Daily Talk

IMMR: Feel the Profits

May 12, 2015

The Apple Watch has been all over the news lately, and part of the buzz – literally – is how it gives you feedback when you touch it. Right now, it’s mostly through vibrations, but this is really the beginnings of something that could be quite interesting. It’s called haptics, the science of touch, and Immersion Corporation (IMMR) is a company I’ve got my eye on.

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Give BABA a Run for its Money With JD Stock

May 11, 2015

Alibaba (BABA) has been all over the news since it made its IPO debut back in September, and while it is certainly an interesting play on the Chinese consumer economy, there’s another company out there that’s giving it a run for its money.

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To P/E or Not to P/E

May 11, 2015

The P/E – or price-to-earnings – ratio is considered a key valuation by many investors on Wall Street. It’s the metric that just about everyone talks about. And yet, there are a lot of investors out there who don’t know what the P/E ratio is and, most importantly, how reliable it is.

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America’s Greatest Fear…

May 9, 2015

I’ve had a lot of people who work at Fox and Fox Business tell me that I’ve helped them make more money than they could imagine. I feel really good about that because that’s been my mission for decades: to Read more

The Next Tech Homerun (You May Be Holding It!)

May 5, 2015

When you’re on the lookout for the next great stock idea, sometimes the best place to look is right in front of you. You know, the things you use every day.

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Bigger Panama Canal a Boost for the Rails?

May 5, 2015

Some of you may have heard me talk about my favorite long-term rail company – Kansas City Southern (KSU) – on my Fox Business show, Making Money with Charles Payne. And while I continue to like KSU for the longer term, CSX Corp. (CSX) is really calling out to me in the here and now.

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Did Verizon Blow It Again?

May 5, 2015

Verizon Communications (VZ) recently announced that it will be making an “a la carte” addition to its family of cable-related services. But now that Verizon is making an effort to reel back in customers that are headed for the door, the question to ask is will this be enough to stem the tide?

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