Month: October 2018

CNBC’s Jim Cramer was immediately intrigued when shares of Masco, a home supply manufacturer, managed to surge more than 7 percent after the company’s disappointing earnings report on Tuesday. Most news headlines painted Masco’s quarter as weak, pressured by a slowing housing sector, rising raw costs, a hawkish Federal Reserve, higher tariffs and a muted
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Guggenheim’s Scott Minerd expects a recession in 2020, but if Republicans maintain control of Congress in the upcoming elections that could be delayed. However, there will be a cost, he told CNBC on Wednesday. “That will extend the expansion but that will make the recession that follows all the worse. We’re already seeing excesses in
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Investors Have Been Withdrawing Monday From Leveraged Loan ETFs (Getty) Since October 11, almost $1 billion has been withdrawn from BKLN – a leveraged loan based ETF.  I highlighted my concerns about this market last week and Forbes contributor Mayra Rodriguez Valladares also highlighted this once obscure market with her concerns. In all likelihood, this had more to do
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Few families can cover the skyrocketing cost of college outright. Luckily, there are more than 7 million scholarships available to help. But wading through the options can be overwhelming. Enter free search sites, like Tuition Funding Sources, which help students find the most desirable kind of assistance — money that does not have to be
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Electronic Arts forecast third-quarter revenue below Wall Street estimates on Tuesday, as the video-game publisher’s delayed launch of its popular “Battlefield V” game hurt the company in an already crowded holiday-season game slate. The company’s shares were down 5 percent at $90.25 in after-market trading. EA forecast third-quarter adjusted revenue of $1.73 billion, missing the
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