After more than six years of a bull market, investors should stare a cold, hard truth straight in the face: Future returns on stocks are likely to be far slimmer than the fat gains of the past few years.
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 …
DUBAI: Major Middle East stock markets plunged on Tuesday after tumbling Chinese equities put pressure on global oil and commodity prices. Chinese stocks fell more than 6 percent on Tuesday as the yuan weakened against the dollar, …
SilverStone's has a new low-profile CPU cooler designed as a step up from Intel's stock cooler for compact PCs. But …
Investors are always trying to time the market. They want to get in at the lows and get out at the highs. While this simplistic goal sounds easy, it is almost impossible to achieve. Regardless of their timing abilities, one area where …
A lower dividend package amid fresh recapitalisation pressures as well as concerns about stock overvaluation on the Ugandan bourse have driven Stanbic Bank's stock price to a record low. This is despite the lender posting good …
Conventional investing wisdom tells us that when stocks rally on low stock market volume, traders perceive that lack of widespread participation as an indicator of the market's future vulnerability. And as torrid as this rally in U.S. stock
The recent volatility in the stock market has many investors trying to figure out how to maintain some exposure to equities, while limiting their exposure to the big ups and downs of the major equity indexes. One alternative is to manage a …
As the Government of India's divestment programme for the current fiscal was kicked off today with the divestment of 9.33 per cent stake in MMTC at a steep discount to the market price, six public sector enterprises (PSEs) shares forming …
Investors played a game of "how low can you go" today as the three-day selloff continued to mount. The Nasdaq closed down more than 1% after sliding a combined 3.6% on Thursday and Friday. The S&P and Dow also finished 1% lower …