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Today’s article discusses Apple’s attempts to make up for lower sales by moving into other markets such as finance, healthcare and even CARS. Here’s what they had to say: “As smartphones increasingly become undifferentiated commodities, people will start asking why they are paying such a huge premium and Apple could find itself trapped by what it is good at.” Investors are keeping a watchful eye on their money despite Apple’s existence as one of the world’s largest companies by market value. To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article highlights the three biggest wealth destroyers of the market crash and here’s why: “This year most of the money is being shredded by the giant companies that many U.S. investors loaded up on during the bull”. The S&P’s 500 have fallen on average 8.9% this year which equates with big financial losses in what are being declared as the worst start to a year ever. To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article discusses the first month of the New Year and the losses suffered by many unhappy investors. Many major stock indexes such as the Dow Jones suffered losses of 5.5% this month; the lowest experienced since the financial crisis in 2009. However, does the nosedive of January mean stocks could bode poorly for the rest of the year? Not necessarily. “What is happening is the market is repricing for a slower growth pattern.” The good news for investors out there is that these losses have made the stock market less expensive for the rest of us. To read more, CLICK HERE.
Recent health concerns over several Chipotle restaurants has had both its costumers and investors running scared. But is it time to get over it? Today’s article explains how the health concerns affected the stock performance and whether it will get any better in 2016. Here’s what they had to say, “Sure, there are still risks with buying Chipotle stock at current levels. Once the darling of Wall Street, the Denver-based fast-casual restaurant has suffered hits to its image, thanks to multiple outbreaks of E. coli which have forced the company to shut and revamp several of its restaurants.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article is a Q&A with USA Today’s Matt Krantz where he was asked when stocks would be cheap. Here’s what he had to say, “Investors looking to get a discount on stocks just got one. The market’s horrible start to the year is putting stocks on sale, but that doesn’t mean they’re cheap yet. Investors are paying $15 for every dollar companies in the Standard and Poor’s 500 are expected to report as profit this year, says S&P Capital IQ.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
When was the last thing you got something noteworthy for $10? Today’s article highlights four stocks that you might want to consider adding to your portfolio and the best part? They’re under $10! Here’s what they had to say, “Let’s give it another shot. Here are a few stocks under $10 that have the potential to make some noise in 2016 and beyond. The risks should be fairly obvious. These stocks aren’t waffling about in the single digits without a good reason. However, you’ve got to start your run to greatness somewhere. Let’s check out five interesting stocks that fit the bill — the 10-dollar bill.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Monkey see, monkey do. Today’s article explains why when oil has a bad day, stocks aren’t too far behind. Here’s what they had to say, “Stocks and crude oil have been glued at the hip in 2016 — for better or worse. It was a scary linkage last week when oil prices plummeted to $26 a barrel, dragging the S&P 500 to levels unseen since April 2014. But then oil spiked a ridiculous 23% late last week, carrying stocks sharply higher.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article highlights three stocks you may want to avoid. Here’s what the had to say, “There’s nothing more dangerous for investors than being overly optimistic about a lackluster company. A bull argument can be constructed for any stock, but ignoring the risks can be catastrophic. Everyone likes to buy great companies at low prices, but it’s all too easy to cherry-pick data, consciously or unconsciously, tricking yourself into buying shares of a terrible company. A few of our Foolish contributors have identified three stocks that fall into this category — ones that should be avoided at all costs.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article features a discussion with Jim Paulsen and what his thoughts are on stocks. Here’s what they had to say, “Wells Capital Management’s Jim Paulsen said Tuesday he has become more positive on stocks as he anticipates more attractive valuations and a buying opportunity on a spike in volatility. Stocks were pointing to open higher on Monday as investors breathed a sigh of relief over China GDP data. But even with the S&P 500 poised for an open above 1,900, Paulsen said he thinks another leg downward is coming.” To read more, CLICK HERE.