Aurora Cannabis’ (ACB) is receiving a lot of flak from analysts and investors. This happened after its disappointing first-quarter performance.
While the media caters to Millennial preferences, there’s one economic sector that’s shifting to a more seasoned crowd: healthcare stocks.
Last week, Duquesne Family Office, managed by Stanley Druckenmiller, filed its Q3 13F with the SEC. We'll look at the fund's top holdings, buys, and sells.
Several prominent law firms have launched investigations into ACB and CGC for potentially violating federal securities law.
In Q3, billionaire investor Leon Cooperman's top five holdings were Fiserv, Alphabet, United Continental, Chimera Investment, and Cigna.
On November 18, Aurora Cannabis (ACB) closed at 3 Canadian dollars on the TSX, a 16.43% drop and the third-worst trading day for it in three years.
According to Gartner’s research published in April 2019, the estimated share of the cloud business segment could cross $300 billion by 2022.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) (DIA) seems to be touching new highs despite pessimism related to progress in trade talks.
In the third quarter, David Tepper's Appaloosa included three new stocks, exited five securities, and increased its stake in the existing eight stocks.