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Analysis Topic: Companies Analysis

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Companies

Wednesday, April 03, 2019

“Safe” Stocks Are No Longer Safe in the Age of Disruption - Amazon Example / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride

Imagine losing 20% of your nest egg in the market.

For many folks it’s just gut-wrenching. So investors often pay giant premiums to buy stocks they believe are “safe.”

You probably know that fast-growing stocks in exciting industries may be pricey. But boring, slow-growing stocks are often expensive, too—if they’re perceived as safe.

And while you might not realize it, there’s a good chance you’re paying through the nose to keep your money safe.

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Companies

Wednesday, April 03, 2019

Avoid This Dividend Trap That Can Cut Your Portfolio in Half / Companies / Dividends

By: John_Mauldin

By Robert Ross : In its last meeting, the Fed made it clear it would keep interests rates low for a while.

That’s good news for dividend investors.

You see, when interest rates are low, so are government bond yields.

That forces income investors to look for higher yields elsewhere. And history shows that many will flock into dividend stocks.

But in the search for higher yields, many investors fall prey to what I call the “dividend trap.”

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Companies

Tuesday, April 02, 2019

The 3 Best ETFs to Profit from the Global Slowdown / Companies / Investing 2019

By: John_Mauldin

By Robert Ross : “We haven’t seen our sales drop this quickly since 2008.”

That’s a quote from a top sales and marketing executive at one of the largest companies in the world. I met her a couple of months ago in Argentina.

I can’t share the company name, but every one of you has bought one of their products.

Their outlook for sales is rough. In fact, she told me that they are seeing a major slowdown globally. And the economy is slowing rapidly.

This company is a perfect barometer for economic health. But you don’t have to have my contact’s word for it.

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Companies

Monday, April 01, 2019

How to Invest in Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Profit from the Machine Intelligence Mega-trend / Companies / AI

By: Nadeem_Walayat

This is my latest analysis in my machine intelligence investing mega-trend series that warns to prepare for EVERYTHING to change EXPONENTIALLY when cutting edge machine intelligence surpasses average human intelligence following which it will be off to the races. When the pace of change will leave everything that has happened before far behind. And in my opinion that key date will occur sometime during 2022, i.e. in less than 4 years time! Which means if you have not already got your act together by getting onboard this investing gravy train then you really need to take action or kick yourself many years down the road, when you will be asking yourself why I did not invest in those AI stocks before they went stratospheric!

If you've not already done so then watch my following video from November 2016 which illustrates why everything will start to change exponentially by 2022.

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Companies

Friday, March 29, 2019

This Formula Will Help You Avoid Dividend Cutters Like Kraft Heinz / Companies / Dividends

By: John_Mauldin

By Robert Ross

Think blue-chip dividend stocks are safe?

You better watch out. Buying iconic “tried-and-true” stocks might give you a false sense of security.

Take a look at Kraft Heinz.

The iconic brand lost 30% of its value in one day:

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Companies

Friday, March 29, 2019

What “Coca-Cola Millionaires” Can Teach You About Stock Investing / Companies / Investing 2019

By: John_Mauldin

By Robert Ross : I bet you’ve never heard of Pat Munroe.

And unless you’re from the Florida Panhandle, I imagine you haven’t heard of Quincy, Florida, either.

But the two can teach us a lot about investing.

See, in the early 1920s, Munroe was a banker in Quincy.

One thing he noticed was no matter how hard the times, people always had money to buy a Coca-Cola.

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Companies

Thursday, March 28, 2019

The World's Largest Oil Company And Petrochemical Company Merge / Companies / Oil Companies

By: OilPrice_Com

The long awaited Saudi Aramco acquisition of Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) is finally here.

With a statement to the press, Aramco CEO Amin Nasser reported that Aramco has acquired a 70 percent stake in SABIC, with an estimated value of $69.1 billion. Aramco's CEO Nasser reiterated that the “deal is a major step in accelerating Saudi Aramco's transformative downstream growth strategy”.

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Companies

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Planning to Start a Small-Scale Manufacturing Business? Don't Proceed Without Reading These 5 Tips / Companies / SME

By: Steve_Marks

Entering a new business is scary. Not only will you have to learn the ropes of something that’s completely unfamiliar to you, there’s always the risk of things not panning out the way you had planned. But such is the world of business; while there are no guarantees (nor are there in life in general), there’s a way to minimize the risk. Implement the following 5 things you’re about to learn, and you’ll be at least one step closer to success:

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Companies

Thursday, March 28, 2019

US Military Power Depends on This Fastest-Growing Defense Stock / Companies / US Military

By: Stephen_McBride

You’ve likely seen kids playing with toy drones at the local park…

The US military also employs drones, but they are different animals. They can glide through the sky at 300 miles/hour, carry 4,000 lbs. of bombs, and cost up to $17 million apiece.

American military power relies on drones these days. In fact, the US Air Force now recruits more drone pilots than actual pilots!

And one little company makes the “brains” of these important machines.

It’s growing faster than any military stock I’ve ever seen. And it’s set to soar as it wins billions of dollars in defense contracts over the next few years.

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Companies

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

British Car Maker Aston Martin License to Thrill No More / Companies / Auto Sector

By: EWI

By Murray Gunn

The luxury British car maker Aston Martin has learned a hard lesson; namely, diamonds may be forever, but the market for $400,000 cars is not. A February 28 Guardian article confirms that since going public on the London Stock Exchange last October, Aston Martin's shares have plummeted 40% amidst billions of dollars in losses. To be fair, some of the loss can be attributed to the company's IPO costs, but we believe that where there's smoke, there's fire. The IPO, in and of itself, is a splendid signal that the credit cycle, and the positive social mood which fueled a massive expansion of credit and rising stock values, is undergoing a bearish shift. A fall in Aston Martin's fortunes equally represents a fall out of favor of one of the most recognizable bull market icons -- Bond, James Bond.

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Companies

Friday, March 15, 2019

Setting up a Business Just Got Easier / Companies / SME

By: Submissions

There are a lot of things that you need to make sure you think about when it comes to running a business. Modern businesses are becoming more common, and it is something that you need to make sure you get right when you are looking for the right career path for you. This is something that you need to look at if you decide you want to start a business.

Launching a startup is something that has become a lot more accessible these days. There are so many things that you can do to make sure you have the best and most successful modern business. This is something that you need to make sure you think carefully about moving forward. Here are some of the best ideas for setting up a business from home right now.

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Companies

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Why Walmart Will Crush Amazon / Companies / Retail Sector

By: John_Mauldin

By Robert Ross : Last week, Amazon announced that it would launch its own grocery chain.

This is Amazon’s second big leap into groceries. In 2017, the company bought grocery chain Whole Foods for $13.7 billion.

All of this prompted a number of speculations about Amazon’s move into “offline” retail.

While Whole Foods gave Amazon access to 479 physical stores, the company, in effect, has little interest in the brick-and-mortar presence.

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Companies

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Boeing (BA): Forming the Biggest Peak Since 2003 lows / Companies / Company Chart Analysis

By: ElliottWaveForecast

The Stock is trading within a very technical area and it is showing a very clear 5 waves advance Elliott wave structure from its 2013 lows. When a 5 waves structure can be seen we always should be careful and pay attention to the direction of the 5 waves. Accordingly, to the Elliott Wave Theory after a 5 waves move there should be a pullback in 3 waves coming soon. The Boeing Company has been in the news lately because of an unfortunate accident related to their top-selling Aircraft which is the 737 MAX 8 jet. An Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed on Sunday only five months after the Lion Air Boeing crash in Indonesia killing 189 people.

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Companies

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Save Fintech? Ban Short Selling. It's Not That Simple / Companies / Company Chart Analysis

By: EWI

By Murray Gunn and Brian Whitmer

The pinhole puncture in the global "Fintech" bubble keeps growing, despite drastic attempts to seal it shut. The most recent and radical attempt occurred on February 18, when BaFin, Germany's financial regulator, issued a temporary short-selling ban in Wirecard after its shares plunged 40% in less than three weeks. Wrote one news source, "Germany bans speculative attacks on Wirecard stock", as if those shorting the market were wielding pitch forks and lobbing actual threats against the stock's upside.

Incredibly, vilifying short sellers is as old as the market itself. The first short-selling ban occurred in 1610, after the Dutch East India Company crashed. Notorious short-seller Isaac Le Maire was barred from the market, leaving Amsterdam a pariah. In the 1790s, Napoleon Bonaparte charged short sellers with treason during the financial chaos of the French Revolution.

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Companies

Friday, March 08, 2019

Elliott Wave Analysis of YY Inc (YY) / Companies / Company Chart Analysis

By: WavePatternTraders

The recent rally from the lows made in December 2018 appears to be in 3 waves, so I suspected it a 4th wave as part of either idea, at this stage, I would still expect to see a new low based on both of the ideas. The difference is that one idea will end an impulse wave (5 wave decline)  and complete the decline from the highs made in Jan 2018. The other idea would still see a bounce, however a new low thereafter would be favored.

I can see the pros and cons for both ideas, but I would turn more bullish from a new low as even the less bullish idea (idea 2) would imply a rally again for wave [4]. So it would present a bullish opportunity below the lows made in December around $54.00 - 49.00.
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Companies

Friday, March 08, 2019

Consumer Behavior: What you need to know to read your Audience / Companies / Retail Sector

By: Submissions

Studying consumer behavior is like learning to read minds. You will find out how your customers think, feel, and, most importantly, choose which products and services they will buy. A competitive advantage that allows you to create irresistible offers for your target market, precisely because you, more than your competitors, understand what your customers want, and need, without them having to express their desire in an objective way.

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Companies

Thursday, March 07, 2019

The Importance of Financial Planning for Companies / Companies / SME

By: Submissions

Planning is critical in any department of a business, from creating the products and services to after-sales, but financial planning is crucial to the survival of the business. Even companies with positive cash can fail if their managers do not know how to apply their resources. Research, development, taxes, expansion: everything has a cost and financial planning is an alternative to point the best way.

In fact, financial planning establishes the way in which goals can be achieved. Maintaining financial control is of paramount importance to any business and should be done every year. The ideal one is to do annually with follow-up reviews of periodic results, but if you do not have it and want to do it, the ideal, in that case, is to start as soon as possible.

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Companies

Monday, March 04, 2019

Industrial ETF XLI Set to Make New All-Time Highs / Companies / Company Chart Analysis

By: ElliottWaveForecast

XLI Set to Make New Highs

The Industrial Sector ETF, XLI, is set to make new all-time highs above the January 2018 high at 80.96. From 80.96 Elliott wave analysis suggests XLI corrected lower on the daily chart in 7 swings to the 12/26/2018 low of 59.92. Within the final 3 waves of y (red label) we see a near perfect measurement of equality amongst the subwaves. From the red x high of 80.41 on 9/20/2018 the ETF dropped lower in 3 swings into the blue box range producing a reaction higher. We are labeling the 59.92 low as wave (IV) suggesting wave (V) of ((III)) is now progressing above 80.96. The Blue Box highlighted below in the daily chart are measured areas with a high probability of reaction in the next projected direction. Learn about this proprietary system here.

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Companies

Monday, March 04, 2019

How Online Gambling Stimulates Digital Payment Market Growth / Companies / Online Gambling

By: Submissions

These days, online casino sites really go the extra mile offering their customers as many perks and bonuses as possible to make their e-gaming experience fun and smooth. There are hundreds of top of the line ewallet casinos that give their players a possibility to deposit their funds and withdraw their winnings through safe, secure and reliable digital wallets.

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Companies

Monday, March 04, 2019

Union Pacific Railroad (NYSE:UNP) – Bullish Sequence Calling Higher / Companies / Company Chart Analysis

By: ElliottWaveForecast

Union Pacific Railroad (NYSE:UNP) is a publicly-traded railroad holding company that was established in 1969. Last year, revenues grew to $22.8 billion, while earnings was up in mid-single-digits to $10.8 billion. Revenue growth was led by strong gains in Intermodal, amid capacity constraints in the trucking industry and a higher industrial production for commodities shipments.

Union Pacific’s year on year earnings growth rate has been positive over the past 5 years and it outperformed the Transportation industry. Its earnings are expected to grow by 7.1% yearly and revenue is expected to grow by 4% yearly.

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