Tesla's (Nasdaq: TSLA) Success in China Reveals a Better Path to Profits
Tesla Motors (Nasdaq: TSLA) stock hit a new high on Aug. 29 thanks to very positive news out of China: The world leader in electric vehicles is set to install 400 charging stations in roughly 120 Chinese cities.
So far this year, TSLA shares are up more than 80%. And its Chinese expansion should propel the stock even further.And this high-octane stock will tack on another 50% over the next couple of years...
Profit from Upcoming IPOs with This One Simple Strategy
Through the month of August, 188 companies have gone public in the United States, with some high-profile stocks like GoPro Inc. (Nasdaq: GPRO) and El Pollo Loco Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: LOCO) posting triple-digit gains in their first several days.
That has investors clamoring for new upcoming IPOs to profit from.But buying into upcoming IPOs can be extremely risky. Fortunately, this one simple strategy will help you maximize profits, while minimizing risk…
Amazon Stock (Nasdaq: AMZN) Gains Support from Huge August Sales
Amazon stock (Nasdaq: AMZN) enjoyed a bump Wednesday after ChannelAdvisor released its August same-store sales (SSS) report. Amazon's at the top of the e-commerce pack, nearly quadrupling the industry average.It's a promising signal that Amazon's fundamentals are healthy and thriving...
Expert: Alibaba IPO Lifted by Massive Shift in Chinese Market
The Alibaba IPO is expected to raise as much as $24.3 billion next week when Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) prices its shares on Thursday, Sept. 18.
Throughout the Alibaba IPO process, Money Morning's Executive Editor Bill Patalon has been following the company and the Chinese market carefully.And now, he's uncovered a major shift in the Chinese e-commerce industry. One that should drive Alibaba and BABA stock for years to come.
Stock Market Futures Down on Underwhelming AAPL Presentation and Interest Rate Fears
Stock market today, Sept. 10, 2014: Stock market futures were down this morning after markets took a nosedive in the final hour of trading yesterday (Tuesday). The slide followed a broad selloff of tech giant Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) and investors heightened cautions over a possible interest rate increase by the Federal Reserve sooner rather than later.Here’s what you should know to make your Wednesday profitable:
Let the "Big Boys" Do the Legwork and Take Bigger Gains for Yourself
Regardless of what the loudmouthed know-it-all in the locker room thinks, retail investors (that's code for you and me) don't have much of an impact on stock prices.
It might be fun to think that buying 100 shares of Apple Inc. is somehow part of some larger force of collective wisdom pushing stock prices higher – but with average liquidity of nearly $5 billion (in AAPL shares) the only players with enough might to make the stock move are the big boys – institutional buyers.
When I say institutional buyers, I'm referring to mutual funds, hedge funds, pension funds, and insurance companies.
It's nearly impossible for a stock to deliver a huge upside run without the deep-pocketed firepower of institutional buying – and that's why it's so important to look for clues indicating they're building positions and scooping shares.
After all, wouldn't you rather go sailing with the wind doing the work rather than paddling back to shore?
I know I sure would. And here's how we can…
Amazon Local Register Faces New Competition in Mobile Payment Wars (Nasdaq: AMZN)
On Tuesday at its gala event, Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) unveiled its mobile payment device, the "Apple Pay." It will compete with Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN), which just launched its own swipe-to-pay device, the "Amazon Local Register," in August, and current market leader Square.Here's a side-by-side comparison of how Local Register, Pay, and Square stack up...
How the Federal Reserve Is Killing America
It's maddening. Our economy is stagnating. The divide between haves and have-nots is widening every day. There are fewer and fewer good jobs and careers to be had. What the heck happened?
The U.S. Federal Reserve System is killing America. It has destroyed the economy. It has undermined savers and retirees. It is even responsible for the corruption in Congress.We have to kill the Fed before it kills America for good.
Stock Market Crash 2014: George Soros Tips His Hand
Hedge fund filings for the second quarter show a spike in defensive positions, which many have interpreted as a sign that professional investors like George Soros are preparing for a stock market crash.
And yet these hedge fund managers don't seem to be bailing on stocks altogether. Some even increased their long positions.
But if you dig a little deeper it becomes clear exactly what Soros and his fellow hedge fund managers are up to – and it makes perfect sense.Here's why you should follow their lead on this...