Month: November 2019

Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) unveiled its pickup truck on Nov. 21 in Los Angeles. The newest car from the electric vehicle manufacturer could go a long way to Tesla stock finally hitting $400. Source: Hadrian / Shutterstock.com Is a third time the charm? I think so. Here’s why.  Ford and GM Running Scared The three major Detroit
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We score 213 highly liquid funds on their short-term holding costs. You can use exchange-traded funds to invest or you can use them to speculate. This survey of ETFs is aimed at the latter purpose. The survey ranks funds in 21 different categories, from short-term government bonds to emerging market stocks, on their three-month holding
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Despite the challenge of a mature smartphone market, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock continues to be on a tear in 2019. Apple stock closed down yesterday and is little changed today, but AAPL stock is still up a whopping 67% this year. Some analysts believe that Apple stock can still rise further. On Wednesday, Morgan Stanley set
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Google parent Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) is one of the largest, most widely followed companies in the market. On Oct. 28, GOOGL  released third-quarter earnings that failed to impress analysts. Yet Alphabet stock is still up about 24% in 2019. Source: rvlsoft / Shutterstock.com In my opinion, it’s not an opportunistic time for long-term investors to buy Google
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Cannabis stocks received a much needed bump this week on news that a congressional committee approved a bill to end federal marijuana prohibition – for the first time in history. “The vote was mostly symbolic and is just the first step toward full legalization,” says Jason Wilson, banking and cannabis expert at ETFMG Alternative Harvest
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Howard Stern Kevin Mazur | Getty Images Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei believes the company is well positioned to capitalize on the growing popularity of podcasts and other audio content. Maffei, who joined CNBC’s David Faber from Liberty’s investor day in New York, said that while there is competition for audio content, exclusive agreements should
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People walk by the Nordstrom men’s store, the company’s first-ever Manhattan location in midtown at 57th and Broadway on April 12, 2018 in New York City. Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Shares of Nordstrom rose about 8% after the retailer delivered third-quarter results that beat analyst estimates on both
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In the current social environment, justifying an investment in Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM) represents a tall order. First, the concept of big corporations has fallen out of favor with the millennial generation. Second, Exxon stock is emblematic of a bygone era. Today, people care not just about a company’s production quality, but its environmental impact. Source:
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