Navios Maritime Holdings, Inc.: More Corporate Malfeasance? Here Comes The Reverse Split – Navios Maritime Holdings Inc. (NYSE:NM)

2018-12-30

Navios Maritime Holdings, Inc. (NM) is a financially troubled microcap that is extremely risky as an investment or trade. It is the parent company of Navios Maritime Partners (NMM), Navios Maritime Acquisition (NNA), Navios Maritime Containers LP (NMCI) and Navios South American Logistics (NSAL), a privately-held company. Prior articles analyzingRead More →

Hong Kong stocks rise in abbreviated Asian trading day

2018-12-30

Stocks in Hong Kong rose more than 1% in an abbreviated trading session Monday, as investors were encouraged by signs that the U.S. and China are working toward a trade deal. Most Asian stock markets, including Japan’s Nikkei, Korea’s Kospi and mainland China indexes, were closed ahead of the NewRead More →

Wall Street Journal By Reuters

2018-12-30

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Amazon logo is pictured in Mexico City (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc (O:) is planning to expand its Whole Foods Market (NASDAQ:) portfolio by adding more stores to put more customers within its two-hour delivery service range, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, citing sources. WholeRead More →

Keep more of what you make from your investments

2018-12-30

Don’t miss these top money and investing features: Everybody loves a winner. Investors pay good money for investment managers on a streak. It’s human nature; when you find a “hot hand” you keep giving that player the ball. Trouble is, all good things come to an end. Managers who haveRead More →

So Why Is The U.S. Suddenly Buying A Lot More Saudi Oil?

2018-09-12

OPEC Boosting Oil Production For some months now, OPEC has been boosting production to help relieve concerns about high oil prices amid expected supply losses from Venezuela and Iran. The cartel’s largest producer and exporter, Saudi Arabia, has been specifically targeting a growth in crude oil exports to their mostRead More →