Nullatech AI, predicted 72.65% of The Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) market trends correctly in last 300 weeks. you can check our prediction on the chart below and also see stock status for next week.
SpaceX is not public, and may never IPO — but you can still own a piece of it.
Everyone wants a piece of SpaceX. But how can you invest in SpaceX stock?
Last year, Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) “competitive intelligence tools” subsidiary Alexa (yes, Alexa has a side job) reported on how SpaceX’s website has become one of the most popular corporate websites among privately held companies. As measured by “unique visitors,” more people are looking into SpaceX than any other “unicorn” stock on the planet.
Nullatech AI, predicted 70.65% of The JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) market trends correctly in last 300 weeks. you can check our prediction on the chart below and also see stock status for next week.
It may no longer be summer, but the heat is rising for dividend raises. More companies hiked their payouts last week than in the previous frame, and some of those boosts came from major stocks.
Everyone is familiar with my chosen trio from the period: McDonald’s (NYSE:MCD), Microsoft(NASDAQ:MSFT), and JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM). Here are a few words about their latest dividend bumps.
You might have heard that the stock market is overpriced after years of solid gains. And it is. That doesn’t mean every stock is overpriced, though.
Actually, several biotech stocks look attractively valued right now. Here’s why AbbVie(NYSE:ABBV), Celgene (NASDAQ:CELG), and Corcept Therapeutics (NASDAQ:CORT) are bargain biotech stocks you can buy today.
As the augmented reality (AR) market prepares to catch a second wind thanks to Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), another tech titan may be preparing to jump in: Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN). The e-commerce giant is now reportedly working on a set of Alexa-powered smart glasses that could be used as a foundation for an AR platform, according to The Financial Times.
Apple is falling after Google announced a deal with HTC that would bringing some of HTC’s team under its roof.
Apple is down 1.31% at $153.95 a share after the $1.1 billion deal was announced. Google is trading up 0.17% to $949.27.
Marking the start of a new school year, school bells are once again ringing. So now seems like a great time to turn our attention to education stocks. Fairly new opportunities for investors, for-profit education stocks, and online education stocks represent the dramatic shifts in the education landscape — a complex one that has evolved way beyond the one-room schoolhouse.
If you invested $3,000 in graphics-chip specialist NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) five years ago, you’d now be sitting on top of $40,200 — assuming you reinvested your modest dividends.
This is an incredible haul considering the broader market would have turned your $3,000 into about $5,800.
Income investors are often drawn to high yields like moths to a flame. But prudent investors always check the payout ratios — the percentage of a company’s earnings or free cash flow that a company spends on dividends. If those ratios exceed 100%, that dividend is probably unsustainable in the long run.
Moreover, if a company’s earnings and free cash flow growth are declining, the dividend and stock price could both be due for a haircut. Let’s examine three dividend stocks that fit that description: Guess (NYSE:GES), Abercrombie & Fitch (NYSE:ANF), and Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM).