President Barack Obama will officially relinquish the Oval Office to President-elect Donald Trump this week. Americans seemed as divided as ever during the 2016 campaign season, but the bitterness of the election may have helped paint Obama in more of a positive light in the eyes of many Americans.
High-growth tech stocks are among some of the market’s top performers in recent years. However, their breakneck gains have also made them dangerous to hold ahead of the upcoming fourth-quarter earnings season.
As technology has made stock trading easier in recent years, more traders have become comfortable calling their own trading shots rather than relying on a financial advisor. Unfortunately, few traders that manage their own investment portfolio have a background in finance, and many get lured into trading complicated financial products after hearing stories of other…
Indian stocks have been under significant pressure in recent months after Prime Minister Narendra Modi implemented a controversial demonetization program. On Nov. 8, Modi announced that the country would be scrapping its two highest-denomination bills. The effort is reportedly intended to reduce the impact of corruption, tax evasion and counterfeiting in India.
Silicon Valley has a long history of providing some of the most exciting new stocks in the market. The class of 2016 tech IPOs was led by cloud services company Twilio Inc (NYSE:TWLO) and Japanese mobile app company Line Corp (ADR) (NYSE:LN). As these two stocks demonstrated in 2016, huge tech IPOs can be some…
Since the beginning of 2015, NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) has been the hottest stock in the entire S&P 500. NVIDIA shares are up more than 410 percent over the last two years, but the tech darling may have recently lost its mojo.
With Q4 earnings season just around the quarter, a number of companies will be reporting critical holiday sales numbers that will set the tone for 2017 and beyond.
Leadership consultant Simon Sinek has a message for employers hiring a new generation of millennials: their workforce shortcomings aren’t necessarily their fault.
Last year was a historic one for marijuana legalization, and a boffo year for marijuana stocks. Most marijuana investors enjoyed massive gains in 2016. A number of smaller, over-the-counter marijuana companies even registered gains of more than 100% on the year.
Whether you work in finance on Wall Street or run your own day care on Main Street, you’ve probably had an unsolicited conversation with a friend or colleague about a “can’t-miss” stock.