Musk announced a stock buyback, pumping up Tesla bulls around the world as the company looks for stability following a settlement with the SEC. Investors may be getting excited about the news, but there's still some things to be wary of moving forward. Will this $20 million injection from Musk be the catalyst for Tesla's next rally? It's certainly possible, but we should also look at why it probably won't be enough all on its own.
It's official - marijuana is legal in Canada, and that means big things for the highly popular “pot stocks” that now populate the portfolios of adventurous investors. As analysts fight over whether the cannabis industry will boom or bust on the news, there are a few important concepts that all investors (even if they don't hold pot stocks) need to consider now that marijuana is a legal substance in America' neighbor to the north.
The wild west of cryptocurrency is coming to a Wall Street brokerage firm near you. Fidelity announced the launch of Fidelity Digital Asset Services on Monday, a new company within the Fidelity family devoted exclusively to cryptocurrency services, including custody (holding coins) and trading specific crypto assets. For the first time ever, a major Wall Street player will be offering crypto trading and “banking” services to its 27 million customers. That is a significant event for the future of this new asset class. But what does it mean for you as an investor? And what could it mean for the cryptocurrency space in general?
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Elon Musk certainly has a penchant for making headlines, doesn't he? The latest comes as Tesla scrambles for cash (the company doesn't have) in order to pay off $1 billion in debt. Even worse? Current liabilities exceed company assets by a wide margin. If Musk can't get his ducks in a row soon, an SEC settlement will be the least of his problems.
With Sears Holdings Corp toeing the line of bankruptcy over the last few days, lenders are now applying pressure to liquidate while the retailer scrambles to find cash. Things aren't looking so good for Sears, nor their investors, but a few bears who own put options on SHLD shares could approaching a major gain in their near future.
The new quarter, which began in October, has been extremely rough for the market – with the major indexes all down significantly amid interest rate hysteria. Bond yields continue to climb, undermining blue-chip companies and sending investors running for the hills. Is this the beginning of the end for our current bull run?
Equities continue to flourish in 2018, despite rising trade tensions and a near “black swan event” in emerging markets. Bulls have been rewarded handsomely so far, but does anyone really know what’s caused this year’s major rally? Five stocks in particular may be to blame, but instead of getting investors excited – they’re making some people very nervous.
Ford Motor Company just revealed plans to conduct mass-layoffs in its white-collar workforce, in an attempt to appease investors as share prices continue to tumble. By having less corporate employees, Ford is trying to become more efficient – a movement led by CEO Jim Hackett, who has seen his company continue to struggle since his appointment in May of 2017. Will this push for a fitter Ford end up solving the company’s problems? Or does Ford need to do more in order to reverse the current trend? Either way – there’s much more going on here that needs to be addressed, and Hackett certainly has a bumpy road ahead.
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