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For sure, energy was where it was at Thursday, as a glimmer of hope shone between oil behemoths the U.S. and Russia. The leaders of the two nations agreed to talk down the monster amount of production. The tidings led to energy sectors on both sides of the border climbing at least 8% In the... Read More

Boom, Bust & Echo – When to Profit on Private Placements

The seeds of the boom were sown in the 1830’s. That was the time the first railway was built to connect Liverpool and Manchester. They were two cities that were booming during the industrial revolution. By the mid 1840’s, the British economy was growing. And because of the rise of industry, a...

Super Micro Hikes on Q3 Guidance

Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ:SMCI) lowered its preliminary Q3 sales guidance from $770 million-$830 million to $755 million-$785 million. The company said it had $285 million in net cash and equivalents as of March 31 The San Jose-based company reported Friday now anticipates that it will report revenue for its third quarter of fiscal 2020 in the range of...

Dow Down in Volatile Session, While Other Indices Flatline

Stocks fell slightly on Friday to end another volatile week of trading as investors weighed a massive drop in U.S. jobs along with a spike in oil prices.The Dow Jones Industrials slid 46.55 points, to open Friday’s session at 21,366.89. The broader S&P 500 handed back 1.89 points to 2,525. Both the Dow and S&P 500 remain...

What Comes Next – The GDP Reckoning is Here

“How far the coronavirus will spread is yet to be determined, but its current reach will be enough to slow major economies around the world.” I wrote those words in February in my newsletter as my team and I went deep into China’s GDP numbers and world supply chains. Here’s what’s coming down...

InVitae Soars on Stock Offering

InVitae Corp (NYSE:NVTA) reported a $125-million common stock offering Wednesday. The San Francisco-based NVTA announced the pricing of an underwritten public offering of 17,777,778 shares of its common stock at a price to the public of $9.00 per share. All of the shares are being sold by being sold by Invitae. The gross proceeds to Invitae from the offering, before deducting...

Walgreens Bruised on Q2 Results

Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc (NASDAQ:WBA) took it on the chin Thursday, on the release of second-quarter numbers. The company, based in Deerfield, Ill., told investors sales increased 3.7% to $35.8 billion, up 4.1% on a constant-currency basis. Operating income decreased 18.7% to $1.2 billion. Thursday’s news release also said adjusted operating income decreased...

Palo Alto CEO Commits to No Virus-Related Layoffs, Gives Up Salary

Palo Alto Networks (NYSE:PNW) shares demurred soon after the opening bell on Wednesday, after CEO Nikesh Arora declared he would forfeit his salary and maintain staff as part of the network security provider’s coronavirus response plan. Arora told the media Tuesday, "We have committed to no COVID-19 layoffs in our company because...

N.Y. Mayor to Looking into Firing of Amazon Worker

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday that he has ordered the city’s human rights commissioner to investigate Amazon’s (NYSE:AMZN) decision to fire a warehouse worker who organized a strike at its Staten Island warehouse. Chris Smalls, who worked at the facility, known as JFK8, organized the job action on Monday to call attention...

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