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  • Weekly 3-Year Low Highlights: UPL, BKCC, TCRD, HERO, GKNT

    According to GuruFocus list of 3-year lows, Ultra Petroleum Corp, BlackRock Kelso Capital Corporation, THL Credit Inc, Hercules Offshore Inc, and Geeknet Inc. have all reached their 3-year lows.

    Ultra Petroleum Corp (UPL) Reached $13.14


  • Weekly Insider Sells Highlight: CLX, NKE, FDX, FDS

    According to GuruFocus Insider Data, the largest insider sells during the past week were: Clorox Co, Nike Inc, FedEx Corp, and FactSet Research Systems Inc.

    The overall trend of insiders is illustrated in the chart below:


  • General Electric Going Strong Though Guidance Remains Soft

    The U.S. conglomerate, General Electric (GE), has been a pioneer is almost all its streams of business and the management knows the rules well for growing the company even during financial recession or oil price volatility or any other scenario which serves as a headwind for continued growth. The strength of the company is well demonstrated through the right mapping it does when it picks companies to be acquired and which could create a difference for it in the domain of business. That’s why when Alstom (ALSMY) deal got initiated it raised several eyebrows of GE’s rivals as this acquisition is expected to create a vital addition to GE’s product line and could boost its top line to a considerable extent. The beauty of GE’s business lies in the diversification of business line across various industries, such that when one industry is down the other might be in the boom thus pulling up sales chart for GE.

    Lately, the management has provided prediction on the third quarter numbers of the fiscal year which were pretty bleak for the investors. Yet, investors are holding to the stock and are not short-selling it. Let’s dive in and find out how GE has been growing through the year and what the company expects to see in the upcoming quarters as it enters a new year.


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  • Google Drones In Ecommerce

    Google (GOOG) is one company which has left no stone unturned in the tech domain. From search engine to automated cars to smartphones Google has its fingers dipped in all the pies. After exploring all the niche sectors with its technology, it has now stepped into a new area of logistics for ecommerce. Currently Amazon (AMZN) the leader of ecommerce might have to see tough competition against Google’s drone logistic technology. Google’s secretive research laboratory is trying to build a fleet of drones designed to bypass earthbound traffic so packages can be delivered to people more quickly.


  • Strong End-Market Opportunity Makes Crown Castle a Good Investment

    Crown Castle International's (CCI) strong growth profile is being supported by its long-term contracted cash flows, driven by demand for wireless infrastructure. Crown Castle expects approximately $22 billion in contracted future revenues from its four major US wireless carriers.

    Headwinds in focus


  • 3D Systems to Showcase Innovations at CES Conference

    By Sarah Roden

    3D printing is taking the tech sector by storm, from NASA using the new technology to print tools in orbit, to labs experimenting with 3D prosthetic legs. 3D Systems (NYSE: DDD) is a key player in the 3D printing industry as a company that designs and manufactures 3D-printed products.


  • Lowe’s Companies' Strong Financials Indicate Better Times Ahead

    Lowe’s Companies (LOW) recently announced a 5.6 percent increase in third quarter 2014 net sales of $13.7 billion, compared to the net sales of $13.0 billion during the same period last year. The company provides its total sales outlook for fiscal year 2014 to increase in 4.5 to 5 percent range compared to fiscal year 2013.

    It also reported net earnings of $585 million, an increase of 17.3 percent over the same period last year. Diluted earnings per share expanded 25.5 percent to $0.59 from $0.47 during the third quarter of 2013. It expects diluted earnings per share of nearly $2.68 for the fiscal year ending January 30, 2015.


  • Why Archer-Daniels-Midland Is a Smart Long-Term Investment

    Archer-Daniels-Midland Company (ADM) recently announced third quarter 2014 total revenue of $18.18 billion, compared to $21.39 billion during the same period last year and below the analyst’s revenue expectation of $21.1 billion.

    Archer Daniels reported third quarter 2014 adjusted earnings per share of $0.81, an increase from $0.47 during the same period last year. Net earnings for third quarter of 2014 were $747 million or $1.14 of diluted earnings per common share, compared to net earnings of $476 million or $0.72 of diluted earnings per common share during third quarter of 2013.


  • A Closer Look at Family Dollar's Prospects

    Family Dollar (FDO) is progressing at a good pace by balancing the trends in its different categories. The noteworthy food expansion executed in 2012 resulted in 2.4% increase in total consumable sales since last year. There’s continued enhancement of the food assortment achieved through rising categories with solid customer demand, addition of nearly 400 new items significantly focused on major national brands to accelerate traffic, spread awareness and expand shopper loyalty.

    Family Dollar has expanded its focus on daily values and major price points to excite the customers and strengthen its value proposition. In addition, Family Dollar enhanced its cross merchandising efforts concerning discretionary and consumables categories for increasing sales.


  • Broadcom's New Products Will Lead to Long-Term Gains

    Broadcom (BRCM) witnessed significant traction for its broad range of product offerings that include wireless connectivity, broadband access and set-top box. It continues to see considerable growth in set-top box. The major strength for the quarter was primarily due to significant share gains in developing markets offering innovative HD designs, mainly in Latin America. Broadcom also recorded solid traction in VDSL owing to share gains, a wider range of technologies like channel bonding and vectoring and rising operator spending. Broadband access for the copper platform is under up gradation and the successive DSL standard.

    The way ahead


  • Why Lennar Will Continue Delivering Strong Results

    Lennar (LEN) recently announced a 25 percent increase in revenue. Its total revenue for the recent quarter beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $1.94 billion. In addition, Lennar reported third quarter 2014 adjusted net earnings of $177.8 million, or $0.78 per diluted share as compared to third quarter 2013 adjusted net earnings of $120.7 million, or $0.54 per diluted share. Adjusted net earnings for the quarter also beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $0.67 by 16.4 percent.

    Better performance in the cards


  • Some Smart Reasons to Invest in Goldcorp

    Goldcorp (GG) is expanding its production. It is carrying out various feasibility studies to improve low-cost production assets. Let's take a closer look at Goldcorp's various moves.

    Strategic moves


  • Tesla Upgrades Roadster Range to 400 Miles

    By Carly Forster

    On Friday, December 26th, Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) announced in a press release that they made new enhancements to its “Roadster” model electric car. This innovation comes after Tesla stopped producing the vehicle in 2012 in order to focus on the production of its increasingly popular Model S. The enhancement will improve the Roadster’s driving range from about 245 miles per charge to about 400 miles per charge. Current Roadster owners now have the option to buy the upgraded battery.


  • Entellus Medical Ventures Ahead For The IPO

    The Plymouth, MN-based company, Entellus Medical, which was founded in 2006 and that has booked $45 million in sales for the fiscal year that ended September 30, 2014 plans to list on the NASDAQ under the symbol ENTL. On December 23, the medical equipment company which sells a minimally invasive balloon sinus dilation treatment to open obstructed sinus pathways, filed with the SEC the offer documents to raise up to $69 million in an initial public offering. Let’s dig a bit deeper to find out more on the upcoming IPO.


  • Why Duke Energy Is a Good Buy

    Duke Energy (DUK) has achieved 45% of its entire five year fuel and combined dispatch savings commitment for the customers of Carolina in just two years. It has also exceeded its creative non-fuel O&M savings target and it lately accomplished the eighth essential transmission project before the scheduled delivery date and within budget. As a result, the company looks well-positioned for gains going forward.

    Investments are key to growth


  • Content Gains and Design Wins Can Drive Maxim Higher

    Maxim Integrated (MXIM) is witnessing healthy contents gain in all product generations for the customer’s flagship products. This is believed to enhance the company’s profitability and allow greater continued investments in the revenue growth.

    The reduction of the R&D activities are believed to allow Maxim for enhancing focused investments in its growth businesses having greater returns while lowering the R&D spending in general.


  • Is Himax Technologies' Weakness a Short-Term Phenomenon?

    Himax Technologies (HIMX) reported disappointing set of numbers for the third quarter and projected a weak outlook for the upcoming months. Although year over year performance was not very impressive but sequentially the numbers were better than those in the second quarter. The stock has declined considerably in the past one year and a gloomy outlook makes it hard for investors to predict its future course of movement.

    Reasons behind the weak outlook


  • Looking Beyond Yingli Green Energy's Mixed Results

    Yingli Green Energy (YGE) reported mixed set of numbers for the third quarter. Albeit the company narrowed its losses considerably and was better than the street expectations yet revenue was down year over year and did match the consensus. As a result of its tepid performance the stock tanked to its 52-week level few days back and still remains near that level. Interestingly, the company, which did not report any profit in the past three years, reduced its losses during the quarter and seems to be on the right track to breakeven. This was mainly driven by a robust demand from China, Japan and other emerging markets.

    A look at its markets


  • TJX Companies: A Closer Look At Its Growth Strategies

    TJX Companies (TJX) has been growing at a good pace, driven by the new store performance of HomeGoods in its fresh markets. As a result, to enable the future growth of HomeGoods, management plans to launch a fresh distribution center. Moves such as these will allow TJX to improve its performance in the long run. Let's take a closer look at its different segments and how they might perform.

    A look at the different segments


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