Danielle DiMartino Booth

...It would appear that the word is out that the CRB Commodity Index has soared to the highest since October 2015 though it’s doubtful most thieves have Bloomberg terminals within reach. Nonetheless, the shocking story reminisced of the heady days of the last housing boom when vacated houses would be harvested for scrap metal of any kind...

TECH REVENUES RISE

The Tech Titans

Three of the biggest tech companies reported record quarterly financial results on Thursday as they extended their dominance over swaths of the global economy. Apple Inc., Alphabet Inc. and Amazon.com Inc.-with a combined market value of more than $2 trillion-all boosted growth...

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Markets Reversing Course as Bitcoin Collapses

The Key Will be Where the Next Rally Fails

The first month of 2018 is coming to an end and fireworks are expected, between the FED reporting and Facebook earnings, things should get interesting. The markets have reversed course and now look to be headed lower, indicating the tops of the markets are in...

By | January, 31, 2018|Categories: Podcasts, The Bubba Show|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Will the FED be the Black Swan Markets Need to Sell-Off?

Markets Under Pressure

Markets were under pressure on Monday, which is consistent with a potential top in the market. This is going to be a huge week with the FED, the jobs and all the big earnings reports due out this week. Bubba talks about the problems that are starting to pop up...

PRICE WARS REDUCE PROFITS

Price Wars are On

Household goods from diapers to toilet paper to razors are getting cheaper, but what is a boon for shoppers is squeezing profits at the world’s biggest consumer-goods companies. Under pressure to boost sales, Proctor & Gamble Co. resorted to widespread discounting late last year to win back customers...

By | January, 24, 2018|Categories: Articles, Featured|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

General Electric Under Pressure

General Electric is slashing its coveted stock dividend in half and getting even smaller by selling storied businesses such as its railroad and light bulb unit. The dividend cut, only GE's second since the Great Depression, shows the depths of the iconic company's financial problems...

By | November, 14, 2017|Categories: Articles, Featured|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments