Computer Programs & Systems, Inc.
There is no doubt that in an up market you will find sectors late to the market rally party. Tech and IT stocks such as Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), Nokia (NYSE: NOK), and Computer Programs & Systems (NASDAQ: CPSI) strengthen the case for finding high quality and value in a rising market.
Since the first quarter of 2012, year-over-year profits for tech and information technology companies have been falling to the tune more »
With real U.S. short term interest rates around -1.25%, a recent study found that the stock market's real five year returns should be around 3.6%. A real return of 3.6% is is less than what many people and pension funds expect, but at least it is a positive figure. By investing in quality companies with strong yields, you can remove a large amount of stress more »
“Insiders might sell their shares for any number of reasons, but they buy them for only one: they think the price will rise.”
According to Peter Lynch, investors should follow insiders’ buys closely in order to pick the right investment opportunities. In February, there were four CEOs who bought shares of their own companies, including First Commonwealth Financial Group (NYSE: FCF), Computer Programs and Systems (NASDAQ: CPSI), Bally more »
A lot has happened since the Barnes & Noble article written the first week in January. Certainly today’s announcement of a partnership with Microsoft to crank up the Nook business is getting all the headlines – as well it should. But that’s not the whole picture for the once beleagured book store.
Allscripts (NASDAQ: MDRX) experienced a triple whammy last week. First, there was upheaval in their board with the chairman ousted and three directors apparently resigning in protest. Second, the company announced that its CFO was departing to go to another company outside of the healthcare industry. Third, Allscripts revealed that its earnings for the previous quarter were half of what was expected. It’s no wonder that the more »