That Time the Gardner Brothers Helped Lisa Ling Pick a Stock on "The View" Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner reflects on his two visits to the world of daytime talk shows -- one that featured applause, and the other that came with boos. On this segment of the Rule Breaker Investing podcast, Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner ... 09/7/2016 - 4:08 pm | View Link
“Motley Fool’s ‘Double Play’ Buy Alert on Recent IPO” Particularly David Gardner, who is the more growth-focused of the brothers and has “Wall Street thinks it’s too expensive” as one of his key criteria for picking “rule breaking” stocks. And today, we’re being teased with another of these “re ... 09/6/2016 - 9:14 am | View Link
How To Know When To Buy Hot Stock Another example of a winning strategy that blends value and momentum is an approach developed by Tom and David Gardner ... And while the stock has been quite hot, the Gardner-based model thinks Western still offers value: the stock has a PEG ratio of ... 12/18/2015 - 2:07 pm | View Link
David Winters Discusses His Stock Picking ‘Trifecta’ David Winters, founder and CEO of Wintergreen Advisers, is bullish on the US recovery (and the global recovery in general), but thinks that people should be looking to increase their exposure to emerging markets. “Market sentiment often creates ... 03/30/2014 - 10:26 pm | View Link
Is Apple a $500 Stock? But this is where Gardner is once again sticking his neck out. He thinks Apple will earn far more in the next new few years than consensus forecasts currently anticipate. For example, in fiscal 2012, his $36 EPS forecast is above the peer group's $33 forecast. 10/20/2011 - 10:00 pm | View Link
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If the stock market roller coaster has ... If the stock market roller coaster has your stomach doing somersaults, you’ll want to hear… 11 Lessons We Learned from the World’s Most Successful Investor 10/16/2016 - 2:34 pm | View Website
David Lee | The Good Wife Wiki | Fandom powered by Wikia David Lee is a named partner at Lockhart Argos & Lee and former equity partner and the head of family law at Lockhart/Gardner. He is one of Chicago's most prominent ... 10/14/2016 - 9:54 pm | View Website
Writing a One-Sentence Summary Let’s discuss the one-sentence summary, also known as a logline, a hook, or a one-sentence pitch. (It is not a tagline, however.) What: About 25 words that capture ... 10/14/2016 - 9:39 pm | View Website
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A new development plan is emerging for the former Buffalo School No. 70 in South Buffalo.
Ellicott Development Co. is considering a number of reuse options for the 101-year-old school on Buffum Street, near Seneca Street. Ellicott is negotiating with the City of Buffalo to purchase the 44,322-square-foot, four-story former elementary school.
As a prelude to completing the deal, the Buffalo Common Council agreed to give Ellicott a right-of-way clearance for a portion of Samson Street that is needed…
NBCUniversal is circling BuzzFeed once again.
According to Recodes' Peter Kafka, the Comcast Corp.-owned(Nasdaq: CMCSA ) media conglomerate is looking to infuse BuzzFeed with another $200 million — doubling up on its investment from last year.
“We have a great relationship with NBCU," BuzzFeed spokeswoman Carole Robinson told Kafka. "We’re always talking about broadening the relationship as part of our plan to grow as an independent company.”
The news comes as BuzzFeed and other online…
As two breweries move forward in Springfield, Main Street, the neighborhood's main commercial street, will be seeing more development in the next year.
Here's the latest on the projects that have announced plans to revitalize Main Street.
The planned art gallery, restaurant, bar and dry cleaners at 1735 N. Main St. is still under construction.
If individual donations to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are a harbinger of what’s to come Nov. 8, then this year’s presidential election could go down as one of the most lopsided contests in the history of U. S. campaigns for the White House.
Federal election data show that Hillary Clinton’s campaign for the presidency generated roughly $184.7 million in individual donations from residents of U.
With two-and-a-half weeks to go until Election Day, it seems almost every pundit out there is calling the race for Hillary Clinton as Donald Trump keeps up the line that we've got a rigged system. That doesn't really give a guy like me, who has been trying to highlight business-focused presidential election items, much to work with.
So today, I'm pulling out the grab bag and offering a collection of links looking back over the past week, designed to either inform, entertain or enrage you.
The Philadelphia Phillies are looking to expand their analytics department, but the baseball team isn’t ready to talk about it in detail just yet.
The team has recently posted two jobs online: one seeking a senior quantitative analyst and the other for a senior software engineer.
The listings indicate more hirings for Phillies' research department and development department are on the horizon.
A Phillies spokeswoman declined commenting on the issue saying it was “too premature to discuss the…