This quarterly earnings report we will see the first year-over-year profit decline in 10 years. That brings us back to a time before even the iPod was part of Apple’s earnings.
Gold prices have been melting down recently, and Charles Sizemore says that you shouldn’t dabble in the precious metal until the dust settles.
Walmart stock has been on a tear in 2013, outperforming the S&P. But is disappointing retail data a bad sign for investors? Charles Sizemore says no way.
So are we in deep trouble as quantitative easing seems to be on the chopping block. Not really, since Federal Reserve minutes that are slightly more hawkish shouldn’t be construed as firm action that will impact investors anytime soon. There will be short term reactions, but longer term there are bigger things to worry about until the Fed shows it is closer to action.
Charles Sizemore and Jeff Reeves weigh in on their top stocks for 2013 – Intel and Daimler. Both have big dividends and great long-term potential, but for very different reasons.
LinkedIn stock has soared after blowout earnings, racing up almost 19% intraday on Friday. But while earnings are great and LinkedIn has a solid business model, the valuation may mean the ship has sailed on this stock for the time being.
Smartphone stocks Apple, Research In Motion and Google are all in the midst of some big news surrounding earnings and products, from the AAPL dud on Wednesday to Google’s strong earnings a few days before to the upcoming BlackBerry 10 launch party. So what’s the trade?
Five of the best stocks for 2013 include Qualcomm, the Greece ETF GREK, Vale, Intel and Mylan. Charles Sizemore and I break down what we think about each of these plays and their hopes for big gains by Dec. 31.
Five of the best stocks for 2013 include Two Harbors, FEMSA, Sherwin-Williams, Great Lakes Dredge and Docks and Daimler. Find out what Charles Sizemore and I think of each one of these selections.
Facebook has stabilized, Twitter could have a successful IPO, cloud computing and Web. 20 is the only place for growth… oh yeah, and the GSVC closed-end fund trades at a 35% discount right now.