Under Armour’s (UA) class-C shares tumbled to the bottom of the S&P 500 today after the company announced layoffs at its Connected Fitness unit.
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Under Armour’s class-C shares dropped 3.2% to $18.43, while the S&P 500. Under Armour’s (UAA) class-A shares fell 2% to $19.86.
Under Armour fired about 24 employees....More>>>
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To really appreciate the potential upside of Heat Biologics, we have to take a step back and look at it from a distance. As you can see, while the July/August surge spent the next two months cooling off, the technical support....More>>>
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If you want your portfolio to grow with American business, and don’t want to choose individual stocks, a S&P 500 index fund could be a smart choice for you. In fact, legendary investor Warren Buffett has said several times that low-cost index fund investing is the smartest way to go for most people, and he has mentioned S&P 500 index funds as a bet on the future of U.S. growth.