Finding the best ETFs is an increasingly difficult task in a world where a new ETF seems to be born every 10 seconds.
As one of the largest media companies in the world, Viacom’s (VIAB) distribution and reach puts the company in a very strong competitive position.
Our research with ETFs is very unique because we’re actually basing our ETF ratings on the stocks that the ETF holds.
SBUX bulls are blind to the competition SBUX faces on many fronts, one of the most important of which is MCD.
When McDonalds (MCD) made my Most Attractive Stocks list this month, I must admit I let out a small cheer. This company is one of the better-run businesses in the world. I have long eyed the stock in hopes that it would get cheap enough to dig into and now it has.
JPMorgan Trust II: JPMorgan Large Cap Growth Fund (OLGAX) is in the Danger Zone this week.
Weighted-Average Cost of Capital (WACC) is the average of debt and equity capital costs that all publicly traded companies with debt and equity stakeholders incur as a cost of operating.
Invested capital equals the sum of all cash that has been invested in a company over its life without regard to financing form or accounting name.
NOPAT is the after-tax operating cash generated by the business, excluding unusual losses and gains, financing costs, goodwill and other non-cash items.
ROIC is the true measure of a company’s cash on cash returns.
We released November’s Most Attractive Stocks report to the public today.
We released November’s Most Dangerous Stocks report to the public today.
Check out my latest Danger Zone interview with Chuck Jaffe of MarketWatch.com.
Paying customers can access November’s 40 Most Dangerous Stocks as of midnight last night. We provide 20 large/mid cap names and 20 small cap names to sell or short in this monthly newsletter.
Paying customers can access November’s Most Attractive Stocks as of midnight last night. We provide 20 large/mid cap names and 20 small cap names to buy in this monthly newsletter.