In this article BRK.A Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Charlie Munger Lacy O’Toole | CNBC Billionaire Charlie Munger, the investing sage who made a fortune even before he became Warren Buffett’s right-hand man at Berkshire Hathaway, has died at age 99. Munger died Tuesday, according to a press release from Berkshire Hathaway. The conglomerate
A close-up of the Workday logo on its headquarters in Pleasanton, California, on March 26, 2018. Smith Collection | Archive Photos | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in extended trading. Workday — Stock in the workforce platform provider added more than 6% after third-quarter results surpassed Wall Street estimates. Workday notched adjusted
Charlie Munger at the Berkshire Hathaway press conference on April 30, 2022. CNBC The investing community lost one of its pillars Tuesday with the death of Berkshire Hathaway vice chair Charlie Munger, according to Ariel Investments’ Charles Bobrinskoy. He was a “true master of investing,” Bobrinskoy, the firm’s vice chair, said on CNBC’s “Closing Bell:
Streaming companies are desirable to most investors because they continue to outpace other forms of entertainment, including cable and radio. There has been consistent growth within these streaming companies, with more and more users looking to take advantage of what they offer in terms of content and convenience from on-demand programming and audio streaming. Investors
Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) continues to find ways to reinvent itself some 37 years after its initial public offering. A $2.8 trillion business finds it challenging to swiftly alter its direction, but the tech giant manages to assert itself as a powerful force. Its performance this year led it to be included in the group of tech
Tesla’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) futuristic (a polite way of saying odd) Cybertruck will finally have its big delivery event on Thursday. And even though Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on the company’s third quarter earnings call in mid-October that there are already more than 1 million people who have orders for the quirky looking angular vehicle, the
In fast-paced stock market movements, the quest for breakout stars remains investors’ ever-thrilling pursuit. Imagine a canvas where established giants spark an imminent market spectacle. The blue-chip stocks to buy in the article, are poised at the brink of a financial crescendo, wielding compelling strategies and technological prowess that promise a seismic shift in investor
In an August 2023 column, I wrote “With the chances of marijuana companies accessing the U.S. financial system higher than ever and cannabis stocks trading at lower valuations than ever before, now looks like an excellent time to seek out top-notch cannabis stocks to buy.” I also identified three cannabis companies with very attractive valuations and strong outlooks.  However, despite the
Pinpointing stocks with the potential for exponential growth requires extreme efforts on the market terrain. However, delving into the strategic prowess and distinctive approaches of the three standout companies listed in this article illuminates the trajectory toward substantial investment growth. The first one, entrenched in specialized sectors, showcases innovation and resilience, while the second strategically
Generally, penny stocks have a poor reputation. It’s true that some penny stocks go on to make huge gains. However, the majority of firms with a rock bottom stock price got there because their business model failed to work out as expected or the company made major strategic blunders. That’s particularly true for these seven
A fascinating new chapter in Argentine politics is set to unfold as “far-right libertarian” Javier Milei surprisingly won the presidential election on promises of radical free-market reforms. Milei, an economist, has vowed to implement a number of measures including the dollarization of the Argentine economy, massively downsizing the government, and enacting sweeping capitalist changes. Naturally,
Since the end of 2022, energy prices, especially natural gas futures, have significantly declined. Natural Gas (Dec’ 23) has fallen by 43%, and WTI Crude (Jan’ 24) has seen a drop of 1% within the same period. With the energy market not very profitable in 2023. Investors are hesitant to invest in these companies and are beginning to look