One of the most difficult parts of investing is removing emotions from the equation and relying strictly on rational decision-making. Unfortunately, even our own human brains may sometimes point us in the wrong direction.
The idea of a leveraged ETF is fairly simple and appealing. If a trader is bullish on the S&P 500, why settle for investing in the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSE: SPY) when the Direxion Daily S&P 500 Bull 3X Shares(ETF) (NYSE: SPXL), or another leveraged ETF like it, could triple its gains?
As unbelievable as it sounds that one tech company could take down an entire sector of the U.S. economy, Amazon.com, Inc. (ticker: AMZN) may be single-handedly destroying U.S. retail. Retailers have seen the Amazon retail juggernaut coming for years, and yet the Amazon body count continues to rise.
U.S. oil prices rose to their highest levels in a month Friday following a U.S. missile strike on a Syrian airbase. Oil exchange-traded funds such as the United States Oil Fund LP (ticker: USO) and the United States Brent Oil Fund LP (BNO) were also higher on Friday after WTI crude prices pushed above $52…
Alternative energy stocks First Solar, Inc. (ticker: FSLR) and 8Point3 Energy Partners LP (CAFD) look to be risky investments, according to at least one analyst.
Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. (ticker: BBBY) shares are up more than 3.5 percent on Thursday after the company beat market expectations in its fiscal fourth quarter. But while the market is celebrating Bed Bath & Beyond’s surface-level numbers, some Wall Street analysts still see red flags.
Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) shares may be once again trading at all-time highs, but Wall Street analysts still love the tech giant as a long-term investment. But while most analysts focus on Amazon’s e-commerce and cloud services segments, Tigress Financial Partners analyst Ivan Feinseth believes Amazon’s fulfillment and shipping businesses could be a major piece of…
A new law signed by President Donald Trump this week repeals Federal Communications Commission restrictions that block internet providers from selling users’ internet browsing history to advertisers.
Fresh off the buzz from the company’s signature annual WrestleMania live event, World Wrestling Entertainment (ticker: WWE) stock is getting punched in the face this week.
Tesla Inc (ticker: TSLA) stock opened the week higher 5 percent after the company reported more than 25,000 vehicle deliveries in its first quarter.