Sean O'Shaughnessey on November 17th, 2015

Whether through its Apple Pay mobile wallet or a new, person-to-person payments network reportedly in the works, Apple wants to be at the center of consumers’ financial lives in the same way it has changed the way people communicate, listen to music and, if other ventures are successful, watch TV and even drive. Given Apple’s […]

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Sean O'Shaughnessey on July 20th, 2013

I recently came across this list on Forbes on the largest 25 tax payers. Forbes does a bit of analysis on each of them. It is probably worth your time to jump over, but I thought I would give the highlights here:   Rank of tax expense Company Symbol Effective Tax Rate 1 ExxonMobil XOM […]

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Sean O'Shaughnessey on March 8th, 2013

CNET recently put out an article discussing the most profitable US corporations. The article shows that even with Apple’s disappointing quarter that caused a major drop in stock price, Apple is still had more income than anyone else. The issue is that the analysts thought that the results were going to be even better, so […]

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Company name Wells Fargo & Company Stock ticker WFC Live stock price P/E compared to competitors Good MANAGEMENT EXECUTION Employee productivity Fair Sales growth Poor EPS growth Good P/E growth Poor EBIT growth Good ANALYSIS Confident Investor Rating Fair Target stock price (TWCA growth scenario) $52.07 Target stock price (averages with growth) $63.29 Target stock […]

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