SAN FRANCISCO A self-driving car flipped on its side seems guaranteed to make humans think twice about riding with a robot.
Never mind that Uber’s accident last weekend in Tempe, Ariz., was the result of a human failing to yield andsmacking into the autonomous Volvo. Despite the lack of serious injuries, thatimage aloneraises questions about both our acceptance of self-driving tech....More>>>
The downstream business of Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM) is in a soup as lower refining margins in recent months have taken a heavy toll on the performance of this segment. In fact, last quarter, Exxon’s downstream segment took a hit of $850 million to its earnings on account on weak refining margins as compared to the year-ago period. This slashed the downstream business’ earnings in almost....More>>>
There are numerous trading techniques to consider for each and every options trade, so Fred Oltarsh at Options Strategy Network details five of the ones he considers extremely vital for trying to put the percentages in the trader’s favor.
The key to trading options contracts successfully (individual stocks and futures as well) is to put the percentages in your favor. This involves....More>>>
Goldman Sachs analyst Noah Poponak and team like the defense sector but have some concerns about Lockheed Martin (LMT), particularly its valuation. They explain:
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We continue to hold an Attractive sector view on Defense, where Lockheed is the bellwether and owns one of the Pentagons fastest growing programs in the F-35. However, the remainder of the portfolio....More>>>
The Paradise Papers leak this past Sunday wasn't shocking.
If anything, the varied revelations about what celebrities and corporations use offshore tax shelters only further justify the general public's long-standing suspicion that the rich and powerful cheat on their taxes.<
DIS,NFLX,SNAP,Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) stocksaw an uptick in spite of disappointing Q4 earnings results. Can DIS stock keep rising from here?,
Media and entertainment conglomerate Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) reported its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings on Thursday, after the market close which was disappointing on almost all fronts. The House of Mouse missed both the top and bottom line numbers and had initially slipped in the
Alphabet (GOOGL) doesn't seem like your typical growth stock, considering it opened at $1,030.99 this morning (Oct. 27, 2017). But Wall Street is overlooking the explosive potential our tech guru sees…
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