By: Roger Conrad On Jun. 20, 2012, Standard & Poor’s boosted Entergy Corp’s (NYSE: ETR) credit outlook to “stable.” The rater noted “sustained and consistent improvement” at regulated operations and “effective management” of nuclear plant relicensing. That’s long overdue recognition. But the likely catalyst for the upgrade was the late-May decision by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to relicense the Pilgrim plant in Massachusetts for another 20 years. Combined with the appointment of a more conciliatory...
20- in 6 months- my opinion !!...
Team Health (TMH) growing rapidly (another acquisition today)...
Today is has become almost impossible to truly invest long term in companies with out being worried about the political climate in our country. The government is intimately involved in creating winners and losers based on their powerful authority to regulate every aspect of our lives. For instance, if someone invested in the tobacco industry prior to the Government intervention to prevent smoking while simultaneously taxing it into the ground they would have lost money not because of bad investing acumen but...
Blyth, JAKKS Pacific, Men's Wearhouse, and their small cap consumer discretionary peers are your top bargains right now.
Synalloy, Worthington Industries, Schnitzer Steel, Steel Dynamics, Carpenter Technology, and Metalico - plus the entire steel industry - is now a buy.
Hotel business may be slightly down do to economic times meaning MGM might suffer for a little while longer....
With football season coming up I am sure that Coors stock will rise...