development of cell and gene therapies since the mid-1990s have been expensive in terms of a lingering hangover with depressed valuations, investors are now looking at achievement in terms of meaningful endpoints.

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Companies

Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Detecting Cancer With White and Blue Light / Companies / BioTech

By: Richard_Mills

Endoscopy is often used in the prevention, early detection, diagnosis, staging, and treatment of cancer.

X-rays and CT scans can show physical changes within the body and give information about the size, shape, and location of the changes. Endoscopes show details like color and surface texture allowing doctors to see exactly what’s going on.

If you go to a doctor exhibiting certain symptoms, endoscopy could be used to find the cause:

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Companies

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Market Forecast 2016: Technology a Huge Player / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Boris_Dzhingarov

It is being forecast that 2016 is going to see huge advances in technology and if anyone is looking for a place to invest, technology would be the place to start. Technology is infiltrating every aspect of our lives from the clothes we wear to smart gadgets for home and play, if you can buy it, technology had a hand in producing it. According to the Deloitte group of member firms, the backbone of the digital economy is the technology sector and this is where they forecast the most growth this year and probably every year going forward.

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Companies

Monday, May 16, 2016

Retail Collapse Signals the Economic Recovery is Officially Dead / Companies / Retail Sector

By: Graham_Summers

The “recovery” is over, at least as far as retail is concerned.

The retail ETF (XRT) has taken out its bull market trendline dating back to the 2009 bottom.

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Companies

Monday, May 16, 2016

Double-Digit Yields from Stocks Around the World / Companies / Investing 2016

By: The_Gold_Report

In this bulletin, Adrian Day reviews three companies with strong yields. All three are under some pressure, but equally all are solid companies with very attractive yields.

Ares Capital Corp. (ARCC:NASDAQ) (15.11, 10.1%) is a solid company, the largest of the dividend-paying BDCs. There have been some positive developments in the latest quarter: the Net Asset Value increased, modestly, again; there was improvement in the credit profile of its holdings; and it repurchased $5.5 million of its shares (though earlier in the quarter at lower prices).

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Companies

Friday, May 13, 2016

Financial Institutions Which are Too Big to Fail But Too Big to Jail / Companies / Banksters

By: Gordon_T_Long

You Have Financial Institutions Which are Too Big to Fail But Too Big to Jail, and Frankly, Too Big to Regulate and Too Big to Manage!

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Companies

Friday, May 13, 2016

J.C. Penney Still On Bankruptcy Path / Companies / Retail Sector

By: James_Quinn

I find J.C. Penney to be a sick joke. The executives of this company think they can put out positive press releases and have their financial statements not properly show in the earnings press release to cover up the fact their financial results are deteriorating – not improving. CNBC will dutifully report the corporate lies. Checkout the press release where, for some reason, the financial results don’t format. Must be a glitch. Right?

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Companies

Thursday, May 12, 2016

How Recent Foreign Currency Fluctuations Affected Major Stocks / Companies / Company Chart Analysis

By: Nicholas_Kitonyi

Investors can never shy away from the stock market because of the several benefits that come with investing in income generating assets. However, over the last few quarters, this market has been greatly affected by the non-income generating assets such as commodities and currencies.

Even the most popular stocks have not been spared in this case. Multinational companies listed on major exchanges such as the NYSE, NASDAQ  and the London Stock Exchange have been affected by global currency fluctuations as the USD, the GBP and JPY among other major currencies continue to fluctuate from one reporting quarter to the next.

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