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  • Yingli Green Energy's Short-Term Weakness Isn't a Big Problem

    Yingli Green Energy (YGE) is a Chinese solar player that is not in good shape. As of late, Yingli shares crashed at the end of the day after news rose that the Chinese government may cut its 2014 solar installation targets.


    Concerns to watch

      


  • Invensense Is On Track to Deliver Growth in the Long Run

    Chip producer Invensense (INVN) is doing great in 2014, picking up as the possibility of arriving a spot in the approaching iphone is picking up more ground by the day. Nonetheless, Invensense had floundered when it reported its final quarter results back in May. Invensense had missed earnings estimates in the final quarter, furthermore issued a feeble direction. Anyway the stock has skiped back amazingly since then, and looks set to improve going ahead.


    With Invensense's earnings heading up on July 29, it is a decent time to examine its prospects and see why it might be a solid purchase for the long run.

      


  • Aluminum Maker Alcoa Can Soar to New Highs on the Back of Economic Development

    Aluminum maker Alcoa (AA) is doing great in 2014, with its shares effectively up 55%. Anyway, the great thing is that Alcoa hasn't used up breath yet. The organization as of late reported strong second-quarter results, and looking ahead, strong energy in various end markets will keep impelling Alcoa shares higher.


    Alcoa's performance in the downstream segment was good in the previous quarter, as the organization recorded the highest level of profit as well as margin. Moreover, midstream profit increased 34%, and the upstream also put in an enhanced performance.

      


  • Here's Why Google Is Not a Good Investment

    Google (GOOG) (GOOGL) has improved slightly than the NASDAQ Composite file so far this year, yet considering its late second-quarter results, there's a possibility that it may quicken from now on. Be that as it may, there are sure concerns.


    In addition, as rivalry from Facebook (FB) is rising in the promotion space, it may be troublesome for Google to keep developing at this pace. We should see what lies in store for Google and whether it will have the capacity to sustain its energy going ahead.

      


  • Investors Should Not Miss Intel's Turnaround

    Intel's (INTC) turnaround is set to proceed. The chipmaker released awesome second-quarter results, determined by strong PC sales. In addition, Intel is of the notion that the PC industry will improve. The organization also issued a strong viewpoint for the current quarter, signifying that it is certain of improving.


    Conditions are progressing

      


  • Benefit From the Solar Market With This Stock

    Solar vitality solutions supplier First Solar (FSLR) is on an outstanding run this year. The stock has effectively picked up 12% so far in 2014. First Solar has been reporting breathtaking development, and considering its strong asset report and a better than average valuation, it still looks like a solid purchase.


    A strong request book

      


  • A Closer Look at the Dividend of These Household Companies

    The force of brand names cannot be overstated. The profit of having strong, generally enjoyed brands is that an organization can accomplish much higher margins than the seller of a nonexclusive item because customers are eager to pay more for higher quality. Kimberly-Clark (KMB) is an illustration of an organization that owns such brands.


    Strong brands are commonly a sign of a dividend stock, giving stability and ensuring that the dividend is overall supported. Kimberly-Clark has claim over brands such as Cottonelle, Kotex, Kleenex, Huggies, Depend, and Pull-Ups. The organization sells its products across 175 countries.

      


  • A Few Reasons Why Pandora Is Best Avoided

    The quantity of companies which offer a music subscription or web radio service seems to be developing bigger consistently. There's Pandora (P), which has turned out to be extraordinarily prominent with its free promotion supported model and a notice free subscription service. At that point there's Spotify, which has a much bigger library than Pandora furthermore offers a free commercial supported version. Pandora has around three times as numerous dynamic users as Spotify does.


    Google in focus

      


  • 2000 and beyond

    Stocks have hit and stayed over 2000, which is a remarkable feat as well as historic. Of course, the current price levels have me a bit skeptical as well as a little fearful for investors jumping into this overvalued market. Earning have been increasing, but this doesn't mean that we should be willing to pay higher multiples on those earnings. It also doesn't mean that we should only use earnings as the basis of our investment decisions, I'd personally rather use free cash flow. Quantitative Easing, or QE, will end soon and Fed Chairwoman Yellen has already indicated that she doesn't intend to raise interest rates.


    The Fed's involvement in both keeping interest rates low by buying short term bonds and inflating prices has really been the support system for the economy. Of course, this cannot continue forever. Corporate growth is a little comforting, and will hopefully be sustainable without the Fed's extra involvement in the economy. However, it doesn't justify paying higher and higher prices.

      


  • Everything's Going Right for Gilead Sciences

    Gilead Sciences (GILD) can't do anything offbase. Not just has the biotech's hepatitis C treatment Sovaldi turn into a multibillion-dollar sedate short of what a year into its release, yet Gilead got two bits of uplifting news today in the proclamations of a positive result from a lawsuit and scope of Sovaldi by the U.k's. NICE.


    Gilead stated that a discretion board managed its support in a lawsuit Roche recorded against the organization. Roche guaranteed rights to Sovaldi as a feature of its 2004 coordinated effort with Pharmasset, which Gilead accordingly bought. The decade-old arrangement approved the European pharma monster to permit Pharmasset's "PSI-6130 and its prodrugs."

      


  • Will Standard Chartered Bank Sell Off The Business Partially In The UAE?

    The internationally renowned British bank, Standard Chartered Bank (SCBFF), is currently facing legal action from U.S. authorities for failing to detect a large number of “potentially high-risk transactions” that originated in Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The failure to identify such critical money laundering transactions has led to the bank being fined around $300 million by the New York Department of Financial Services after a flaw in the bank’s transaction monitoring system got identified that flouted the terms agreed upon in 2012 when the bank had violated sanctions with countries including Iran.


    Against this backdrop, Standard Chartered is interested to sell its UAE accounts and is out in search for bidders from the country. Let’s dig deeper and find out its strategic moves and what the Gulf central bank is saying.

      


  • Does Google Have A Task In Its Hand?

    Search engine pro Google (GOOGL)(GOOG) gave blended signs when it as of late proclaimed its second-quarter results. On one hand, development in its center search business consolidated with expanded publicizing volumes to prompt an evaluation beating 22% year-over-year climb in revenue. Then again, Google's climbing use and fall in advertisement costs took their toll on the organization's balanced income of $6.08 for every offer, which missed the mark regarding Street desires of $6.24 for every offer.


    In spite of the fact that financial specialists reacted decidedly to the income development as shares went up by 1.4% in augmented exchanging, the little rate expand demonstrated diligent worries about the organization's profit in late quarters.

      


  • Intel: Are the Times Changing?

    Chip maker Intel (INTC) as of late scored an enormous win by reserving in Panasonic Corp. as the latest client to use its inconceivably created 14-nanometer processor foundries. Also that is positively uplifting news for an organization that has neglected to discover numerous takers for its plans to open up its foundries to different clients and even potential contenders, in an offer to help its future benefit.


    Notwithstanding, Intel's method, which has generally been the aftereffect of its disappointment to addition a toehold in the portable processor portion, keeps on failing a significant barricade –as Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSM) or TSMC, the planet's biggest contract chipmaker with around a half piece of the pie. Indeed, the last time Intel figured out how to secure an enormous client win as Altera Corp. for its chipmaking foundries was path back in February 2013.

      


  • Why SolarCity is a Good Buy Despite Rich Valuations

    Solarcity (SCTY) is on an exceptional run, and there appears to be no thinking over for the sun-based player. Truth be told, Solarcity reported first-quarter revenue adding up to $61.3 million, which is very nearly twofold as contrasted with the past year's quarter, while the appraisals were searching for income just above $60 million. What's more, Solarcity yielded a net loss of $0.96 per share, short of the evaluated $1.00.


    Thus, Solarcity appears to be making great strides in the business, and a more intensive gander at its prospects will tell us that the organization is situated to convey long-haul development.

      


  • Investors Should Consider Chipotle Mexican Grill for Long-Term Gains

    Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) shares have soared so far in 2014 and are exchanging at close to 52-week highs. Anyhow, in the wake of taking a gander at the organization's late results, more upside can't be discounted. Chipotle reported robust second-quarter results.


    Doing admirably in a nature's turf

      


  • Ford: This Automaker Can Deliver Solid Returns Over the Long Term

    After a frail performance in the first quarter, Ford (F) surprised Wall Street with breathtaking second-quarter results. The automaker's results were determined by strong performances in North America and Asia, with net income rising 6% from last year despite a 1% drop in revenue. Likewise, its European business skipped back, reporting a profit without precedent for three years.


    Ford also outperformed its opponent General Motors (GM), which is confronting headwinds because of several recalls and a government investigation. Ford shares are up 10% so far this year; however the stock has pulled back from its 52-week high as of late. The pullback might be ascribed to lower-than-anticipated car sales in July as reported by most automakers.

      


  • Kroger's Improving Business Makes It an Interesting Bet

    Consumer trust in the U.S. is getting better. This is a positive marker for supermarket stores such as Kroger (KR). Indeed, Kroger seems to be now profiting from enhancing consumer certainty this year. Its shares have picked up an impressive 25% this year, determined by robust revenue and earnings development.


    Impressive results

      


  • This Steelmaker's Turnaround Looks Unlikely

    It hasn't been smooth sailing for ArcelorMittal (MT), the world's largest steel creator. The organization's reliance on the mining business has harmed it considerably because of a drop in ware prices. As such, despite reporting empowering second-quarter results, where ArcelorMittal bobbed over to profitability in the wake of two prolonged years, its standpoint left a great deal to be desired.


    A weak forecast

      


  • Google Twitch-out, Amazon Twitch-in

    Both the giants were vying to buy out Twitch, one of the leaders in video game live-streaming business across the globe. For the last few months or so the market was abuzz with the news of Google (GOOG) acquiring Twitch, and the speculators were all set to analyze the Google-Twitch prospects but at the end things fell apart for Google and the e-commerce giant Amazon (AMZN) notched up Twitch. Now that Amazon has officially confirmed their acquisition of Twitch for a whopping $970 million in cash, let's delve a little deeper and unravel the story about this most talked about acquisition in the recent times.


    Twitch reckoner

      


  • The French Government Collapses…and French Stocks Rally. What Gives?

    The French government collapses amid petty infighting over the weekend…and French stocks rallied on Monday. That says a lot about the market’s perception of the people running France.


    French stocks have taken a beating of late; the iShares MSCI France ETF (EWQ) spent most of June and July in correction, dropping about 14% peak to trough on a string of lukewarm economic news, geopolitical tensions in Ukraine, and some good, old-fashioned profit taking. But since early August, French stocks have been quietly rallying, and the change in government offers hope that investors may be reevaluating the Fifth Republic.

      


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