The 10 highest yield dividend stocks going ex-div this week. These are some of the top dividend stocks for 2020.
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Investors ask that question about the stock market including the New York Stock Exchange – sometimes called the NYSE, Nasdaq, and others. This year New Year’s Eve falls on a Thursday: December 31, 2020. The stock market is closed on Friday, January 1, 2021 for New Year’s Day. On New Year’s Eve the stock market […]
I chuckled when I read the Wall Street On Parade (WSOP) article, “Congresswoman Katie Porter Tells the Fed that It’s got a ‘Big Problem’.” She asked Randal Quarles, Vice Chairman for Supervision of the Fed: “The Fed is largely responsible for dispensing the $500 billion Congress provided as a bailout for corporate America – the […]
That’s a question investors ask about the stock market including the New York Stock Exchange – sometimes called the NYSE, Nasdaq, and others. This year Christmas Eve falls on a Thursday: December 24, 2020. The stock market is closed on Friday, December 25 for the Christmas holiday. On Christmas Eve the stock market – including […]
Is the stock market open on Black Friday? That’s a question investors ask about the stock market including the New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq, and others. This year Black Friday falls on November 27, 2020. The stock market is closed on Thursday, November 26 for the Thanksgiving holiday. On Black Friday the stock market – […]
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Retail stocks have been on a bumpy ride thus far in 2014. The SPDR S&P Retail Index (NYSE: XRT) tracks the retail industry. The ETF opened 2014 at $87.24 and closed Monday, June 16 at $86.29 – down 1%. But those small losses mask massive volatility: XRT has fallen to as low as $76.78 and surged to […]
The stock market has been on a prodigious bull run since last summer, and with the major indices hitting new all-time highs with regularity, many analysts feel valuations have gotten out of control. Most investors, after all, buy stocks with the hope of selling them at a higher price at a later date – their […]
“Software as a Service” and “cloud computing” were the hottest bull-market buzzwords of last summer. Leaders in the “SaaS” industry include Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM), Workday (NYSE: WDAY), and ServiceNow (NYSE: NOW). These companies distribute software via the Web, using a subscription-based licensing model. Software is centrally hosted on “the cloud” (a connected “server of servers”) […]