You should read your anxiety about money as a call to action, says certified financial planner Douglas Boneparth. “Money tends to be an emotional area of people’s lives, so it’s no surprise that they think about this quite frequently,” said Boneparth, president of Bone Fide Wealth. “There are a number of ways to deal with
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell on Tuesday: Shares of AAR Corporation lost more than 5 percent in the extended session, after the aviation and expeditionary services provider reported mixed fourth-quarter earnings and revenue. AAR reported earnings per share of 54 cents, beating analysts’ estimates of 51 cents. The company missed on
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The big banks are first up to bat this second-quarter earnings season, but only one stock’s technicals look positive heading into their report. Wells Fargo has the potential for a post-earnings breakout, according to Instinet senior equity trader Frank Cappelleri. “Wells Fargo got hit especially hard” earlier this year, Cappelleri, senior equity trader at Instinet,
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PepsiCo‘s quarterly numbers Tuesday morning may be a signal for another strong earnings seasons, according to CNBC’s Jim Cramer. “They reported exactly what the bulls wanted,” said Cramer, whose charitable trust owns shares of the New York-based food and beverage company. Pepsi’s stock rose Tuesday after the company reported fiscal second-quarter earnings that beat Wall
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OPEC, Russia and several other producers recently agreed to increase output by 1 million barrels in order to ease oil prices away from 3½-year highs. But many analysts think they will struggle to add that much supply because only a handful of the countries have spare capacity. However, Barclays said the market is underestimating the
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The Wolverine State brought us the mass produced automobile, the Motown sound, and the 38th President of the United States (we know, Gerald Ford was born in Nebraska, but he grew up in Michigan). But for our purposes, let us consider the humble corn flake. Invented by the Kellogg brothers to serve at their Battle
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First, let’s be clear: The current bull hasn’t been running as long as most people think. The popular belief that the current bull started in March 2009 is contradicted by the more than 20 percent dips in many indices that occurred between 2015 and Feb. 11, 2016 — arguably, the actual start of a new
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The last earnings season was all about raising expectations for earnings on the back of corporate tax cuts, share buybacks, and a synchronous global economic expansion. A lot has changed in the last three months, according to Nick Raich of Earnings Scout. “Last earnings season it was all about raising estimates. This earnings season, all
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PepsiCo reported fiscal second-quarter earnings on Tuesday that beat analysts’ expectations as sales of Cheetos and other salty snacks continued to offset its slumping soft drinks business. Pepsi’s North American beverage business has been struggling to contend with increased competition from upstart brands and changing consumer tastes. CEO Indra Nooyi last quarter placed the blame
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