Each of the three major indexes dropped by the most since October on Wednesday amid a batch of tepid earnings results, but GameStop is the big story on Wall Street this week. GameStop is a failing company with no fundamental reason to see its stock doubling every day. The stock is up more than 1,822% intraday since Jan. 4. It was trading at $341 at midday yesterday.
Dozens of circuit breaker halts were triggered in early trading on Wednesday as volatility hit several stocks
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You might have of hear about Kevin O’Leary from his appearances on the TV program, Shark Tank, about funding start-up companies. But did you know he has a net worth of around $400 million ass the founder of O'Leary founded O'Leary Ventures, a private early-stage venture capital investment company. Here are the three simple rules Kevin uses for buying stocks. If you follow these rules you can make investing really simple for yourself. First, buy quality companies with strong f
The Dogs of the Down Dividend strategy If you are looking for a really simple income/dividend strategy you might consider the “Dogs of the Dow” approach. But does this simple technique still work? For 2021 Dogs of the Dow deliver a 4.1% dividend on average. Here is how to get started with this contrarian strategy: Step 1: After the final trading day of the year, you identify the 10 highest-yielding stocks in the Dow. Step 2: you the buy all 10 stocks in equal amounts. Step 3: