There’s one question I try to answer with any beaten-down stock: Is this a good company with temporary, solvable issues?
When a mega-cap stock is sitting on a 30-year low, I can’t help but look.
Wall Street is a strange place. In 2017, the top Wall Street banks published over 40,000 pieces of research… every week. Yet investors read less than 1% of that, according to Quinlan & Associates.
Nvidia’s (NVDA) management team is sending a signal to the market.
The private equity (PE) industry has been all the rage over the past 10 years.
According to Buffett, the US economy just went through the “most extraordinary economic period since World War II.” That’s a heck of a statement.
There’s a lot of chatter out there about recession…
There’s a big “open secret” in Silicon Valley that’s spreading, one that has already reached three-fourths of FANG. But the market has yet to recognize its impact on one remaining company.
Believe it or not, 2022 is almost over. That means it’s time to start thinking about end-of-year tax planning strategies…
Investors love easy-to-follow “rules.” The simpler, the better.
Every time I cruise around Raleigh, it’s like Tesla drivers have multiplied.
“Invest in what you know.” You’ve likely heard this advice before.
Investors are running scared.
Market veterans will tell you there are no shortcuts in investing
Mania. It’s hard to recognize when you’re in it.
Oil execs are walking on eggshells.
It’s been a rough couple of months for copper.
There’s more pain ahead for still-frothy tech stocks…
Three of my biggest winners have one thing in common…
This bear market is punishing everyone and everything.
Crypto meltdowns. Tech implosions. The biggest rate hike in decades.
Energy has been on quite a run.
There’s a silver lining to the current bear market…
Investors are in a pickle.
Thompson Clark sits down with Mauldin Economics publisher Ed D’Agostino to discuss three of his top stock picks for 2022, how inflation could affect his Wealth Accelerator strategy, and how investors can better prepare for the year ahead.
For many Americans, between Christmas presents and their regular Amazon (AMZN) deliveries, the number is high. After all, Amazon delivers over 600 million packages a year. That’s a lot of cardboard. Things are a little different in South Korea. The country’s ecommerce powerhouse, Coupang (CPNG), offers all the perks Amazon does, like free delivery. But it takes a “zero packaging” approach, with 75% of deliveries arriving in reusable packages.