Shares of Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) closed Friday more than 2% higher, in contrast to a generally flat stock market. That followed a price target upgrade from one analyst tracking the stock. It also occurred on a good day for cryptocurrencies, which help boost its business.
No doubt, a strong portfolio typically includes stocks with robust fundamentals and solid track records. In a bull market, these investments provide healthy returns and protect against capital erosion. However, we should not overlook the benefits of owning penny stocks, either. The get-rich-quick angle with these picks is a real possibility. That’s why they continue to garner investor interest.
That said, penny stocks can also be a double-edged sword. Naturally, everyone is attracted to the low price tag. But it’s extremely important to understand which stocks are trading....More>>>
Chevron Corporation’s (CVX Quick QuoteCVX ) subsidiary Chevron U.S.A. Inc. recently inked agreements with one of the world’s leading integrated energy and commodities firms Mercuria Energy Trading (Mercuria) to form a joint venture (JV). The new JV will buy American Natural Gas LLC (ANG), a Saratoga Springs, New York-based company, which operates 60 compressed natural gas (CNG) stations across the United States.
The transaction is part of Chevron’s attempt to develop a large-scale, vertically integrated renewable natural gas business in America. The company is developing....More>>>
Cybercrime has been around for as long as the internet itself. The first known “ransomware” attack happened in 1989 when victims unintentionally installed malware hidden on floppy disks (remember those?).
People saw a message on their screens saying their software lease had expired,
Capital Advisors Inc. OK reduced its stake in shares of The Charles Schwab Co. (NYSE:SCHW) by 2.1% during the second quarter, Holdings Channel reports. The institutional investor owned 12,805 shares of the financial services provider's stock after selling 269 shares during the period. Capital
Exela Technologies (NASDAQ:XELA) stock has been on a tear this year, growing by over 115%. A lot of it is due to the retail trading interest in the software provider’s stock despite its dismal financial positioning.