​Let Them Eat CAKE

MoneyShow | |

Is Cheesecake Factory worth considering despite weakness in the casual-dining industry?

Investing Over Weekend Brunch? Discuss Stock in These Three Restaurant Chains

Remy Merritt | |

Let Them Eat CAKE: Cheesecake Factory Moves Forward with International Expansion Though The Cheesecake Factory (CAKE) has been plateauing recently after a strong 5-year increase of 129%, Seeking

Funny Ticker Symbols Revisited: New Symbols and Performance

Joe Goldman | |

The FUNY Index is a fabricated, diversified index comprised of 20 stocks and ETFs from the NYSE and NASDAQ, all of which trade under funny or clever ticker symbols. Over the previous year,

The Triumph of the Joke: Our Funny Ticker Symbols Prevail

Jacob Harper | |

In June we here at Equities created a portfolio called the FUNY Index, comprised of all the stocks and ETFs we could find with intentionally humorous ticker symbols. We backdated to the beginning

Investing in Funny Ticker Symbols: September Update

Young Rae Kim | |

It's that time of the month to check up on's porfolio of funny ticker symbols. Once again, the "FUNY index" outperformed the S&P 500 with a return of 8.14

Investing in Funny Ticker Symbols: August Update

Young Rae Kim | | continues to track its portfolio of funny ticker stocks against the performance of the S&P 500 and there have been major updates since last month’s review. Since its

Funny Ticker Symbols Revisited: Performance Over the Last Month

Joe Goldman | |

Last month, explored the performance of funny ticker stocks versus the S&P 500 during the November-June bull market. The FUNY Index, thanks to strong diversification and stellar

Investing in Funny Ticker Symbols: Does It Actually Work?

Joe Goldman | |

Since the recent bull market began on November 15, 2012, investors could have randomly selected a diverse portfolio of stocks and would likely be up on their money. Since that date, the S&P

Equities Sector Coverage: Stocks Hold Flat As Investors Wait for Direction

Sector Recap | |

Factory Orders fell 0.6% in April well below the up 0.2% Wall Street estimates. The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded up to 12,143.69 then down to 12,035.09 staying well below its 200-day simple

Equities Sector Coverage: Wall Street Moves Higher on Improving Data

Sector Recap | |

Initial Jobless Claims rose to 388,000 moving further above the 350,000 recessionary threshold. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied to a day’s high at 13,227.82 going into the final half

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