3 Things to Look For When Yamana Gold Reports Q3 Earnings

3 Things to Look For When Yamana Gold Reports Q3 Earnings

Yamana Gold (NYSE:AUY) is set to release third-quarter earnings on Oct. 27. Finding yourself interested but equally worried about drowning in a flood of facts and figures? It’s not uncommon during earnings season. Let’s prepare by keying in on three things we can expect management to address in its report. Production rising When preparing to dig through → Read More

GM doubles earnings as it moves past recall crisis

GM doubles earnings as it moves past recall crisis

Chevy’s new electric cars General Motors is moving past its scandal over faulty ignition switches. The largest U.S. automaker reported net income of $2.8 billion, double what it earned a year ago, when it took a $1.5 billion charge to pay for recalls and criminal settlements. Read More

How Safe Is Your Mortgage?

How Safe Is Your Mortgage?

If you have a mortgage now or are planning to get one, you might reasonably wonder, “Just how safe is my mortgage?” It’s kind of an important question, since mortgages typically involve the roof over your head and represent money that’s a significant portion of your net worth. Here’s a review of a handful of → Read More

4 Top Drug Stocks That Can Be Purchased on the Cheap This Fall

4 Top Drug Stocks That Can Be Purchased on the Cheap This Fall

U.S. stocks have been taken for a wild ride in 2016, but at least most long-term investors can relish the fact that despite the volatility, the broader market indexes are all higher year-to-date. The same can’t be said for the SPDR S&P Biotech ETF or VanEck Vectors Pharmaceutical ETF, which are down 15% and 16% year → Read More

Bank of America Stock Split History

Bank of America Stock Split History

Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) has split its shares three times since 1978, but only once as the modern-day B of A we know today. The last split occurred on Aug. 27, 2004, when Bank of America paid a stock dividend to split its shares two for one. The table below shows all of the stock → Read More

3 Things to Look For When Newmont Mining Reports Q3 Earnings

3 Things to Look For When Newmont Mining Reports Q3 Earnings

Newmont Mining Corp. (NYSE: NEM) is set to release its third-quarter earnings on Oct. 26. Are you finding yourself interested but equally worried about drowning in a flood of facts and figures? It’s not uncommon during earnings season. Let’s prepare by keying in on three things we can expect management to address in its report. Out of → Read More

With the Galaxy Note 7 Off Shelves, Who Stands to Win Market Share?

With the Galaxy Note 7 Off Shelves, Who Stands to Win Market Share?

With Samsung‘s (NASDAQOTH:SSNLF) Galaxy Note 7 line being pulled from shelves, which consumer tech companies might benefit? Alphabet‘s (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) new Pixel phone looks like it could win over some burned Note 7 customers, but the search giant lacks meaningful carrier distribution. In this clip from Industry Focus: Tech, Motley Fool analysts Dylan Lewis and Evan Niu, CFA, discuss the → Read More

India could shell out $12 billion for new fighter jets

India could shell out $12 billion for new fighter jets

Inside Mumbai’s colorful taxis India needs new fighter jets, and the world’s leading manufacturers are lining up to provide them. The South Asian nation’s government has sent letters to several companies regarding a new fleet of military aircraft, to be jointly produced with local firms. A potential deal, according to experts, could be worth up → Read More

3 Bargain Dividend Stocks You Can Buy Right Now

3 Bargain Dividend Stocks You Can Buy Right Now

While looking for a bargain dividend stock, many investors simply screen for those with the highest yield or the one that’s fallen the most in the past month. But I take a different approach: How much of a yield will I likely be getting for my purchase 10 years from now? That type of thinking → Read More

Think You've Seen Crazy Valuations? You Haven't Seen These 3 Stocks

Think You've Seen Crazy Valuations? You Haven't Seen These 3 Stocks

While stock valuations are often more art than science, it is easy to spot the outliers. That goes both ways, with some stocks trading at nosebleed values while others are ridiculously cheap. This is certainly the case with these three stocks, which run the gamut from insanely expensive to surprisingly cheap: Dexcom (NASDAQ: DXCM), GrubHub → Read More

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