An investment lesson that I have had to relearn many times over the years: Just because a stock is cheap does not mean it's a good investment.
Value investing is a difficult craft. One that requires time, dedication, a long-term outlook, a contrarian mindset, and nerves of steel. That being said, it can come with rich rewards.
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The largest fintech deal in history is a testament to the changing landscape in the financial services industry.
Financial technology, or fintech, is disrupting a number of legacy financial services, making them cheaper, more convenient, and more secure than ever before. These stocks represent the best ways to profit from this unstoppable trend.
One of these home improvement retailers is clearly operating better than the other.
The $320 million conclusion to the bidding war between the two companies points to the importance of this growing market in a globalized economy.
One of these companies is a disruptive upstart, ready to shake up the financial industry. The other has a reputation of being a savvy and trustworthy financial operator going back more than a century. Which makes for a better investment today?
These two companies are both major components of the hot payments industry, and value and growth investors will probably differ over which to favor.
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At 20 years old, this virtual dinosaur among its cloud-based SaaS peers refuses to act its age, and is still offering innovative solutions for its customers.
Shopify hopes that a budding Canadian cannabis market, augmented reality, and brick-and-mortar locations will keep its growth thriving for years to come.
The coming tech standard for mobile telecommunications promises consumers significantly faster speeds that will enable a generation of new and exciting applications. Here's how investors can profit.
It’s hard not to like huge margins and recurring cash flows, and these two companies are set up to keep winning.
A look at why the financial sector is essential to a healthy economy and how investors can find the industry's best stocks.
Lowe's new management team is undertaking more than a few renovation projects, but it still has a way to go before it's the envy of the home improvement neighborhood.
These two companies are both showing strong growth with demonstrable economic moats. So which makes for a better investment today?
The home improvement giant continues to invest heavily in its stores and online experiences, championing a true omnichannel retail approach.
Box's recent quarter raised more than a few concerns for the data content manager. Are the company's shares a buy?
The world's largest payment processing company is still realizing cost savings and growth opportunities from its large acquisition last year.