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  • More Upside Potential For Hess Corporation

    As oil trends higher on the back of production cut announced by the OPEC, there is high likelihood that the upside will sustain. With this view, I have renewed focus on some quality names in the energy sector that can trend higher in the coming quarters. I discussed Occidental Corporation (NYSE:OXY) yesterday and this article will discuss Hess Corporation (NYSE:HES), which has trended higher by 23% for YTD16. In my view, Hess Corporation is worth holding for the medium to long-term and this article will elaborate on the positives.


    When I discussed Occidental Corporation, my focus was on the company’s liquidity and cash flow visibility for the next 12-36 months. As oil trends higher, companies with high financial flexibility can accelerate capital spending and that’s the reason to discuss this factor upfront.

      


  • Franco Nevada Corp (FNV): hold this leading gold and silver royalty company

    Gold for immediate delivery continues to climb down: on the London Bullion Market, the precious metal closed at $1171.25 per troy ounce at 10:30 a.m. (London Time) and decreased 0.10%, or $1.25 per troy ounce, from the last price of $1,172.500 per troy ounce at close yesterday.


    November was a difficult month for the gold industry as shown by the picture below where two of the most important gold stocks indexes, representing the gold stocks industry as a whole, the SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) and the VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF (GDX) fell by 9% and 16%:

      


  • Will Himax Gain Benefits From the Rise of VR Market?

    Virtual reality and augmented reality market is growing at a rapid pace and is projected to reach $120 billion by 2020, according to digi-capital.com. Augmented reality market could account for $90 billion, leaving the rest $30 billion for virtual reality. As per latest research from Greenlight VR, customer interest in VR is inching higher. Apart from gaming, users are likely to use VR for entertainment, education, travel, events, etc.


    Although there are several companies that are betting big on virtual reality, Himax Technologies (NASDAQ:HIMX) is one of my favourite pick, as the company is working on this particular technology from quite a long time. 2015 was almost a flat year for the company, but the company has performed well this year, as it managed to beat top-line and bottom-line estimates in the prior three quarters.

      


  • 23 Questions with Rich Shaner

    1. How and why did you get started investing? What is your background?

    My Dad is the whole reason I’ve gotten involved with investing. My earliest television memories are of Louis Rukeyser on Wall Street Week. That was high entertainment on a Friday night, much to my chagrin at the time. In addition to that my Dad and I have been very close and have been doing extended road trips together since I was in Kindergarten. The two topics that surfaced the most frequently were investing and vintage race cars. Not surprisingly both of those topics are things that I am highly passionate about to this day.

      


  • Why Investors Should Stay Away from NVIDIA for Now

    NVIDIA’s growth in 2016 has accelerated so much that the company kept beating estimates and its own guidances on a regular basis. The company guided second quarter revenues to be near $1.35 billion, while the actual result was $1.43 billion; third quarter guidance was for $1.68 billion, while the actual result was a record $2.00 billion, which also beat wall street estimates by a huge margin, incidentally.


    Clearly, even NVIDIA itself is not able to make accurate predictions about its own growth numbers. The soaring results were the direct result of NVIDIA finding extra wings due to the growth of Auto Segment and Data center segment, both of which are poised to grow tremendously in the next few years. The company bagged the leadership position in these two markets even before its competitors were able to realise that these they would be huge revenue spinners of the next decade.

      


  • The Strategy behind Amazon Web Services’ Growing Margins

    Amazon Web Services has been cutting prices whenever it gets a chance. Amazon EC2, their on-demand reserve instances, has gone through 53 price cuts since launching in 2006, while S3, their store service which cost 15 cents per GB in 2006 now costs 80% less. To call Amazon relentless in its pursuit to reduce prices would be an understatement, but with such aggressive cuts, it’s a wonder how the company managed to push its margins upward with each quarter.


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  • Jamba Inc Insider purchases shares

    Jamba Inc (JMBA-NAS) Director and 10% owner Glenn W. Welling purchased 135,000 shares in the company between December 1 and December 5 according to a form 4 filing


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  • Does Buying Cheap Stocks Work?

    The answer, as always, starts with the basics: intrinsic value. Can the company earn more money next year than this year? Does the company have a coherent plan to make money, and is it believable? Generally the answer is "No". If the company were really that promising, would it still be a penny stock?

    You must also consider risk. Can you even trust the company? If it's not meeting regulatory requirements and it's not meeting the standards of a major market exchange like the NYSE or the NASDAQ, how trustworthy is the company? It doesn't have to file quarterly and annual reports with the SEC like other public companies do—how much communication do you get and how accurate is it? How much do you trust that the company will treat you as an individual investor, with a minimum-sized investment in the company?

    Worse, small stocks are often subject to extreme volatility of prices. Some people see this as an advantage, where the price of these stocks can swing 10%, 20%, 50%, 100% in a day. If you're on the winning side of that, you may enjoy it, but if you're on the losing side, it's no fun. (Without good information on the company's financial picture, how can you predict what will happen?)

      


  • The Eight Levels of Value Investing


    “Spend each day trying to be a little wiser than you were when you woke up. Discharge your duties faithfully and well. Step by step you get ahead, but not necessarily in fast spurts. But you build discipline by preparing for fast spurts. Slug it out one inch at a time, day by day. At the end of the day – if you live long enough – most people get what they deserve.”

      


  • Insider Buying At Biostage Foreshadowed Significant Positive News

    Biostage Inc (NASDAQ:BSTG) - Significant Insider Buying


    After you spend a few years in this business listening to company conference calls and attending conferences there is something that you become very aware of.

      


  • A Quick Review of Thermofisher

    On October 27, Thermofisher delivered its third quarter 2016 results. The $56 billion diagnostics & research giant delivered an 8.19% sales growth to $13.3 billion and 1.42% profit growth to $1.39 billion. Thermofisher closed 0.8% that day, while the Standard & Poor 500 index closed -0.30%.


      


  • GoDaddy Inc. (GDDY) to Buy Host Europe Group (HEG) For $1.8 billion

    This acquisition is intended and by far it will help to accelerate GoDaddy international expansion. GoDaddy announced their new acquisition recently, which they termed as their largest acquisition they have ever had. The deal to buy Host Europe Group for €1.69 billion (US$1.8 billion) and merge the two companies as internet services business will help to accelerate and spear head GoDaddy international expansion by far. The combining of the two internet services businesses have opened heated discussions due to their popularity all over the world a step that is notable and worthwhile.


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  • Rakesh Khanna, Interim CEO and President of Syntel Inc. (SYNT), acquired 5,850 shares of the company on December 5, 2016

    Rakesh Khanna (Insider Trades), Interim CEO and President of Syntel Inc. (SYNT), acquired 5,850 shares of the company on December 5, 2016. The average price per share was $20.00, for a total transaction of $117,000. Syntel Inc., an information technology and knowledge process services company for Global 2000 companies, has a market cap of 1.67 billion.


    The number of SYNT insider sells increased each year from 2013 to 2015 while the total volume of insider shares sold each year decreased. In 2013, there were 31 insider sells totaling 170,684 shares in 2013. In the following year, there was one more insider sell, however the total number of insider shares sold amounted to 132,068, and in 2015, there were 37 insider sells totaling 109,352 shares. There were no insider sells of the company from 2013 to 2015, however, SYNT insiders purchased 35,647 shares in 6 transactions in 2016 to date. Including Khanna’s aforementioned transaction, Khanna purchased 5,850 shares in 2 transactions and sold a total of 19,950 shares of the company since 2013. SYNT Chief Administrative Officer, Daniel Moore (Insider Trades), purchased 4,297 shares of the company for an average per share price of $19.99 on December 5, 2016. For more information about insider transactions with SYNT, click here.

      


  • Bill Nygren Gains MGM Resorts, Removes 3 Postions

    Bill Nygren (Trades, Portfolio), portfolio manager of the Oakmark Funds, invests in companies that trade at substantial discounts to their business value. As discussed in the fund’s prospectus, the Oakmark Select Fund seeks long-term capital appreciation based on the assumption that the company’s stock price converges to the intrinsic value over time. Nygren and his partners view each stock buy as “a piece of the business” instead of simply a stock certificate.


    The Oakmark Select Fund portfolio manager eliminated positions in LinkedIn Corp. (NYSE:LNKD), Monsanto Co. (NYSE:MON) and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (NYSE:FCAU) during the third quarter. With the proceeds from these transactions, Nygren invested in 6.5 million shares of MGM Resorts International (NYSE:MGM).

      


  • 2017 GuruFocus Conference Early Bird Registration Will End on December 15

    2017 GuruFocus Conference Early Bird Registration will end soon. Register now before the seat runs out. Seats are limited. Get a deep discount by registering before Dec. 15.


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  • US Market Indexes Higher on Tuesday

    U.S. market indexes were higher on Tuesday.


    For the day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 19,251.71 for a gain of 35.47 points or 0.18%. The Standard & Poor's 500 closed at 2,212.23 for a gain of 7.52 points or 0.34%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 5,333.00 for a gain of 24.11 points or 0.45%. The VIX Volatility Index was lower for the day at 11.78 for a loss of 0.36 points or 2.97%.

      


  • Agilent Technologies Raises Dividend 15%

    Agilent Technologies’ (NYSE:A) dividend has increased by 15%. Its overall yield is below that of the Standard & Poor's 500 Index, at 1.19%. The firm has paid a dividend since April 2012.


    Agilent provides solutions that include instruments, software, services and consumables for the entire laboratory workflow. It has three segments: Life Sciences and Applied Markets, Diagnostics and Genomics and CrossLab. Agilent was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.

      


  • Rising Rates Meet Nesting Urges

    We at Smead Capital Management are in the camp of long-duration investors who believe we have entered an extended period of intermittent interest rate increases, a reversal from the 35-year era of intermittent declining rates we have experienced since 1981.


    The chart below shows that speculators have placed very heavy bets on rising interest rates in November (1). The placement of these heavy bets indicates that we could be close to the first temporary peak in the 10-year Treasury bond moving from historically low rates around 1.5%. It looks to us like the first inning of a nine-inning game; the last game of this kind lasted 30 years.

      


  • Can Zest Fresh Revolutionize an Industry?

    For the millennial generation, holding the latest technological advances in the palms of their hands has become commonplace. Middle school children with iPhones, most owning smart tablets, are now part of an interconnected social community that is taking far more personal action to bring about social change and to promote personal responsibility as citizens of the world than ever before.


    Within that movement, there are a handful of select companies that are also taking on a leading role to endorse and incorporate more socially conscious methods of conducting business with a goal of promoting sustainability, eliminating substantial amounts of waste and streamlining business processes with the intent to keep these savings perpetual.

      


  • 8 Uncommon Stocks NWQ Managers Is Buying

    NWQ Managers (Trades, Portfolio) is a value-oriented money management firm with several funds products and more than $54 billion under management. In both the second and third quarters the guru bought shares in the following stocks:


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  • A Record Year From the Smallest of the Big 5

    (Published Dec. 6 by The Financial Canadian)


    It is well-documented that investors in smaller businesses are often rewarded by faster business growth.

      


  • Asset Sales, New Projects Fuel 6.7% Dividend Yield

    (Published Dec. 6 by Bob Ciura)


    There are several instances in which European stocks have significantly higher dividend yields than their U.S.-based counterparts. One example is in the health care sector, where GlaxoSmithKline (NYSE:GSK) has a 5% dividend yield.

      


  • Microsoft’s Downside

    (Published Dec. 6 by Bob Ciura)


    Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ:MSFT) has everything a dividend growth investor could ask for. It is a highly profitable company with a well-defined growth plan and an excellent balance sheet.

      


  • 23 Questions With Mike Price

    1. How and why did you get started investing? What is your background?


    I was 13 years old at a conference for salesmen that my mom brought me to because Joe Montana would be there. Phil Town presented on some technical analysis software by Investools. I never got into that, but I got some investing books at the library, started reading on the Motley Fool website and stumbled on to Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio).

      


  • 12 Questions With Joseph Calandro

    1. How and why did you get started investing? What is your background?


    I came to investing late, by way of trading. I began trading in the early 90s and did very well, at least initially. For example, my first four years I returned over 50% each year at minimal levels of volatility. That changed in my fifth year, 1997, during the “Asian Contagion” when I experienced a substantial drawdown. Significantly, at the time I did not understand how or why I drew down so severely. I therefore stopped trading and engaged in a research program to find the answers, which led me to Graham and Dodd, Austrian economics and true risk management.

      


  • 24 Questions With Value Investor Jacob Taylor of the UC Davis Graduate School of Management

    1. How and why did you get started investing? What is your background?


    In a past life I ran the power grid for the state of California. I enrolled in UC Davis' MBA program as a working professional to keep my career options open. Through the school, I ended up winning a lottery to have lunch with Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio). We had a lengthy question and answer session at Berkshire Hathaway's (NYSE:BRK.A)(NYSE:BRK.B) headquarters before Buffett treated us to steaks at Gorat's. He had a well-thought-out, articulate answer to any question we lobbed at him. I was incredibly inspired. On the plane ride home, I kept asking myself one question: how had one man accumulated so much knowledge? I started reading everything about him I could get my hands on to answer that question. I had always been interested in saving and investing, but I never had a true framework until I stumbled into value investing. After years of study, I eventually transitioned careers and founded Farnam Street Investments with my then-boss at the energy company, who also happened to be a big Buffett fan. We named the company as a tip of the cap to Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio)'s first partnership he started out of his house on Farnam Street.

      


  • Strong Fundamentals Take Transocean Higher

    With OPEC agreeing on its first production cut in eight years, offshore drilling stocks have seen a strong rally. Among the names in the sector that look attractive, Transocean (NYSE:RIG) is worth discussing. Among the many positive factors that will be discussed, the company reported strong quarterly numbers and the stock surged 44% since reporting third-quarter results. We will discuss why this upside trend is likely to be sustained in the coming quarters.


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  • 5 Undervalued Stocks for Value Investors With a High Beta

    There are a number of great companies in the market today. Using the ModernGraham Valuation Model, these are the five undervalued companies for value investors with the highest beta.


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  • Zeke Ashton Reduces, Eliminates Multiple Positions in 3rd Quarter

    Zeke Ashton (Trades, Portfolio) is a managing partner at Centaur Capital Partners and manages the Centaur Value Fund. During the third quarter, the guru made the following trades:


    The investor reduced his position in Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) by 50.94%. The trade had an impact of -3.9% on the portfolio.

      


  • Barnes & Noble Education Reports Sales Slump

    Barnes & Noble Education Inc. (NYSE:BNED) reported its earnings for the second quarter of fiscal 2017 today. While the company reported an increase in sales, it lowered the outlook for comparable sales for the year.


    The company is one of the largest contract bookstore operators on university campuses across the U.S. and a leading provider of digital education services. In August of 2015, the company split from Barnes & Noble Inc. (NYSE:BKS) and began operations as an independent company.

      


  • Nihon Kagaku Sangyo Looks Undervalued

    Nihon Kagaku Sangyo Co. Ltd. (TSE:4094) is an industrial company that has been in business for many decades. According to the company’s website, it has two business segments: Chemicals and Building Materials.


    The Chemicals segment produces catalysts for a wide range of customers. It also produces. “chemicals for plating, coating materials, printing ink, electrical conductivity, ceramics and glass, and battery materials.”

      


  • Why Palo Alto Networks Is the Best Cybersecurity Play

    At present, Palo Alto Networks (NYSE:PANW) appears to be one of the best bets in the cybersecurity industry as the company is taking shrewd steps to achieve a leading position in the growing market.


    Palo Alto Networks recently reported its fiscal first-quarter 2017 earnings. The company managed to beat the earnings estimate but failed to meet the revenue estimate. However, Palo Alto’s revenue increased 34% year over year while billings surged 32% year over year. Moreover, the company produced a free cash flow of $182 million, representing a surge of 43% year over year.

      


  • Is Icahn Enterprises Better Than Berkshire?

    Of all the world’s great investors, Carl Icahn (Trades, Portfolio) is perhaps the most feared and respected at the same time. Icahn started his life on Wall Street as a stockbroker and worked his is way up to become the Street’s most respected activist investor and most feared corporate raider.


    From 1968 through 2011, Icahn compounded the initial $100,000 he invested in his Wall Street firm at a 31% annual rate. Over the same period, the book value of Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio)’s Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.A)(NYSE:BRK.B) grew only 20% annualized.

      


  • Is There Value in the Shipping Sector?

    On valuation alone, the global shipping sector is probably the most attractive industry on the entire market. The dry bulk, tanker and box shipping industries are full of companies trading at a double-digit discount to net asset values.


    For example, shares in companies such as Teekay LNG Partners (NYSE:TGP), Frontline Ltd. (NYSE:FRO), Euronav NV (EURN), Seaspan (SSW), Teekay Offshore (NYSE:TOO), Costamare (CMRE), Navigator Holdings (NVGS), Diana Shipping (NYSE:DSX), Safe Bulkers (NYSE:SB), DryShips (NASDAQ:DRYS), Scorpio Bulkers (NYSE:SALT) and TOP Ships (NASDAQ:TOPS) all trade at an average price-book (P/B) of less than 0.5. Such a discount implies an upside of 100% if confidence returns to the sector and the shares are bid up to asset value.

      


  • AbbVie, Johns Hopkins Unite for Cancer Research

    AbbVie Inc. (NYSE:ABBV)  and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine will conduct exploration, experimentation and discovery activities related to studying cancer, according to a five-year collaboration agreement.


    The worldwide biopharmaceutical company headquartered in Lake Bluff, Illinois, and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, located in Baltimore, announced through PR Newswire yesterday that the agreement encompasses the goal of targeting disparate fields of cancer research, including lung carcinoma, bowel cancer, breast, prostate and blood tumors.

      


  • Is Under Armour a Safe Bet?

    Under Armour Inc. (NYSE:UA) had a great year in 2015, but that is not the case this year. Despite reporting strong results in the prior several quarters, the stock currently trades in red. However, in the most recent quarter, the company shared earnings per share of 29 cents, beating the consensus estimates by four cents. Revenue came in at $1.47 billion, $10 million more than the estimates.


    It is well known that Nike (NYSE:NKE) holds a leading position in the apparel industry and cannot be compared to Under Armour due to its enormous size, but it is worth noting that Under Armour's sales have surged over 20% year over year each quarter for the past six years.

      


  • Bullish on Occidental Petroleum as Oil Trends Higher

    I wrote about Occidental Petroleum (NYSE:OXY) when oil was depressed with the view that the stock was worth accumulating for the long term. With OPEC agreeing to the first production cut in eight years, oil has sustained above $50 per barrel and is likely to trend higher in the coming quarters. I will discuss why Occidental Petroleum is still worth considering after the stock has trended higher by 19% from year-to-date lows.


    As oil trends higher, it is entirely likely oil and gas exploration companies will consider ramping up investments. Therefore, the first point of discussion is the company’s financial flexibility for accelerated capital spending. As of Sept. 30, Occidental had a cash balance of $3.2 billion, providing funding visibility for the medium term. In addition, the company expects $2 billion in 2017 to 2018 from tax refunds and non-strategic asset sales. Therefore, with potential cash of $5.2 billion in the next 24 months, Occidental is well positioned for growth.

      


  • HollyFrontier Benefits From Credit Suisse Upgrade

    Credit Suisse upgraded HollyFrontier Corp. (NYSE:HFC), as reported by Barrons, from Neutral to Outperform with a new target price of $38 per share, suggesting to buy this stock even though the firm says it does not exclude the possibility of wide swings in the share price during the month due to “seasonal margins and the recent spike in crude.”


    So far, 2016 has been a disappointing year for HollyFrontier. The stock has lost 22% year to date.

      


  • Can Coffee Help McDonald’s Improve Its Image?

    McDonald's (NYSE:MCD), the largest burger chain in the world, has decided to double down on the coffee business.


    McDonald's is going through a huge transformation process, moving toward a franchise-heavy model as it faced a huge slowdown in its growth trajectory. Things have picked up in the last 12 months, though, as same-store sales stayed positive.

      


  • 5 Companies Reach Yearly Peaks

    According to GuruFocus' list, these stocks have reached their 52-week highs.


    Raytheon reached the 52-week high of $149.92

      


  • Understanding Fannie Mae-Treasury Relationship Crucial

    Steven Mnuchin, President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee to be U.S. Treasury secretary, said on Nov. 30 Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) should leave government control and that the incoming administration “will get it done reasonably fast.”


    “We will make sure that when they are restructured, they are absolutely safe and don’t get taken over again. But we’ve got to get them out of government control,” Mnuchin said.

      


  • Insulet Insider Invests in Company

    Insulet Corp. (PODD) CEO and Chairman Patrick Sullivan (Insider Trades) acquired 40,000 shares of the company on Dec. 2. The price was $33.89 per share for a total transaction of $1,355,600.


    Insulet is a medical device company focused on diabetes management. The company seeks to help patients with insulin-dependent diabetes with its Omnipod Insulin Management System. Insulet has a market cap of $2.02 billion.

      


  • A Low-Risk, High-Growth Play Among Canadian Banks

    (Published Dec. 5 by The Financial Canadian)


    Great dividend investments come in all shapes and sizes. However, it is rare that a whole group of stocks constitute solid dividend performers for your portfolio.

      


  • A Record Year for Canada’s Largest Lender

    (Published Dec. 5 by The Financial Canadian)


    I’m a firm believer that the Canadian banks are a peer group that should hold a place in the portfolio of the dividend growth investor.

      


  • Bank of Nova Scotia Reports Solid 2016 Earnings

    The Canadian economy is primarily centered on two sectors – the financial sector and the energy sector.


    In particular, Canada is known to have one of the soundest banking systems in the world. The Canadian banks have been ranked by the World Economic Forum as the world soundest banks for eight years in a row.

      


  • Which Sectors Have Strong Predictable Value Potential?

    As the U.S. stock market remains significantly overvalued, several gurus are investing in companies with strong predictable value. Such companies meet two of the most important criteria in Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) and Charlie Munger (Trades, Portfolio)’s investing approach: undervaluation and high business predictability. While the co-managers of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.A) (NYSE:BRK.B) valued companies with the price-earnings to growth (PEG) ratio, this article will focus on undervalued companies based on discounted cash flow models.


    Overview of DCF models: the theory and practical uses

      


  • Amazon Go: An E-Tailer’s Relentless Pursuit of Grocery Success

    Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) today announced the launch of Amazon Go, a physical grocery store in downtown Seattle that is part of the retailer's initiative to take a shot at the $600 billion-plus U.S. grocery market. The “self-driving” grocery store has no checkout lines and no cashiers. Shoppers will sign into a special app with their Amazon credentials, walk in, take what they need and walk out. The app does the billing for them.


    Amazon has been trying hard to increase its share in the grocery market but, despite kicking off its grocery dream nearly 10 years ago, its foray into the time-sensitive grocery delivery market has been a stop-and-start affair for the company.

      


  • US Market Indexes Start the Week Higher

    U.S. market indexes gained on Monday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average reaching a new high.


    For the day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 19,216.24 for a gain of 45.82 points or 0.24%. The Standard & Poor's 500 closed at 2,204.71 for a gain of 12.76 points or 0.58%. The Nasdaq Composite closed at 5,308.89 for a gain of 53.24 points or 1.01%. The VIX Volatility Index was lower for the day at 12.37 for a loss of 1.75 points or 12.39%.

      


  • Weekly CFO Sells Highlights

    According to GuruFocus' Insider Data, the recent chief financial officer (CFO) sells were: Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) and EOG Resources (NYSE:EOG).


    Facebook CFO sold 10,530 shares

      


  • Leukemia Treatment Achieves Promising Results

    Juno Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ:JUNO) communicated through the Business Wire on Dec. 3 that the results from the study undertaken in patients affected with lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and treated with JCAR014 were promising.


    The results were presented by the biopharmaceutical company during the 58th American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting.

      


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