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What’s An Energy Company CEO To Do?

Posted On September 14, 2015 | by Kristine Walczak

As energy stocks continue to slump and remain out of favor, many stories you’ll read will trumpet the doom and gloom of low share prices for energy companies and their investors. Right now, many energy stocks, particularly […]

Better Trading, Better Valuation For Community Banks

Posted On August 13, 2015 | by Kristine Walczak

“Banks are really all the same”. This is the last thing any of us want to hear about our business.   The beauty of a community bank is that it is all about the community. Typically your […]

Hype or Hush: The Pros and Cons of Going Public Part 2: JOBS Act

Posted On May 27, 2015 | by Kristine Walczak

The IPO market continued its moderate pace in the first quarter of 2015, producing 28 IPOs. Of the 28 IPOs in 2015, return ranges from a loss of 32% of value to a return of almost 230%. […]

Experts Offer ‘Mixed Signals’ on U.S. Housing Market

Posted On January 28, 2015 | by AllenCaron

The outlook for the spring housing market is anyone’s guess, based on recent conflicting reports on housing starts, housing sales and testimony from market experts. “Mixed signals” was how CNBC real estate reporter Diana Olick characterized the […]

Amidst all the hoopla at the Detroit Auto Show this week, Honda stole some headlines with its North American debut of its first fuel cell concept car—the Honda FCV. The FCV is actually an evolved design from […]

It’s been many months since we took a look at small cap oilfield services stocks, the companies that, among other services, make the equipment used in the business of deep-sea drilling and onshore hydraulic fracturing. They also […]

The dry bulk shipping market could use a Santa Claus rally right now, with some of the January Effect thrown in. The Baltic Dry Index (BDI), the leading indicator for the dry bulk shipping industry, calculates the […]

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