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Analysis Topic: Companies Analysis

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Companies

Monday, January 15, 2018

Carillion Goes Bust, as Government Refuses to Bailout PFI Contractors Debt and Pensions Liabilities / Companies / Corporate News

By: Nadeem_Walayat

Carillion goes bust after Government decides not to bailout the private sector PFI contractor with tax payers money, unlike the £4 trillion banking sector liability bailout that the people of Britain continue to suffer the consequences of in terms of loss of purchasing power of real terms earnings as a consequence of inflation of the money supply and asset prices through quantitative easing of over £500 billion and through a myriad of other banking sector asset price boosting measures such as the "Funding for Lending" scheme amongst a dozen others.

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Companies

Tuesday, January 09, 2018

Blockchain Makeover of a Penny Stock / Companies / BlockChain

By: EconMatters

Blockchain can sure blow smoke in your face mistaking a dog for a super model, at least in the case of Long Island Ice Tea Corp (LTEA) now rebranded to Long Blockchain (LBCC) on Nasdaq.

What would you do if you are the executive of a Nasdaq-listed company getting a “deficiency notice” from Nasdaq threatening to delist your company unless the market value rose above $35 million for 10 business days in a row?  Long Island Ice Tea did receive such warning in October.

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Companies

Monday, January 08, 2018

If You Hold VT Or Any Other Global ETF, You’ve Put All Your Eggs In One Basket / Companies / Emerging Markets

By: John_Mauldin

BY OLIVIER GARRET : The growth of ETFs since the Global Financial Crisis has been staggering.

Total ETF assets under management is now approaching US $5 trillion, a 400% increase from the $1 trillion held in 2009.

Investors now have access to over 7,000 ETF/ETP products. To put that number in perspective, there are only 2,400 stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

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Companies

Monday, January 08, 2018

Share Trading is an Interesting for Everyone / Companies / Stock Markets 2018

By: Kavinesh_A

Share trading is an interesting job for everyone. The reason is the fluctuation is one time price is increasing for a share, because that company would have earned some millions of dollars, same time that company must have paid that amount for different purchase. Immediately the price of that company would go down. The reason is the company has not assets. That is the reason share price is going down to that company. 

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Companies

Thursday, December 21, 2017

4 Breakout Stocks to Watch / Companies / Company Chart Analysis

By: Harry_Boxer

Here are four stocks showing strong technical momentum.

BlackBerry Limited (BB) shot up out of a double-top pattern on Wednesday, closing up nearly 12% at $12.17 on 29 million shares traded. That was the largest volume since the end of September, and more than 7x the stock's daily average. The move came with the company's positive earnings announcement and news on the transformation of its core business from communications hardware to cybersecurity solutions. Price has not been this high since January 2015. Next targets: $14 and $17.

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Companies

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Is Apple Old iPhone's Stealth Slow Down IOS Update a SCAM? / Companies / Apple

By: Nadeem_Walayat

Technology expert John Poole has forced Apple to come clean on the real secret behind Apples marketing and sales success, of why customers are so eager to upgrade to the latest iPhone model, and the answer may surprise you!

Apparently what Apple has been doing for at least a year and probably for more than 5 years is to SLOW DOWN the operation of Older iPhone's via IOS software updates. Which has the effect of encouraging older phone owners to UPGRADE to the latest model. This way the consumers have no real world first hand experience to compare the speed and performance between an Old iphone and a New i-phone!

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Companies

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Toys R Us Teetering on the Brink of Collapse, UK Retail Sector Crisis Perfect Storm / Companies / Retail Sector

By: Nadeem_Walayat

The British arm of Toys R Us has been teetering on the brink of collapse for several months now following it's american parent company filing for bankruptcy protection in September 2017 that triggered a downsizing programme through rapid store closures that are likely to see at least 200 of it's 866 US stores close in an attempt at reducing its $5 billion debt mountain which dates back to its leveraged buy out of 2005 that costs Toys R Us $400 billion a year in interest payments.

So it should not come as that much of a surprise that the British arm of Toys R Us with its 106 stores could now be heading for at least a similar fate if not a 'Woolworth's' moment, that could unfold rapidly, all within a matter of days that could see the retailer plunged into administration with the potential loss of 3200 jobs. The triggering factor for which is a £30 million black hole in its employees pension fund that the Government Pension Protection Fund is demanding a near immediate payment of £9 million into to cover 3 years worth of past pension contributions, against which the distressed retailer is offering just £1.6 million and thus the current crisis.

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Companies

Monday, December 18, 2017

How To Play The 2018 Cannabis Boom / Companies / Cannabis

By: OilPrice_Com

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Companies

Monday, December 18, 2017

Explaining My Amazement About Those Turning Bullish On The Banking Sector Now / Companies / Banking Stocks

By: Avi_Gilburt

Recent price action

With the Nasdaq continuing higher this past week, it has now reached our minimum target we were looking for before a pullback may be seen. But, I think the XLF may be providing us with certain clues about how 2018 may turn out. And, it may not be as rosy as many believe. Well, at least the first half of the year.

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Companies

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Our MSCI ETF Forecast BEFORE the 47 Percent, 12-Month Gain / Companies / Company Chart Analysis

By: EWI

Our MSCI ETF Forecast BEFORE the 47 Percent, 12-Month Gain

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Companies

Monday, December 11, 2017

Amazon’s 75,000 New Robots Are Your Answer To No Wage Inflation / Companies / Amazon

By: John_Mauldin

Like millions of other people, I am a fan and a user of Amazon.

They do make buying things convenient, especially little things that you might have to go to art specialty stores to find. I’m a huge user of the Kindle app, too.

I will admit that I don’t quite understand the Amazon business model of growth over profits. But I have noticed that most of the profits Amazon actually makes are coming from their non-commercial side—stuff like cloud services.

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Companies

Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Nvidia NVDA Correction is Around the Corner / Companies / Company Chart Analysis

By: ElliottWave-Forecast

The American semiconductors company Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) is specialized is designing graphics processing units (GPUs) for the gaming, cryptocurrency, and professional markets, as well as system on a chip units (SoCs) for the mobile computing and automotive market.

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Companies

Monday, December 04, 2017

Tech Breakthrough To Save Trillions In Tax Payer Dollars / Companies / Tech Stocks

By: OilPrice_Com

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Companies

Friday, December 01, 2017

Knowledge Sharing Social Network for All - A Big Business Venture / Companies / Social Media

By: Dr_R_M_Mathew

We have hundreds of Social Networks and thousands of Data or Information Providing Websites. But none of them could serve for Knowledge Sharing and meeting the Knowledge needs of diverse categories of people and thereby augmenting the Knowledge Consumption and Production of Humanity. Most of them are unauthentic, obsolete, irrelevant and undependable as they are designed for providing truck load of Data and Information, without much usable knowledge contents.

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Companies

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Retail Industry Index Providing The Next Stocks Long / Companies / Retail Sector

By: ElliottWave-Forecast

The S&P Retail Industry Index comprises stocks in the S&P Total Market Index that are classified in the GICS retail sub-industry. For this article we’ll be using The SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) which tracks an equal-weighted index of stocks in the US retail industry and correspond generally to the total return performance of the S&P Retail Select Industry Index.

The performance of XRT is significantly correlated to the prevailing level of consumer confidence in the economy because the ETF represent the companies whose main business is selling retail merchandise to consumers like WalMart , Groupon, American Eagle, ect.

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Companies

Monday, November 27, 2017

The Global Rise of Chinese Corporate Giants / Companies / China Stocks

By: Dan_Steinbock

Only a decade ago, Chinese companies accounted for barely 1 percent of the world’s largest companies and multinationals. Today, their share has grown by more than tenfold.

After mid-November, Alibaba again won the highest ecommerce sales day in history on China’s Singles’ Day beating last year’s record by almost 40 percent – hitting some $25.4 billion. 

In the United States, the 2016 combined Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales amounted to $6.5 billion, while Amazon’s 2017 Prime Day sales rose to $600 million to $1 billion range. Even combined, all of these revenues account for less than one-third of Alibaba’s Singles’ Day sales.

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Companies

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Switzerland Is the World’s Largest Hedge Fund / Companies / Hedge Funds

By: John_Mauldin

The BOJ, the ECB, and the Fed have gone on an asset buying spree since 2008.

Meanwhile, the more sober-minded gnomes of the Swiss National Bank expanded their own balance sheet at a much steadier pace.

Though in percentage terms, it blew it up far more than the Fed or the BOJ did theirs. And now the Swiss National Bank is the world's largest hedge fund.

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Companies

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Stock Investing: ETF Exposure in Emerging Middle Eastern Markets / Companies / Exchange Traded Funds

By: Richard_Cox

Stock investors that are looking to take positions in emerging markets have started to look to the Middle East in growing numbers.  The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has proven to be one of the most stable economies in the region and, as a result, we have started to see more stock market selections offered through exchange traded funds.  One name to watch here is the iShares MSCI UAE Capped ETF (NASDAQ:UAE), which is showing some interesting chart activity as it attempts to break out of its recent trading ranges.  

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Companies

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Facebook Traders: Tech Giant + Technical Analysis = Thumbs Up / Companies / Company Chart Analysis

By: EWI

See how two technical indicators, RSI and ZLR, helped anticipate the resumption of FB's uptrend -- back in May

Some days, the fundamental backdrop of the markets you follow is as peaceful and quiet as a Zen garden. The news cycle is calm and the mainstream predictions about price are clear.

Other days, though, that backdrop is as chaotic as the Jersey turnpike during rush hour; jackhammers of breaking news pound in your ears while the "horns" of prognostication honk in opposite directions.

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Companies

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Could This Be The End for Tesla? / Companies / Electric Cars

By: Rodney_Johnson

Tesla, the nifty electric car company, and its larger-than-life founder, Elon Musk, proved something.

People around the world will pay gobs of money for very cool electric cars, even if they have limited range and take forever to charge. Americans in particular love new gadgets, and Teslas are the biggest gadgets of all.

Musk and company also proved something else.

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