Can Sirius XM Survive without Howard Stern?

I think Stern could go to Spotify because Spotify could offer him a larger audience. Remember, Howard is an egomaniac who calls himself the King of All Media. Hence, Stern wants the biggest audience possible.

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Twitter loses Money

I suspect value investors could look at Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) because it has a history of making money, and its stock is cheap. Yet Twitter’s share price is very stable.

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Is General Electric (NYSE: GE) a Value Investment or a Value Trap?

A value trap stock sits at a cheap price and sometimes collapses quickly. General Electric could be a value trap because of its lack of growth.

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Is Wayfair in Trouble?

Strangely, Wayfair is growing and losing money at the same time. For instance, Wayfair reported a quarterly revenue growth rate of 25.79% on 31 December 2019.

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Yes, WWE lost $1.05 billion in one day

WWE’s woes cast doubt on the future of streaming video. Remember, WWE was a streaming video pioneer with its WWE Network.

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The Incredibly Shrinking General Electric

Today, however, nobody is afraid of GE. General Electric (NYSE: GE) stock; for example, was trading at $11.29 on 27 November 2019. Meanwhile, Mr. Market gave GE a $98.602 billion market capitalization on the same day.

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Are the Ross Stores a Value Investment?

Interestingly, Mr. Market seems to buy the value argument for Ross. In fact, Ross’s share price rose from $107.50 on 4 October 2019 to $111.93 on 14 October 2019.

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Does Rent-a-Center make money?

Frighteningly, incomes for some groups are far lower. For instance, the Average Household Income for African-American families was $40,496 in 2018, data from Black Demographics indicates.

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Is Snap a Value Investment?

Moreover, Zephoria notes, “as of March 2019, “Snapchat reached 90 percent of all 13-24-year-olds and 75 percent of all 13-34-year-olds in the U.S.” Additionally, Zephoria calculates Snapchat had 60 million active users in Europe and 79 daily active users in North America in 1st Quarter 2019.
Hence, Snap (NYSE: SNAP) has a low share price; yet its social network reaches advertisers’ most sought after consumers. Advertisers like the under-34 crowd because they are more likely to change brands. Moreover, today’s 25-year-old club girl is tomorrow’s soccer mom; and household shopper, and she is using Snapchat.

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