Description: The smart money would be better off choosing which stocks to sell at random, says study Source: MarketWatch.com Date: Jan 12, 2019 Link: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/as-stocks-rally-most-important-skill-traders-need-isnt-when-to-buyits-when-and-what-to-sell-2019-01-12 Questions for discussion: What does the article say about why selling skills are lacking? How can this be improved?
Posts Tagged: Stocks
Description: On a sunny Saturday morning in New York a few months ago, a group of 50 start-up founders gathered in the dank basement of a Lower East Side bar. They scribbled notes at long tables, sipping coffee and LaCroix while a stack of pizza boxes emanated the odor of hot garlic. One by one,… Read more »
Description: Sears Chairman Eddie Lampert has submitted a revised bid of roughly $5 billion in a last-ditch attempt to save the retailer from liquidation, according to a person familiar with the matter. Source: CNBC.com Date: Jan 10, 2019 Link: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/01/09/eddie-lampert-reportedly-submits-revised-bid-of-roughly-5-billion-to-save-sears-from-liquidation.html Questions for discussion: Do you think liquidation or the $5 billion bid is better for… Read more »
Description: Tony Robbins, renown life and business strategist who has coached more than 50 million people, has dedicated himself to spreading personal finance literacy across America. And his mantra is timely: Don’t sit on the sidelines in fear or make rash decisions because of stock market volatility. As he points out: “The single biggest threat… Read more »
Description: Everything was going right for the stock market until Oct. 3. Then everything went wrong. Source: CNBC.com Date: Dec 31, 2018 Link: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/12/31/why-this-year-suddenly-fell-apart-on-wall-street-and-whats-ahead.html Questions for discussion: What went wrong, according to the report? What has happened since the start of 2019?
Description: The Federal Reserve is propping up the market — and here’s the evidence Source: MarketWatch.com Date: Jan 05, 2019 Link: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/stock-market-investors-its-time-to-hear-the-ugly-truth-2019-01-05 Questions for discussion: What does the article say about the role played by the Fed? Do you agree with this assessment? Should this information influence investing decisions?
Description: Burbank, Calif.—At Walt Disney (DIS) headquarters in this studio-filled city, Suite 3H in the original animation building holds stacks of scripts and an aerial photograph of Disneyland to the south, marked with ongoing construction projects. This is the workplace of Walter Elias Disney, re-created much as he left it in 1966. Source: Barrons.com Date: Jan 04,… Read more »
Description: The holiday hiring crunch may be over, but finding workers won’t be much easier this year. Source: Bloomberg.com Date: Jan 04, 2019 Link: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-04/restaurants-are-scrambling-for-cheap-labor-in-2019 Questions for discussion: Summarize the operational problems facing the restaurant industry. How should management deal with these challenges? How should investors deal with the issues?
Description: Considering how much coverage there has been of the strengthening U.S. economy, demand for workers and a massive tax cut that has boosted corporate earnings, 2018 has been a disappointing year for the stock market overall. Investors seem to be disappointed as they look ahead. Source: MarketWatch.com Date: Dec 06, 2018 Link: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/here-are-the-sp-500s-best-and-worst-stock-performers-of-2018-2018-12-06 Questions… Read more »
Description: Despite the stock market sell-off this week, J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon predicts the Federal Reserve will likely still raise interest rates in December. Source: CNBC.com Date: Dec 05, 2018 Link: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/12/06/dimon-says-fed-will-likely-still-hike-rates-in-december-despite-market-turmoil.html Questions for discussion: What does Jamie Dimon have to say about interest rates and the economy? Do you agree with his assessments and interest… Read more »