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President Donald Trump is going to Davos for the World Economic Forum — and he’s taking many members of his cabinet with him. Davos is famous for being a gathering of heads of state as well as CEOs and other high-powered corporate executives. Considering Trump’s “drain the swamp” platform, it is a bit eye-raising that he will....More>>>

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*For simplicity purposes, I reference the ticker GOOG as the Class C stock throughout the report, which is priced at about $806 as of 1/18/2017. The fundamental valuation principles and investment thesis still apply in the same way as Class A stock.

Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) is a long opportunity capable of generating high shareholder returns over the next 12 to 18 months....More>>>

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Sears CEO Eddie Lampert passionately defendedhis strategy for rehabilitating the troubled department-store chain on Thursday, as the retailer fends off mounting speculation that it is headed toward bankruptcy.

The typically press-shy Lampert said in a blog post that the company is fighting like hell to turn the corner, repeating a phrase that he delivered a day earlier in a rare interview....More>>>

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Short seller Jim Chanos of Kynikos Associates offered his latest short at the SALT conference in Las Vegas today: Cheniere Energy (LNG).

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One of the big problems for Cheniere is that there has been no increase in demand for liquefied natural gas despite an increase in supply. “The great LNG demand dream has been a pipe dream, but supply keeps coming,”....More>>>

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An upbeat reading on U.S. retail sales isnt enough to keep U.S. stock indices from tanking today. The Dow dropped more than 200points in late afternoon market action.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 1.19% and the S&P 500 fell 1% while the Nasdaq Composite fell 0.6%.

Energy and financial shares in the S&P 500 led the declines with....More>>>