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3 Key Numbers Cheniere Energy Investors Must Know

3 Key Numbers Cheniere Energy Investors Must Know

One of the hottest topics in the energy world today is the emerging boom in liquefied natural gas—LNG —and how it will reshape the way we consume natural gas globally. Cheniere Energy (NYSEMKT: LNG) is putting itself at the epicenter of that boom as a pure play on LNG by building the United States’ first […]

5 Things FireEye's Management Wants You to Know

5 Things FireEye's Management Wants You to Know

Cybersecurity company FireEye (NASDAQ: FEYE) keeps posting numbers that suggest a sustained demand for its threat detection, prevention, and resolution services. The company’s recently filed first-quarter 2015 results revealed a leap in revenue of 69% from the prior-year quarter. While FireEye posted another quarterly net loss, positive operational trends continue to decrease the company’s net […]

Who are Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' (FCAU) main suppliers?

Who are Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' (FCAU) main suppliers?

A:Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, commonly known as FCAU, designs, manufactures and sells passenger automobiles. It is the world’s seventh-largest car manufacturer. Among its largest and most prominent suppliers are the Grimaldi Group, Hwaseung R&A, Bridgestone and Panasonic Automotive Systems. FCAU has dozens of suppliers; not all of them are covered in this article. The following were […]

—> PWCL is our Ultra Low Float Pick. Don`t miss … – (PWCL) (WRMT)

—> PWCL is our Ultra Low Float Pick. Don`t miss … – (PWCL) (WRMT)

Good Evening Investors and Traders, Good Evening Investors and Traders, A very strange thing is happening and the majority of investors and traders on Wall Street are completely missing the boat, let alone curious. I am talking about the absolute beating that oil has received over the last year or so and the impact it has had on alternative fuels.Right now there are is a small army of traders making a run with lots of upside and they are doing it largely by not following the herd.

Stop driving? Shut the oilsands? How can Canada cut emissions 30% by 2030?

Stop driving? Shut the oilsands? How can Canada cut emissions 30% by 2030?

When the federal government announced its plan to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 30 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030, it gave little indication how it planned to do it, exactly. Canada produced 749 megatonnes of greenhouse gas emissions in 2005, according to Environment Canada data. By cutting 30 per cent, the Conservative government is hoping to […]

Find The Top Retirement Cities In South Korea

Find The Top Retirement Cities In South Korea

South Korea won’t make anyone’s list of “Eight Best Places to Retire in the World,” but if you have a highly developed sense of adventure, you might well want to look into it as a retiree haven. South Korea, in fact, might be one of the last undiscovered havens of its kind. Of course, South […]

5 Things Caterpillar Wants You to Know

5 Things Caterpillar Wants You to Know

The global economy has gone through some tough times for years now, and heavy-equipment manufacturer Caterpillar (NYSE: CAT) has been on the front lines in seeing sluggishness in infrastructure, construction, mining, and most recently, energy capital spending hit the company’s overall results. Yet even with the headwinds from poor macroeconomic conditions, Caterpillar’s executive team has […]

5 Things Pfizer's Management Wants You to Know

5 Things Pfizer's Management Wants You to Know

It’s been just shy of three weeks since pharmaceutical juggernaut Pfizer (NYSE: PFE) reported its first-quarter earnings results, but the overall consensus, based on the headline figures, is that it’s fighting some significant headwinds. For the quarter, Pfizer generated $10.86 billion in revenue, a 4% decline from the first-quarter of 2014, while its adjusted EPS […]

Bee-killing pesticides: The fight ramps up

Bee-killing pesticides: The fight ramps up

The collapse of bee colonies nationwide is well-established and beyond dispute. Beyond that, things get a bit murky.  Many researchers, but not all, blame the mass die-off of bees on the use of neonicotinoid products—- pesticides that are widely used by farmers and gardeners on 50 kinds of fruits and vegetables in Canada. They’re even used […]

Japan's Heavy Exposure to Rising Rates

Japan's Heavy Exposure to Rising Rates

Some years ago when I was still a university student, I was taught that zero represents a natural floor for interest rates. After all, who would ever be crazy enough to pay someone else for the privilege of lending them money? But as if to reconfirm the philosophy of “never say never”, the low interest […]

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