Americans love a deal. We always have. We even created a game show out of it.
With the economy on shaky ground, finding the best price for anything is a big deal - groceries, to clothes, to vacations. So you’d think with the desire to score a big deal would mean companies like Groupon (NASDAQ: GRPN) would be flying high and make an attractive investment.
You’d be wrong.
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The stock market is rallying, but some, like Charlie Morris at HSBC warn that this is just a setup for a bigger collapse.
The number of people who think the stock market is just a game rigged to benefit the house is on the rise (just Google it and look at the hits). US investors afraid of loosing their savings are fleeing to cash and bonds, accepting low returns in more »
If there was ever a company that inspires strong feelings, it’s Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL). Those who hate them, hate them. And those who love them, well, it’s often an affection that borders on religious fervor.
But what about investors? Apple reported lower than expected earnings recently, which may prompt some investors to consider their Apple holdings or reconsider buying the tech giant. Apple blames the miss on a more »
Reuters is reporting that Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) has obtained up to five or six new SKUs for tablet products. The online retailer is reportedly looking to expand its mobile offerings to compete with the likes of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), Google (NASDAQ: GOOG), and Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) in the mobile media space.
Amazon jumpstarted the ebook movement in 2007 with the Kindle. Just about every measure out there has shown continued more »