1. Dan Stubbs

    Correction in the Markets.

    I have been waiting for the normal correction that the market does ever 10 to 12 years how far it does no one really know. I have seens the first sign of the fall, and I look for it to hit a 22 percent slide in Tech stocks, and services. Banking will stay strong unless Congress starts to mess...
  2. Bob900

    Exxon Mobil Profit surges depsite Harvey Impact

    $XOM reported 50% jump in its 3Q17 earnings, despite the impact of Hurricane Harvey that had led to the temporary closure of a few Gulf coast facilities. Earnings rose to $3.9Bil, or $0.93 per share, from $2.7Bil, or $0.63 per share during 3Q16. This increase was due to improved commodity...
  3. NorFoster

    Celgene's (CELG) future seems to be a big question mark

    Celgene earnings details. A cut in the outlook, especially it's long-term targets, is not an encouraging one. Also, a decrease in pharma company's R&D expenses is not a good sign.
  4. bank_on_carrie

    Is General Motors even trying?

    Ford is kicking its arse to kingdom come. And GM is busy selling off European brands and stopping Chevrolet in India and South Africa. What's with it? Are they following Michael Bay? I mean, check this comparison out:
  5. I

    Quick question!

    Hey guys, im new to stocks and everything I just have quick question that is burning through my head right now. I feel like what created the housing bubble from the early 2000s to 2008 started from reagan. Reagan and Greenspan deregulated the economy making it easier for the finance industry...

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