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  • Electronic Arts Strategic Approach Will Help It Deliver Results

    Electronic Arts (EA) considers players first as its ultimate precedence by offering amazing experiences to the gamers daily. Its players on PC and console registered greater than 1.9 billion hours of gameplay in the quarter. EA also achieved a record number of mobile gamers during the quarter, with more than 155 million monthly active users on an average for the company’s mobile games. EA is providing with an incredible and lasting fun and enduring value for its players through all its popular platforms and genres.

    Innovative titles to power the performance


  • D.R. Horton Could Be a Good Buy to Profit From the Housing Market

    D.R. Horton (DHI) announced 33% increase in fourth quarter 2014 revenue to $2.4 billion, compared to revenue of $1.8 billion during the same period last year. Revenue for fourth quarter 2014 also exceeded analysts' expectation of $2.38 billion of revenue.

    Horton reported fourth quarter of fiscal year 2014 net income of $166.3 million, or $0.45 per diluted share as compared to $139.5 million, or $0.40 per diluted share, in the third quarter of fiscal year 2013. However, fourth quarter of fiscal 2014 earnings missed analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expectation of 48 cents.


  • A Few Reasons to Invest In This Consumer Goods Stock for the Long Run

    Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR) announced 14% increase in fourth quarter of fiscal 2014 net sales to $1,195.6 million compared to fourth quarter of fiscal 2013 net sales of $1,047.2 million and exceeding the analyst’s estimates of $1.16 billion, according to Zacks.

    Keurig reported 9% increase in fourth quarter of fiscal 2014 non-GAAP net income of $148.8 million compared to $136.0 million of net income during the same quarter of last year. Non-GAAP diluted income per share increased 1% to $0.90 in fourth quarter of 2014 over $0.89 reported in the same period last year.


  • Frequent Recalls Paralyzes General Motors

    As the number of accidents caused by potentially lethal Takata-made air bag inflators increase, General Motors (GM) has had to recall several cars in the past few months. Anticipating such situations to go out of hand, the company has devised contingency plans.

    More than 21 million vehicles have been recalled globally by numerous automakers since 2008 because of the defective inflators supplied by Takata Corp. These inflators, have in the past, ruptured and shot metal shards into the vehicle and have been linked to at least five deaths.


  • Why This Home Improvement Retailer Is a Smart Investment

    Home Depot (HD), the world’s largest home improvement retailer, recently reported mixed results for the third quarter. Although the company delivered a slight improvement in sales, but its earnings performance was not up to the mark. However, management is pleased with the strong performance across all geographies, which was driven by growth in transactions. Let us take a closer look at the underlying business of Home Depot and see why it could be a good buy.

    A look at the performance


  • A Closer Look at Anadarko Petroleum's Prospects

    Robust third-quarter results represent the strength of Anadarko Petroleum (APC). The company delivered a strong performance, posting a 20% year-over-year increase in liquid composition. Looking ahead, it sees several growth drivers that can help it improve. Let's take a closer look.

    The growth drivers


  • Can NQ Mobile Deliver Better Results in the Long Run?

    Things are not moving smoothly at NQ Mobile (NQ). The company has been continually delivering weaker than expected results. However, management is still optimistic about a better performance in the future. The company is undertaking several strategies and initiatives to improve its performance. to restore its credibility, value and growth. Let's take a look.

    Innovation and better management


  • Robust Wireless Growth Can Take Crown Castle Higher

    Crown Castle International (CCI) recently released strong results. The company seems well positioned for better times ahead as it is undertaking various steps to drive its growth. More importantly, Crown Castle is seeing robust momentum in the wireless infrastructure business. Let's take a closer look at the company and see why it can be a good investment going forward.

    Wireless prospects are strong


  • Feeling Disappointed by BlackBerry’s 33% Revenue Drop? Here’s Why Not to Lose Faith

    Canadian software and security giant BlackBerry (BBRY) reported its fiscal 2015 third quarter numbers recently. Despite a positive bottom-line, the stock took a beating as revenues were in red and shares dropped by more than 5%. For the three months period the company reported net revenues of $793 million, down by a flabbergasting 33% from prior year period’s $1.19 billion. Even the bottom line came at a negative $148 million or $0.28 a share. However, after adjusting for non-recurring onetime costs, it improved to $16 million or $0.01 a share.

    The Wall Street and the investors weren’t much happy about the numbers. But, should the investors really be disappointed? I think we are missing the bigger picture – that of a recovering BlackBerry. Here are some signs that should help the investors keep faith in the tech behemoth.


  • An Interview With Internal Public Relations at CEN Biotech Inc.

  • Dividend Achievers Series: Aaron's

    Aaron’s (AAN) is a consumer goods and electronics sale and lease company. Aaron’s is the largest consumer goods and electronic leasing company in the US with a market cap of $2 billion; slightly larger than rival Rent-A-Center (RCII) which has a market cap of $1.8 billion. Aaron’s is undergoing a transition with the recent acquisition of online consumer products leaser Progressive Financial.

    Aaron’s has not reduced its dividend payments since 1994. The company currently has a dividend yield of just 0.3%. Aaron’s is a Dividend Achiever, as it has increased its dividend payments for 10 or more consecutive years. While Aaron’s is a Dividend Achiever, its negligible yield makes it an unsuitable candidate for investors seeking current income.


  • Be like Buffett, Buy like Buffett: USG Corporation Study

    It may prove difficult to value a company that habitually loses money. Companies in their infancy phase, when they reinvest everything into growth, often operate with negative margins. They believe current investment into growth will pay off in the future, much like Starbucks in the 1990s. Other companies, ones that are asset intensive, also operate losing money much of the time.

    Instead of building new retail locations, asset intensive businesses, like USG Corporation, a manufacturer and distributer of building materials, spend money on constructing manufacturing facilities. So, how might an investor go about valuing a company that has unpredictable earnings?


  • BlackBerry Posts Mixed Numbers, But Is On The Right Path Of Revival

    When the name of Blackberry (BBRY) was taken a few years back, it used to be considered as a symbol of pride and esteem but with new mobile players moving into the smartphone market with far better offerings, the Blackberry phones took the back seat when it came to their sales vis-à-vis their counterparts with similar features. This in turn did grossly affect the earnings of the company which started generating negative cash flows and has thus reported losses in the past several quarters. Recently, on December 19, the Canadian mobile player reported its third quarter earnings which were not very impressive, but at least were better in terms of cash flow and profits when compared to the similar quarter of the fiscal year. Let’s dive in and find out what happened during the quarter and what the management have to say regarding their strategies to turnaround the company.


  • 18 Attractive And Perfect Dividend Stocks

    I write a lot about investments, mostly about dividend paying stocks which have grown payments over a long period of time.

    I personally believe that those companies offer true values for normal do-it-yourself investors like you and me.


  • Weekly CFO Sells Highlight: eBay Inc, Lowe's Companies Inc, Harmonic Inc.

    According to GuruFocus Insider Data, the recent CFO sales were: eBay Inc, Lowe's Companies Inc, and Harmonic Inc.


  • This Holiday Season Gift Yourself These 3 Retail Stocks

    It’s time of the year for an investor to put on the holiday hat and gift himself or herself a nice bunch of stocks that will add to the long-term value of the portfolio and give great returns. So, as an investor if you are looking at retail stocks, these three stocks are probably going to give you the most value –Whole Foods (WFM), Costco (COST) and Wal-Mart (WMT). What makes the combination of the three special is the fact that each of these specialize in a way of its own. Here’s why the stocks can light up your portfolio.


  • December Buffett-Munger Bargain Newsletter is Ready for Download

    December Buffett-Munger Bargain Newsletter is Ready for Download

    The Buffett-Munger Bargain newsletter is about a company that has dominated since the eighties. The company is about ten times larger its nearest direct competitor and yet still has room to grow in this highly fragmented industry. Like Berkshire's famous investment See's candies, this company generates increasing amounts of excess cash as it grows.


  • 3 Things That Can Help McDonald’s Hit A Home Run

    McDonald’s (MCD) reported its sales performance in the U.S., registering the worst decline of 4.6% in comparable store sales in a decade. The Big Mac maker has decided to pull up the socks by making necessary changes in order to revive customer foot fall and boost sales in its domestic market. Here’s a lowdown on the three steps McDonald’s taking to overcome the issues.


  • Compounding or Confounding: The Agony of the Sale

    Compounding or Confounding: The Agony of the Sale

    We've received many great questions over the past few months as we've laid out Nintai's investment policies and examples of some of our mistakes. The question most often asked is "OK....I see how you BUY a stock...but what makes you SELL a stock?"


  • Airbus Challenges Boeing with This A330neo Order Win

    Airbus (EADSY) and its American rival Boeing (BA) are fighting tooth and nail to bag greater number of orders as the final days of 2014 approach. While Airbus is the undisputed champion in the narrow-body jet market, Boeing (BA) dominates the wide-body commercial jets space. But the latest order from AirAsia X, a South-east Asian low cost carrier, gives Airbus a leg up in the wide-body race, suggesting that the plane maker is gradually gaining grounds in the wide-body market.

    According to a report published in Wichita Business Journal, AirAsia X has placed an order for 55 A330neo aircraft, valued at around $15 billion. While this order win might not help Airbus to beat Boeing in terms of maximum orders bagged during the year, it’s definitely going to help the former gain market share and edge closer to its peer.


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