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Nine years ago, Randy Kurtz made an extraordinary bet on himself, the stock market and his ability to pick a few winners. He hung out a shingle for his money management firm and made the following promise to investors: If his investments underperformed …
New York Times · ByRon Lieber · 4/18/2014
You have probably never heard of Bart Mackay, a 57-year-old Las Vegas lawyer who works on various ventures like Dot Vegas, which operates the .Vegas top-level domain. But on paper, Mackay is the first pot stock billionaire. Mackay’s holdings in …
Forbes · ByNathan Vardi · 3/12/2014
China's housing bubble is starting to pop, so, right on cue, its stock bubble is starting to re-inflate. Now they're nowhere near their 2007 highs—in fact, they're barely halfway there—but Chinese stocks are still looking plenty frothy right now.
Washington Post · 3/31/2015
Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) in the late 1990s is typical of what usually happens. Its stock split three times in the 1998-1999 bull market. On the second, a 3-for-1 split in January 1999, the stock shot up 50% in a week to a price near a December 1999 …
Investor's Business Daily · 7/14/2015
Grocery-store chain Kroger Co. became the second big company to announce a stock split this week, a move intended as a hat tip to its employees, its chief executive told CFO Journal. Kroger announced the 2-for-1 split at its annual shareholder meeting in ...
The Wall Street Journal · 6/25/2015
It's the execution that's tricky. Plenty of market veterans have rules, formulas and even superstitions, when it comes to when to sell a stock. A legendary Chicago bond trader told me years ago his trick. If he wasn't making money by 9 am, he'd sell and go ...
CNN Money · 4/5/2013
In recent days, I’ve come across many accounts in the financial press of investors preparing for a downturn in stocks. On Wednesday, my colleague Steve Sears penned a piece for this Website detailing how over the past 10 days, investors have been …
Barron's · ByJohn Kimelman · 6/19/2015
SAN FRANCISCO -- Google is poised to split its stock using an unusual method aimed at keeping co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin in control of the Internet's most powerful company. Here's the twist: A new category of nonvoting "C" stock is being ...
San Jose Mercury News · ByMichael Liedtke · 4/1/2014
Would you rather have one Mercedes S-Class – or four CLA-Classes? One beachfront vacation home or three in the woods somewhere? Either way you’re paying the same total amount – about $120,000 for the car(s). Whatever for the house(s). But you …
The Daily Reckoning · 4/13/2015
It seems the conversation of investing in a tax-free savings account (TFSA) becomes quieter and quieter as the months go by in a year, and the conversation is most vibrant at the start of the year. Saving and investing should be a consistent act, so I’m ...
The Motley Fool · 7/31/2015
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