The Worst Soda Stocks of 2016

The Worst Soda Stocks of 2016

The soda industry has been challenged in recent years as Americans are increasingly turning away from sugary beverages. Total consumption has declined every year since 2004 in the U.S., and per-capita consumption is now at a 30-year low. Diet sodas have also fallen out of favor as health-conscious consumers have become wary of artificial ingredients → Read More

Why General Motors Continues to Post Record Sales Results in China

Why General Motors Continues to Post Record Sales Results in China

You may or may not have heard, but China recently fined General Motors (NYSE: GM) 201 million yuan, or $29 million, for “monopolistic pricing.” More specifically, Shanghai’s pricing regulator stated it would fine the U.S. automaker for setting minimum prices on specific models, according to China Central Television. All of that said, if the alleged price floor bothered → Read More

70 or Older? Here's 1 Dividend Stock You Should Consider Buying

70 or Older? Here's 1 Dividend Stock You Should Consider Buying

If you’re in your 70s, you’ll likely appreciate a solid investment that can supply you with a steadily rising stream of income. One that can help support you in retirement, provide the cash to pay for the activities you enjoy, and that you can count on year after year. Fortunately, there are some stocks that → Read More

Why Gogo Inc. Stock Plunged 47.6% in 2016

Why Gogo Inc. Stock Plunged 47.6% in 2016

What happened Shares of Gogo Inc. (NASDAQ:GOGO) declined 47.6% in 2016, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence, as one of its key customers awarded a large contract to a competitor. So what Gogo’s biggest troubles surfaced early in the year, as American Airlines Group (NASDAQ: AAL) stated it believed a competing company would be able to offer → Read More

Why Teck Resources Limited Shares Fell 18% in December

Why Teck Resources Limited Shares Fell 18% in December

What happened? Shares of Teck Resources Limited (NYSE:TECK) fell by just over 18% last month. That said, the stock was up a massive 450% in 2016. So it’s hard to complain too much about what, in comparison, looks like a modest price pullback. However, the backdrop for the decline is worth paying attention to. So → Read More

How to Trade Stocks Online

How to Trade Stocks Online

So you’ve opened your first online discount brokerage account, and put a little money in it. You’re all ready to trade stocks online. But how do you start? Learning where to start investing in the market can be intimidating for beginners. But here’s the good news: If you’ve already navigated the forms needed to set → Read More

Nigeria's second busiest airport to shut for 6 weeks

Nigeria's second busiest airport to shut for 6 weeks

Why Nigeria’s biggest airline shut down for a day It just got a whole lot harder to reach Nigeria’s capital city. The main airport serving Abuja will be shut down for six weeks starting March 8 so that its dilapidated single runway can be repaired. The airport is the second busiest in Nigeria, handling more → Read More

5 Movies That Could Flop in 2017

5 Movies That Could Flop in 2017

Rising budgets and a crowded schedule of franchise releases mean that some movies are bound to wind up as casualties in 2017. Some smaller films will likely be lost in the cinematic fray, but Time Warner (NYSE:TWX), Viacom (NASDAQ:VIA)(NASDAQ:VIAB), Twenty-First Century Fox (NASDAQ:FOX) (NASDAQ:FOXA), and Dalian Wanda’s Legendary Pictures all have upcoming films with production budgets → Read More

Why Stemline Therapeutics Inc Stock Is Climbing Today

Why Stemline Therapeutics Inc Stock Is Climbing Today

What happened The biotech stock rollercoaster known as Stemline Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ:STML) popped Friday morning with a 21.8% gain, and it was still up about 14.5% as of 11:44 a.m. EST. The market is pleased with an announcement that the company’s lead candidate has a shot at an expedited review from the FDA after a → Read More

Polaris Industries Inc.'s Biggest Failure in 2016

Polaris Industries Inc.'s Biggest Failure in 2016

The same thing that made 2015 such a bad year for Polaris Industries (NYSE:PII) is what made 2016 a year the powersports vehicle maker would like to forget. The prior year may have been worse for its stock than last year, but its problems with recurring vehicle recalls became more widespread and will linger on → Read More

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