More than 50 of the 80 companies that have gone public so far this year are winning. They’re trading above their IPO prices, and in some cases have even more than tripled in 2019. Everybody loves talking about the winners, but let’s not ignore the more than two dozen stocks that are currently trading below their […]Continue Reading ...
Biotech investing isn’t for the faint of heart. The odds that any particular candidate treatment will be a success are low, and commercializing a drug is hard. However, the returns can be amazing when everything goes according to plan. We asked a team of Motley Fool contributors to share the names of some biotech stocks […]Continue Reading ...
It’s hard to believe, but 2019 is halfway over. Even though the first half of the year has been turbulent at times, the trade war persists, there’s lots of uncertainty surrounding what the Federal Reserve will do next, and tensions with Iran are heating up, the stock market is knocking on the door of new […]Continue Reading ...
Investors around the world understandably pay close attention to how Warren Buffett, the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and arguably the world’s greatest living investor, puts his staggering fortune of more than $80 billion to work. Of course, the bulk of that wealth is held in the form of shares of Berkshire Hathaway, where Buffett and […]Continue Reading ...
No investor can escape occasionally buying a bad stock. It’s painful watching a stock tumble and realizing that it’s unlikely to ever recover. Or even worse, doubling or tripling down before throwing in the towel. In many cases, it’s not all that obvious that a stock should be avoided. In some cases, though, it’s very […]Continue Reading ...
This week’s spotlight is Facebook (FB), as the company reveals its new cryptocurrency offering today (June 18, as I write this), and on the US Federal Reserve as the Board’s Federal Open Market Committee will conclude its regular policy meeting tomorrow with a much-anticipated position announcement on interest rates. Facebook’s news has been feeding grist […]Continue Reading ...
A stock price alone doesn’t tell you anything about how cheap or expensive a stock truly is. A $20 stock can be far more expensive than a $100 stock based on earnings, cash flow, and growth prospects, even though the price tag is lower. Still, focusing on low-priced stocks can make sense if you have […]Continue Reading ...
E-commerce stocks have been Wall Street favorites for many years, thanks to their ability to outgrow physical retailing peers. Yet with the digital sales channel still only accounting for about 10% of the wider retailing industry, there’s a long runway for growth ahead. With that bright outlook in mind, we asked Motley Fool contributors for […]Continue Reading ...
Digital transformation is sweeping across the globe, and the pressure on companies to update their customer experiences for the 21st century is on the rise. Despite ample competition, there is plenty of new business to go around. However, after yet another quarterly performance that exceeded expectations, digital content creation software provider Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE) has proven it is a […]Continue Reading ...
This week, President Trump said he had a “very good phone conversation” with Chinese President Xi Jinping and that their two teams would hold talks ahead of the G-20 summit in Japan next week. Trump also stated that he will hold “an extended meeting” with Xi during the summit, sparking hopes for a trade truce […]Continue Reading ...
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