Verizon Dominates National Wireless Study; T-Mobile Makes Local Gains

Verizon Dominates National Wireless Study; T-Mobile Makes Local Gains
Verizon (NYSE: VZ) has built its marketing around its dominance of the twice-yearly Rootmetrics Mobile Performance report . The carrier has been the top performer nationally for nine consecutive reporting periods, and it won or shared the top place in every category covered by the report. “Verizon’s performance in our national testing was once again outstanding and far stronger than... Read More

The Tax Credit Nobody Knows About

The Tax Credit Nobody Knows About
Tax time is fast approaching, and while many of the moves Americans can make to reduce their tax bill had to be done before the calendar flipped to 2018, there’s still time to take advantage of the little-known Saver’s Credit. This credit can save Americans a lot of money, yet according to the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies, almost two... Read More

Why HP Inc. Rose 11% in January

Why HP Inc. Rose 11% in January
What happened After being left for dead, HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ)  has recently shown signs of life. In January, shares of the computer and printing manufacturer rose 11%, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence , building upon 2017’s strong performance. So what In 2015, the company that was then Hewlett-Packard performed a stock split separating its enterprise-focused operations,... Read More

Why Himax Technologies Looks Strong Going Into Q4 Earnings

Why Himax Technologies Looks Strong Going Into Q4 Earnings
Himax Technologies (NASDAQ: HIMX) had a mostly banner year in 2017 , delivering delectable gains thanks to two big partnerships. First, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) decided to use Himax solutions for enabling Face ID in the iPhone X. Then, Qualcomm chose it as a partner for developing 3D sensing solutions for smartphones and automobiles. But Himax’s dream run came to a screeching... Read More

Why Weibo Corporation Rose 25% in January

Why Weibo Corporation Rose 25% in January
What happened Starting 2018 in the same manner it ended 2017, Weibo Corporation (NASDAQ: WB) continued its strong performance, with shares of the social media network provider rising 25% in January, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence . So what Weibo, the microblogging site often referred to as China’s Twitter , continues to outperform its U.S. counterpart. Last... Read More