October 27, 2021

Apple: Blind Faith

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By Courage & Conviction Investing From Seeking Alpha Summary On August 11, 2015, I did the unthinkable – I published a negative Apple article on Seeking Alpha. At the time, AAPL was trading at $119. In that article, I specifically said FY16 consensus estimates of $245 billion in revenue of $55.8 billion in earnings appeared […]

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton win easily in New York Primary

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By PATRICK HEALY and MAGGIE HABERMAN From New York Times Donald J. Trump wrested back control of the Republican presidential race on Tuesday with a commanding victory in the New York primary, while Hillary Clinton dealt a severe blow to Senator Bernie Sanders with an unexpectedly strong win that led her to declare that the […]

Americans that are black – from my master to my leader

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By John Skippings From Caribbean News Now Back in the days of slavery, blacks were controlled by [slave] masters. Today, in the most modern of times, they have leaders. And while it would be unfair to compare one with the other, in terms at least of their potential severity, they are both rooted in the […]

Family sues Caribbean resort over daughter’s attempted rape

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By Kathianne Boniello From New York Post ‘Nutcracker’ ballerina owes costume designer $50K: lawsuit Judge rules state within rights to ban ‘offensive’ lunch cart ‘Hubby from hell’ a bigamist thief who forced me to get an abortion A Caribbean resort became paradise lost for a New York family whose young daughter was nearly raped and […]

There are 2 tribes on Wall Street, and they could be about to go to war

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By Matt Turner From Business Insider Stock trading specialists on Wall Street are being asked to give their colleagues in the fixed-income markets a hand. The bond-trading veterans aren’t so sure they want the help. Consider what happened when former Goldman Sachs executive Chris White drew attention to a Bloomberg article on equities and electronic trading […]

Earnings: More economic insight from Morgan Stanley and BofA?

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By  JJ Kinahan From Seeking Alpha Summary More big banks will be riding the early-earnings train again next week when Morgan Stanley and Bank of America let Wall Street know just how tough their Q4s played out. MS already has put Wall Street on notice that Q4 was a rough one, analysts point out. BAC’s […]

Hillary Clinton dominated the first Democratic debate

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By Tory Newmyer From Fortune Good luck and easy confidence propelled Clinton to a win in the first Democratic debate Hillary Clinton certainly won the first Democratic presidential debate. But saying so fails to capture the dominance of her performance. With the frontrunner at center stage, the four other contenders might as well have been […]

Wall Street’s House of Cards

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By Ted Bauman From Value Walk I’ve always disliked gambling. I tell myself I have enough vices already, but the truth is that I’m just conservative with money. Informed investment is one thing; shooting craps is another. It seems silly to risk one’s wealth that way — especially once you know the true odds. I […]

Nervous? Sanders knocks over mug while being questioned about how to pay for his social programs [just after he mentioned “Cayman Islands”]

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By David Rutz From Washington Free Beacon While being aggressively questioned by CBS This Morning anchor Norah O’Donnell Friday about how he would pay for the numerous free social programs he’s promised, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) knocked over his mug at the roundtable, muttering, “Whoops.” Sanders, a self-described Democratic socialist, has promised free health […]

Journalist fights pharmaceutical company subpoena

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By Zoe Tillman, From Legal Times A federal district judge in Washington on Tuesday expressed concerns about Amgen Inc.’s efforts to force a journalist to testify about an article that spurred a shareholder suit against the pharmaceutical company. Paul Goldberg is editor-in-chief and publisher of The Cancer Letter, a newsletter that reports on cancer research. […]