Niraj Shah, CEO, Wayfair Ashlee Espinal | CNBC Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Foot Locker — The retail stock surged more than 20% after it appointed former Ulta Beauty head Mary Dillon as its chief executive officer, replacing Richard Johnson. Foot Locker also reported a smaller-than-expected drop in comparable sales for
While virtually every financial advisor will steer you away from these picks, invariably, investors eventually gravitate toward cheap penny stocks to buy. Some might end their fascination with the topic at the investigatory stage. Others, though, will take the leap of faith. Before we move forward, these ideas are simply that: wild bursts of speculation.
As central banks around the world have been aggressively raising interest rates to combat inflation, Turkey’s central bank is taking a very different approach. Despite inflation soaring to nearly 80%, Turkey’s central bank announced it has decided to cut its interest rate from 14% to 13%. It had been at 14% for the past seven months. Analysts had
In this article BBWI CSIQ EL TPR BJ KSS Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Kohl’s (KSS) – Kohl’s shares slid 7.2% in the premarket after the retailer cut its full-year forecast due to increased promotional activity and higher costs. Kohl’s most recent quarter beat Street forecasts for revenue and profit. BJ’s
The phrase “tech stocks that pay dividends” almost seems like an oxymoron. After all, aren’t most high-growth tech companies burning through cash on their way to profitability? That’s a common misconception. There are plenty of tech stocks that pay dividends while still growing revenue at a brisk pace. For example, in 2021, 44 of the 76
(Click here to subscribe to the Delivering Alpha newsletter.) When Peter Kraus founded Aperture Investors, he deviated from the traditional active management model. Rather than raking in fixed fees, Kraus’ $3.8 billion firm operates on a fee structure linked to performance, charging 30 percent of alpha. That’s higher than the industry standard but since inception, about half
In this article CSCO BBBY BJ WOLF WBA Check out the companies making the biggest moves midday: Cisco Systems — Shares of the networking equipment producer jumped 5.8%. The company reported earnings after the bell on Wednesday that beat estimates. Cisco also provided a better-than-expected forecast for 2023. Bed Bath & Beyond — The latest
Amid July’s surprisingly robust jobs report, the popular internet search term “tech layoffs 2022” presents a sharp contrast to the underlying enthusiasm. Yes, from a broader perspective, employment may be rising. However, a large chunk of the higher-paying opportunities — particularly in the technology sphere — have considerably faded. While the narrative might not make
IKEA is a Swedish multinational company that was founded in 1943 by 17-year-old Ingvar Kamprad. It is one of the world’s largest privately-held companies and has been the world’s largest furniture retailer since 2008. The majority of IKEA outlets are controlled by the holding company INGKA Holding, which is owned by the Stichting INGKA Foundation. The
Source: Shutterstock Currently, solar stocks are staging an enormous breakout. And our fundamental and technical analysis indicates this is just the beginning of a massive 50% melt-up! Indeed, the fundamental setup for solar stocks is ideal right now. New solar installations hit a record-high 50% of all new electricity-generation capacity additions last quarter. And just
Oil has corrected from highs with concerns related to global economic growth. However, it’s unlikely that oil will witness a deep correction considering supply and geo-political factors. The surge in oil price has translated into swelling cash flows for oil and gas exploration companies. With dividend growth in the last few quarters, there are several