Chiradeep BasuMallick is an advertising communications, market behavior and investments writer. Chiradeep has spent the last eight years writing on organizational strategies, market movements and the latest trends in IT infrastructure and data modernization. His key areas of interest include global stock markets, IT innovation footprints and growth patterns affecting people, cultures and countries. He has degrees in literature and public relations.
The oil giant is wisely avoiding a potential conflict with President-elect Donald Trump, who has been critical of Iran.
The resolution of a dispute between the two companies will be good for shareholders, presenting them with a compelling growth opportunity.
Disney, Qualcomm and other shrewd companies are showing the way to monetize and protect patents in the Middle Kingdom. Here is what that means for investors.
After the stellar run, investors should pocket their gains now, before the likely volatility sets in.
Next year may not be like 2016 for gold stocks, given the improving macro situation in the U.S. and hint of stability returning to Europe.
Gun sales are expected to slow in 2017, and two major gun companies, Sturm Ruger and Smith & Wesson, have seen their stocks decline this year.
The company faces intense competition in the fitness wearables market, and its next quarter guidance falls short of analysts' projections.
Shares of Ebix, Netflix and Priceline did well in 2016 and hit it out of the park over the past 10 years. And it looks like their runs may continue.
This media giant can't seem to catch a break with investors. We think that's shortsighted and that the stock is a smart buy now.
Although these companies lack the brawn of, say, Apple, their shares have the potential for big increases for those who are willing to place a bet.
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