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Sonos Stock Shoots Up As Analysts Give it an Upgrade

Sonos, currently priced at 13.25 per share, makes wireless audio systems sold at the higher end of the price spectrum. The stock recently popped after an analyst upgrade. Though Sonos was priced at $21 in September of 2018, it appears as though the stock is on the upswing. Sonos has been publicly traded for merely … Continue reading “Sonos Stock Shoots Up As Analysts Give it an Upgrade”

Facebook and Twitter Confirm China is Manipulating Social Media

In the wake of Hong Kong protests, China has been using Twitter and Facebook for its disinformation campaigns. The Chinese government has reportedly launched what is appeared to be a coordinated disinformation campaign, which is intended to sow political discord in Hong Kong. Both Facebook and Twitter have taken action to remove the accounts responsible … Continue reading “Facebook and Twitter Confirm China is Manipulating Social Media”

How a High Minimum Wage Hike Changed This California City

Raising minimum wage has been a controversial topic, and it’s likely to be a leading topic in the upcoming presidential elections. As of 2019, the lowest state minimum wage is $7.25, while the highest state minimum wage is Washington at $11.50 an hour. Many believe that minimum wage should be at least $15. Supporters of … Continue reading “How a High Minimum Wage Hike Changed This California City”

Disney’s Stock Surges as it Expands Media Dominance

Disney (DIS) has been a stock market darling across the past six months. Disney’s stock was priced around $110 this past February. Today, the stock sells for $133.57. Much of Disney’s recent success can be attributed to the merit of its movies. Disney has had one blockbuster hit after another in theaters across the globe. … Continue reading “Disney’s Stock Surges as it Expands Media Dominance”

Is the Electric Car Revolution Coming?

Electric cars are coming — at least that’s what we’ve been told since about 2007. Sure, they’ve come. There’s been the Nissan Leaf, the Chevy Volt, and who can forget about the entire Tesla brand. But when they’ve come, while they’ve garnered a lot of press, they haven’t amounted in very many sales. In fact, … Continue reading “Is the Electric Car Revolution Coming?”

Campbell Soup’s Stock is No Longer a Safe Bet

Campbell Soup Company (CPB) currently sells for $41.68 per share. The stock has hovered between $35 and $65 for the past five years. This consumer packaged-goods company has acquired its fair share of businesses in recent years in an effort to stay modern with diverse food offerings. Though Campbell Soup is certainly one of the … Continue reading “Campbell Soup’s Stock is No Longer a Safe Bet”

Is Debt Really a Dating Deal Breaker?

Think about this for a moment: when you’re dating (or in any relationship), what were some of the important things you sought in a significant other? A good sense of humor? Mutual interests? A warm smile? A good listener? Now, conversely, take a moment to think about what are (or were) your dating deal breakers. … Continue reading “Is Debt Really a Dating Deal Breaker?”

Dunkin Brands Group (DNKN) is Falling Behind the Breakfast Game

Dunkin Brands Group (DNKN) sales and profits have spiked higher and higher even as traffic has leveled off at its Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins restaurants. The company’s latest quarterly results show revenue of $359.3 million as compared to $350.6 million in the same quarter from the year prior. The company’s operating income increased nearly 8% … Continue reading “Dunkin Brands Group (DNKN) is Falling Behind the Breakfast Game”

Fedex Pulls Back on Its Amazon Delivery Services

USPS, UPS, FedEx: there’s hardly a delivery service that Amazon hasn’t leveraged in its pursuit of speed. Yet, these delivery services are apparently fatigued by Amazon’s fast-paced deliveries. FedEx has ended its ground deliveries contract with Amazon, hoping to instead fill the vacancy with consumer goods. What does this bode for the future of the … Continue reading “Fedex Pulls Back on Its Amazon Delivery Services”

Reasons Why Many Investors are PANICKING Right Now

Stock market volatility is becoming the new normal. The last few days have experienced some wild market swings, with global markets in panic mode. In the past, these types of fluctuations have led to crashes. Yet instead of a full scale crash, the market instead seems to have entered into a sustained period of volatility. … Continue reading “Reasons Why Many Investors are PANICKING Right Now”

Trade Wars: China RETALIATES Against U.S. Tariffs — What This Means

There’s been a trade war brewing with China for quite some time, but the Asian nation made some significant news earlier this month when it punched back — and punched back forcefully — on new tariffs that the United States began imposing. Like we said, trade tensions between the U.S. and China have been building … Continue reading “Trade Wars: China RETALIATES Against U.S. Tariffs — What This Means”

With Interest Rates at a Three-Year Low, Is Now the Time to Refinance?

On the heels of the Fed cutting interest rates, mortgage interest rates dipped to a three-year low recently. In fact, the average rate as of August 2 on a 30-year fixed mortgage loan is 3.75 percent — the lowest the rate has been since November 2016. Noting this, many homeowners might be tempted to explore … Continue reading “With Interest Rates at a Three-Year Low, Is Now the Time to Refinance?”

After Months of Growth, Yeti’s Stock is Still A Buy

A single share of Yeti Holdings Inc (YETI) is currently selling for $36 and change. It is quite remarkable that the stock was selling for a mere $16 back in January of 2019. A substantial portion of the stock’s increase occurred in the past month. YETI was trading around $29 per share back in early … Continue reading “After Months of Growth, Yeti’s Stock is Still A Buy”

This Tweet Sent the Dow Sliding 600 Points

In short-term, investor confidence drives the market more than fundamentals, even if fundamentals generally win in the long-term. Unfortunately, that means that the stock market can be heavily influenced by just about anything, including social media. Though the White House had previously said that the talks between the U.S. and China had been constructive, they … Continue reading “This Tweet Sent the Dow Sliding 600 Points”

Capital One Reports Leak of Social Security Info and Financial Accounts

Capital One has reported that there’s been a leak of its customers’ information, a significant leak that includes social security numbers and financial information. This comes on the heels of the big Equifax controversy, under which Equifax was required to pay out $700 million. Capital One customers should be aware of this threat. The hack … Continue reading “Capital One Reports Leak of Social Security Info and Financial Accounts”

Don’t Count On A.O. Smith Corp Being a Growth Stock for Long

A.O. Smith Corp (AOS) currently trades at $43.82 per share. This “growth stock” is down for the year, yet it has quite the impressive 5-year chart. The company’s earnings increased at a 25% compound yearly rate across the past nine years. However, earnings for this year are likely to increase by a mere 4% as … Continue reading “Don’t Count On A.O. Smith Corp Being a Growth Stock for Long”

Experts Agree: You Should Max Out Your 401K (or IRA) Early

Retirement is a hot topic right now, namely because most Americans aren’t saving enough for their twilight years or aren’t saving anything at all. Yes, as we’ve covered extensively in this space before — only about 10 percent of all Americans are confident that they’ll have enough sacked away to live out their retirement years … Continue reading “Experts Agree: You Should Max Out Your 401K (or IRA) Early”

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