Latest News

Uber, Lyft, and Other IPOs Delayed by Government Shutdown

It’s an unintended consequence of the government shutdown: new filings for IPOs are expiring. Investors may be disappointed to find out that the IPO they were considering isn’t going to be offered on time, including the contentious Uber and its spiritual sibling Lyft. But what does that mean for the eager IPO investor? And when … Continue reading “Uber, Lyft, and Other IPOs Delayed by Government Shutdown”

Investors Must Consider Turtle Beach Next

Video game accessory maker Turtle Beach (NYSE: HEAR), headquartered in San Diego, saw its stock climb by about 10 percent — prompting investors of all stripes to take a closer look and it’s potential down the line. They are correct to do so. Let’s explore why that is. The recent uptick in Turtle Beach’s stock … Continue reading “Investors Must Consider Turtle Beach Next”

The WWE Just Became an Even Better Buy for Investors

World Wrestling Entertainment (NYSE: WWE), formerly known as the World Wrestling Federation is on the verge of its best year ever. WWE has a slew of new TV contracts and a revitalized XFL football league waiting in the wings. WWE’s TV deals are extremely valuable, helping propel company revenue in excess of $655 million across … Continue reading “The WWE Just Became an Even Better Buy for Investors”

Competition Rises Among the Big Streaming Services

As Netflix raises its streaming prices yet again, many consumers are starting to notice a troubling trend: streaming services are going the way of cable television. Yet this may not be true moving forward, as competition is about to heat up regarding the streaming services that are available. The future of streaming may very well … Continue reading “Competition Rises Among the Big Streaming Services”

Sears May Rebound from Certain Destruction

To the surprise of many, Sears may not be entirely dead yet. Sears has had an incredibly volatile year, with a sequence of difficult decisions, a number of stores closing, and a declaration of bankruptcy. However, a new agreement with Eddie Lampert may save the store — leaving many to question whether there is a … Continue reading “Sears May Rebound from Certain Destruction”

The Housing Market in 2019: A Buyer’s Market?

As you may recall, the housing market was on fire for most of 2018. Inventory was low, prices were high, and it was truly a “seller’s market.” Many factors were responsible for this trend, and low interest rates is arguably the most significant one that prompted buyers to seek a new home. Then, around June, … Continue reading “The Housing Market in 2019: A Buyer’s Market?”

Autodesk Bounces Back After Steep December Drop

Autodesk (ADSK) is currently priced at $135 per share. The stock dipped about 10 percent this past December in unison with the rest of the market. Autodesk jumped right back, gaining nearly 8 percent through the start of the new year. Investors willing to tolerate volatility should consider adding Autodesk to their portfolio. Here’s why. … Continue reading “Autodesk Bounces Back After Steep December Drop”

80% of Workers Live Paycheck-to-Paycheck: How to Dig Out of This

At the time of writing, Congressional Democrats and Republicans are still far apart on a funding deal that has kept the government in a partial shutdown for nearly 24 days. We’ll let you decide what side is to blame for the current shutdown, but amid the partial shutdown, we’ve seen numerous stories about the hundreds … Continue reading “80% of Workers Live Paycheck-to-Paycheck: How to Dig Out of This”

Federal Reserve Chairman Dismisses Recession Concerns for 2019

With the stock market shaking about wildly as 2018 came to a close, many Americans have been led to believe that the explosion of economic growth in the Trump era may soon come crashing to a cataclysmic end. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell disagrees, and made that clear during his conversation with Economic Club president … Continue reading “Federal Reserve Chairman Dismisses Recession Concerns for 2019”

These are the Best Looking Jobs for 2019

With hiring freezes spreading, a recession on the horizon, and the stock market veering wildly, many individuals are now focusing on their personal career growth. A lot of industries have experienced change and disruption in recent years, with many moving away from employers and towards gig economies, and many employers moving away from employees and … Continue reading “These are the Best Looking Jobs for 2019”

Airspace Regulations Present More Problems for Drone Technology

Technology once limited only to the military is now available in every hobby store. Drone technology has grown in leaps and bounds over the last decade, providing longer flight times, easier control, and advanced features such as automatic stabilization. Unfortunately, this is also presenting problems for both lawmakers and hobbyists, as both struggle to figure … Continue reading “Airspace Regulations Present More Problems for Drone Technology”

Video Game Giant Electronic Arts Stages Unexpected Comeback

Electronic Arts (EA) is still a powerhouse in the video game industry even if some of its most successful gaming franchises are a bit antiquated. The past year has been challenging for video game publishers and console makers aside from Nintendo. The company’s Switch console has emerged as the trendy hardware of the year. Unfortunately, … Continue reading “Video Game Giant Electronic Arts Stages Unexpected Comeback”

Invitae Recovers from its December Market Beating

Invitae (NVTA) is on fire following a rough December. The company’s latest operating results have sent the stock soaring from $10 to just under $14. Invitae, a leading genetics testing company, has reached triple digit growth in terms of sales as well as revenue. The company’s latest financial results come on the heels of three … Continue reading “Invitae Recovers from its December Market Beating”

The Dow’s Tumultuous New Year Leaves Analysts Guessing

From Christmas to New Year, the Dow couldn’t stop making headlines. Crashing and rising at record levels, the stock market’s losses and gains are likely to be setting the scene for a tumultuous new year. Yet much of the rising and falling likely had to do with investor reactivity; it remains to be seen how … Continue reading “The Dow’s Tumultuous New Year Leaves Analysts Guessing”

Divorce Laws Saw Important Changes for 2019

As we’re still lingering around the holiday season, forgive us for this post on a most not-joyous subject. However, we need to talk about divorce and some key changes coming down the pike come January 1, 2019. These changes affect people who are in the middle of a divorce and not those who have already … Continue reading “Divorce Laws Saw Important Changes for 2019”

These are the IPOs to Watch Out for in 2019

With stock market volatility becoming the norm, many investors are now looking towards investing in IPOs. Getting in on the ground floor of a successful IPO can have a lot of advantages, as many successful companies end up undervalued during their first round. Here are a few of the IPOs that investors are talking about … Continue reading “These are the IPOs to Watch Out for in 2019”

Is a Cash-Less Society Imminent? No So Fast…

It seems like every so often, there’s discussion about why change is still used as currency. Change – as in pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters. With very few items costing less than a dollar these days (not to mention more and more people turning to credit cards and digital payments), change has become somewhat obsolete … Continue reading “Is a Cash-Less Society Imminent? No So Fast…”

Most Popular

These content links are provided by Content.ad. Both Content.ad and the web site upon which the links are displayed may receive compensation when readers click on these links. Some of the content you are redirected to may be sponsored content. View our privacy policy here.

To learn how you can use Content.ad to drive visitors to your content or add this service to your site, please contact us at info@content.ad.

Family-Friendly Content

Website owners select the type of content that appears in our units. However, if you would like to ensure that Content.ad always displays family-friendly content on this device, regardless of what site you are on, check the option below. Learn More



Most Popular

These content links are provided by Content.ad. Both Content.ad and the web site upon which the links are displayed may receive compensation when readers click on these links. Some of the content you are redirected to may be sponsored content. View our privacy policy here.

To learn how you can use Content.ad to drive visitors to your content or add this service to your site, please contact us at info@content.ad.

Family-Friendly Content

Website owners select the type of content that appears in our units. However, if you would like to ensure that Content.ad always displays family-friendly content on this device, regardless of what site you are on, check the option below. Learn More