What Investors Missed in the Stock Market This Week
This week was certainly gloomy for most investors, despite some positive economic data in the U.S. Here are some of this week's biggest losers.
Gap and American Eagle Outfitters Sink as Stocks Fall
Indexes suffered yet another down day, which pushed the S&P 500 and the Dow lower by 6% for the week.
The Market Misunderstands Fitbit -- Here's Why
Fitbit Inc is focused on a niche market and is dedicated to serving that market better than anyone else. The health-tracking device maker can co-exist profitably with Apple Inc.
3 Reasons You Shouldn't Care What the Market Does in 2016
Don't let a new year get you locked in a short-term mentality.
Why Macy’s Inc. and Constellation Brands Inc. Rose on a Terrible Day for Stocks
The broad market fell sharply today on weakness in China, but these two companies stood out from the pack.
Your First Smart Investment in 2016: Buy Shares of Apple
Myopic concerns regarding quarterly iPhone sales continues to create an opportunity for long-term investors to pick up shares of Apple.
Why Netflix and Wal-Mart Rose on a Down Day for Stocks
On the second big down day of the week, these two stocks stood out for their moves higher.
Will Jack Dorsey Succeed in Destroying Twitter's Value?
If Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey goes ahead with removing the 140-character cap on tweets, he will be doing enormous damage to Twitter's value.
Ford Drops and Smith & Wesson Jumps as Stocks Tick Higher
The two companies today revealed new data showing spiking demand for their products.
General Motors Shifts the Automaker's Corporate Governance Into Reverse
In naming CEO Mary Barra to chair its board, General Motors is thumbing its nose at good corporate governance practices.