[OPINION: The views expressed by Investopedia columnists are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the website.] This week high beta stocks are hitting fresh year-to-date highs relative to stocks with low volatility. This …
Markets have been very destructively volatile in this week, hitting a lower circuit of 10% twice on the first two trading days. Not to mention the continuous fall of the benchmark index for five consecutive days in the week before the last one. …
According to GuruFocus' All-in-One Screener, the following stocks with market caps above $5 billion look cheap since they are trading with low price-sales (P/S) ratios. ABB Ltd. ADR (ABB) is trading at about $22 with a P/S ratio of 1.44, a …
When a stock carves out a new 52-week low, there's no guarantee that it's a good deal. Sure, the price is lower than it's been over the past year, but there's often a good reason for the decline. While it is true that the same-store sales …
Q. I am writing on behalf of a dear friend. Her husband just had heart surgery and cannot have any salt. She hopes you can provide her with some recipes for gravy with no salt at all for beef and chicken dishes. I can't seem to come up with …
"Following the notion of mean reversion, we should be seeing attractive investment opportunities" In contrast the S&P GSCI All Commodities index is flat so far in 2017 although prices for energy, metals and agriculture have rallied 34% from …
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Many investors tend to be concerned about the market going down after it has already gone down. Sound like someone we know? That fear may lead to unwise strategic decisions, such as not buying when stocks are truly low. Or worse yet, …
Shares of the social media site tumbled to a new low Tuesday, the first day that company insiders were allowed to sell the stock following the company's initial public offering. The stock dropped 18%, sinking below $32 a share for the first time …
We wonder whether their low interest rate policy is having the unintended result of actually increasing unemployment by encouraging companies to use their capital not to invest and hire, but rather to buy back stock and increase dividends, …
In after-hours trading, Facebook's stock dipped below $24, a new low for the stock, which had made its debut in mid-May at a price of $38. Trading in afterhours fell more than 10% after a day in which the stock had already fallen 8.5%. SEE …