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When advising executives on managing their finances, more complex strategies are often employed because executive planning typically has more intricacies involved. One such executive strategy we often run into is net unrealized appreciation. Many executives are heavily concentrated in their company’s publicly traded stock: stock options, restricted units and even large portions of their 401(k).
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The Department of Justice is investigating a banking unit of Wells Fargo after the bank’s review found that employees’ altering of documents was a more pervasive practice than previously thought, according to The Wall Street Journal on Thursday. The government’s latest examination of potential fraud by Wells Fargo is focused on its wholesale banking unit,
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Lululemon Athletica’s late-August earnings blowout — which sent the stock up 13 percent the following day — was “stunning” to witness for CNBC’s Jim Cramer. “We’ve seen a lot of great retail quarters this earnings season, but LULU puts them all to shame,” the “Mad Money” host said Wednesday, comparing the results to “a pitcher
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: DocuSign shares dipped more than 3 percent in the extended session despite a better-than-expected quarterly earnings report. The stock later pared much of those losses. The San Francisco-based company reported earnings of 3 cents per share, higher than the 1 cent per share expected by analysts.
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Bank of America Merrill Lynch is getting more bullish on AMD shares, even after the stock’s stunning performance so far this year. The firm raised its price target to $35 from $25 for Advanced Micro Devices, citing the chipmaker’s process manufacturing advantage over Intel. The new price target is 25 percent higher than Tuesday’s closing
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The “Fast Money” traders shared their first moves for the market open. Tim Seymour was a buyer of AT&T Karen Finermwan was a buyer of Delta Airlines Steve Grasso was a buyer of Canopy Growth Guy Adami was a buyer of HollyFrontier Corp Trader disclosure: On September 4, 2018 the following stocks and commodities mentioned
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Sometimes an empty chair can speak volumes. The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence intentionally set up a unoccupied seat to shame Alphabet at Wednesday’s hearing on foreign meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The Committee wanted either Alphabet CEO Larry Page or Google chief executive Sundar Pichai to testify alongside Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey
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Fixed-income investments typically offer a safe haven for investors who want reliable returns and some protection from the volatility of the stock market. The downside of fixed-income investments, however, is that over time inflation can significantly drag down your real returns. “Inflation and fixed income are not a good combination usually,” said George Rusnak, co-head
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: RH shares dropped more than 4 percent after initially rising 6.5 percent during after-hours trading following the release of its second-quarter results. RH missed revenues estimates by $20 million, reporting sales of $641 million versus the $661 million expected by Wall Street. However, it beat earnings
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Investors and advisors perennially debate the merits of active investing vs. passive investing, but abundant evidence shows passive investing typically produces superior long-term returns. The evidence is clear from reams of objective research performed by academic finance and economics experts who have no conflict of interest — their incomes won’t change no matter what they
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Facebook shares will disappoint as governments increasingly scrutinize the company’s practices, according to MoffettNathanson. The firm lowered its rating to neutral from buy for Facebook shares, predicting the internet company will generate earnings below expectations this year. “We believe that revenue growth deceleration coupled with the company’s long-term margin guidance does not provide a meaningful
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Technology is going to fundamentally transform the banking industry over the coming years, a former Barclays CEO told CNBC on Monday. Antony Jenkins, who led the British bank through a tumultuous period between 2012 and 2015, said regulatory measures imposed in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis had made the global financial system safer.
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