A biotech sector ETF has just completed the strongest bullish continuation pattern possible - the "cup with handle" formation. The iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF (Nasdaq: IBB) began this chart formation in late February and completed it on Friday. The breakout that the formation typically signals began yesterday. Read On…
In response to U.S. and European sanctions, Russian president Vladimir Putin banned the import of certain food products from the U.S., EU, Canada, Australia and Norway. Russia plays a big role in the global economy. So what will this mean for investors? The answer lies in allocations to international and emerging market equities.
According to a study released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, it costs about $245,340 for the average American family to raise a child to age 18. That’s an increase of more than 2%, or about $4,000, over last year. Sounds like a great way to go broke, right? Not so. All that kiddie cash is destined for a handful of child-oriented companies. Here are the ones you should know about.
Over the last three years, Smith & Wesson (Nasdaq: SWHC) shares have been on a wild ride, shooting up over 348%. But the gun manufacturer completely missed the target in its most recent quarter. Shares are down over 11% today as a result.With the future unknown, it is best to see how Smith & Wesson performs from a fundamental perspective with our Investment U Fundamental Factor Test.