Sean O'Shaughnessey on October 31st, 2017

Americans are saving less as the economy and stock market heat up and they boost their spending on big-ticket items like cars and refrigerators. The U.S. saving rate fell to a 10-year low of 3.1% in September, down from a recent peak of 6.3% in October 2015, the Commerce Department said Monday. Low unemployment and rising […]

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Sean O'Shaughnessey on October 30th, 2017

Company name Facebook Inc Stock ticker FB Live stock price P/E compared to competitors Fair MANAGEMENT EXECUTION Employee productivity Good Sales growth Good EPS growth Good P/E growth Poor EBIT growth Good ANALYSIS Confident Investor Rating Good Target stock price (TWCA growth scenario) $261.62 Target stock price (averages with growth) $288.28 Target stock price (averages […]

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  One of the biggest challenges in investing in the stock market is picking the best stocks. In my book, “The Confident Investor” I teach my readers how to pick Good Companies. This page is designed to show the raw performance of these companies. It is not designed to show my personal portfolio, which may […]

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Sean O'Shaughnessey on October 29th, 2017

Big Tech can generate big numbers, but it was fast growth in the cloud business that helped ignite a buying frenzy Friday that drove up market values by nearly $139 billion in 30 minutes. The stunning growth of the cloud businesses at Inc.  Microsoft Corp. , and Google parent Alphabet Inc. were a relatively […]

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Sean O'Shaughnessey on October 28th, 2017

The online retail giant gave Wall Street some cheer Thursday, posting third-quarter sales that jumped 34% to $43.7 billion. That would have beat analysts’ forecasts even without a $1.3 billion contribution from Whole Foods Market. Operating income, while down 40% year-over-year to $347 million, managed to beat the company’s rather downbeat forecast from the second […]

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