The 5G revolution is here, and it's bringing with it the rare opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a technological breakthrough.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average may be coming out of its slide. The Dow Jones projected an 136-point gain in premarket hours as the stock market freefall stops.
At least for now.
You don't have to look far to find someone mourning the death of value investing; it dominates headlines in investing circles.
It seems, the obituary goes, that the growth indexes have handily beaten the value indexes over the past few years… and, why, you'd have to have rocks in your head to use value investing techniques.
Nevermind that it's crazy to use an index to track the value investors' performance. This approach is all about using rigorous quantitative or fundamental research techniques – or some combination of the two – to uncover opportunities that the market has overlooked.
By definition, there just are not that many opportunities (or good ones, at any rate) except at market extremes. There sure as hell are not anywhere near the – good grief – 2,000 or so stocks that FTSE Russell uses to form its value index.
Value investors hunt with a rifle, not a shotgun.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 82 points in premarket trading as technology stocks gave up last week's gains on reports of slowing demand and potential antitrust violations.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 20-points in premarket hours as the markets continued to build on their record close Thursday.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 132 points in premarket trading as concerns faded over trade disputes between the United States and China.
The Dow Jones today The Dow Jones slipped 68 points after President Trump voiced his support for ending quarterly earnings reports.
Turkey's economic crisis is already spreading to economies across the world.
Even if you don't own stocks in foreign companies, your portfolio could be at risk.
The Dow Jones today projected an 86-point gain in premarket trading as the Turkish Lira stabilized after falling roughly 15% over the last week.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is no longer a secret. In fact, by the end of 2016, 62% of Americans owned at least one IoT-connected device.
And while the tech "spotlight" may be on IoT investments, we've found three IoT stocks (one that's completely under the radar) with tremendous profit potential.