What's Next for the Honda Stock Price After New $4.5 Million Venture

The Honda stock price slightly climbed after the company announced it received certification for its aviation project, HondaJet.

After nearly thirty years of development, the HondaJet will start being delivered in late 2015 or early 2016.

This news was surprising for a lot of shareholders, and investors want to know if this is a smart move for Honda or if it will turn into a giant money pit. Find out here...


Why the GM Stock Price Rally Won't Continue in 2016

The GM stock price climbed 0.6% to $35.66 Thursday as the Detroit automaker prepares to sell its first Chinese-built car in the United States. The GM stock price has now climbed 19.2% in the last three months.

But the GM stock rally won't continue in 2016...


Why the KMI Stock Price Will Keep Falling in 2016

The KMI stock price hit an all-time low of $15.73 a share on Tuesday.

The plunge came after the firm shocked Wall Street with a surprise announcement.

While some investors may see this as an opportunity to buy in at a discount, there's one reason why the KMI stock price will keep falling in 2016...


Why the Volkswagen Stock Price Rally Won't Last in 2016

The Volkswagen stock price climbed more than 6.5% today, and it's now up more than 36% from its 52-week low of $22.71.

But don't expect the Volkswagen AG (OTCMKTS ADR: VLKAY) stock price rally to continue in 2016.

Here's why the Volkswagen stock price is up today, and why the rally will be short-lived...

Trading Strategies

How to Use Breakouts to Plan Successful Options Trades

Stocks often trade between support and resistance for sustained periods of time. When this happens, the underlying is said to be in a channel.

Channels are helpful tools for planning options trades because they allow you to predict how a stock will behave and pick your options accordingly.

While channels can and do last for weeks and months at a time, all assets will eventually break out of a given channel.

But how do you know when an underlying is about to break out? And - more importantly - how can you profit? Let me show you...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Moving Today with Oil Prices at 7-Year Lows

Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average today (Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015) are up 21 points as oil prices rose on speculation that crude inventories declined.

Oil prices remain strained as concerns about oversupply increase following a meeting among members of OPEC. The global oil cartel recently chose to continue pumping oil at high volumes in order to protect market share.

Here's what else investors need to know about the Dow Jones Industrial Average today...


Why Is Trump Popular? Here Are the Five Biggest Reasons…

Why is Trump popular? What makes the GOP presidential front-runner and billionaire tycoon so irresistible? Well, he embodies the "American Dream," for one.

That, and he has a host of other qualities that U.S. voters have been waiting to see in a presidential candidate for ages.

Here's a look at why Trump's so popular, including a sneak peek at the states that Google the real estate mogul's name the most...


How to Play the Climbing Netflix Stock Price in 2016

The Netflix stock price hit a record high of $133.27 on heavy volume Monday, and the stock has now climbed more than 160% in 2015.

However, shares pulled back slightly this morning (Tuesday) after the company said its plans to expand internationally have been difficult because of the "politics" surrounding how media content is licensed internationally.

Here's how to handle the stock as we head into 2016...


Carl Icahn Stocks: Why the Billionaire Just Added to These Positions

Carl Icahn stocks are back in focus today after the activist investor announced several major new purchases.

Icahn announced a plan to purchase the auto-parts company Pep Boys-Manny Moe and Jack (NYSE: PBY) today for $837 million.

But that's not the only move he's making. Here are the latest Carl Icahn stocks...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Down Today as Oil Prices Tank

Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average today (Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015) showed a decline of 158 points as concerns about falling energy prices rattled investors in both Asia and Europe.

On Monday, the Dow Jones fell 117 points after oil prices fell to six-year lows as concerns about oversupply rattled trader sentiment. Shares of Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM) and Chevron Corp.(NYSE: CVX) were both off roughly 2.6% and were the biggest drags on the Dow Jones.

Here's everything else investors need to know today...