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The RMPIA rebounded more than 22% in the June quarter to finish up 7.8% at the 2020 half mark.
The pace of the economic recovery has cooled in recent weeks. And some businesses might start making larger spending cuts if they feel the economy will be under pressure for a while.
Roku reports seeing major viewing growth for ad-supported news and entertainment content, and PayPal suggests its remittance business is hitting an inflection point.
For March and the first quarter, the RMPIA takes less of a hit than major indexes.
Booking Holdings, formerly called Priceline, has proved itself since 1999.
Though very different companies, Nvidia and Netflix's 2018/2019 selloffs and subsequent rallies each carry lessons about maintaining a sense of perspective when bad news arrives.
A wide variety of tech companies are likely to see their March-quarter sales hurt by the coronavirus outbreak's impact on Chinese demand and/or manufacturing.
These three companies sport reasonable valuations in light of their growth opportunities and competitive strengths.
These funds invest in companies poised to benefit from millennial spending trends.
Now, many Real Money Post Industrial Average stocks should see a boost from the holiday splurge by shoppers.
While Google reported another strong quarter for its ad business, Expedia and TripAdvisor both posted Q3 earnings misses that were partly blamed on Google Search changes.
The social media giant says it's open to having Libra consist of a series of 'stablecoins' pegged to existing currencies, rather than just one cryptocurrency pegged to a currency basket.
The Buyback Premium Portfolio is up 264% since inception in August 2000, beating the S&P 500 by a whopping 156%.
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There are a number of RMPIA companies that will be beneficiaries of Back to School and holiday spending.
Plan to launch cryptocurrency makes tech company more attractive, but at current price, buying the name again on dips makes sense.
How can normal investors "sell insurance" without corporate overhead? They can become put option writers (sellers) on shares which offer excellent risk/reward characteristics.
The stock price of Sabre Corp., which services the wholesale side of the global online travel market, is due for a "catch-up" move.
The online travel giant's post-earnings selloff has left it trading it pretty reasonable multiples. And the company still has some valuable growth drivers and competitive strengths.
The online travel company could have an oversold bounce at any time, but the bigger picture suggests more weakness ahead.
All signs point to an upward bias for Kelly Services' shares.