Monthly Archive:: July 2015
CNBC's Sara Eisen asked me last Tuesday if I was still bearish on one of Wall Street and Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s (NYSE: GS) favorite stocks, even after it had already fallen more than 45% since I warned you last May that it was a bad investment.
"You know this environment, Keith,"
Editor's Note: Normally, you'd have to be a paid up member of the Money Map Report to get this alert, but Keith didn't want anyone to miss out on this rare buying opportunity. It's true that gold sank to multi-year lows yesterday, but the story y...
My work puts me in touch with all kinds of investors, from beginners to seasoned pros.
And it's made me realize that many investors, particularly those who are new to the stock market, are totally unaware that there are different order types, let alone...
Stocks around the world were in the green Monday as Greece agreed to the latest bailout - its third - and the threat of an immediate default and "Grexit" from the Eurozone faded.
Or so goes the thinking.
But the problems at the root of the Greek
In a move that shocked millions of investors, Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) told clients on the morning of July 7 that media darling Shake Shack Inc. (NYSE: SHAK) was too expensive and offered "brand related optimism that is not supported by fundamentals."
The firm then went on to point out
From the Editor: You're going to hear plenty of analysts telling you where to put your money today. But tomorrow you're going to hear them telling you to put it somewhere else. That's because mainstream advice is reactive, driven by headlines. Results,...
Millions of investors around the world are watching China's stock markets with bated breath, given that the Shanghai and Shenzhen bourses have lost more than $3 trillion in market capitalization between them over the past three weeks - a real money amount that's greater than Brazil's annual output or Spain's entire stock market, according to
Here's the latest in a long line of reasons why every investor should think twice about holding retail stocks...
President Obama announced recently that he's directing the U.S. Department of Labor to mandate higher overtime pay for anybody making $50,400 or less per year. Coupled with rising minimum wage standards, that's given many people