JPMorgan Chase & Co. Looks Like a Slam Dunk To Buy

JPMorgan Chase stock is looking good for the long term. JPM remains a leader in a wide variety of areas within the sector, and is the leading private bank in North America and Latin America. There's plenty of strength here, making JPMorgan Chase a winner. Read Article

Dicks Sporting Goods Inc Stock Hit Hard by Revenue Miss, Comparable Sales

Dicks Sporting Goods (DKS) stock was having a rough day Tuesday following the release of its earnings report for the fourth quarter of 2017. Read Article

These Risks Could Derail Microsoft Corporation

Microsoft stock has been on a bull run for over five years now. The run still seems to have legs - but investors need to understand the potential risks lurking for MSFT. The good news is that, at least for the time being, the risks for Microsoft seem minimal, and worth taking. Read Article

Waste Management, Inc. Tops Q4 Earnings Estimates

Waste Management (WM) stock was up on Thursday following the release of its earnings report for the fourth quarter of 2017. Read Article

The Best Days of FANG Stocks Seem To Be Behind Them

FANG stocks are showing signs of weakness as competition increases for the FANG stocks. Investors should sell Facebook stock, Apple stock, Netflix stock and Google stock, as these former powerhouses have clearly lost their aura of invincibility and superiority. Read Article

Sohu.com Inc. Stock Plunges on Earnings Miss

Sohu.com (SOHU) stock was falling hard on Monday following the release of its earnings report for the fourth quarter of 2017. Read Article

Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc May Win With MoviePass

Something should not sit right with investors when a company hints at blockchain technology getting incorporated into its business model. But when Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc (NASDAQ:HMNY) did such a thing on Jan. 10, it gave the stock a strong lift, at least in pre-market. Helios is not the only company doing this: Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE:KODK) did the same thing on January 9. When it unveiled cryptocurrency, its stock rallied from $3 to over $12 a share. To even consider investing in HMNY stock, astute investors must look at Helios’ key product: MoviePass. [ipm_internal_ad_list ipm_ad__post_id_1="1103165" ipm_ad_copy_1="10%20Stocks%20to%20Banish%20From%20Your%20Portfolio%20Forever" ipm_ad_url_1="https://investorplace.com/2018/01/10-stocks-to-sell-and-banish-from-your-portfolio-forever/" /] MoviePass is a potential money-maker for Helios. Consumers who sign up for the service save significant sums of money. And word is spreading fast just how good a deal subscribers get. Over 500,000 signed up to the movie-ticketing service in under a month, giving MoviePass over 1.5 million paid subscribers. Subscribers may buy one movie ticket a day for a flat monthly fee. But MoviePass then pays theaters the full price for a ticket. The obvious question is: How is losing money from each movie-goer sustainable? Unless the company collects more revenue from subscription fees than the cost of movie tickets, MoviePass will not survive for very long. Helios may be borrowing the money-losing gameplay from Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX). The online TV and movie streaming giant started its business by renting out DVDs. It pivoted its business by selling online streaming subscriptions. In that time, subscriptions soared. These days, Netflix may raise monthly subscriptions without its customer defecting. Helios probably has the same ambitions as an early Netflix: Grow the user base in the hundreds of thousands monthly and then worry about revenue later on. MoviePass must work quickly. Already, Cinemark launched Cinemark Movie Club in November at a competitive price. MoviePass may still have the first-mover advantage, building its brand-name awareness ahead of the competition. Having a massive user base will inherently increase the value of MoviePass, not only for the subscription revenue. The app will collect useful user data that the company may then mine. This would let movie theaters pitch more suitable advertising to the movie-goer.  Read Article

Why Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. Stock Is Surging Today

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) stock is up today on a negative report concerning chip security flaws for rival Intel (INTC). Read Article

Best Buy Co Inc Has Found Its Niche – And So Has Its Stock

Best Buy has calmed fears that e-commerce competition would strangle its business. But from here, BBY stock's upside still looks limited. Read Article

Investors Beware of the Bitcoin 10,000 Bubble

Supporters believe in Bitcoin 10,000, while skeptics think the Bitcoin bubble will soon burst. History is on the side of the skeptics. Read Article

3 Reasons Under Armour Inc Stock Will Come Crashing Down… Again

UA stock is likely to fall into the single digits in the months ahead as the firm is expected to put up a poor performance during the all-important holiday shopping season. Read Article

3 Stocks to Watch on Friday: Air Lease Corp (AL), Hertz Global Holdings, Inc (HTZ) and Redfin Corp (RDFN)

Air Lease (AL), Hertz Global (HTZ) and Redfin (RDFN) reported their quarterly earnings results after hours Thursday, yielding mixed results. Read Article

IoT News: Lowe’s to Launch ‘Smart Home’ Store-Within-a-Store Concept

Lowe's (LOW) is launching a store-within-a-store concept to show off smart home tech to customers at 70 locations across the company. Read Article

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. Stock Is Going the Wrong Way

If Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. wants to deliver for investors holding AMD stock in 2018, it’s got to do better where it counts. Read Article

3 Stocks to Watch on Thursday: Kraft Heinz Co (KHC), Metlife Inc (MET) and Yelp Inc (YELP)

Kraft Heinz (KHC) posts earnings, Metlife (MET) results suffer on hurricanes and Yelp (YELP) shares drop on the company's recent earnings. Read Article

7 Funny Trick or Treat Memes to Post on Facebook, Twitter

What are some of your favorite trick or treat memes around the Internet? We have compiled seven of the funniest ones to share on Facebook. Read Article

Fade the Bond Pop for Profits using the iShares 20+ Year Treas.Bond (ETF)

This rally in bond prices is a ruse, short it using the iShares 20+Year Treas.Bond (ETF). TLT bear call spreads should do the trick. Read Article

3 Stocks to Watch on Monday: Apple Inc., CVS Health Corp and General Electric Company

Apple (AAPL) fires an engineer following iPhone X video, CVS (CVS) bids $66 billion for Aetna and GE (GE) Board unaware of CEO's extra plane. Read Article

Are the Bears Right About the Coming Correction?

You'll want to keep an eye out for technical indicators before calling a bear market -- but smaller corrections are not unlikely. Read Article

Ride the Amazon.com, Inc. Post-Earnings Rally

While Amazon's spending concerns linger, AMZN stock is set to run heading into the holiday shopping season. Read Article