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Is Rise in Unemployment Good?

Is Rise in Unemployment Good?

Sunshine Profits | Equities.com |

​The U.S. unemployment rate rose in June. But here's why this is good for the economy.


Featured Stocks in Our Most Attractive/Most Dangerous Model Portfolios

David Trainer | Equities.com |

See two of the featured stocks from this month’s model portfolios.


​As Sam Sees It: What Trade War? Investors Are Eyeing the Market with Earnings-Tinted Glasses

Sam Stovall | Equities.com |

With another strong earnings season in focus, investors can't be bothered by global trade tensions at the moment.


​Timing for Tesla’s China Announcement Seems Suspect

Michael Markowski | Equities.com |

What is very disconcerting is that Tesla’s founder and CEO Elon Musk has been increasingly fanatical about Tesla’s share price throughout June and July of 2018.


​Top Picks Mid-Year Winner: Twitter (TWTR)

MoneyShow | Equities.com |

Not only has the stock rallied to new three-year highs, but it was recently added to the ranks of the benchmark S&P 500 Index.


​What Would You Get If You Crossed Warren Buffet, Richard Branson, and Steve Jobs? (Updated)

Vitaliy Katsenelson | Equities.com |

Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son is either praised as a visionary or called a Japanese cowboy.


​Q2 Should Be Solid, and Guidance Is Key. Bulls Hope for Breakout

MoneyShow | Equities.com |

The bulls would like the reports to result in a breakout and possibly new highs in the S&P 500.


Featured Stocks in June’s Dividend Growth Model Portfolio

David Trainer | Equities.com |

Get a look at last month’s top performers and a featured stock from June’s Model Portfolio.


​Tesla’s Unscalable Quality Control Revelation Cause of Extreme Share Price Decline

Michael Markowski | Equities.com |

Tesla’s not having a scalable quality control in its manufacturing process is a logistics nightmare for the company. This is a big issue for any investor.


Is the DJIA Ready to Dive?

Chip Corley | Equities.com |

Opinions are a mixed bag; believers see the glass half-full, doubters see it half-empty, and realists observe the glass to be cracked and a leaking sieve.