Here's a look at three companies scheduled to report earnings after markets close Tuesday and one set to report before markets open Wednesday morning.
Kodak has been a favorite for retail traders lately, with its massive volume and even greater swings. This stock received a resounding vote of confidence from traders on Monday in regards to its...
Eastman Kodak shares jumped on Tuesday after it was disclosed that an investment firm took a sizable stake in the company.
Some companies Robinhood traders find most attractive are very risky bets. A hit to the financials of one of these companies or a piece of bad news could easily trigger an extreme sell-off of the...
Approval for an announced $765 million federal loan to Eastman Kodak has been delayed until the agency granting the loan investigates allegations of insider trading against certain company officials.
All those investors who were buying into the hype that Kodak will be a major player in making materials for generic drugs with a big government loan are being reminded just how chasing news pops in...
Eastman Kodak is making a fresh move to manufacturing drug ingredients with a $765 million government loan under the direction of President Trump.
Kodak, once a giant in photography, received a $765 million federal loan to begin building a pharmaceutical business.
Wedbush has a cautious view of many homebuilders for 2020 after noting that there will be tougher comps in the second half of the year while it actually sees the near-term setup as enticing.
Each month Wedbush publishes its Top 25 report which looks at home sales, home listings, and median sales prices as published by the local Realtors' Associations. Because homebuilder pricing power is...
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Thursday include Apache, Apple, Berkshire Hathaway, eBay, GrubHub, Hess, Nike, Nucor and Wayfair.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Tuesday include FibroGen, Foot Locker, GW Pharma, LendingClub, Lockheed Martin, Tesla and UPS.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls include Alphabet, Enterprise Products, GrubHub, Mattel, Ryanair and Splunk.
For the first time this year, the insider buying volume looked to be much closer to the selling in share count, though insider sellers still seemed to dominate in the dollar amount.
With less than two months left in the 2015 trading year, and the markets hovering near the highest levels to date, the insider buying and selling is picking up speed.