Profit Opportunity on GE’s Wild Ride

One of the world’s most widely-held stocks has been a sore spot in investor portfolios over the last year. General Electric is many things to many different people. The maker of washing machines, turbine engines and MRI machines has been in turmoil. Last year, the company suffered a credit rating…

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134% Profit With This Contrarian Play

The way we watch TV has changed so much over the last few years, there are shockwaves rippling through several related industries: media, technology and communications. Most people don’t make a call to the local cable provider a top priority when they move anymore. Many people don’t even use a…

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A Way to Profit From Overeager Avis Buyers

We all love a good comeback story… even in investing. You know: a company falls out of favor with investors, does something tough like a reorganization or a changing leadership and then beats all expectations quarter after quarter. Car rental giant Avis Budget Group (CAR) seems to be fitting that…

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127% Potential After Wal-Marts Excellent Quarter

Today, the world’s largest brick and mortar retailer announced the results from a seemingly amazing quarter. Walmart (WMT) brought in revenue of $138.8 billion and earnings per share of $1.41. That’s a sizable jump from what analysts expected, $1.33 per share. These results came as the company blew away initial…

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Record Volatility in a 115-Year-Old Company Presents an Opportunity

Sometimes, the best way to make money in the market is to invest in companies others hate. Other times, riding a wave of popular support higher is the prudent move. Today, there’s an opportunity to do a bit of both. Dana Inc. (DAN) is one of the most well-known names…

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163% Profit Potential With This ‘Great’ Company

What do you get when you have a company reporting a record ninth straight year of growing revenues and earnings, an earnings surprise of 232% and a positive outlook suggesting that its win streak will continue for yet another year? You probably wouldn’t say a 15% drop in share price….

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Net Credit Spread Trade on TAP’s Terrible Report

A little over two years ago, the global beer market changed radically. While there are more beer companies in the world than at most points in history, the control of that market has never been tighter. Anheuser-Busch InBev bought up SABMiller for $107 billion. From the original top three players,…

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133% Profit With This Ford Trade

In 1949, Benjamin Graham wrote The Intelligent Investor. This book would go on to become one of the most essential books on value investing ever written. This book and Graham himself inspired and taught legendary investor Warren Buffett everything he knows about investing. And it’s pretty clear he learned a…

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This Twitter Trade Could Return 138%…

The common notion that good things come in threes is a bit ridiculous. And nothing proves this more than Twitter’s earnings this week. After Facebook and Snap reported their above-average earnings recently, many expected equally strong numbers from Twitter. It somewhat delivered with top and bottom-line beats. But its Q1…

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Volatility Is Coming to Big Pharma

There seems to be nothing politicians can agree on these days. Even still, there is one industry fearing that both sides are about to pounce on it: Big Pharma. Pharmaceutical companies are never viewed as the “good guys.” But what’s happening now is a bit unprecedented. Despite remaining one of…

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163% Profit Opportunity On Canopy’s First Earnings Since Canadian Legalization

Forget everything you know about cannabis. Dismiss all pop culture references to smoking pot and getting stoned. Now, disengage from the notion of even investing in a hot industry just because it seems like one that will “do well.” For a select few companies, cannabis is a true business… and…

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McDonald’s For Life? Definitely, After This 172% Return

Yesterday, the Fed made a monster announcement. It is willing to take interest rate hikes off the table this year in an effort to remain “flexible” as the economy’s prospects continue to be uncertain. That made investors quite happy, at least for a time. Shares across the board rose on…

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