Garrett Baldwin breaks down the likely impact of recent earnings reports on the retail sector and points investors toward the best stocks to watch.
Today, I’ll be talking about the U.S.dollar. I think this is very important, so please listen up.
Today, a dollar doesn’t pack the same value it did ten years ago.That’s because of inflation.And as you might have noticed, nowadays it's getting out of hand.The Labor Department's latest numbers show the consumer price index rising 7.5% in January, the highest reading in 40 years.
One EVgo stock price prediction for 2022 shows a 97% target.Here's why EVgo stock is different from other EV chargers and how it could double your money.
Michael A. Robinson says it’s time to buy more Nvidia stock right now – here’s why…
There’s a huge controversy surrounding Ripple (XRP) right now – basically, Ripple insists it’s a cryptocurrency, but the SEC says it’s an unregistered security.
Andrew sees Ripple coming under increasing pressure as more exchanges pull the ripcord.
And that brings us to Bitcoin – the coin he’s expecting to be a huge beneficiary of all this….
The number of different ways to trade a stock can intimidate some investors.
But before deciding what specific options to buy or sell, the very first step is deciding which underlying stock offers the greatest opportunities.
While Amazon’s the undisputed king of e-commerce, it’s a little too pricey for regular investors with a price tag of $3,100.
And Andrew believes that while Amazon is good, it isn’t necessarily the best e-commerce play right now.
Instead, here’s where your investment dollar belongs… .
There’s a leader in the e-commerce space whose stock costs less than one-third of Amazon even though its earnings are growing 10% faster.
Today Michael’s going to show you how this market-crusher could double again in less than two years and why it’s a profitable addition to your portfolio….
Like just about everything else this year, Black Friday, today, is shaping up to look mighty different. Lots of retailers are coming forward to announce their annual "game plan," but some outfits just plain didn't open up on Thanksgiving yesterday.
Plenty of retailers – Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Dick's Sporting Goods, Bed Bath & Beyond – jump to mind.
Now, some companies said they did it for safety reasons; the coronavirus pandemic is as bad as it's ever been in many places, making packed aisles a dicey proposition. Other retailers say they were rewarding employees that have had to go "above and beyond" over the past year.
The "traditional" ways traders have cashed in on Black Friday in the past aren't necessarily going to work here in 2020.
Here's what to do… Full Story