The Chemours Company Is Undervalued (NYSE:CC)


Investment Thesis: The Chemours Company (NYSE: CC) saw a price drop from $58.08 in October 24, 2017 to a current price of $15.75, which represents about a 70% price decline. That leaves the stock, which pays an annual $1 dividend, with a very respectable dividend yield of 6.35%. 6.35% isRead More →

Introducing The Global X Emerging Markets Bond ETF


On June 3rd, 2020, we listed the Global X Emerging Markets Bond ETF (EMBD) on NYSE Arca. EMBD is an actively managed fund sub-advised by Mirae Asset Global Investments that seeks a high level of total return consisting of both income and capital appreciation by investing in emerging market debt.Read More →

Canacol Energy Q1 2020: Below Expectations (OTCMKTS:CNNEF)


Investment Thesis Summary Founded in 1970, Canacol Energy (OTCQX:CNNEF) is a Canadian company engaged in the exploration and production of oil and gas focused onshore in Colombia and Ecuador. The company has become an industry-leading natural gas supplier to the Caribbean Coast. Canacol is a key component of regional demand,Read More →

Currency Factors Favor A Coffee Turnaround


The last few weeks haven’t been kind to coffee bulls. Even as other commodities are showing signs of bottoming – with some already trending higher – coffee prices have fallen to their lowest levels since last October. But the java’s fortunes should soon change, however, given the recent uptick inRead More →

Wall Street gains on Boeing, recovery hopes By Reuters


© Reuters. The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New York By Shreyashi Sanyal and Devik Jain (Reuters) – A jump in Boeing shares lifted Wall Street on Wednesday, with investors remaining optimistic about an economic rebound from a coronavirus-led slump amid continuing social unrest in the country. BoeingRead More →

Making Money With Brookfield: Trisura Group (OTCMKTS:TRRSF)


These images illustrate a slightly bizarre Trisura’s Web style. Source Invest with Insiders Besides envy-causing returns, Brookfield Asset Management (BAM) is known for spawning new entities – be it subsidiaries, subsidiaries of subsidiaries, private equity stubs, funds, or just affiliated companies. BAM always benefits from this activity but sometimes aRead More →

Lufthansa vows company revamp as losses balloon By Reuters


© Reuters. Airplanes of German carrier Lufthansa are parked at the Berlin Schoenefeld airport By Ludwig Burger FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Lufthansa vowed to step up up restructuring measures after posting a first-quarter net loss of 2.1 billion euros ($2.35 billion), days after agreeing a state bail-out amid the fallout fromRead More →

Value Stocks: The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls


Value stocks, those with low price-to-earnings ratios, have been getting hammered on a relative basis to their more expensive/growth peers in the last several years. 2020 and coronavirus only poured fuel onto the dumpster fire that is value. The first several months of this year featured mega-cap technology growth stocksRead More →