S&P500
2505
+1.13
+0.05%
 
NASDAQ
6457.762
+3.123
+0.0484%
 
NYSE
12123.268
+11.817
+0.0976%
 
MMM
213.52
-0.24
-0.11%
 
AXP
88.66
+0.79
+0.90%
 
T
37.93
+0.51
+1.36%
 
BA
252.86
-0.22
-0.09%
 
CAT
124.515
+0.685
+0.5530%
 
CVX
115.8
+0.61
+0.53%
 
CSCO
32.454
-0.066
-0.2020%
 
KO
46.01
-0.1
-0.22%
 
DD
83.93
0.00
0.00%
 
XOM
80.155
+0.065
+0.081%
 
GE
24.435
-0.025
-0.102%
 
GS
228.424
+0.894
+0.3931%
 
HD
157.89
+0.08
+0.05%
 
INTC
37.23
+0.23
+0.62%
 
IBM
144.49
-0.06
-0.04%
 
JNJ
134.86
-0.52
-0.38%
 
JPM
93.24
+0.32
+0.34%
 
MCD
156.57
-0.11
-0.07%
 
MRK
65.79
-0.2
-0.30%
 
MSFT
75.17
+0.01
+0.01%
 
NKE
53.05
-0.45
-0.84%
 
PFE
35.378
-0.173
-0.4852%
 
PG
93.94
+0.79
+0.85%
 
TRV
120.87
+0.15
+0.12%
 
UNH
195.53
-2.66
-1.34%
 
UTX
113.24
+0.47
+0.42%
 
VZ
48.885
+0.795
+1.653%
 
V
105.07
+0.24
+0.23%
 
WMT
79.99
-0.01
-0.01%
 
DIS
98.46
+0.36
+0.37%
 
S&P500
2505
+1.13
+0.05%
 
NASDAQ
6457.762
+3.123
+0.0484%
 
NYSE
12123.268
+11.817
+0.0976%
 
MMM
213.52
-0.24
-0.11%
 
AXP
88.66
+0.79
+0.90%
 
T
37.93
+0.51
+1.36%
 
BA
252.86
-0.22
-0.09%
 
CAT
124.515
+0.685
+0.5530%
 
CVX
115.8
+0.61
+0.53%
 
CSCO
32.454
-0.066
-0.2020%
 
KO
46.01
-0.1
-0.22%
 
DD
83.93
0.00
0.00%
 
XOM
80.155
+0.065
+0.081%
 
GE
24.435
-0.025
-0.102%
 
GS
228.424
+0.894
+0.3931%
 
HD
157.89
+0.08
+0.05%
 
INTC
37.23
+0.23
+0.62%
 
IBM
144.49
-0.06
-0.04%
 
JNJ
134.86
-0.52
-0.38%
 
JPM
93.24
+0.32
+0.34%
 
MCD
156.57
-0.11
-0.07%
 
MRK
65.79
-0.2
-0.30%
 
MSFT
75.17
+0.01
+0.01%
 
NKE
53.05
-0.45
-0.84%
 
PFE
35.378
-0.173
-0.4852%
 
PG
93.94
+0.79
+0.85%
 
TRV
120.87
+0.15
+0.12%
 
UNH
195.53
-2.66
-1.34%
 
UTX
113.24
+0.47
+0.42%
 
VZ
48.885
+0.795
+1.653%
 
V
105.07
+0.24
+0.23%
 
WMT
79.99
-0.01
-0.01%
 
DIS
98.46
+0.36
+0.37%
 

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How a Trade War with China Hurts U.S. Companies

North Korea conducted its 14th missile test of 2017 on Sept. 15, triggering an alert in Japan. The regime of dictator Kim Jong-un has also launched missiles near South Korea this year, tested a hydrogen bomb that experts say is several times more powerful than the two atomic bombs that were dropped on Japan in 1945, killed … Continue reading “How a Trade War with China Hurts U.S. Companies”

Apple Unveils Insanely Expensive iPhone X — What’s Next?

Analysts have been split over the recent announcement of Apple’s new $1,000 iPhone. Continually losing marketshare to its Android competitors, Apple has been recently struggling to develop new innovations to drive its smartphone line. Whether this new step in technology represents a positive step for the company and its present valuation remains to be seen. … Continue reading “Apple Unveils Insanely Expensive iPhone X — What’s Next?”

Are We Close to a Cashless Society?

The war on cash will impact the lives of every single man, woman and child on the planet; unfortunately, it doesn’t get nearly as much attention as it should. Following are some important developments over the last couple of months that highlight the fact that the world is steadily heading towards the day when using … Continue reading “Are We Close to a Cashless Society?”

A Hard Look at Hubspot — Is the Stock Worth It?

Founded in 2006, HubSpot (NYSE: HUBS) develops and markets software products for sales and inbound marketing. The Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company is a power player in content marketing, social media marketing, search engine optimization (SEO) and web analytics. HubSpot is currently priced at $73. The stock is $5 away from its 52-week high of $78.50. Don’t … Continue reading “A Hard Look at Hubspot — Is the Stock Worth It?”

7 Mistakes to Avoid When Doing Estate Planning

When it comes to planning for what happens to wealth after dying is not a task most people take on with relish. Estate planning is a reminder of one’s mortality – something most of us finds unpleasant. But, proper estate planning for high-wealth individuals is needed for a smooth transition of an estate. This whole … Continue reading “7 Mistakes to Avoid When Doing Estate Planning”

Should You Invest in a Wealth Coach?

Regardless of how you define wealth, it is definitely time to begin learning how to accumulate more for yourself. The world seems to be closing in on those without some form of wealth to trade with others and share with family. Despite this truth, many seem leery of an investment in wealth expertise. The industry … Continue reading “Should You Invest in a Wealth Coach?”

Potential Shifts in Spending as Commercial Real Estate Boom Slows

After years of booming growth in the commercial real estate market, there are signs that the prices have finally peaked and are beginning a downturn. Real estate decisions that were made quickly and efficiently in the past are now taking longer and requiring deeper consideration, an early indicator that a change is coming. While some … Continue reading “Potential Shifts in Spending as Commercial Real Estate Boom Slows”

How Hurricane Harvey Is Still Affecting the Stock Market

With the stock market sensitive to natural disasters, it’s time to take a look at how hurricane Harvey may impact the stock market in the United States. This is a natural disaster of historic proportions in the Houston, Texas and surrounding area. How this will play out in the US economy is yet to be … Continue reading “How Hurricane Harvey Is Still Affecting the Stock Market”

Why You Should Never Rule Out Having a Financial Advisor

Low fees and free reports are just two of the siren songs Do-it-Yourself (DIY) investing sites use to lure investors. Unless you are a financial expert or use DIY investing as a hobby, don’t be too quick in firing your investment advisor. Many studies show that DIY investors underperformed compared to investors using professionals. One … Continue reading “Why You Should Never Rule Out Having a Financial Advisor”

Despite Finances, Puerto Rico is Still Attracting Tourists

The island of Puerto Rico is battling one of the most severe economic crises in recent times. With an unemployment rate of more than 11 percent, the island is in dire financial straits. Forty-five percent of Puerto Rican residents live below the poverty line. Things have gotten so bad in Puerto Rico that the government … Continue reading “Despite Finances, Puerto Rico is Still Attracting Tourists”

Why Gas Prices Rise When Oil Prices Fall

Since Hurricane Harvey disrupted fuel production by taking out several refineries along the Gulf Coast, gasoline prices have been on the rise, with prices reaching a 2-year high on Aug. 28. Meanwhile, due to the nation’s crude oil reserves, crude futures fell by nearly 3 percent, which is the largest drop the U.S. has seen … Continue reading “Why Gas Prices Rise When Oil Prices Fall”

The RV Dealer You Didn’t Know Was Worth Investing In

Most people are surprised to learn RV culture is thriving in the United States. In general, people tend to think of RVs as relics of the past, but Camping World’s success is a testament to the opposite. The company’s second quarter earnings topped the street’s expectations by a significant margin. The question is whether Camping … Continue reading “The RV Dealer You Didn’t Know Was Worth Investing In”

Uber Has a CEO — What Does this Mean for the Company’s Future?

In the past few years, Uber has become the poster child for companies with solid fundamentals but problematic executive outlooks. Though the company itself has disrupted many major industries and become a heavyweight in the peer-to-peer services industry, it has not been able to grow its revenue in some time due to internal issues. After … Continue reading “Uber Has a CEO — What Does this Mean for the Company’s Future?”

Is Time Running Out for Gamestop?

GameStop is dipping down toward its 52-week low of $18.72, and for good reason. To say this video game retailer is struggling would be an understatement. If you have any confidence in GameStop’s business model, it is time to reassess your stance. Walk into any GameStop, check the prices of video games and consoles, pull … Continue reading “Is Time Running Out for Gamestop?”

How Hurricane Harvey is Hitting America’s Economy

The devastation Hurricane Harvey caused has been described by experts as simply unprecedented. The storm dropped over 11 trillion gallons of water on the state of Texas alone, and FEMA expects over 450,000 of the state’s residents to seek help from its agency. Additionally, the storm is also leaving a plethora of economic problems in … Continue reading “How Hurricane Harvey is Hitting America’s Economy”

Can Sports Betting Really Be an Asset Class? 

There are many different ways that people invest their money. Many of the common ways include a 401(k), IRA, real estate, and more. One method that has many hedge funds invest money for their clients is through asset classes, or groups of securities. These groups tend to have similar characteristics, and even behave in similar … Continue reading “Can Sports Betting Really Be an Asset Class? “

This Analyst Says Bitcoin’s Rally is Just the Beginning

Tom Lee, founder of Fundstrat and Wall Street stock market expert, understands Bitcoin is on the rise for investors – but believes the cryptocurrency is nowhere close to reaching its full potential, recently released a forecast betting that Bitcoin could rise as high as $6,000 per coin by mid-2018. This would be an increase of about … Continue reading “This Analyst Says Bitcoin’s Rally is Just the Beginning”