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  • Why the iPhone 6 will Be a Game Changer

    It's a well known fact that Apple's (AAPL) iphone launches aren't any standard item launch. These releases are once-per-year party that accumulate speculator, purchaser, and media enthusiasm toward a way that is very dissimilar to any item that has ever preceded it.samsung (SSNLF) gloats about offering in 10 million Galaxy S5 telephones inside 25 days, however Apple's iphone 6 is liable to clear out even that number on "opening weekend" - breaking Apple fortunate record.


    iphone 6 will be the perfect trade off

      


  • Why SolarCity Can Continue Soaring

    Solarcity (SCTY) is on a remarkable run not long from now, and there appears to be no thinking once more for the solar player. Solarcity appears to be making great strides in the business, and a more critical take a gander at its prospects will let us know that the organization is decently situated to convey long haul development.


    Concentrating on effectiveness

      


  • This Apple Supplier is on Track to go Higher

    Shares of chip creator RF Micro Devices (RFMD) have grown more than 100% in 2014. A great part of the ascent could be ascribed to the news that RF Micro is mergering with individual chip creator Triquint Semiconductor (TQNT). In any case the great thing is that more upside can't be discounted as the joined together organization will delight in solid synergies.


    On track to improve

      


  • This Organic Food Company Looks Set for Long-Term Growth

    Leading organic and natural products company Hain Celestial (HAIN) ended fiscal 2014 with flying colors. The company recently posted its results for the fourth quarter, which were fantastic. The company saw great demand for its organic products in the market, which can be seen by increasing sales in each quarter with its leading brands such as Ella's Kitchen, Garden of Eatin, Imagine, The Greek Gods, Sensible Portions, Terra, Westbrae, Spectrum, and Alba Botanica in North America, and Gale's, Natumi, Frank Cooper's across various sales channels. Looking at its growth momentum, management of the company is expecting a better fiscal 2015, and it has also posted an upbeat guidance.


    Hain Celestial ended fiscal 2014 with good financials. In the recently reported quarter, Hain’s sales rose by a record 26%, leading to a solid increase in the EBITDA by 27% to $300 million. On the back of good sales for its organic and natural products, Hain also saw a good 12.7% increase in the operating income. On the earnings front as well, Hain was impressive with $0.90 per share, which was more than $0.65 per share a year earlier.

      


  • Here's How Urban Outfitters Can Overcome Its Weakness

    Urban Outfitters (URBN) released not so impressive results recently. It had a soft start to the new fiscal year. Urban Outfitters is a chain that owns brands such as the Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, Free People, Bhldn, and Terrain. Out of these brands, some of the brands like Anthropologie and Free People did well while the other failed to post good numbers. The company, despite tailwinds, is geared up for a strong comeback, and could be a good long term holding.


    A look at the performance

      


  • You Should Feel Protected With This Stock in Your Portfolio

    In this article, let's take a look at The ADT Corporation (ADT), a $6.45 billion market cap company, which is believed to be the largest provider of electronic security, interactive home automation and related monitoringservices in its two geographic markets of the U.S. and Canada.


    New Markets

      


  • Here Are the Major Takes From Dollar Tree’s Q2 Results

    The leading North American discount stores operator Dollar Tree (DLTR) reported its earnings on August 21. Results were a mixed bag as sales exceeded analysts’ expectations, although earnings missed it. The company operates stores under the names of Dollar Tree, Deal$ and Dollar Bills and offers fabulous discounts. Let’s take a sneak peek into the major highlights of the second quarter and assess the performance of the company.


    Higher comparable store sales boosted revenue

      


  • Here Are the Major Takes From Dollar Tree’s Q2 Results

    The leading North American discount stores operator Dollar Tree (DLTR) reported its earnings on August 21. Results were a mixed bag as sales exceeded analysts’ expectations, although earnings missed it. The company operates stores under the names of Dollar Tree, Deal$ and Dollar Bills and offers fabulous discounts. Let’s take a sneak peek into the major highlights of the second quarter and assess the performance of the company.


    Higher comparable store sales boosted revenue

      


  • What Were The Major Highlights In J.C.Penney’s Second Quarter?

    Apparel and home furnishing giant J.C.Penney (JCP) recently released its results for the second quarter (ended August 2) showing strong improvement in gross margins and adding to the investor’s confidence. Also the earnings report was solid and it seems that the trailing retailer has been able to drag itself back from the brink of bankruptcy.


    To better understand the reported numbers, let’s unravel J.C.Penney’s quarterly report card and find out major highlights.

      


  • What Were The Major Highlights In J.C.Penney’s Second Quarter?

    Apparel and home furnishing giant J.C.Penney (JCP) recently released its results for the second quarter (ended August 2) showing strong improvement in gross margins and adding to the investor’s confidence. Also the earnings report was solid and it seems that the trailing retailer has been able to drag itself back from the brink of bankruptcy.


    To better understand the reported numbers, let’s unravel J.C.Penney’s quarterly report card and find out major highlights.

      


  • Why I Like These Two Health Care Stocks

    One of the problems with pure-play biotechnology stocks is that they are 100% risk-capital securities in which the probability of success is entirely beyond your control.


    But healthcare and related industry investments are very much worthwhile in an equity market portfolio for the simple reason that they can be so profitable.

      


  • Book Review: Patrick O’Shaughnessy’s Millennial Money

    Note to Baby Boomers with adult children: This book review is for you. Buy a copy for your Millennial children and encourage them to read it. Getting started early will make an incredible difference over the course of their lives.


    Most readers of financial books and news today are Baby Boomers or early Gen Xers, as it isn’t until early middle age that most Americans begin to think seriously about saving and investing for retirement. The Millennials, at this stage of their lives, are more focused on starting their careers and paying down student loans; retirement planning is not high on the list of priorities.

      


  • Down 25% Each, Is It Time To Buy Ruger and Smith & Wesson?

    The two Magic Formula gun stocks, Sturm Ruger (RGR) and (former Top Buy) Smith & Wesson (SWHC) have hit the skids as of late. After long, multi-year runs where both RGR and S&W saw their stock prices soar by over 500%, both have come crashing back to earth this summer. Since mid-June, S&W is down 32% and RGR 21% (-33% year to date). Both now trade near a 52-week low.


    Those are some substantial short-term drops. Are we now faced with a buying opportunity, with a temporary lull in a hot market, or is this the beginning of a bubble popping? Let's take a look.

      


  • Bob Evans Farms Is Down, but Not Out

    Bob Evans Farms (BOBE) posted not so impressive results for the second quarter. The company posted a decline in revenue. However, the company posted earnings which came in line with analysts’ estimates. Bob Evans Farms is expecting an improvement in its operations in the future, as it expects its strategic investments to benefit it. Also, Bob Evans Farms is confident of posting decent results going forward.


    In the recently reported quarter, Bob Evans posted a total loss of $1 million, or $0.04 a share, as compared to an income of $8.4 million last year. The company’s top line came in at $326.3 million, which fell short of the consensus estimates of $328.6 million.

      


  • Why Investors Should Avoid Guess for Now

    Branded apparel retailer Guess (GES) released disappointing results for the second quarter. The company’s results were weak and fell short of expectations. The shares of the retailer plunged soon after it posted a weak guidance for third quarter. This happened as the investors didn’t receive the results positively. Management is thinking that the soft environment in North America, as well as heavy promotional activities are a reason for this downfall. Now, it will be interesting to see how Guess manages to keep its spirits high in this unfavorable environment.


    Results and beyond

      


  • Will Sony’s Latest Smartphone Create Ripples In The Mid-Range Smartphone Market?

    Earlier this year, Japanese tech mammoth Sony Corp. (SNE) unveiled the Xperia M2 which aroused a storm among the premium smartphone buyers, enticing several. Now, the company plans to bring a newer version of the handset -- Xperia M2 Aqua -- to the mid range smartphone market, boasting features from the company’s much-touted “waterproof technology”.


    Let’s check out what Sony brings to the market with this new smartphone, which the company refers to as “the smartphone for everyone”, and how it could aid in coping up with the intense competition in the space.

      


  • Trading with the Trend

    Once and a while, I will get an email from someone saying, “I like your supply and demand strategy but what strategy should I use in trending markets?” This person thinks our patented core strategy is only for markets going sideways where they use supply and demand to pick tops and bottoms. What this person doesn’t realize is that we use our core supply and demand strategy for any market, time frame, and market condition. We always want to buy at price levels where demand exceeds supply (where banks and institutions are buying) and sell at price levels where supply exceeds demand (where banks and institutions are selling) when those price levels have significant profit zones around them. I also get emails from time to time suggesting that I don’t like trend trading or something to that nature; this could not be further from the truth. I love market trends as that is where we get paid as a trader or investor. We want to enter the market at market turns when the risk is low and be in the market when prices trend (move) which again, is where we profit. How people enter into trending markets is where I disagree.


    enter into trading market

      


  • Stock Market Crash Imminent

    I was flying back from Mumbai and struck up a conversation with some of the flight attendants. One question that always comes up over and over again when I mention what I do for work is, “What do I think about our chances of the markets crashing and going into a recession?” In my classes and in this forum I have been discussing the weakness in the markets and warning signs of a possible economic turn down in the third quarter of this year. I may be a quarter or two off but the signs are there.


    The weakness in the markets was evident on Thursday of last week. The news said it was in response to tensions in Russia. By the time I am writing this article there was not a recovery or signs of professionals buying the dip.

      


  • Which Is Better ... Home Depot or Lowe’s?

    The housing industry is showing great momentum, as indicated by the recently posted housing start numbers. The numbers have increased by 15.7% in the month of July, over the previous month, clocking in at 1.09 million of an annualized rate. Hence, home improvement industry is also showing signs of growth as people want to decorate the newly built houses. Also, the fact that people are decorating their existing homes before Christmas is expected to bring in gains.


    Lowe’s Companies (LOW) is the second-largest player in the home improvement sector and is doing well because of the recent uptrend. It reported its second quarter results which came in ahead of analysts’ estimates. However, a slight decrease in the outlook sent shares downward.

      


  • Is Sprint On The Road To Recovery?

    There has been a continuous war between the four major players in the wireless carrier industry in the U.S. Each player is trying to attract customers by offering new plans and offers to customers. The third largest wireless carrier in U.S., Sprint (S), reported its first quarter results recently. Although the company had been suffering from a long time, it managed to beat analysts’ expectations. This led to a sharp rise in its share price. Let us dig in further.


    Getting into the details

      


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