Boeing Soars On Record Plane Deliveries

Boeing Co (NYSE: BA) bounced back from an unfavorable trade ruling on Wednesday morning when the company reported a better-than-expected fourth quarter, sending shared higher by more than 5 percent in pre-market trading. Boeing finished off an incredibly successful 2017 in which it was the top-performing stock in the Dow Jones industrial average, gaining 89 percent on…

Crackdown Sends Cryptocurrency Tumbling

Leading cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin and Ethereum, tumbled after Bloomberg reported that digital currency exchange Bitfinex was subpoenaed by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission. In addition to the Bitfinex subpoena, South Korea has begun implementing a new set of stricter cryptocurrency regulations, and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission stepped in to halt a $600 million…

Electric Bike Fails to Spark HOG Stock

There will soon be a new competitor in the electric vehicle market, and this one will not be the four-wheeled variety. This week, Harley-Davidson Inc (NYSE: HOG) announced it plans to have a fully electric motorcycle on the market within 18 months, but investors weren’t particularly impressed by the news.

McDonald’s Sales Growth Takes Off

McDonald’s Corporation (NYSE: MCD) reported another impressive quarter on Tuesday morning, beating analyst estimates on earnings, revenue and same-store sales in the fourth quarter. McDonald’s also says it plans to continue to heavily invest in is Experience of the Future initiative in 2018.

Netflix Stock Is Just Getting Started

After a spectacular run in recent years, Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) stock is already up another 46 percent in January on the strength of blowout fourth-quarter subscriber growth numbers. Incredibly, even after the stock’s massive earnings spike, MKM Partners analyst Rob Sanderson says investors still aren’t fully appreciating Netflix’s growth potential.