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  • Weekly CEO Sells Highlight: QAD Inc, Orbitz Worldwide Inc, Constellation Brands Inc, and Medivation Inc.

    According to GuruFocus Insider Data, these are the largest CEO sales during the past week: QAD Inc, Orbitz Worldwide Inc, Constellation Brands Inc, and Medivation Inc.

    QAD Inc (QADA): CEO, 10% Owner Karl F Lopker sold 1,000,000 Shares  

  • 2 Reasons why Cisco's Growth can Come to a Halt

    In the final quarter of 2014, Cisco’s (CSCO) share price began to rise and the momentum has continued in 2015 as well. The stock has appreciated almost 30% in the last few months and given the company’s strong fundamentals, investors may be hoping for more gains. However, I think there are several factors that can halt Cisco’s growth, which is why I think investors should consider buying Alcatel-Lucent as the company has more room to run. Let’s take a look at the reasons why I think Alcatel will prove to be a better buy than Cisco.

    Absence of trust in Cisco's products has opened up an open door for its opponent Alcatel-Lucent. Alcatel's center networking business is picking up footing in Asian markets. The organization has won contracts from China Mobile (CHL), China Telecom (CHA), and China Unicom (CHU). It has additionally picked up business in Brazil and Turkey.


  • Can This Apple Supplier Move Higher?

    Walt Disney (DIS) has a very diverse business and each of those segments have contributed to the monumental rise in its share price. The company has been performing well as of now, but many investors doubt its future potential. However, I think that Disney still has more upside and is a good buy for the long term. Let’s take a look at the bullish case for Disney.

    Growing consistently


  • Can Disney Deliver More Upside?

    Walt Disney (DIS) has a very diverse business and each of those segments have contributed to the monumental rise in its share price. The company has been performing well as of now, but many investors doubt its future potential. However, I think that Disney still has more upside and is a good buy for the long term. Let’s take a look at the bullish case for Disney.

    Growing consistently


  • Is Nvidia Over-Investing in Tegra?

    Nvidia (NVDA) has invested almost $1 billion in its new Tegra K1 processor. It may seem like a risky bet; however, if you look at the long-term prospects, Nvidia is likely to benefit from this investment. Although Nvidia is expected to gain traction in the mobile business, the automotive market can prove to be the primary growth driver in the future. Let’s take a look at the prospects.

    Benefiting from Tegra


  • Will Johnson & Johnson Continue Soaring?

    Healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) market cap has doubled over the last few months, and the company’s momentum is still intact. The company is worth over $90 billion, and investors may be wondering if the stock is still worth buying. Let’s take a look at the reasons why Johnson & Johnson’s stock could grow further.

    Johnson & Johnson faces close-term headwinds, including healing facilities and shoppers tightening their wallets on elective techniques, which could damage its therapeutic gadget portion. There are likewise worries that famously high doctor prescribed medication prices in the United States could feel obligated if Congress, drug store advantages supervisors, or safety net providers get tired of them. At last, the loss of selectiveness on J&J's about $7 billion per year joint pain drug Remicade come September 2018 is sure to cause a halt among investors.


  • International Strategist Nick Sargen Explains The Implications Of ECB Easing

    For several years now we have had some very smart people suggesting that the Federal Reserve in the US was making a terrible mistake with its aggressive quantitative easing.

    So far though, the Federal Reserve seems to have done pretty well. The US economy is very strong, while many other countries struggle.


  • AQR Capital Management Study On Small Caps - Size Matters If You Control Your Junk

  • We Are In An Era Of Central Bank Worship - Jim Grant

    Jim Grant is the publisher and editor of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, a bi-monthly newsletter that he founded in 1983, around the time when bonds were considered some of the worst investments – when they yielded 13 to 15 percent.

    Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott US Holdings Inc., often quotes Jim Grant’s description of government bonds as ‘return-free risk.’ (Rick sees US Treasuries as the ‘anti-gold’).


  • Thompson Reuters indicator - Flashing Bullishness

    Insider Activity - Turned Bullish

    The Smart Money says "BUY"


  • Marinemax Looks Set To Grab All The Spotlights in The Annual Boat Show 2015

    Marinemax (HZO) participates in the New York Annual Boat show in Javits Centre to accomplish sky rocketing stock upsurge as it puts on display the lineage of extraordinary luxury boats which catches the eyes and hearts of several high end extravagant buyers and in turn creates lucrative prospects for the investors by boosting the sales numbers considerably. In the magnificent Boat fest, Marinemax stood tall throughout every year with its remarkable series of boats that have huge customer appeal. Visitors seemed psyched after having an eyeful of their exhibition which also added some potential investors in their bid.

    Marinemax Reckoner


  • Smart Appliances The New Focus Of Samsung

    South Korean electronics major Samsung Electronics Co. (SSNLF) is on its way to making all its consumer appliances internet ready within a matter of 5 years. The target of the company has been to aggressively look at the smart-homes and smart-cars as major growth segments, and make itself a leader of internet compliant devices by the year 2020. In fact, Samsung is in on its way to making web-only TVs from as early as 2017, and for that, they are ready to pump in $100 million for new developers to work on this build up.


  • Procter & Gamble Looks Set To Drive The FMCG To New Highs

    Procter & Gamble Co. (PG) is an Ohio – US based FMCG and Consumer Goods multinational. The company was founded in 1837 by William Procter and James Gamble. In the one and a half century business, the company has grown by leaps & bounds and diversified into multi dimension product portfolio. The diverse product profile includes Beauty & Hair Care, Baby care, Toiletries, Fragrance, Personal Grooming & Hygiene, Oral Care, Food (Snacks), Pet care and much more. Some of the popular products of the company are Oral B, Olay, Tide Detergent, Head & Shoulders, Pantene, Pringles, Gillette, Vicks, and Fragrances – Escada, Dunhill, Hugo Boss, Tampex, Pampers and many more.


  • A Few Reasons Why This Chip Maker Is a Good Investment for the Long Run

    Avago Technologies (AVGO) ended the last fiscal year on a strong note. The company posted a handsome increase in revenue, which exceeded its expectations and guidance. Avago did well on the back of strong growth in the wireless segment. Moreover, the company is seeing strong product ramp up of new smartphones. In addition, Avago is largely counting on the recent acquisition of PLX to improve its performance in the long run. Let us take a closer look at the overall business of Avago.

    Making the right moves


  • Despite Mixed Numbers, ConAgra Is a Good Investment

    ConAgra (CAG) reported mixed numbers for the second quarter, with reduced earnings from last year due to write down on its store brand food segment. Both Net sales and profit were down on a year over year basis but more or less matched the consensus estimate. It’s been around two years since the acquisition of Ralcorp, but the company failed ConAgra’s CEO Gary Rodkin, who was one of the main people to head this deal.

    In fact, if we look at the statistics ConAgra is the only food maker in S&P 500 index, which yielded losses to its share holders for the past two years. And now even as the company is facing such perilous times Rodkin’s decision to step down as CEO will add further pressure on the food product maker. But still the management seems to be hopeful and expects to do better in the days ahead.


  • Can J.M. Smucker Come Out of Its Slump?

    J.M. Smucker (SJM) reported weak set of numbers for the second quarter as sales declined on account of a weak coffee business. Although its earnings rose due to lower overall costs and expenses, yet it failed to match the street expectations. But the company has strong fundamentals and the higher coffee prices, which weighed on its performance during the quarter, will eventually subside putting the company back on the growth trajectory in the days ahead.

    Improving traction


  • Why Broadcom's Performance Will Improve in the Future

    Broadcom (BRCM) cheered the street with its third quarter results that was mainly driven by strength in its connectivity chips along with well managed expenses. The company’s top line was led by a strong demand ranging from Apple’s iPhone and iPads to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Networks. The numbers grew year over year and also topped the analyst’s expectations. Led by its strong performance, the stock is currently near its 52-week high and Broadcom seems to be on the right track to carry this momentum in the days ahead.

    What's driving growth


  • IAMGOLD's Improving Financial Results Indicate Further Upside

    IAMGOLD (IAG) reported decent numbers for the third quarter with year over year growth in both revenue and earnings. These are hard times for the commodity industry as a whole but the company managed to keep its stand. Moreover, the management is confident of better prospects ahead as the macro economic factors improve.

    Improving steadily


  • Under Armour Looks Promising

    Comfort is the main criterion for an athlete before choosing any apparel. Athletic-apparel giants are, therefore, constantly innovating more and more new products to create a niche in customers’ hearts. Founded in 1996 by Kevin Plank, Under Armour Inc (UA) is an American sports clothing and accessories company. This Baltimore-based company develops sportswear, casual apparel, footwear and a number of sport accessories. Under Armour has its European headquarters in Amsterdam and other additional controlling centers are in Toronto, China, Hong Kong and in Guangzhou, China. The company also sponsors a number of high-level and professional athletes.

    Founded in 1996 by former University of Maryland football player Kevin Plank, Under Armour is the originator of performance apparel - gear engineered to keep athletes cool, dry and light throughout the course of a game, practice or workout. The technology behind Under Armour's diverse product assortment for men, women and youth is complex, but the program for reaping the benefits is simple: wear HeatGear when it's hot, ColdGear when it's cold, and AllSeasonGear between the extremes.


  • Kimberly-Clark Posts Not So Impressive Fourth Quarter Results

    Kimberly-Clark (KMB) is a leading brand recognized in more than 175 countries employing 42,500 employees working at manufacturing facilities in 37 countries. Its flagship brands include Huggies, Kleenex, Kotex, etc.



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