Today, I’ll be talking about the U.S.dollar. I think this is very important, so please listen up.
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You've probably seen the Dole sticker on a banana.
Well, you will soon find the Dole stock ticker "DOLE" on the New York Stock Exchange.
But Dole stock, while an instantly recognizable fruit and veggie brand, might not be the buy it seems.
We want to help you make an informed decision before getting hyped on this IPO, so we're going to share a few points from the Dole IPO filing today.
Following its market debut, high buying volume drove Coinbase’s stock price to well over $400 a share and increased its value to over $100 billion.
With that much cash behind it, COIN has become an instant institution that’s moved the timeline forward on the crypto market.
So, what are the investing implications for Bitcoin and its biggest stocks? While the trend is currently down, Chris will show you some charts that’ll make clear just how big of a buying opportunity this is….
The mainstream media’s putting out a lot of bearish commentary lately.
And Shah wants you to ignore it all – indeed, you’ll be richer for it.
Shah likes every single one of the stocks they’re telling you to avoid.
If you don’t own them already, buy them.
If you own them, buy more.
Here’s why Shah’s so bullish on the long term….
On Tuesday, Tesla unveiled its plan to raise $5 billion by selling additional shares – it’s third announcement of this kind this year.
While it’s a smart move, remember that just because a stock is breaking records, it doesn’t mean it’s an automatic buy.
So here’s Andrew’s best piece of advice when it comes to investing in Tesla stock….
We are in the midst of one of the most important earnings seasons to date.
The coronavirus has impacted revenue across the globe, and it isn't over. Now we're getting a glimpse as to how big that impact is.
The pandemic has left 174 million people unemployed worldwide, which has ultimately resulted in $2.1 trillion in lost income. Yet the Nasdaq just hit an all-time high of 11,069.
We don't know which way each stock will go after earnings, but we don't need to…
What we do know is there will be volatility in the coming weeks – and where there's volatility, there's opportunity. There are tons of gains on the table for your taking.
Today, I'm going to show you a strategy that allows you to secure profits no matter what direction stocks move on their earnings reports.
Then I'm going to give five trade recommendations to put this strategy to work now – you want to get into the first one by Thursday… Full Story
The Dow Jones now is taking a dip as the number of COVID-19 cases tops 3.7 million.
Markets have enjoyed rallies in recent trading sessions from biotech stocks that are working on vaccines.
Meanwhile, value stocks are getting attention from institutions.
The Dow Jones today is off after the Department of Labor reported weaker-than-expected job data in the weekly benefits report.
Weekly jobless claims came in at 1.3 million for the week, slightly higher than the consensus forecast of 1.25 million.
Coronavirus cases have topped 13.2 million cases worldwide.
The Dow Jones popped this morning after a massive quarter from Goldman Sachs Group (NYSE: GS).
Investors largely ignored yet another record number of new COVID-19 cases and instead turned their attention to the busy slate of earnings reports across the U.S. market.
Over the weekend, Goldman Sachs released a note revealing that it's betting against the U.S. dollar, anticipating that even more investors will rush into the stock market as the U.S. economy reopens.
Plus, the Fed and Congress' massive effort to provide liquidity to the economy has dramatically expanded the central bank's balance sheet and sent U.S. debt levels to sky-high levels.
In fact, by the end of this crisis, the Fed's balance sheet could easily top $10 trillion.
In addition, the threat of another wave of coronavirus and increasing unrest across America could reduce the dollar's status as the world's reserve currency.
There are other threats that continue to creep in, just under the radar.