Strong Earnings Growth and Dividend Boost for Broadcom

Strong Earnings Growth and Dividend Boost for Broadcom

Semiconductor company Broadcom (NASDAQ:AVGO) reported its fiscal fourth-quarter results after the market close on Dec. 8. The wireless business was the star performer, growing by more than 30% compared with the third quarter and more than offsetting sluggish sequential growth in Broadcom’s other segments. Here’s what investors need to know about Broadcom’s fourth-quarter results. Broadcom: → Read More

Social Security: 3 Great Reasons to File for Benefits at 70

Social Security: 3 Great Reasons to File for Benefits at 70

Many seniors jump to collect Social Security as soon as they possibly can. Though the full retirement age for today’s older Americans is 66 or 67, eligible recipients can file for benefits as early as age 62. And while there’s technically no upper limit for collecting benefits, there’s no incentive to delay Social Security past → Read More

Priceline Stock History: How the Internet Travel Giant Became a Blockbuster Stock

Priceline Stock History: How the Internet Travel Giant Became a Blockbuster Stock

The rise of the internet in the late 1990s created new business opportunities throughout the economy, and the travel industry quickly became one of the most cutting-edge areas for technological innovation. Priceline Group (NASDAQ:PCLN) started out as a kitschy website with its auction format famously allowing users to name their own price for hotel rooms → Read More

Trump says Person of the Year title is 'politically correct'

Trump says Person of the Year title is 'politically correct'

Donald Trump is Time’s Person of the Year On Wednesday, President-elect Donald Trump said it was “a very, very great honor” to be named Time magazine’s Person of the Year. By Thursday night, he was riffing about how the title is politically correct. “They used to call it Man of the Year, but they can’t → Read More

6 Top Dividend Stocks to Put on Your Shopping List

6 Top Dividend Stocks to Put on Your Shopping List

For investors who don’t quite have the stomach for the volatile ups and downs of the market, buying and holding dividend stocks can be a great compromise. Dividend-paying companies are typically ones that are well entrenched in their respective markets and have enough excess cash to pay investors, so their stock prices don’t move as → Read More

Investors Excited About 5G Networks Should Ignore Verizon and AT&T

Investors Excited About 5G Networks Should Ignore Verizon and AT&T

There has been much hype this year about the next-generation 5G wireless network. However, investors looking to bet on the new network should forget about big wireless providers Verizon (NYSE:VZ) and AT&T (NYSE:T). For two main reasons, smaller, behind-the-scenes companies that are helping develop the new technology look like a more promising option. Telecom giants → Read More

Why Kite Pharma's Shares Rallied 14.5% In November

Why Kite Pharma's Shares Rallied 14.5% In November

What happened After Juno Therapeutics(NASDAQ:JUNO) disclosed that it had halted a trial evaluating its lead CAR-T drug, JCAR015, for a second time this year, shares in Kite Pharma, Inc. (NASDAQ:KITE) soared 14.5% last month, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence. So what Juno Therapeutics and Kite Pharma are among the front-runners in developing chimeric antigen receptor T-cell → Read More

Are There Benefits to Filing Taxes Electronically?

Are There Benefits to Filing Taxes Electronically?

Nowadays, it seems like you can do almost anything electronically, and that includes filing your taxes. If you’re wondering how to e-file your federal tax return, it’s a simple matter of going online and either using commercial software or taking advantage of the IRS Free File tool, which is available to those whose income is → Read More

Why Harley-Davidson Can't Afford to Lose This Customer to Polaris

Why Harley-Davidson Can't Afford to Lose This Customer to Polaris

For years, the typical rider sitting astride some Harley-Davidson (NYSE:HOG) iron was an affluent middle-aged white male, buying the motorcycle manufacturer’s touring and cruiser bikes. That rider is still the key to the motorcycle manufacturer’s success, as those big bikes give Harley a fat profit, but there’s a new rider today — young, urban, even female → Read More

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