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The catalyst for equities is now out of the bag, it is just a matter of finding companies with that catalyst before everyone catches on.
Welcome to what should be a very exciting week.
What makes turnarounds a profitable investing niche is that most investors avoid these securities.
GameStop was among several slumping smaller-caps that rebounded nicely on Tuesday, but the video game retailer was hammered after hours on a sales miss and elimination of its dividend.
The beleaguered company has seen a lot of change over the past couple of years.
It makes digging a bit harder, but that's been the case for quite a while.
Progress here was overshadowed by the less than stellar forward guidance.
Pre-market futures have crept up over the past hour, mainly on some encouraging signs around the U.S./China talks which likely will get more serious as they continue in Washington next week. Brexit talks continue to hit consistent hiccups which is i...
Why does it always make me feel uncomfortable when my plan diverges from Warren Buffett's?
Next week we'll be at the tail end of earnings season. It's been a blast, at least until this past week when we got some iffy news about trade.
This is one report where the real driver will be what the company says and the tone they take when saying it.
As I talk about over at Income Seeker, where I look for well-positioned companies with dividend yields north of 4%, one of the biggest faux pas a company can make is to cut its dividend. We are seeing that play out in spades today with the 30% drop ...
What is most fascinating in this index-investing based world is the amount of variability and inefficiency that still exists.
NWL has lost some 25% since October, while JAKK has shed more than 30% despite a Friday rebound.
I'll be rolling out next year's candidates in early December.
NWL is for those with strong stomachs that are willing to go against the mainstream.
Let's look over the charts and indicators.
Earnings season is here and it has already moved into high gear.
Thinking about this year's losers that may selloff further into year-end.
Newell Brands could be worth a look, but retailer Sears appears to be a lost cause.
Anytime I can find even a potentially interesting name, the heart beats a little faster.
Surprisingly, there were two companies that qualified, Newell Brands and Federated Investors.
It's risky, but I like the stock's 4.3% dividend yield.
Newell Brands' post-earnings pummeling the last two days offers an entry point; can it pay off like Fossil has this year?
Analysts and shareholders both put negative news behind them and accentuated the positive for a host of formerly hated stocks.
It's hard to know whether a series of divestitures will do the trick for the diversified consumer products company
The Chinese have something to lose here, and will not willingly surrender their position of superiority in trade.