Stocks

Chart Of The Day: Biotech Bubbles

March 24, 2015 0 Comments
Chart Of The Day: Biotech Bubbles

In a previous entry  I discussed whether or not the stocks in the NASDAQ has returned to the norms of the previous levels in 2000, especially with tech stocks reaching new highs. While a bubble may not actually be present in Tech stocks, there is definitely a bubble in biotech stocks, without a doubt. And the […]

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I Might Actually Buy Apple For A Change…

March 11, 2015 0 Comments
I Might Actually Buy Apple For A Change…

I own a lot of Apple products, and I am usually one of the first people who have them once they release. With that being said, it would probably sound very weird if I admit that I currently do not own any shares of Apple. Not even indirect exposure to Apple through a mutual fund […]

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This Time It’s Really Different…

March 3, 2015 1 Comment
This Time It’s Really Different…

Speaking of happy days being here again, you can’t help but notice the overwhelming amount of excitement about the NASDAQ exchange  closing above 5,000. Sure, it’s been 15 long years, and a lot has changed since then. A couple of the companies that once comprised the NASDAQ are no longer listed under it. PE ratios […]

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What Rite Aid’s Acquisition of EnvisionRx Could Mean For The Stock

February 11, 2015 0 Comments
What Rite Aid’s Acquisition of EnvisionRx Could Mean For The Stock

Just the other day, I was discussing Rite Aid’s purchase of the pharmaceutical provider EnvisionRx for $2 billion: $1.8 billion in cash, $200,000 in Rite Aid stock. Not something I was expecting the company to do, considering that majority of their earnings was going towards repaying their debt. However, considering that it didn’t use any debt to […]

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Greece: Between Tsipras, The ECB and a Hard Place

February 4, 2015 0 Comments
Greece: Between Tsipras, The ECB and a Hard Place

I haven’t had much time to write about this one, but most people are already aware of the economic and fiscal problems the nation of Greece has been having for years. Its unsustainable level of debt (more than 170% of GDP) and a lackluster economy that makes Americans pretty fortunate to have the problems they […]

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Foreigners Dump The Most US Stocks Since 2007

December 22, 2014 0 Comments
Foreigners Dump The Most US Stocks Since 2007

The treasury may not keep much ‘treasure’ at its facilities, but it does keep a ton of good data. Aside from its bond auction results and the TARP information it collects regularly, we have the Treasury International Capital report, which tracks cross-boarder portfolio investment flows of US and Foreign residents (which also includes jufirms, government agencies, corporations, […]

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Apple Going To $1 Trillion?

November 27, 2014 0 Comments
Apple Going To $1 Trillion?

Yesterday, its been announced that Apple (AAPL) has reached the $700 billion dollar valuation mark. $300 billion more than Exxon Mobile (XOM), the second largest company in the world. On Twitter I managed to make a sarcastic remark regarding the size of the largest company in the world. I was looking for #BlackFriday deals from […]

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US Stocks Are Too Expensive…

November 25, 2014 0 Comments
US Stocks Are Too Expensive…

Of course, you’ve already learned that from a previous post I’ve done showing how the US stock market is the most expensive in the entire global economy. However, what exactly does this mean for me and people like me? For the most part, it doesn’t exactly mean much of anything for me. Most of my exposure is […]

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JP Morgan: Sell US Stocks And Buy Europe On Valuation

November 22, 2014 0 Comments
JP Morgan: Sell US Stocks And Buy Europe On Valuation

JP Morgan Chase is telling its investors to dump the dollar and gain more exposure in the European Stock Market. Momentum for Euro stocks faded since the beginning of 2014, as we can see from the following chart below. The EuroZone has performed exceptionally weak compared to the performance in the United States. However, the […]

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The US Is The Most Expensive Stock Market

November 20, 2014 0 Comments
The US Is The Most Expensive Stock Market

Of course, I already new that. Most of my investments is in foreign stocks with exposure in emerging economies such as Hong Kong, Singapore, China, etc. However, when even the media can’t ignore this fact, you know there is a problem.Source: The Telegraph 1,636 total views, no views today

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