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SolarEdge rockets 17.94% today on analyst upgrades ahead of earnings today after the close

SolarEdge Technologies (SEDG) closed up 17.94% today ahead of fourth quarter earnings due after the close. Cascend Securities raised its target price on the shares by 17% during today's session. Today's jump will, of course, make it harder for the company to beat expectations with today's earnings report. The stock is already up 28.1% in […]

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Raising target on Barrick Gold in Jubak Picks Portfolio and buying the shares for my Dividend Portfolio

Barrick Gold (GOLD) reported fourth quarter earnings of 17 cents a share on Wednesday, February 12. That beat the 14 cents a share estimate from Wall Street analysts for the quarter. A year ago the company earned 6 cents a share in the fourth quarter of 2018. But that wasn't the BIG surprise from the […]

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Gold is climbing while VIX falls and stocks set new records? But why?

Gold is supposed to go up when investors and traders are looking for safe havens and hedges against market volatility. So it makes sense the gold and gold mining stocks are gaining as coronavirus stalks through the land. Gold closed up 0.99% today to $1570.50 an ounce. But the financial markets don't seem to be […]

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Good news in yesterday’s U.S.-China trade deal for Visa, MasterCard, and American Express

Yesterday, the day of the announcement of the Part 1 trade deal between the United States and China, shares of Via (V) climbed 1.91%. MasterCard (MA) gained 1.16%. American Express rose 0.79%. On a day when the Standard & Poor's 500 fell 0.15% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained just 0.11%. Today the overall […]

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Special Report: 12 Bargain Stock Picks NOW #11 Wesco International

Today, Thursday, January 16, I'm making Wesco International (WCC) my #11 Pick for my Special Report: 12 Bargain Stock Picks NOW. (I'll be adding Wesco and my other two recent bargain picks to my Special Report late today so you can find the complete list 1-11 with #12 still to come by going to the […]

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Norway’s Equinor oil company invests in Bill Gates’ cobalt mapping startup

Norwegian oil company Equinor (EQNR) has decided to take a 10% stake in start-up Kobold Metals. Kobold's aim is to apply artificial intelligence to big subsurface data to create what it calls a "Google Maps" of the Earth's crust that will identify new deposits of cobalt, a key metal used in electric car batteries. For […]

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Danaher and Nvidia get European Union approval for big acquisitions

Looking at the history of intense scrutiny and strict conditions for winning approval, no U.S. technology company can take approval from European Union regulators on a big deal for granted. That's why the news from regulators on acquisitions planned by Danaher (DHR) and Nvidia (NVDA) is a big deal. Danaher has won conditional approval from […]

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Here’s how to think about Danaher’s offer to exchange shares for the Envista spin off

Danaher (DHR) has announced an exchange offer for shares of Envista Holdings (NVST), the dental services and supplies company recent spun off from Danaher. After Envista's September IPO Danaher still held 80.6% of Envista shares. The exchange offer would allow owners of Danaher shares to exchange them for shares of Envista. And it would allow […]

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Lionsgate UK deal with Amazon raises speculation on a U.S. deal for studio’s content

Amazon (AMZN)  and Lionsgate (LGF/A) have struck a deal that will put Lionsgate's newest releases on Amazon's streaming platform. The multiyear deal that begins on January 1, 2020, will give Amazon subscribers access to current box-office star Knives Out and forthcoming releases such as Bombshell. I added Lionsgate to my Jubak Picks Portfolio back on […]

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Selling Synaptics out of my Jubak Picks portfolio tomorrow

When Synaptics (SYNA) traded at $40 I though the shares were undervalued. At $60 I think they're close to full value. My target price on the stock is $64 and the shares closed at $58.51 today, up 2.94% on the day. Tomorrow I'm going to take advantage of the current trend in favor off all […]

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