I love a hated investment... I want to buy when everyone else has given up... when no one else can stomach the idea of buying. That's where we are in the commodity markets today. Prices have been falling for years. And investors aren't interested. Today, a certain commo
You may not know him, but the latest Nobel Prize winner knows a lot about your relationship with money. Professor Richard Thaler, author of the best-selling book Nudge, wasawarded the prizein October for his contributions to the field of behavioral economicsessentially, the study of how and why
The price of gold today (Friday, April 7) is at its highest level in nearly five months as investors buy safe havens in the wake of the Syrian air strike. As of 8:30 a.m., the metal is up 1.5% and trading at $1,272. That’s the highest since prices closed at $1,273 on Nov. 9, 2016.
It’s clear that gold’s been acting well of late, despite some renewed....More>>>
"Boy, you can't score a touchdown if you're not in the game." My grandfather must have told me that a hundred times growing up. It was good advice for the gridiron. But as a kid, I never imagined it would apply to my career in the oil business. But it turns out grandpa's advice was useful beyond my playing days. As resource investors, we must always be looking....More>>>
Transocean Ltd. (NYSE:RIG) is the largest offshore drilling company by market cap at $3 billion. The company, like most offshore drillers, are unable to sign many new contracts for its rigs and jackups as Brent is now sitting around $56. However, the company’s financial situation is strong enough to remain without liquidity trouble for at least three more years of current....More>>>
Salesforce.com (NYSE:CRM) has stacked its deck for growth over the long haul. The company has the financial fundamentals, a growing customer base, and an expanding footprint with existing customers, a passionate invested user community, and the next generation management team needed to propel hi
Sponsors for the 2018 World Cup in Russia are proving hard to find.
Teams from 32 countries learned Friday who they will play at the soccer showcase, but with just six months until kick off, FIFA is struggling to find companies that are willing to spend millions of dollars on ads and logo place