DryShips is plunging today, but a huge trade is betting that further losses will be limited in the long term.
In this article, let’s take a look at AT&T Inc. (T), a $173.99 billion market cap company, which is America’s second-biggest supplier of both mobile phone and fixed-line broadband services.
Two big-name stocks reported earnings after the bell Thursday – Amazon.com (AMZN) and Microsoft (MSFT) – to widely differing results.
Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) posted a strong beat on its first-quarter earnings today (Thursday), pushing MSFT stock up in after-hours trading.
It is a beautiful Thursday morning and I am excited about the possibilities that today hold to profit from the options of pharmaceuticals.
Prices at the pump have tumbled to multi-year lows, but don’t worry about your local gas station.
General Motors Co. (GM) recorded adjusted earnings of $1.7 billion or 97 cents per share in the third quarter of 2014, beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 95 cents per share.
Today’s trade is not a pure contrarian trade in the traditional sense of the word; yet trading on the bullish side goes against everything the regular side of the market would suggest.
In a world where coffee is king, a coup is brewing. Blame it on the tea industry, which now rakes in $10 billion per year, compared to just $2 billion 24 years ago.
DICK’S Sporting Goods Inc.’s (DKS) expansion strategy is in full swing. Yesterday, the company announced that it will open three new stores, two in California and one in Michigan.