Discussing undervalued retirement stocks usually brings defensive stocks to mind, especially those with high dividends and low exposure to market volatility. While defensive stocks are great for your retirement portfolio, you should also add some growth potential, especially if you aren’t already a retiree. Things have shifted due to market volatility and recent selloffs, and…

It’s totally plausible for economists, investors, stock pundits, and others to have very different views about the economy and the stock market’s outlook. But when it comes to the travel sector, I think it’s crystal clear that the space is continuing to boom. Therefore, I really think that it’s hard for investors to go wrong…

Last year was terrible for some of the best cloud computing stocks, and for the Cloud Czars whose cash flow built it. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL, GOOG), Amazon.Com (NASDAQ:AMZN), and Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) combined to lose trillions of dollars in market cap. Meta lost more than half its value, and Amazon nearly that. Even…

Source: Shutterstock Saxo Bank is back with its annual Outrages Predictions and it looks like 2023 could be an interesting year for gold prices. According to the investment bank’s latest price prediction, the value of gold could soar to $2,075 as inflation continues to increase its price. However, it wouldn’t stop there, with the firm…

Mutual funds offer a lot of advantages to investors, particularly for retail investors who may have limited time, a low appetite for risk and only a passing knowledge of how the stock market works. People wanting to put away their hard-earned money for retirement often choose these investment vehicles because they provide exposure to a…

With macroeconomic trends becoming much more favorable and many growth stocks trading at depressed levels, there are several reasons to believe that growth stocks will soon rally. As a result, longer-term investors should look for growth stocks to buy at this point. Among the favorable macro trends are China’s reopening, impending U.S. government stimulus in…

Company breakups have been around since the beginning of time. Businesses come together for so-called synergies and then split up when it becomes clear those synergies would never be realized or appreciated by investors. Some are forced by the government, like Standard Oil in 1911, but others voluntarily break up to extract value for shareholders,…

Spin-off stocks have been in the limelight in recent weeks. For instance, Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) recently announced it will spin off its consumer health division and instead focus on pharmaceuticals and medical devices. Similarly, General Electric (NYSE:GE) announced plans to separate into three different companies, focusing on aviation, health care and energy. A stock…

Wall Street is in a tug of war of opinions. There are experts expecting another rally to start soon. Conversely, a horde of pundits think the bull run is on its last leg. My bet is that markets will continue to see-saw higher for a few months. This is a good scenario for finding stocks…

After years of watching its stock underperform the broader market, industrial giant General Electric (NYSE:GE) has announced it is splitting up into three separate publicly traded companies focused on aviation, healthcare and energy. News of the reorganization was greeted positively, with GE stock initially jumping as much as 17% in pre-market trading before closing the…

Larry Culp finally pulled the plug on General Electric (NYSE:GE) stock, killing the 129-year old conglomerate that created the industrial age. Source: Jonathan Weiss / Shutterstock.com Ironically, the electrical unit, founded to end the “war of the currents”  between Thomas Edison’s DC power and Nikola Tesla’s AC, won’t take the GE name. With the jet…

Home / Today’s Market / Is the General Electric Split Good or Bad for GE Stockholders? 8 Things to Know. An iconic American conglomerate is about to split into three companies. Here’s what you should know. By Samuel O’Brient, InvestorPlace Financial News Writer Nov 9, 2021, 11:50 am EST November 9, 2021 This morning brought…

Since CEO Larry Culp took the helm of industrial giant General Electric (NYSE:GE), the company’s long-term investors have hoped for a turnaround. Unfortunately, the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic made it difficult for GE stock to rebound. It’s also frustrating that the share price has gone nowhere since March. When will the breakout moment finally happen?…

Despite ongoing debates about a potential market correction, the S&P 500 continues to set new records. The index has gained more than 22% year-to-date (YTD) and nearly 41% over the past year. The Nasdaq 100 is also up nearly 23% YTD and 43% over the past 12 months. Of course, these sizeable gains wouldn’t be…

Stocks again pushed higher, led by Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA). However, as the latter wavered, so did the former. So now, let’s look at a few top stock trades going into mid-week. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow No. 1: DraftKings (DKNG) DraftKings (NASDAQ:DKNG) popped 10% at one point on Tuesday on news that it wouldn’t pursue a…

General Electric (NYSE:GE) has been a pretty quiet stock, particularly since its 1-for-8 reverse stock split. To be honest, I’m surprised management opted to split GE stock in the first place.  Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com With a low stock price, investors and funds could accumulate huge swaths of the shares. While that shouldn’t matter…

Just like in September and many months before that, so far in October, General Electric (NYSE:GE) has been stuck in neutral. Bouncing between $100 and $105 per share, investors are still unwilling to send GE stock to higher prices. Source: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock.com To some degree, this makes sense. CEO Larry Culp has made progress…

After taking investors on a miserable ride for several years, General Electric (NYSE:GE) shares are showing promise. Over the course of just three and a half years, the struggling multinational saw its stock lose over 80% of its value. Once the world’s most valuable company, GE stock collapsed in an epic fashion. However, the turnaround…