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Actived: Saturday Feb 27, 2021
Groupon Shows How Not to Invest - Investing Daily
Groupon’s customers are frustrated: The appeal of the daily deal coupons is clearly wearing off for the consumer. That’s partly because the discounts often come with strings attached that make them less convenient than they seem. Even worse for Groupon, the retailers it relies on to provide the deals are souring on the strategy.
Don't Wait to Lock in Bond Yields - Investing Daily
We have started studying which fixed income investments have more attractive yields due to the recent sell off in bonds, and which companies have started to issue bonds with higher coupons. In the coming months, we will be developing a bond portfolio to complement our equity income portfolio and advise investors on new fixed income investment
Inbox Dollars Review (Scam or Side Hustle?) - Investing Daily
InboxDollars Coupons. Clipping coupons is a time-honored tradition for saving money. But, with InboxDollars, you can turn coupon clipping into a money-making event. InboxDollars members can simply log in to their account and head to the Grocery Coupons page. From here, you can search for relevant coupons for all your shopping needs.
Prune Your Portfolio to Keep it Green - Investing Daily
These firms analyze each company’s cash flow to determine its ability to pay interest coupons and eventually pay off the debt. If a bond is paying an interest rate that looks too good to be true, it’s likely the market is worried about the company’s ability to pay off its debt.
Stock Talk - Investing Daily
2. Duke Energy’s Brazil spin-off – has had a lot of volatility recently based on the Brazilian elections (business didn’t favor the winner, Dilma Rousseff), and the electric power subsidiary had a bad quarter. as a result of currency issues, lower volumes and higher purchased power – as such the stock has declined by double digits.
The Economy's Health; The Death of LivingSocial; And The
These “deal” coupons were crazy popular, especially as we were still emerging from the Great Recession. These companies became business darlings. LivingSocial, headquartered in my hometown of Washington, D.C., even opened a (completely unnecessary) storefront at which it hosted happy hours frequented by hipsters and techies.
Bed Bath & Beyond Falls Out of Bed - Investing Daily
When a company announces at the beginning of its earnings conference call that participating analysts will be in “listen-only mode for the duration of the call,” you know things are really bad.Such was the case with yesterday’s Bed Bath & Beyond (NasdaqGS: BBBY) Q1 2012 conference call. Management did not want to answer any questions about its sales slowdown or extremely weak guidance
Monetizing Mobile Part 2: Geo-Location Advertising Is What
39% of consumers said coupons for nearby stores was one of the most appealing aspects of location-based advertising. Location-relevant ads increase the digital mobile advertising average mobile click-through rate (CTR) from 0.5-0.8% to 1.5-2.0% and up.
The Partnerships - Investing Daily
The third quarter brought plenty of volatility for the US and most global stock markets. In particular, a general credit scare gripped the market in late July. The epicenter of that scare was mortgage-related debt focused on subprime borrowers; however, the general panic spread, making it difficult for even higher-quality corporate borrowers in totally unrelated industry groups to garner
Hit ‘Em Where They Ain’t - Investing Daily
It’s too soon to tell, though the S&P/TSX Composite Index is off its low from that period. And September saw investor inflows moderately rebound, to CAD3.2 billion. Meanwhile, the Canadian dollar could face additional selling pressure if the U.S. Federal Reserve finally raises rates at its December meeting.