Instructure (NASDAQ: INST), the Utah-based SaaS company that’s best known for its Canvas platform that offers software solutions for universities and other educational institutions, continues to be one of the most undervalued (in my opinion) stocks in the software sector. By and large, Instructure offers investors nearly everything on the checklist of bullish factors for SaaS investments:....More>>>
Index providers Standard & Poor's and MSCI Inc. announced plans last year to reconfigure the telecommunications sector as communication services, a move that will result in the departure of some well-known companies from some popular consumer discretionary and technology exchange traded funds.
S&P Dow Jones Indices announced Thursday that the Communication Services Select Sector....More>>>
Prime Minister Theresa May is going to China, and she’s bringing the British business community with her.
The visit, which kicks off in earnest on Wednesday, is designed to boost ties with the world’s second largest economy ahead of Britain’s departure from the European Union.
“There are huge trade opportunities in China that we want to help British businesses....More>>>
Editor’s Note: Chris Johnson has worked in finance for more than 20 years, holding the titles Director of Research and Director of Quantitative Analysis (“quants” are kind of like the rocket scientists of investing) at a well-known equity and options research firm. You’re going to be hearing a lot more from him soon, but he wanted us to get in touch right away with this....More>>>
There’s a seeming contradiction when it comes to Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL). Apple stock now sits just off an all-time high. Last Thursday, its market capitalization hit $934 billion — the highest ever for a U.S. company. The iPhone is the most profitable product ever created — and it’s driven huge returns in AAPL stock, which has nearly tripled over the past five years and....More>>>