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Baidu: Negative Net First Time in 14 Years

Baidu (NASDAQ: BIDU) reported negative net profit for the first time in fourteen years, which pushed the stock down by 16%. Hailong Xiang, the Senior Vice President who had been running the company since the IPO, resigned, his post being taken by Dou Shen, the former Mobile Product Vice President. This proves that the current company's scheme got obsolete and does not yield enough profit; Baidu is now likely to get mobile-oriented.

Healthcare Sector Down after News on Another Reform

The US will be electing president in 2020, but the candidates-to-be are already talking actively, if not aggressively; one of such speeches tore down the entire sector. The healthcare is likely to become the sector in question the election campaigns will be based upon. What then happened and why does it need any reforms, shortly […]

Northrop Grumman and NetApp May Gain 50%+

Today, we are going to analyze another two companies that may rise by 50%, according to Goldman Sachs. Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) is an American military industrial company operating in electronics, information technology, aerospace industry, and shipbuilding. The stock is around $270 USD; with +50%, the price would exceed $400. Even with the earnings […]

Profit +50% Before the End of the Year

Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) is one of the largest investment banks out there, its earnings coming from both traditional banking business, such as loans and deposits, as well as from stock trading. This bank also rates the exchange traded companies, releasing predictions other traders pay attention to. Currently, Goldman Sachs says some companies are going […]