"Anyone who claims to stand for free markets, free trade, and limited government but who attempts to defend the existence or importance of the Federal Reserve or central banking is a liar. Either you support free markets and freedom of pricing …
The stock market did well after Trump won the presidency even after his inauguration He had promised business friendly policies, such as deregulation, a huge …
I personally like to invest in growth stocks, but Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) has always seemed too hot to handle. The stock's valuations never seem justified by its earnings, yet it's rallied almost 900% over the past five years. The bulls usually …
Value investing is easily one of the most popular ways to find great stocks in any market environment. After all, who wouldn’t want to find stocks that are either flying under the radar and are compelling buys, or offer up tantalizing …
Ever heard of bone broth? At least as a term, bone broth is relatively new, popularized — even hipsterized — by the rise of the Paleo diet, which focuses on the consumption of meat, fish, vegetables and fruit, or the kinds of foods that may …
Shares of Seattle, Washington-based Amazon.com, Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN) are at its all-time highs and have gained almost 5% in the last five trading sessions alone. On the 31st of March, AMZN stock closed at $886.90 after an intra-day high …
Below is a letter I sent to the Financial Accounting Standards Board that was posted on its Web site. It explains and debunks the standard arguments against expensing stock options. Since the letter was written, the accounting rules for …
If you’re under water on Snap shares since the company went public, there’s a pretty good chance you’re a millennial. The stock of Snapchat’s parent company has been on a roller-coaster ride since its market debut last week, surging more …
It’s a nice problem to have, but it’s still a problem. Stocks have soared so high that a cautious person might start worrying about oxygen supply. In January, the Dow Jones industrial average reached 20,000 for the first time. It crossed the …
Reading a stock table is a way to gain insight into the performance of a particular stock's performance. Viewing a stock table can help you determine if you want to invest in that stock or not. However, if you are unable to properly read a