The global economy is still recovering from the effects of the Japanese earthquake in March 2011, but none more than the uranium industry. When the tsunami ripped through the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, it damaged the reactors and in particular the Number 3 reactor. Worldwide panic swept across financial markets as fears of a major meltdown shook investor's confidence. In turn, uranium stocks plummeted across the board, most losing more than 50% in price. While most companies bounced back from their March 2011 lows, uranium miners have not. However, there are promising signs from the industry. For more information, click here.
As you can see, the article was featured on Seeking Alpha's front page. It was considered one of the premium articles on energy investment ideas during the week.
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Friday, August 12, 2011
Over the past few days, the economic environment has turned quite sour. Equity and Treasury market swings have been remarkable these past few trading sessions. In this analysis, I hope to touch on a few different companies that would serve as ideal investments in this uncertain economic environment. The article can be found here.
Posted by Andrew Brodsky at 9:41 PM
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
There appears to be some good value in the automotive manufacturing industry. Looking at the entire industry, vehicle sales were up quite noticeably in July, surprising some analysts. After declining for three months, sales turned higher amid strong demand. With that being said I am going to advocate Ford Motor Company as a strong buy. The article can be found here.
Posted by Andrew Brodsky at 7:37 PM
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Over the past few weeks, markets have been thrown into disarray amid concerns over the United States' ability to repay its debt. Investors have searched for a safe haven bid as equity prices tumbled and Treasuries see-sawed back and forth before yields plummeted on concerns of a weakening US economy. The article examines one asset that has performed extremely well. The article can be found here.
Posted by Andrew Brodsky at 5:34 PM
Monday, August 8, 2011
A recent outing to Texas Roadhouse preceded this article and I discovered that their food is as good as their stock prospects. The article examines their plan for new store openings, their decision to being franchising more, and their new dividend policy. The article can be found here.
Posted by Jeff Gaskill at 12:41 PM
Friday, August 5, 2011
Sirius has gotten rocked recently because of the debt ceiling legislation. This articles examines why their drop in price has nothing to do with the stock and all do with outside market conditions. It can be found at Seeking Alpha.
Posted by Jeff Gaskill at 12:33 PM
Thursday, August 4, 2011
The market is a mess right now and it may certainly be time to flock to safety. These 8 stocks, though not necessarily poised for huge capital gains, offer investors the ability to sleep at night knowing that their yields are not going anywhere. It can be read by clicking here.
Posted by Jeff Gaskill at 12:28 PM