My investment thesis on American Airlines Group (NASDAQ:AAL) for a while now has suggested the market was overlooking the new profit focus on the airline. The theory was further backed by the recent large-scale investments by Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.B) and backed by Warren Buffett.
The stock though has struggled to gain much traction since the peak back in 2015. Is the market so....More>>>
February 27, 2017: Markets opened lower Monday but picked up steam shortly after the bell and rose fairly steadily throughout the day. Energy and real estate were the leading gainers while telecom and consumer staples were the laggards. WTI crude oil for April delivery settled at $54.05 a barrel, up 6 cents on the day. April gold added 50 cents on the day to settle at $1,258.80. Equities were headed....More>>>
U.S. drivers know that they’re getting a bargain when they are paying around $2.20 for a gallon of gasoline. Just a few years ago gasoline averaged almost $4.00 a gallon in the United States and everyone felt the pinch.
Cheap gasoline prices are relative. Some countries, like Venezuela and Saudi Arabia, have vast oil reserves and support domestic demand with subsidies paid for the country’s....More>>>
What a year 2016 was for Infinera (NASDAQ:INFN) shareholders. The stock plunged over 50% last year, as its multiyear run of accelerating 20%-30% growth rates ground to a halt. The story changed from that of a high-growth technology company riding the secular trend of exploding data and bandwidth needs to one of stagnating revenues, profits turning to losses, increased competition, and end....More>>>
UBS analysts Colin Langan and Eddie Hsieh explain why they expect Tesla Motors’ (TSLA) “third-quarter good news to turn bad in the fourth quarter”:
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We see Tesla’s guidance for positive GAAP net income in Q4 as very challenging. ExcludingZero Emission Vehicle credits, Q3′s $0.71 profit would have been a $0.18 loss.....More>>>