List/Grid Monthly Archives: July 2018

Key Words: Einhorn laments Greenlight results ‘far worse than we could have imagined’

Key Words: Einhorn laments Greenlight results ‘far worse than we could have imagined’

‘Over the past three years, our results have been far worse than we could have imagined, and it’s been a bull market to boot.’ That is from the quarterly letter… Read more »

Personal Finance Daily: Scam robocallers stole nearly $1 billion last year and these states don’t charge sales tax on back-to-school shopping

Personal Finance Daily: Scam robocallers stole nearly $1 billion last year and these states don’t charge sales tax on back-to-school shopping

Happy Tuesday, MarketWatchers! Don’t miss today’s top stories. Personal Finance Scam robocallers are getting so creative, they stole nearly $1 billion last year Over 1,500 robocalls were placed every second… Read more »

New York University prevails in lawsuit over employee retirement plans

New York University prevails in lawsuit over employee retirement plans

NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York University on Tuesday won the dismissal of a class-action lawsuit brought on behalf of thousands of employees who accused the school of mismanaging their… Read more »

Einhorn's Greenlight is trying to end fund losses: letter

Einhorn's Greenlight is trying to end fund losses: letter

BOSTON (Reuters) – Billionaire investor David Einhorn, whose Greenlight Capital is nursing double-digit losses, said on Tuesday he is trying to repair the damage done by a big bet against… Read more »

DoubleLine's Gundlach: Short-maturity U.S. Treasuries look attractive

DoubleLine's Gundlach: Short-maturity U.S. Treasuries look attractive

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive of DoubleLine Capital, said on Tuesday that short-maturity U.S. Treasuries “look as good” relative to stocks and long-maturing bonds than they have… Read more »

Our Money: How to wade into the daunting waters of flood insurance

Our Money: How to wade into the daunting waters of flood insurance

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Donna Childs recently bought a home in Rhode Island about 5 minutes from the Pocasset River, and, despite past flooding, everyone told her she did not… Read more »

Pandora expects to gain more listeners through partnerships, CEO says

Pandora expects to gain more listeners through partnerships, CEO says

Pandora Media Inc. continues to make progress with its initiatives meant to drive listeners back to its platform, which helped the company deliver strong quarterly earnings Tuesday. Shares were up 6.4%… Read more »

Earnings Results: Apple earnings and outlook top expectations, sending stock higher

Earnings Results: Apple earnings and outlook top expectations, sending stock higher

In a quarter when iPhone unit sales were of somewhat diminished importance to investors, Apple beat expectations and then delivered an upbeat view of what’s to come. The company reported… Read more »

Market Snapshot: S&P 500, Nasdaq rise, book 4th straight monthly gain

Market Snapshot: S&P 500, Nasdaq rise, book 4th straight monthly gain

U.S. stock-market indexes closed higher Tuesday, but off their session highs, following news that the Trump administration made little progress in resolving its trade dispute with China. The main indexes… Read more »

Vitaliy Katsenelson's Contrarian Edge: Tesla shareholders, buckle up — given how Elon Musk is driving the company

Vitaliy Katsenelson's Contrarian Edge: Tesla shareholders, buckle up — given how Elon Musk is driving the company

Here’s a big question I’d be asking if I owned Tesla stock: What happened to 345,000 reservations? When Tesla’s Model 3 was released, it was supposed to be a $35,000… Read more »

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