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Why It’s Important to Buy Costco (COST) Stock Right Now

Ever since Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) acquired a brick-and-mortar footprint in the grocery world through its acquisition of Whole Foods Market, Inc. (NASDAQ:WFM), Costco Wholesale Corporation (NASDAQ:COST) stock has been a loser. 

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When the deal was announced in mid-June, Costco stock fell off a cliff from $180 to $167....More>>>

Is the Saudi Aramco IPO Too Big to Fail?

The Saudi Aramco IPO will be the biggest initial public offering of all time, but the IPO process will be incredibly burdensome for a uniquely huge company. And we’ve identified three major obstacles standing in the way of this oil giant going public…

Today, we’re going to break that process down for our readers so they’ll be prepared to purchase Aramco shares....More>>>

Hamilton Lane Sets Expectations For $190 Million IPO

Private equity and debt market investment firm Hamilton Lane (Pending:HLNE) has set its proposed terms for an IPO, seeking to raise $190 million in the sale of 11.875 million shares at a midpoint price of $16 per share.

HLNE has recorded good asset growth along with resulting topline revenue and net income growth over several years.

Although the proposed post-IPO market cap....More>>>

Don’t Buy The Depomed Buyout Rumors; Buy The Certainty Of An Eventual Deal

Depomed (NASDAQ:DEPO) provides a good value opportunity even if no deal is on the horizon. So let’s look at the tape.

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It has been a volatile year for Depomed’s shareholders.

Recently a story reported that DEPO was going to be acquired by Novartis (NYSE:NVS). This story from Intereconomia is according to an anonymous source from Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS).....More>>>

Top Gas Utility Stocks For 2016

The financial sector has performed terribly this year, and the SPDR S&P Bank ETF (KBE) has performed even worse. Now, Cornerstone Macro’s Carter Worth offers 20 beaten down stocks for a financial sector catch-up trade, including Bank of America (BAC), Citigroup (C), Morgan Stanley (MS), and Wells Fargo (WFC). He explains why:

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Todays edition....More>>>