If Apple’s forecasts are correct, the actual sales figures will boost the company’s share price dramatically. With Apple expected to produce massive quantities of iPhones in 2017-1818, the company could be preparing for a huge round of sales, writes Shiran Herzberg of eToro.
Stefanie Kammerman, the Stock Whisperer, to tell you the Whisper of the Week: SPDR Gold Trust ETF, XLU, Dominion Energy, LSCC and Zynga in my weekly Thursday video under six minutes and my transcript. And recaps of last time: GLD, AAPL, LUV.
Stefanie Kammerman, the Stock Whisperer, to tell you the Whisper of the Week: SPDR Gold Trust ETF, Apple and Southwest Airlines in my weekly Thursday video under six minutes and my transcript. And recaps of last time: Financial Sector Select SPDR Fund ETF and Kroger.
Matthew Kerkhoff, options expert and editor of Dow Theory Letters, concludes his 14-part educational series on understanding options and their role in investment portfolios. Our sincerest thanks to Matt for sharing his insights and knowledge to help our readers understand the world of options.
Matthew Kerkhoff, options expert and editor of Dow Theory Letters, continues his 14-part educational series on understanding options and their role in investment portfolios. This series will run each Friday on MoneyShow.com, concluding with the final segment on Friday, December 29th.
Matthew Kerkhoff, options expert and editor of Dow Theory Letters, continues his 14-part educational series on understanding options and their role in investment portfolios. This series will run each Friday on MoneyShow.com through December, moving from the basics through increasingly more sophisticated strategies.
This is the story of O’Neill and his systematic approach to growth stock investing, writes Nicholas Vardy, editor of The Global Guru and other leading newsletters.
The two-year bond has been selling off at an accelerated clip since mid-September because inflation appears to be picking up and the Fed is expected to raise rates in December, writes Don Kaufman, co-founder of TheoTrade.
Matthew Kerkhoff, options expert and editor of Dow Theory Letters, has written an exceptional 14-part educational series on understanding options and their role in investment portfolios. His series begins this week with the basics of calls and puts. Each Friday on MoneyShow.com through December, Matt will delve into increasingly more sophisticated strategies.
Stay focused on growthier sectors, attractive higher-yielding stocks, bonds with greater credit risk, and companies off the beaten path that have compelling stories to tell, writes Mike Larson, senior analyst at Weiss Ratings.
Apple (AAPL) is the world's leading personal technology company; virtually every home in North America now has at least one Apple product, asserts Glenn Rogers, contributing editor to Internet Wealth Builder.
The technology sector seems to be the darling of 2017; however, I see signs that Apple (AAPL) may be headed for trouble during the next 3 to 6 month stretch, cautions Joon Choi, contributing editor to Signalert's Systems & Forecasts.
Gold which may be finished with the correction and looking for a close above $1342 to confirm another shot to $1375 or oil as Brent charges toward $55 barrel and WTI breaks $48.63 overnight with risk of $51, writes Bob Savage, CEO of Track Research in his Wednesday commentary.
I’m less excited about Apple stock than I’ve been in years, and the current valuation demands more clairvoyance than I possess, writes Vitaliy N. Katsenelson, CFA. He is Chief Investment Officer at Investment Management Associates.
Richard Croft, contributing editor to The Income Investor, outlines how to use the bull put spread and bear call spread. Look for more Trading Lessons each Friday from MoneyShow.com trading contributors.
Sentiment is what drives the markets most of the time, because most market participants don’t have the first clue about fundamental valuations. If they did the market indices would be nowhere near their current levels, says Kelley Wright, editor of Investment Quality Trends.
Implied volatility changes are one of the critical risk factors for many options trades. We may also use our predictions of implied volatility changes as the basis of our trade, explains Kerry Given, PhD, founder of Parkwood Capital.
Dividend growth stocks are public companies that have shown a track record of successive year-over-year increases in their dividend payments to shareholders, says David Fabian, editor of The Flexible Growth & Income Advisor.
If the U.S. launches a preemptive strike on North Korea, I think stocks will fall about 10%. I also give that a 10% chance of occurring. With this new chance creeping into the market, stocks sold off, asserts Don Kaufman, Co-Founder of TheoTrade.
If you were to take a poll of investors who've traded options, you’d probably find the majority of them have traded single stock options, notes options expert Jay Sosoff, editor of Investor Alley’s The Market Cap.