3 Surprising Big-Brand Stocks Billionaires Sold Heavily Last Quarter

3 Surprising Big-Brand Stocks Billionaires Sold Heavily Last Quarter

We're a little more than a week removed from Valentine's Day, which for investors had a completely different meaning than “amore” this year. Feb. 14, 2017 was the deadline for institutional and hedge fund managers with more than $100 million in assets under management to complete and turn in their Form 13Fs to the Securities → Read More

Your Mortgage Broker Won’t Tell You This, but We Will

Your Mortgage Broker Won’t Tell You This, but We Will

Used-car salesman make money by selling cars, barbers make money by cutting hair, and mortgage brokers make money by getting you to borrow. There isn't any reason to believe that any one has your interests at heart. Mortgage brokers get paid when you get a loan, frequently on a variable commission. They have every incentive → Read More

American Airlines Investors Should Worry About Leverage

American Airlines Investors Should Worry About Leverage

For many years, investors viewed the airline industry as being extremely risky. One of the biggest risks is high operating leverage. This refers to the fact that small changes in revenue for an airline tend to drive big changes in earnings. One important way to mitigate the risk from operating leverage is to be conservative → Read More

WageWorks Inc. Sales Jump 22%

WageWorks Inc. Sales Jump 22%

WageWorks (NYSE:WAGE) delivered a solid increase in fourth-quarter revenue, as the administrator of health, commuter, and other employee benefits continues to win new business at a rapid clip. WageWorks results: The raw numbers Metric  Q4 2016 Q4 2015 Change (YOY) Revenue $101.062 million $83.103 million 22% Net income $5.662 million $6.195 million (9%) Earnings per share → Read More

Trump's Executive Order on Obamacare Leads to a Big Tax Change

Trump's Executive Order on Obamacare Leads to a Big Tax Change

Five weeks ago, Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States, and not long thereafter he signed his first executive order — which happened to pertain to the Affordable Care Act, known better as Obamacare. Trump's first order of business Repealing and replacing Obamacare has been a linchpin of Trump's campaign, → Read More

Historic Oscar victories for ESPN, Netflix and Amazon

Historic Oscar victories for ESPN, Netflix and Amazon

The Oscars in 60 seconds Two streaming services and one television network went home with Oscar statuettes on Sunday night. The historic wins for Amazon, Netflix and ESPN showcase the evolving and expanding shape of the movie business. Netflix (NFLX, Tech30) and Amazon (AMZN, Tech30) have been investing heavily in feature films and documentaries to → Read More

Americans Really Love Their Credit Card Rewards, New Survey Shows

Americans Really Love Their Credit Card Rewards, New Survey Shows

Americans absolutely adore their credit cards, and the data proves it. According to NerdWallet, Americans were carrying $747 billion in credit card debt as of the end of the third quarter of 2016, working out to an average of more than $16,000 owed per household! But there's another side to credit cards that can be → Read More

What You Need to Know About 15 Year Mortgages

What You Need to Know About 15 Year Mortgages

The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage has been the industry standard for some time now, but there are some compelling reasons for homebuyers to consider a 15-year version instead. Specifically, a 15-year mortgage could potentially translate into six-figure savings over the long run, so here's what you need to know about this often-overlooked type of mortgage. 15-year → Read More

How Tesla Is Ensuring the Model 3 Delivers on Quality

How Tesla Is Ensuring the Model 3 Delivers on Quality

Tesla‘s (NASDAQ:TSLA) Model S and Model X were the first two models built entirely by the super-innovative Silicon Valley auto start-up. Critics acclaimed both, but they weren't without their flaws in the months after they were launched.  Both cars had glitches (the S's door handles; the X's falcon-wing doors) and while both had terrific technology, → Read More

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