Markets react immediately and in anticipation of FOMC announcements and minute releases.
Today, I’ll outline for you a simple framework that you can apply in any market scenario to understand what’s going on and decide whether to hold on for the ride or sit on the sidelines.
The value proposition of GME starts (and ends) with the premise that gamers seek salvage value from their games, particularly those shiny new $60 ones.
BlackRock Chairman and CEO Larry Fink explains why, if he were starting his career today, he would try his luck in Mexico.
Another long-term shareholder, Longview Asset Management, supported JANA’s view.
Most of the time, we like to think that more is more. More friends, more vacations to beautiful places, more time in the day. In situations like these, it’s usually better to have more than less. But sometimes, less is more.
The U.S. ETF landscape continues to grow, investors have a vast selection of products to choose from, but not all ETFs are created equal.
A recent report from the Federal Reserve reveals a disconnect in global bond supply and demand, which partially explains why interest rates have fallen so far in 2014.
It’s hard not to see some disconnect between recent disturbing world news headlines and the market’s quiet advance.
In their latest meeting, the Fed increased its projections for the federal funds rate in 2015 and 2016 while trimming their outlook for the long-term.
So far, 2014 has been the year of the falling stocks in Japan. But according to Russ, Japan still stands out as one of the few potential bargains in the developed world.
For much of 2014, equities advanced despite disturbing world news headlines. However, that changed last week because there is a clear link between the events in Iraq and the global economy: energy prices.
Relational Investors LLC was co-founded by Ralph Whitworth and David Batchelder. It filed a 13D with the SEC last week and said it acquired 11.5 million shares, or an 8.52% stake, in Manitowoc (MTW)
JANA was instrumental in driving the spin-off of OIS’s accommodations business by taking an activist position in the company in April last year.
The company’s reportable first quarter portfolio totaled $2.20 billion— down from $ 2.59 billion in the 4Q13.
If you followed closely, you weren’t so surprised that the taper continued at the same pace. Your main surprise was the Fed’s updated projections.
Nordic American Offshore, which was spun-off from Nordic American Tankers (NAT) in November last year, started trading on the New York Stock Exchange (or NYSE) earlier this month.
In April, home prices were flat on a month-over-month basis, and they’re up 5.9% year-over-year. Prices are now approaching their previous peak levels.
The size of the fund’s 1Q14 portfolio was slightly increased to $6.17 billion from $5.6 billion in 4Q13.
Apple is late to the market of wearable devices, where Samsung and Google have already released their products. It will be interesting to see what innovations Apple will bring to this space.