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Analysis Topic: Companies Analysis

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Companies

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

FANG vs. BANG Stocks: Which is the Better Bet? / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: EWI

Dear Investor,

A recent MarketWatch article encouraged traders to "Forget Facebook and Apple and buy cheap BANG stocks." You may be wondering if that's really a good strategy.

Our friends at Elliott Wave International asked their Senior Metals Analyst, Tom Denham, for his take.

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Companies

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Tec Stocks Sector Set For A Rebound? / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Chris_Vermeulen

There has been quite a bit of chatter about the FANG stocks recently.  In fact, the entire Technology Sector has taken a beating over the past 30+ days.  Our research team, at Technical Traders Ltd., believes the Technology sector is setting up for a 15%+ price rebound from these recent lows and we want to alert our followers to be prepared for this move.

Let’s start by taking a look at a 1 Month S&P Heat Map showing just how distressed certain sectors are in terms of price valuations.  The Brighter Red highlighted symbols represent a price decrease of at least -6.7% to well above -10% over the past 30 days.  It is pretty easy to see the entire Technology, Technology Services, Financial, and Consumer Goods sectors are all under some pricing pressure.  What interests us is we call the “capital shift” that has been taking place over the past 4+ years.

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Companies

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Important Elements of a Viral Landing Page / Companies / SME

By: Sumeet_Manhas

Landing pages are the webpages on your site that a user “lands in” when they click on a call to action from an external site or another page from your site. From a marketer’s perspective, these are pages that are part of your website’s marketing campaigns and whose purpose is to generate leads.

The power of a good landing page is overlooked. Many potential consumers who are only visiting your website for the first time do not have the time to ripple all your website’s pages in search of the product you are offering or your contact information so they can reach you. There are numerous alternatives out there and, at this stage, you are all equals with your competitors. By making your landing page inviting and easy to maneuver, you’re giving your visitor zero reasons to consider going back for other alternatives.

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Companies

Tuesday, October 09, 2018

Construction Companies to Watch For in 2019 / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: Dylan_Moran

Build, build, build. The construction industry can help drive the economy of a certain nation, a collective of countries, and the world for that matter.

The construction sector is important because it generates jobs that spill over to other aspects such as spending, according to Dr. Sitsabo Dlamini in his graduate paper for the University of Reading. In Europe alone, the industry accounts for 9% of the whole region’s economy and generates 18 million jobs according to the European Commission (EC).

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Companies

Sunday, October 07, 2018

Impact of FOBT Regulation: Online Gaming Shares / Companies / Gambling

By: Submissions

Fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) have become a hot topic for UK gaming operators over the last two years. Following protests by anti-gambling advocates, the government initiated a full review of the betting shop gaming machines at the end of 2017. At the heart of the debate was the amount players were able to bet. Under the regulations at the time, players could wager a maximum of £100 per round.

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Companies

Saturday, October 06, 2018

Strict Gambling Rules: Casino Brands that Get Penalised by UKGC / Companies / Gambling

By: Submissions

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has a strict set of rules when it comes to protecting consumers from the irresponsible advertising, misleading promotions by the gambling firms. It governs the online casinos of the country and has the authority to impose fines for those that didn’t comply with the rules. Many operators have been penalised over the past few years. Here are some online casino operators punished by UKGC and few tips on how to avoid the penalties.

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Companies

Thursday, October 04, 2018

Boeing (BA) Stock Elliott Wave Analysis / Companies / Company Chart Analysis

By: WavePatternTraders

Readers may be aware than Boeing (BA) is the biggest stock in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), so it makes sense to watch the biggest weighted stock to find an edge to the next likely direction of  the DJIA.

The recent gyrations on Boeing appear to suggest thrust from a triangle, for Elliott wave users, that’s a key pattern as the look from the 2016 lows, appears to suggest an impulse wave is developing. So the triangle is a 4th wave of an impulse wave, the current spike is that of a 5th wave. However there are a couple of ways to label the current advance, so unless a strong reversal back below $372.64, then I would at least respect the potential for further upside as it may still be in wave 3 of the larger wave [5].

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Companies

Wednesday, October 03, 2018

This Stocks Sector Is Like Buying Apple or Microsoft in 2002 / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride

From 1996–2000, the Nasdaq shot up 380%.

Investors got rich and partied. The party stopped when the bubble popped and the Nasdaq cratered over 80%, wiping out millions of retirement accounts:

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Companies

Monday, October 01, 2018

Why Gambling on Gambling Stocks is Really Just Like Gambling / Companies / Gambling

By: Submissions

There’s been plenty of chatter around gambling stocks in the wake of the news that the US is allowing states to legislate on sports betting, rather than it continuing to be illegal at the federal level. Stocks in some of our most famous sports betting houses such as William Hill and Paddy Power Betfair had strong gains, simply off the back of this revelatory news that was announced across the other side of the globe.

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Companies

Saturday, September 29, 2018

The Potential Market for Online Gambling / Companies / Gambling

By: Submissions

The first few online gambling sites turned up right around the time the internet was going mainstream. It’s an industry that’s been around for decades, and has grown tremendously in different parts of the world in recent years.

According to recent estimates from Juniper Research, the global market for online gambling could get seriously interesting in the near future. Last year, it was worth $620 billion, with British names like William Hill PLC, Playtech PLC, and Paddy Power Betfair PLC dominating the list. This year, the market has grown by over 13%, reaching $700 billion. If the current trend continues, Juniper believes the market could see more than 684 million companies in a market worth $1 trillion by 2022.

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Companies

Friday, September 28, 2018

One Stock to Buy for the Next 5 Years, Nvidia—Here’s Why / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride

If I could only buy one stock for the next five years… it would be Nvidia (NVDA).

Take a look at its 720% surge since 2016:

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Companies

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

America’s Fastest-Growing Stocks Have This One Thing in Common / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Stephen_McBride

I call them “autopilot stocks”.

Do you know many of America’s fastest-growing businesses are built on one key principle?

I’m talking about disruptors like Amazon (AMZN). Thirteen years ago, it launched its Prime delivery service. Today, there are nearly as many Prime subscribers as there are full-time workers in America.

Or the recently IPO’d Spotify (SPOT). Eighty-five million people listen to music on its innovative app.

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Companies

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

5 Weirdly Lucrative Businesses / Companies / SME

By: Dylan_Moran

Nobody doubts that CEOs make a lot of money but most would imagine that companies dedicated to luxury are the ones that make the biggest profits. However, it seems that this is not entirely true, as many businesses that net a high gain are not really what you would describe as glamorous. Let's take a look at five businesses that make their owners rich despite their weird nature.

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Companies

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

5 Problems All Restaurant Owners Will Face / Companies / Sector Analysis

By: Dylan_Moran

Owning a restaurant is a common dream for millions of people—but it’s also a dangerous one due to the simple fact that owning your own restaurant is complicated, expensive, and incredibly risky. It is a fact that about 80% of restaurants will not last more than 5 years, costing their owners hundreds of thousands—if not millions—of dollars in debt.

 Let’s take a closer look at 5 common problems that all restaurant owners will face in order to give you a more realistic idea of what it takes to own your own restaurant business.
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Companies

Friday, September 21, 2018

How Can New Companies Succeed in the Overcrowded Online Gambling Market? / Companies / Gambling

By: .....

  • In a hugely competitive marketplace, new companies find it difficult to find their niche
  • Exclusivity and quality website designs has become the go-to for new online casinos
  • Targeting certain demographics can help new companies stand out and achieve success
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Companies

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Are Technology and FANG Stocks Bottoming? / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: Chris_Vermeulen

Recent downside pricing pressure on Technology and FANG stocks have kept investors wary of jumping back into the market while we wait to see where the bottom may form.  Concerns about long-term pricing pressures, US trade wars and the continued Congressional testimony regarding privacy and censorship issues have kept social media technology stocks in a negative perspective.  The only aspect of this pricing pullback that is positive is that these stocks will, at some point, find a price bottom and attempt to rally as investors rush back into their favorites attempting to ride the run higher.

Our researchers believe the current price levels could be a prime example of a short-term bottom setting up in certain technology stocks.  Both Apple and Amazon are two of the biggest and most actively traded stocks on the US Stock exchange.  They differ from many of the other FANG stocks because these companies actually produce and sell consumer products & services that are, in many ways, essential to conducting commerce and trade.

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Companies

Monday, September 17, 2018

The Apple Story - Trump Tariffs Penalize US Multinationals / Companies / Apple

By: Dan_Steinbock

US Taxation Fails Americans
Trump tariffs are based on flawed pre-global doctrines, which penalize US multinationals, as evidenced by Apple. It is not China that fails Americans, but US taxation, as evidenced by Apple.

In the pre-1914 era and during the protectionist interwar period, global economic integration declined drastically. As major corporations competed largely in home markets, their value activities were mainly domestic. Following World War II, the US-led Bretton Woods system ensured a greater degree of internationalization – including systemic US trade deficits since 1971, decades before deficits with China.
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Companies

Monday, September 17, 2018

Why Is Apple Giving This Tiny Stock A $900 Million Opportunity? / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: OilPrice_Com

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Companies

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Elliott Wave Analysis of Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: WavePatternTraders

There have been a lot of mentions about this stock on social media and in the media in general such as CNBC etc. I am not surprised as it’s been on a mission the last few weeks; however the recent peak could well have put in a significant peak, especially considering the media attention this stock has got recently.

Whenever a stock or market gets highlighted, it’s generally very close to a turn and usually close to high or low; in this case I can make a solid claim that there are enough gyrations to suggest the advance from the April 2018 lows has ended an impulse wave (5 wave rally).
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Companies

Friday, September 14, 2018

Growing Number of Small Businesses Opening – and Closing – In the UK / Companies / SME

By: Anwar_Hossain

Last year, the Financial Times reported a record number of new start ups in the UK. It is a beacon of light in what have otherwise been difficult economic times over recent years, ones that will only get tougher as Brexit looms closer. However, there are two sides to every coin, and while the number of new businesses is nothing less than laudable, there is also the worrying statistic that around 20 percent of them survive less than a year.

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