01 April 2023Expert Analysis, Investment Tools, Stock Screeners, and Financial Strategy Information.
D.E. Shaw spots an opportunity to boost margins at FleetCor – and do so amicably
D.E. Shaw & Co. isn’t an activist investor, but it’s found a way to collaborate with FleetCor to improve the company's margins.
Top Wall Street analysts prefer these five stocks despite ongoing uncertainty
TipRanks analyst ranking service pinpoints Wall Street's best-performing stocks, including Apple and Foot Locker.
Inclusive Capital's Ubben named to Vistry board as homebuilder looks to leverage recent acquisition
Vistry named ValueAct founder Jeff Ubben as a nonexecutive director and two other board members stepped down on Wednesday.
Top Wall Street analysts pick these five stocks for the long term
TipRanks analyst ranking service pinpoints Wall Street's best-performing stocks, including BJ's & CrowdStrike
Icahn proposes three candidates for Illumina’s board — Here’s what could be next in the battle
A fight has broken out between veteran activist Carl Icahn and biotech company Illumina as the investor nominates three candidates to the board.
Forbes - Markets
01 April 2023Forbes - Markets
This Is Like Buying An ETF (But With An 8% Dividend)
On the surface, investing through an index fund sounds great.
3 Extra-Large Dividends You Collect Every Month
It doesn’t get any better than monthly dividends...
A Technical Tool That Pinpointed The Market Leading Nasdaq 100
At the start of the year, the stock market bearishness was rampant. By the middle of January, there were signs from one technical tool that some stocks were likely to lead while another industry group looked very vulnerable.
Is Gold About To Break To An All-Time High?
Gold's price action of the past few years has created a resistance zone overhead from $2,000 to $2,100. If gold can finally close above that resistance zone with heavy trading volume, that would likely indicate that a powerful bullish move is ahead.
China’s Covid ‘Exit Wave’: (4) Flattening The Curve?
The argument has been made that zero-Covid would "flatten the curve" of the pandemic. This has not happened in countries following zero-Covid policies. They have not avoided the surge in infection and mortality. The implications for China and its recent abandonment of zero-Covid are dire.
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