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Hasbro is changing its risk profile, and while it will cause near-term volatility and disruption, it makes sense long-term for the following reasons.
Last night, GoPro GPRO reported a third quarter that caused the stock to shoot up a quick 15 percent. Here's why... and where the stock can go from here
Why your company must take ownership to solve the disparity in wages between men and women
Rolls-Royce North America President Eric Shepherd shares his thoughts on the luxury market with The Street's Senior Stock Analyst Nicole Urken. He emphasizes that Rolls-Royce's high-end price category is popular among younger consumers as well. Characterizing the Rolls-Royce as "not flashy," Shepherd explains that the company is seeing more of an appetite from consumers to spend again, albeit in a personalized and understated manner. While Rolls-Royce will always stand behind its Phantom models, the new Ghost and Wraith offerings diversify the product mix and are proving to attract new customers to the brand.
With a parade of disappointing headline numbers from retail today, we had commentators on all day discussing this as yet another sign that we are in for a recession. However, while retail has been one of the worst performers year-to-date, kicked off by weather and then spotty demand, today's reports are NOT a waring sign of more weakness to come. Here's why that's wrong...
As so-called momentum stocks like Whole Foods, Tesla, Amazon and Facebook continue to suffer, it is instructive to dive into the strength in the overall market and the averages. In particular, the Dow has been the outperformer versus the S&P and certainly the Nasdaq. What's behind this?
Aren't we seeing continued long-term trend of anti-obesity plays? Health food, organic food and beyond are in for the long-term. This was a big theme in Get Rich Carefully. So have you been scratching your head about the almost-20% decline in Whole Foods yesterday to the high $30s, not to mention the long decline since it stood at over $60 back in November....
If you want to understand why Disney is a stock you can buy for kids and hold over the long term, it's because the company is staying ahead of the game by constantly transforming itself.