|Day Low/High||87.92 / 89.19|
|52 Wk Low/High||73.90 / 147.94|
Good morning folks, as once again I have the pleasure of playing in the Daily Diary sandbox for the day. As we all likely know this is a rather busy week filled with more than 1,050 earnings reports, the usual end of the month and start of the month...
Swing for the fences with these down-and-out companies primed to rise.
By selling out of big losers prior to the quarter's close, portfolio managers can hide the stocks from clients, but some downtrodden shares could be ripe for bounces next week, so here's my list.
Insider buying by corporate officers should be taken as optimistic visions of the future prospects of their companies and their stock prices.
Wealth management firms remain worthy holdings for long-term portfolios.
Affiliated Managers Group's low absolute price and historically cheap valuation leave the risk reward on the company looking fabulous.
These eight S&P 500 stocks have some of the worst returns year-to-date and represent a diverse roster of promising bounce candidates.
Many folks say they are contrarian investors but few people truly have the stomach for it.
The asset management company's shares haven't been this favorably priced in a decade.
It may be time to prune your U.S. stock portfolio in favor of emerging market funds.
A break of the February low opens up $100 as the next downside support and target.
These 7 stocks, which we recommended at the market ebb in February, have provided returns almost double that of the S&P 500.
These asset management firms can be big stars once the market's mood inevitably improves.
Here's what Goldman Sachs said today about Oaktree Capital (OAK), which the firm downgraded to "Buy" from "Conviction Buy": "Asset Managers: Markets Aside, Growth to Stay Tepid We expect growth to be weak in 2016 as: 1) The move to passive (+$242 bi...
Private equity (PE) as an asset class has outperformed stocks, bonds, hedge funds and REITS over the last 10 years.
Affiliated Managers Group has never had a better year, but now it's cheap.
Where it began. People don't want to think. And the deeper they get into trouble, the less they want to think. But by some sort of instinct, they feel that they ought to and it makes them feel guilty. So they'll bless and follow anyone who gives the...