Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has been on quite a run in the last three months, culminating with a big Q2 earnings beat. However, recent Securities and Exchange Commission filings show that a number of big funds were dumping shares of AAPL stock throughout Q2.
With the S&P 500 making new all-time highs recently, it’s getting more and more difficult to find value stocks that pay a big dividend. Now may be the perfect time to turn to Warren Buffett’s top three dividend stocks:General Motors Company (GM), Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) and Sanofi SA (ADR) (SNY).
The S&P 500 has climbed to new all-time highs this summer, but one of the hottest stocks in the world has not been in on the fun. After skyrocketing more than 500% in the 10 years prior to 2016, Nike Inc(NYSE:NKE) is down 9.6% this year.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE:BABA) shares are soaring Thursday morning, with BABA stock touching new 2016 highs thanks to a big earnings beat.
Starting from scratch with your first startup can seem like an overwhelming position, especially when statistics show that up to 90 percent of startups fail.
Apple Inc. AAPL 0.15% is one of many hugely-profitable corporations that has endured heat for taking advantage of U.S. tax law to minimize its corporate tax rate.
Investors often think of dividend payments as a somewhat boring long-term advantage to owning certain stocks that have relatively strong cash flow. However, quarterly dividend payments can also provide short-term trading opportunities.
As ridesharing startup Uber continues to grab market share from traditional taxi services, the disruptive app is starting to take its toll on taxi business infrastructure.
In the past week, Bristol-Myers Squibb Co’s BMY 1.87% loss has been Merck & Co., Inc.’s MRK 0.4% gain.
For the typical stock trader, the options market may seem complicated and irrelevant when it comes to stock prices. After all, if you’re never going to trade options yourself, why should you care about the options market?