With revenue in the world’s largest gaming destination – Macau, China – still depressed, casino investors are looking to the state of Nevada for some much-needed revenue growth this year.
The tax filing deadline is rapidly approaching, and this year may be the final year that taxpayers can take advantage of a controversial loophole in the tax code: the Backdoor Roth IRA. Before the window of opportunity closes, it’s worth learning about what this loophole means and if you can take advantage of it.
Tesla Motors Inc TSLA 2.81%’s new Model 3 has logged more than 400,000 global pre-orders in about a month since its highly-anticipated unveiling. China is Tesla’s largest international market, generating $319 million in revenue last year.
Gold and silver have been strong performers so far in 2016 after several years of slumping prices. A new Reuters poll of 30 analysts indicates that experts believe that the 2016 rally has legs.
World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. WWE 2.46% is reportedly making a stand against WWE Network subscribers sharing passwords with friends and family. The company has updated its terms of service for the network and added a new section about simultaneous streaming.
Facebook Inc FB 0.73% and Twitter Inc TWTR 0.14% will forever be linked in people’s minds as the two biggest names in the social media revolution of the past decade. There’s no question that each company has made a major impact on how the world communicates, and each has been a pioneer in creating a…
The latest data from TickerTags indicates that Amazon.com, Inc. AMZN 9.57%’s AWS cloud services platform is gaining traction among both the general population and the most tech-savvy Internet users. AWS brought in $2.4 billion in revenue in Q4, up an impressive 69 percent year-over-year (Y/Y). If social media buzz is any indication, Amazon shareholders can…
If you’ve ever thought that friends or family log into Facebook Inc FB 0.73% religiously, you may not be far from the truth. Facebook just delivered a monster Q1 that included big revenue and earnings beats and some impressive user numbers.
Now may be a good time to start hedging your bets on some of the more overvalued stocks in the market. According to Deutsche Bank analyst Lon Parisi, shareholders of McDonald’s Corporation MCD 1.12%, Johnson & Johnson JNJ 0.36% and NVIDIA Corporation NVDA 1.85% should consider buying puts to protect against a broad market sell-off…
T-Mobile US Inc TMUS 1.21% delivered mixed results in Q1, beating consensus revenue estimates but missing on EPS. The market punished the stock with a 4.4 percent selloff in Tuesday’s session, but Citi analyst Michael Rollins believes the selling pressure is an overreaction.