Almost no one is thinking about the fifth company, and therein lies opportunity.
What you believe about the world is probably very wrong.
Volatility is the nature of the beast, and if you're going to invest your hard-earned money in the stock market, you'd better get comfortable bearing it.
A booming app store is making all the difference. Here's why
Two software giants and an expansive conglomerate appear to be next to reach this astronomical valuation.
The company's two big profit drivers -- groceries and prepared foods -- matched or exceeded management's expectations in the most recent quarter.
While there's a lot to like about the ride-share company, it's missing one extremely important thing.
On the most important metric, the winner is clear
Would you believe there are over 2,500 Rite Aid locations today? But does it really matter?
High switching costs are nice for a business's bottom line. Adding this makes it even better.
One metric tells the story of a company with a widening moat.
Rite Aid's fall has been enormous. But does that make it a buy?
Here's why Wall Street is ignoring the red ink.
Here's why Grand Canyon has yet to find its second customer.
Revenue growth was nice, and so is the acquisition. But that wasn't the real story.
Don't let the lower-margin merchant solutions segment fool you!
The second is -- by my estimation -- the most important.
The momentum is overwhelmingly favorable. But until this metric crosses 100%, I'm sitting out.
Management also addressed short-seller concerns.
You'd think rich people are more conservative with so much money. But you'd be wrong.