- Poll of the Day
The stock market, like fashion, technology, and seemingly everything else in the world, revolves around trends. When the interest in a company rises, it seems that everyone wants to be involved and the price of the stock will increase. Therefore, the hotter a stock is the more valuable it becomes. Our experts try to predict the hot stocks before they reach their peak so that investors like you have time to jump on board.
Read our predictions and picks of hot stock to buy now.
The Retail Trade sector saw plenty of trading activity today, including the following leaders and losers. Read Article
The following stocks were the biggest movers and shakers in the Mining sector today. Read Article
The following stocks were the biggest movers and shakers in the Transportation sector today. Read Article
Caterpillar (CAT) shares dipped despite the stock receiving an upgrade from Goldman Sachs equities research analysts from a "sell" to a "neutral" rating. Read Article
Tribune Publishing (TPUB) stock is soaring as the company received an $815 million buyout offer from Gannett. Shares are up more than 50%. Read Article
The pressure is on for Twitter (TWTR) management to post solid revenue and earnings growth as well as a return to user growth. Read Article
Microsoft (MSFT) is on the ropes following its fiscal Q3 report. For better or worse though, this has to happen to happen... maybe a few more times. Read Article
Caterpillar (CAT) stock fell on Friday due to recent quarterly results that missed expectations and a weak outlook for the rest of the year. Read Article
American Airlines (AAL) shares took a tumble despite the company posting its quarterly earnings report, which exceeded analysts' expectations. Read Article
Boston Beer stock took a big hit on Friday after the company missed EPS and revenue estimates for the first quarter of 2016. Read Article
Starbucks saw its stock drop on Friday following a revenue miss for the second quarter of 2016 and a weak outlook for Q3. Read Article
Skechers stock was up on Friday following record revenue and EPS that came in 9 cents above what Wall Street was expecting. Read Article
Disney is historically a smart company that does not waste money, so overpaying for such an expensive asset (NFLX) would drastically alter the investment outlook for Disney stock. Read Article