Vincent Shen

Vincent Shen


Recent articles

What the Tesla Headlines Don’t Tell You

The electric car innovator finally hit its 5,000 Model S vehicles a week production target … but the underlying story is more complex. Also, catch up on big news from Harley-Davidson, GE, SpaceX and more.

3 Healthcare Stocks for Your Radar

Why you might want to check out Novocure, Foundation Medicine, and Celgene sooner rather than later.

Sin Stock Showdown: Anheuser-Busch InBev vs. American Outdoor Brands

We welcome financials analyst Gaby Lapera to the show to share some of our favorite stocks in the consumer and retail sector. In this case, we have two leading companies in their respective industries that can still make for a David and Goliath story.

News, Politics, and Their Effect on the Gun Industry

This week brings our summer interns into the studio to learn more about different industries and companies. Minashsha Lamisa wants to know: “What are the potential effects of the recent Orlando tragedy on the gun industry?”

What Investors Need to Know About Retail Inventory

From the apparel industry to your local grocery store, metrics like inventory turnover can tell investors a lot about a company and its operations. But in the words of one of the most well-run retailers today, should management treat inventory as “fundamentally evil”?

Will Comcast Corporation Get Its Money's Worth From the DreamWorks Buyout?

DreamWorks founder and CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg called the buyout of the company, at $3.8 billion, “the deal I’d always hoped would come along.” But after a major restructuring and string of box-office disappointments for the animation studio, is Comcast getting a good deal?

Can Inc. Lend Its Magic Touch to Comcast Corporation?

In a surprising move to investors and customers alike, the Amazon Cable Store is officially here, offering television, Internet, and phone bundles from Comcast that feature the e-commerce leader’s simple ordering process and a dedicated customer service team.

Hilton's Breaking Up (Into Three New Companies)

Hilton announced last week that it will be restructuring into three publicly traded entities, including one of the last REITs after Congress passed legislation in December barring the tax-free REIT spin-offs that had become popular with hotels, restaurants, and casinos.