The health care sector is one industry where less meddling from a well-meaning Congress should provide a lift instead of stagnation.
The key strategy when investing in times of uncertainty and market downturns is to seek out sectors that consumers can’t do without.
Biopharmaceutical companies attract millions of investors. All it takes is one blockbuster drug, and the shares are off to the races.
Disney has come up with a solution for both its online streaming content and ESPN. And it will be the death knell for cable TV.
Oil is going to $100. Bank on it. I know I’ve harped on alternative energy as the way of the future numerous times in the past. That’s still true. Alternative fuel cars are still going to dominate the roadways, even electric cars — Elon Musk’s run in with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission won’t […]
Cash as a method of payment is all but dead. And there’s a great way for investors to take advantage of this shift toward a cashless society.
Amazon and Apple, the first U.S. $1 trillion companies, are all the rage in the financial media. But not all trillion-dollar companies are created equal.
Today’s free trade idea is a retail company whose stock recently plunged more than 8% due to a minor infraction. It’s bargain hunting time.
This pizza chain has bested Wall Street’s expectations in every quarter for the past year. And that growth is not just coming from stateside pizza orders.
This stock is a solid addition to any portfolio. This is doubly so given the tendency for grocery stocks to outperform during periods of economic turmoil.
iRobot is undervalued considerably. It’s trading with a P/E ratio of just 41, which is a bargain compared to the rest of the technology sector.
Netflix stock plunged as much as 16% following its second-quarter earnings report. Here’s why you don’t want to close out your Netflix holdings just yet…
Esports is a growing market with massive potential. Analysts estimate that it could grow to as much as $2.3 billion by 2022.
This is a solid cloud company with an excellent privacy record and a loyal customer following. The shares are certainly a long-term buy.
Once filled to the brim with genius ideas and revolutionary products, Apple has not released a breakthrough product in more than a decade.
The time to sell solar stocks has passed. Now is the time to go hunting for value and add an American solar company to your portfolio at a considerable discount.
The question now is whether this latest flurry of news will benefit automakers, or is it time to park auto sector investments and look elsewhere?
Like many other software giants of the ‘80s and ‘90s, Microsoft has taken to the cloud … and it is once again finding market dominance.
There is a sense that the major semiconductor stocks are nearing a crucial tipping point. To confirm my suspicions, I turned to technical charts for three of them.
President Donald Trump has attacked Amazon from multiple angles: what it pays in state and local taxes, its U.S. Postal Service deal and antitrust allegations.
From work productivity to entertainment, from graphic design to database management, the world runs on American software.
All in all, everything looks rosy for the chips sector. There is one caveat, however, for investors in one extremely popular semiconductor name.
Solar energy is abundant, free and available practically everywhere. What’s more, global demand for solar energy and solar panel installations is surging.
This value stock is not only best in class among its technology sector peers, it’s also rather impressive for the market as a whole.
If the history of market reactions to Amazon has taught me anything, it’s that now is a great time to buy stocks in the health care sector.
For the Dow, which component did you have pegged as the top gainer? For many, it was likely Apple. But as you can tell from the title, that’s not the case.
Collectibles are a fickle market, especially when mass production and pop culture are involved. But one rapidly growing company is ignoring that lesson.
We often overlook supposedly “old school” blue chips that are adapting quite well to the technological landscape. Wal-Mart is an excellent example.
Everyone loves a bargain. But even your most savvy bargain hunters have unreasonable expectations. One of the best examples this year is AMD.
The cable TV industry is dying, NBC, ABC and CBS viewership is in decline, and Netflix and Amazon are taking over the online world of streaming TV.
It’s past time to diversify and inject a bit of new blood into your portfolio. Trading IPO stocks can be a risky bet, but it can also be quite rewarding.
Three months ago, I delved into the underloved construction sector. And this very lucrative investment opportunity isn’t over, not by a long shot.
It’s the perfect time for investors to revisit the aerospace and defense sector. And one particular company looks like a steal right now.
The financial media proclaimed that Amazon was going to take over the world. But risks to income growth are just the start of Amazon’s problems.
Chinese e-commerce is forecast to grow roughly 50% through fiscal 2018. It’s far and away one of the fastest-growing markets in the world right now.
Netflix is on pace to spend about $13 billion over the next three years. That’s more than the annual gross domestic product of some countries.
After a brief dip in the wake of Goldman Sachs’ highly publicized research note, Tesla’s stock is still marching higher … irrationally so.
There’s recent news that’s the latest salvo in an increasingly tight jobs market, one being slowly dominated by robots and artificial intelligence (AI).
Amazon is not your traditional retailer, a fact that Whole Foods Market is about to find out the hard way.
With the president and House Democrats on the verge of kicking off a spending war on infrastructure, there’s plenty of money to be made.
We couldn’t expect the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturer to sit on its laurels for long. And this weekend, Intel fired back…
Landlines are a dying breed. And the main cause of this mass technology extinction is the increasingly mobile millennial generation.
If you broaden your horizons a bit, there are a couple rather potentially lucrative opportunities to be had in retail’s low-expectations environment.
There is a natural hedge for a falling U.S. dollar, and, if you haven’t already, it’s high time you took a closer look at investing in gold.
With more than $1 trillion in e-commerce sales projected in China this year, and more than $1.5 trillion in 2018, “massive” is an appropriate description.
Despite the cable TV industry’s denials, the fact of the matter is that millennials just don’t watch TV the same way baby boomers did when they were young.
This recent rush of bullish headlines in the news is enough to make Tesla stockholders giddy. And as any contrarian investor will tell you, that’s a problem.
Market share is everything. But as iPhone creator Apple continues to show, revenue can often be more about value than volume.
Streaming music, which now accounts for more than half of all U.S. music revenue, has become a service that is “too big to fail” for the music industry.
The long-dollar trade has become among the most crowded on Wall Street. But the dollar may be a lot more unstable than many institutional traders realize.
Given the pace of advancement in recent years with robotics and AI, we are left with the question: Can too much technology be a bad thing?
In the heartland of America — a place where oil still provides the lifeblood of many farms and businesses — solar power usage is dawning brightly.
When it comes to living room entertainment, the talk around the watercooler now revolves around discussions of which Netflix shows are worth binge-watching.
To remedy our obsolete roads, bridges and dams, President Donald Trump has promised to spend $1 trillion to improve America’s crumbling infrastructure.
Amazon has been unable to make any significant headway in China, though, as Business Insider notes, it’s not for lack of trying.
If you believe the mainstream media’s hype, you probably think the EU is in crisis mode. But even amid all this turmoil, we find steady, if fragile growth.
While you may not have seriously considered owning a Tesla car, you should definitely consider owning or investing in Tesla stock, and here’s why…
While doom-and-gloom headlines still reign, there are signs in recent economic data that the American dream of homeownership could be making a comeback.
Due to a myriad of factors, the number of manufacturing jobs in America has declined rapidly in the past several decades.
While Facebook dreams of VR glasses for everyone, the reality is not here yet. However, two companies are working to bring that experience to the masses.