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For years, investors focused on the FAANG stocks to get a sense of how market sentiment shaped up. Now there’s a few new acronyms that could be worth getting to know.
New companies have been cropping up to support the budding cannabis industry. From hydroponic, heat lamp, and greenhouse firms to packagers and distributors, ancillary industries up and down the cannabis supply chain are building this industry.
Uber is set to report earnings this Thursday after the close with the stock under heavy pressure and the company seen posting losses. Recent corporate news and a weaker global economy both could weigh.
Apple is scheduled to report fiscal Q3 earnings on Tuesday after the close, with analysts expecting earnings to fall year-over-year but seeing a slight rise in revenue.
Tesla is expected to report after Wednesday’s close, after revamping its vehicle lineup earlier this month and reporting better than expected Q2 deliveries.
Despite tepid earnings expectations for Q2, retailers may be a mixed bag. Some big-box stores continue to see growth, while many old-line department stores struggle to stay afloat.
The housing market has historically been a bellwether of the stock market and of the economy in general. Learn about housing starts, building permits, and other indicators that can help investors assess the state of the housing market.
In 1960, 13% of all U.S. households were made up of one person. That number has risen to 28%. Companies and industries are taking note. Is your portfolio prepared?
Looking for a little portfolio sparkle this Independence Day? Here are some summer holiday-themed stocks to research and consider.
Is your pet a member of your family? Learn how our love of animals makes for big business.
After an extended period of growth, the activewear market seems to be taking a time-out.
Self-driving cars could be here soon as many companies work on developing autonomous technology. Experts think some of these industries could be impacted.
Technology has been disrupting firms in many industry sectors in recent days. Could financials be next?
Some companies are developing powerful batteries that can store renewable energy and reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
The fast-casual restaurant industry is growing faster than the economy. Find out which companies and stocks are benefiting from this growth.
Consumer spending lit a fire under consumer discretionary stocks in 2015. Can spenders deliver again this year?
Alcohol, tobacco,and gaming stock sectors are called the triumvirate of sin. For investors, it can pay be sinful.
Can you invest in baby boomer buying habits? Research the stock sectors that could rise and fall with boomer purchases; 10,000 turn age 65 every day.
Tea is hot, and that’s good news for consumers and investors looking for a new beverage to tempt their taste buds.
Compare interest-rate-sensitive stock sectors that could benefit or suffer at the hands of a Federal Reserve that’s soon to hike rates.
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