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America’s Worst Run Companies

What makes a company truly poorly run? Businesses make mistakes almost daily, and industries can transform rapidly, eroding even a market leader’s competitive advantage.

Companies that are struggling may have declining fundamentals, such as revenues and earnings. 2,342 more words

IBM

Follow up on the health sector and Medtronic

One month ago, I showed the potential for relative strength for the S&P Health Care Equipment & Supplies Index. Here is an update.

S&P Health Care Equipment & Supplies Index versus S&P Media Index… 216 more words

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Is GameStop Retreat an Opportunity to Buy the Dip?

GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) reported third-quarter results that not only fell short of estimates, but the company also guided lower for the coming quarter. It reported $0.57 in earnings per share and $2.09 billion in revenue, against Thomson Reuters consensus estimates of $0.61 in earnings per share and revenue of $2.20 billion. 249 more words

Retail

GameStop Earnings Fall Short of Expectations

GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) reported its third-quarter results Thursday after the market close as $0.57 in earnings per share and $2.09 billion in revenue, against Thomson Reuters consensus estimates of $0.61 in earnings per share and $2.20 billion in revenue. 253 more words

Retail

10 Stores Closed on Thanksgiving

The holidays are an extremely important time for retailers, many of which depend on holiday shoppers to meet their yearly goals. This year, the holiday season is expected to be especially strong: the… 1,729 more words

WMT

MAJOR EVENTS & EQUIVALENT JOBS

On Tuesday 14th October, Ron Nelson (Councillor for Deakin Ward / Liberal Candidate for Bellarine) presented a report to Council. The report states that Geelong Major Events distributed $1,014,891 in council funding to events and festivals over the last twelve months and generated “$56,906,892 Economic Benefit” for Geelong.   695 more words

Geelong

Thoughts on the S&P 500 for October 27th

Overall S&P 500 Market –

The multi-week streak of declining current P/E ratios ended last week. The average for the market bumps up to 38.19, while the median goes to 20.11.  553 more words

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