Can U.S. data reassure a skeptical market? – and other morning reads for September 1
Integrity Research Associates, in a post titled “When a ‘Buy’ Isn’t Really a ‘Buy”, recently highlighted the untrustworthiness of Wall Street stock ratings.
What comes up must come down right? As the seven-year bull market finds its strength tested the past two weeks, many momentum stocks, which have seen their share prices soar, found their valuations crashing back to earth rather abruptly.
Can buy ratings actually mean something else? – and other morning reads for August 31
In this extended podcast, CEO David Trainer will go over the keys to long-term portfolio protection and growth as well as some of the traps and red flags that can kill savings.
Is China’s government buying up Chinese stocks amidst the crash? – and other morning reads for August 28
Over the past two weeks, the major indices have all fallen over 10% and entered correction territory. With no end in sight, investors must ask, “how can I protect my portfolio through the ups and downs in the market?”
New Constructs CEO and Wall Street veteran, David Trainer, will go over the keys to long-term portfolio protection and growth.
CEO David Trainer sat down with Chuck Jaffe of Money Life and MarketWatch.com to talk about our Danger Zone pick this past week: Wall Street analysts.
Has market volatility sapped the appetite for IPOs? – and other morning reads for August 27
Is it time markets adjust to a “new normal” in China? – and other morning reads for August 26
The cat is out of the bag. CFOs admit that they manipulate accounting rules to “misrepresent earnings”. They also say that Wall Street analysts play along. This week we’re putting Wall Street analysts in the Danger Zone.
Do Best Buy’s results reveal strong consumer spending? – and other mornings reads for August 25
How low will the market go? – and other morning reads for August 24
Back in 2013, we wrote about all the errors and issues we discovered when attempting to use XBRL data for our models. In the past couple years, XBRL has definitely come a long way in terms of improving the quality of the data, but there’s a lot of work left to do.
Retailers have been under attack in recent years but not by the online competitors that may first come to mind. Instead, retailers have been under attack from Wall Street analysts who can’t wait to bury the next traditional retail business.
Why aging board members are sticking around longer than ever in S&P 500 companies – and other morning reads for August 21
CEO David Trainer sat down with Chuck Jaffe of Money Life and MarketWatch.com to talk about our Danger Zone pick this past week: SolarCity (SCTY).
Why the S&P and NASDAQ are just like college football – and other morning reads for August 20
Should a Chinese bear market have an effect on U.S. stocks? – and other morning reads for August 19
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