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The days leading up to this weekend's high-drama events, the stocks that stand to do well with Donald Trump in the White House tumbled.
Its pending, $5.5 billion acquisition by Bass Pro Shops is a milepost along a half-century journey that began with Dick Cabela selling fishing flies.
So far, 2016 has mainly been a year to forget, but these two stocks should make the last few months memorable.
Last week was rough for Donald Trump. The stocks that stand to do well should he win the White House, however, remained relatively unchanged.
These stocks are seeing increased trading volume today. here's how to trade them from here.
The announcement of a combination comes after the activist investor launched a campaign last year urging the hunting and camping outfitter to consider a sale or other strategic options.
Capital One is selected by Bass Pro Shops in conjunction with its winning bid to acquire Cabela's
A change in strategy is not warranted at this time.
The stocks that stand to do well under a Donald Trump presidency pointed to good things in the week leading up to the showdown.
The VIX, or so-called fear index, has surged 33% since Labor Day.
Election and Fed rate hike fears have turned the market choppy. Yvette Butler, president of Capital One Investing, said scary markets can serve as reminder to assess goals and performance.
Trump last week discussed his medical history with Dr. Oz and duped the media into broadcasting an endorsement event. Stocks that could prosper under his presidency made similarly odd moves.
The rate of government spending growth is clearly slowing.
Capital One, a financial technology leader among banks, now has a rewards partnership with last-minute booking app HotelTonight. Will the partnership help start-up toward IPO?
Donald Trump saw a rebound in some polls last week; so did some of the stocks that stand to do well with him in the White House.
The markets plunged Friday on fears of a Fed rate hike. The stocks that stand to surge under a Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump presidency took a dive as well.
Whichever way the market breaks will cause a stir and then an immediate give-back.
The final sprint to Election Day has arrived, and the week leading up to it was a mixed one for Donald Trump and the stocks in a Trump-friendly portfolio.
Donald Trump did an awkward tap dance on immigration last week, and the stocks that stand to do well in the market under his presidency didn't fare much better.
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Today, Mr. Trump, we've got some good news for you: stock-wise, recent days have been better for you than they have for your rival, Hillary Clinton.
From a valuation perspective a correction is needed, but the side effects of central bank largess are preventing such a move, giving us a market that flaunts all historical norms.
The latest 13F filings show which firms these major players favor.
On 8/15/16, Capital One Financial Corp's Fixed Rate Non-Cumulative Perpetual Preferred Stock, Series F will trade ex-dividend, for its quarterly dividend of $0.3875, payable on 9/1/16. As a percentage of COF.
Last week was turbulent for Donald Trump -- his portfolio. too. The 15 investments we track that should benefit from his presidency are down more than 1% on the week.
Tom Brown has been meeting with bank executives for more than 30 years. Lately, the access isn't helping: His flagship Second Curve fund is down for a third straight year.
Donald Trump has had a bumpy last several days, but the stocks that stand to do well under his presidency haven't felt the effects.