It’s been a wild two weeks on Wall Street after a historic period of calm.
The Dow started in the red on Thursday, the sixth straight day of losses at the opening bell. The Dow opened down about 100 points, or 0.4%.
Wall Street is attempting to stage a lasting rebound from Monday, when fears about the bond market sent the Dow plunging a record 1,175 points.
For the past year, the restaurant industry has struggled as foot traffic has been trending lower. Generally bucking the trend, though, has been the upscale casual-dining segment. Shareholders ofThe Cheesecake Factory (NASDAQ:CAKE)have been benefactors of that trend over the last year. With continued positive expectations for that segment of hospitality through this year, it’s time to dig into....More>>>
Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity. -Seneca
Authors Note: A more detailed research recommendation report on this sector will appear in our SA Marketplace site The House Edge after oral arguments are heard.
Two weeks from now, the US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the landmark case: Christie vs. Professional & Amateur Sports Protection Act (1992)....More>>>
Since Last Time
I have taken a long break since I last wrote on my favorite holding, Career Education Corporation (CECO). Every article I’ve written has received, at best, a lukewarm response. Few seem interested, least of which Wall Street. On the last two earnings calls, no analysts were present. The company continues to get no serious research; almost nobody but myself actually....More>>>
Last week, I explained “Why I’m Loading Up On The Most Hated Sector In The Stock Market” – natural gas producers.
With Q1 earnings reports on the books for the SCARE companies – Southwestern (SWN), Cabot (COG), Antero (AR), Range (RRC) and (EQT) – there’s plenty of news to follow up on. In this article, I’ll review the notable highlights from....More>>>