Interested in European stocks? You’re not the only one. Today’s article explains why Americans are increasingly investing in European stocks. Here’s what they had to say, “American cash is pouring into European stocks. Last week alone, U.S.-based funds sent a record amount –$3.9 billion — into Europe equities. That’s according to EPFR Global, a research firm that tracks fund flow data. “The trend is definitely accelerating,” says Cameron Brandt, director of research at EPFR.” Want to know why people are gathering around European stocks? CLICK HERE to read more.
Interested in marijuana penny stocks? Interested in any penny stocks? You may want to read today’s article first. The article explains why, if you haven’t jumped on the penny stock bandwagon, you definitely shouldn’t now. Here’s what the author had to say, “Investing and trading is hard enough, what with trying to compete against the best traders and investors in the world, dealing with bubbles and crashes, complicated tax regimes, changing demographics and so on. Why would you ever want to risk your money on dubious penny stocks?” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article highlights eight NASDAQ stocks that are kicking butt and beating even their own records. Here’s what they had to say about them, “Never thought you’d see Nasdaq 5048.62 again? It’s increasingly looking likely – and you can thank an elite group of stocks for making it happen. There are eight stocks in the Nasdaq 100 index, including biotech wunderkind Biogen Idec (BIIB), social media champ Facebook (FB) and discount retailer Ross Stores (ROST) that are at or past all-time highs, according to a USA TODAY analysis of data from S&P Capital IQ.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
When prices go up, you notice right? If you paid $1.99 for a dozen of eggs last year but are now paying $3.99 for the same thing, it won’t go unnoticed. However, today’s article discusses how stocks are expensive but investors are turning a blind eye. Here’s what they had to say, “Many market participants seek to measure the attractiveness of stocks by using the price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio, which divides the price of stocks by expected earnings. As of Friday’s close, that reading was above 17, just about the highest since mid-2004. This as stocks have been rising over the course of the year even as actual and expected earnings decline.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
There are several stocks you’ll want to keep an eye on this week. Here’s a few you’ll want to check out, “Arcos Dorados Holdings Inc.ARCO +19.86%, the world’s largest franchisee of McDonald’s Corp.MCD -1.01% restaurants, said Tuesday it won’t pay out a dividend this year as it grapples with the depreciation of Latin American currencies. Sotheby’s BID +1.63% named Madison Square Garden Co.MSG +0.90% executive Tad Smith as its new president and chief executive on Monday, turning to an art-world outsider to repair ties with restive shareholders and navigate global shifts in collectors’ shopping habits.” To read more, CLICK HERE.