CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Wednesday that investors should be buying, not selling, Canopy Growth stock following the firing of co-CEO Bruce Linton. Linton told CNBC earlier Wednesday that he was “terminated” from the Canadian pot company that he founded six years ago. Shares of Canopy — up about 50% year-to-date — were dropping about 4% in
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As we start the latter half of the year, markets face uncertainty as to how the trade wars will develop, what the Federal Reserve will do next and whether the tensions with Iran will keep heating up. I am going to discuss three Dow Jones Industrial Average stocks that are appropriate for long-term portfolios: Pfizer (NYSE:PFE),
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With July 4th upon us, and the potentially world-changing events being negotiated as the U.S’s President Trump and China’s Xi pore though texts — both ancient and modern looking for the upper hand — now’s a good time for us mere plebes to catch up on our own reading.  Here’s a list, of some old
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IBM Chief Human Resource Officer Diane Gherson Diane Gherson/IBM When it comes to the forefront of the global human resources landscape, Diane Gherson is someone you want to know. As Chief Human Resource Officer at IBM, Diane has helped to revolutionize IBM over the past 13 years. Under her leadership, she has transformed global workforce
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SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trade in Friday’s session are Oracle Corp., Smith & Wesson Holding Corp., and Family Dollar Stores Inc. After Thursday’s closing bell, Oracle ORCL, +8.18%  said its fiscal fourth-quarter profit fell to $3.65 billion from $3.81 billion a year earlier. Per-share earnings
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With the generally pessimistic and sometimes sensational headlines surrounding the U.S.-China trade war, it may surprise some that viable investment sectors exist. Even more surprising are some of the market segments experiencing positive sentiment. For instance, restaurant stocks are charging significantly higher than they were at the beginning of the year. Don’t take my word
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I was encouraged to see some positive market action in June, with the S&P hitting a new high. Last week was considerably more volatile — so it’s a good reminder not to get complacent. Summertime trading can be like that, with lighter trading volumes that amplify the effects of market-moving headlines. And earnings season will
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The old Wall Street saying “buy the rumor, sell the news” was in full effect Monday. Following news released over the weekend that the U.S. and China are willing to restart trade talks, accompanied by some encouraging tweets from President Donald Trump to that effect, the major U.S. equity benchmarks opened significantly higher Monday. Source:
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