It’s a hardly disputed fact that dividend-paying stocks outperform nondividend payers over time. According to data crunched by famed economists Eugene Fama and Kenneth French, dividend-paying stocks have beaten out nonpayers by as much as 1.9% on a total return basis over the last 90 years.
This week, we’re sharing a fresh reminder why you should avoid Wall Street’s hottest IPOs, the single most important data point for Amazon, and why it sucks to be a short seller right now.
Believe it or not, volatility is actually a good thing for long-term investors. Senior analyst Jonathan Rodriguez breaks down three simple ways you can profit from market volatility.
It’s been more than 70 years since the end of World War II. But global tensions are once again reaching fever-pitch levels. Indeed, we’re closer now to world war than we have been in three decades…
Most of my readers remain oblivious to the explosive nature of takeover investing. If you’re among the oblivious, please take notice — Trump is resurrecting previously dead money. The President’s first 100 days in office has witnessed $729.14 billion in takeover deals hit the books.
A straight-up stock split is a purely bullish event, without exception. A reverse stock split, however, is done for a host of reasons — and not all of them are good. So with reverse stock splits currently exploding, we must sharpen our lens to understand the true nature of what’s happening. So I asked my senior analyst, Martin Hutchinson, to solve the stock-split conundrum for us.
In this week’s edition of Friday Charts, we’re reporting on the biggest potential beneficiaries of President Trump’s new tax plan, the single data point behind my continued bearishness on Twitter and the worst part about partnering with Apple.
The epic failure of the Trump administration to repeal and replace Obamacare looms large in the minds of investors. As a result, the sectors that led the markets after the election have seen notable declines recently. But a new opportunity has just emerged…
Almost half of U.S. households are now Amazon Prime subscribers. And as more consumers are doing much of their shopping online – many retail companies are living on borrowed time. But a handful of brick-and-mortar retailers have emerged as Amazon-proof. Here’s how…
Cuomo’s new regulation is a serious blow to the evolution of the homesharing industry. The resistance against homesharing is being led by Marriott. I asked my senior analyst, Martin Hutchinson, to assess the health of the hotel industry.