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Buy These Shares… Before Google Does
Editor's Note: We're giving you special access to Bill's Private Briefing because he and Michael have spotted a rare opportunity in the robotics and M&A niche. Readers have the chance to get into this company before Google does – and sends the price doubling. Here's Bill…
As I've mentioned many times in Private Briefing, resident technology expert Michael Robinson and I talk by telephone at least once every day – and often two or three times.
On more than one occasion, in fact, Michael has joked that we could save a lot of time if we were capable of the "Vulcan Mind Meld" technique that Mr. Spock regularly used in the classic sci-fi TV show Star Trek.
But because we do talk so frequently, I have to confess that Michael surprised me in late December: When I was interviewing our gurus to get their top stock picks for the New Year, Michael recommended a stock that we hadn't previously talked about.
But I'm really glad he did… Full Story
What Jos. A. Bank Acquisition Means for Men's Wearhouse (NYSE: MW) Stock
Shares of both The Men's Wearhouse Inc. (NYSE: MW) and Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. (Nasdaq: JOSB) reached all-time highs today (Tuesday) following news that Men's Wearhouse will acquire Jos. A. Bank for $1.8 billion.
MW stock traded as high as $58.80 today, while JOSB stock touched $64.63.what the deal means for MW stock...
Hot Stocks to Watch Today
Investors remained guarded Tuesday while reflecting on Wall Street's now 5-year-old rally, soft economic data out of Asia, and mounting tensions in Ukraine.
After a quiet Monday, which saw just 6 million shares change hands (the third lowest-volume day of the year) and left all three benchmarks modestly lower, Tuesday's session was much the same.To continue reading, please click here...
Amazon Stock (Nasdaq: AMZN) Is About to Get a Lot of Play from Gaming
Today (Tuesday), reports are amassing that über-innovative online retailer Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) is not so secretly on a hiring spree to recruit gaming industry heavyweights, fresh off its February acquisition of Double Helix Games.
We're projecting huge growth for Amazon in 2014, and the gaming push will be a big part of it – expect a gaming console to compete with the likes of Sony (NYSE: SNE), Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), and Nintendo (OTCMKTS: NTDOY); original games to go with it; and a set-top box to all hit the market this year.To continue reading, please click here...
Top 10 Penny Stocks 2014: Profits of More Than 850%
The top 10 penny stocks of 2014 have seen tremendous gains, one as high as 877%.
That's exactly why some investors are so enamored with penny stocks – they have the potential to transform portfolios in a very short period of time.
While some of the top penny stocks this year are related to the marijuana industry recently legalized in some U.S. states, numerous fields are represented on the list.
Here are some of the best penny stocks of 2014, and they've all posted gains of at least 150%…To continue reading, please click here...
Carl Icahn-eBay (Nasdaq: EBAY) Fight Keeps Getting Nastier
On the same day eBay rejected two of Icahn's nominees for its board, the billionaire activist investor fired off another open letter to the company's stockholders berating Chief Executive Officer John J. Donahoe's handling of the Skype deal.whole new level...
How to Play the Surging Uranium Bull
Back in November we took a close look at the uranium market.
That's because the end of a 20-year milestone agreement was fast approaching…
Three Charts That Show How Dodd-Frank Is Killing Small Banks
The Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 was hailed by its advocates as the regulatory answer to the excesses of the Big Banks that led to the financial crisis.
But just about the only thing Dodd-Frank has accomplished is the slow destruction of small community banks.To continue reading, please click here...
February Jobs Report: More Job Seekers, Still Too Few Jobs
Following two months of dismal growth, the February jobs report suggests an improving labor landscape. But despite the numbers, the employment picture remains cloudy at best.
The Labor Department reported today (Friday) that employers added 175,000 jobs last month, beating expectations of 150,000. Yet the February figure is still well below the 280,000 jobs created in the same month a year ago.To continue reading, please click here...