The Zika virus has continued to get worse. A global health emergency has been declared by the World Health Organization following increased reports of the Zika virus. The virus has been linked to multiple birth defects including microcephaly, where babies are born with unusually small heads.
As the Zika virus spreads from Brazil through the Americas, with no vaccines or treatments yet available for Zika, there are some companies that are looking for some way to stop the Zika virus as they are developing treatments, vaccines or other products tied to the mosquito-borne disease.
With the Zika virus outbreak there are some traders and investors wondering if there are some Zika virus stocks out there that have the potential to see some big gains if the Zika virus continues to get worse.
If you are an investor, finding your own stocks to buy or making your own stock picks can be difficult to do. Lets face it, evaluating stocks to buy and sell can be tough, even with a company’s financial information available at your fingertips. There are a variety of stock market ratios and
The Price/Earnings To Growth Ratio (PEG ratio) is used to determine a stock’s value while factoring in the company’s earnings growth.
Scandal erupted in the fantasy sports world earlier this week, when it was leaked that employees from one major fantasy sports website, DraftKings, had used their own inside information to win money in contests held by their rival company, FanDuel.
That got us thinking about other instances of people using inside information for their own benefit. While a story like this might be unusual for the sports world, it’s small potatoes in finance. Here are five of the biggest insider trading schemes Wall Street has ever seen.
The Price to Cash Flow ratio (Price/Cash Flow or P/CF) is an investment ratio that is used to evaluate the investment value of a company’s stock.