We'll see reports from Citi, JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America. Plus, BlackRock, Netflix, and American Express.
For investors looking for places to generate income with an equity portfolio, we like UPS, Wells Fargo, ExxonMobil, and KLA-Tencor.
Our fair value estimate for the iPhone maker is unchanged as stronger services and wearables revenue should offset China weakness.
Life science and diagnostics firms offer attractive growth and moats, but be wary of valuations.
Morningstar equity analyst Tancrede Fulop explores the impact of government subsidies on Orsted, how costs are coming down through technological development and what the growth perspectives are.
The market continues to overreact to softer than expected guidance, pushing Apple into 4-star territory.
Alex Bryan says that although it may be possible to get above-market returns, investors are better off focusing elsewhere.
For investors willing to weather the storm in the semiconductor space, we like Intel, KLA-Tencor, and Lam Research.
In a quarter with some surprises, we take a closer look at Berkshire's 3rd-quarter transactions.
In some ways, it's a great time to be active manager, but there are signs that the future might not be as rosy.
Jon Hale explains what's changing and how to use our measure of a portfolio's environmental, social, and governance risks and opportunities.
Third-quarter results missed slightly on the top line but beat our expectations and consensus on the bottom line.
The earnings drive continues with Coca-Cola, BP, GE, and major oil firms. Plus, October's jobs report.
Our analysts discuss 3M, AT&T, Verizon, and Tesla, plus dividend picks in the energy sector and a PIMCO ETF.
We are increasing our fair value estimate and expect Model 3 momentum to continue into the fourth quarter.
Vanguard chief economist Joe Davis expects lower market returns over the next decade and says investors will need to be patient and diligent to be successful.
Against a mostly positive backdrop for banks, Citi, JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, and PNC will report this week.
Undervalued Goldcorp is a unique opportunity in our gold coverage.
We don't see a large valuation gap between sectors, with energy looking the least expensive compared to our fair value estimates.
Long-term, fundamentals-focused investors should check out these utilities regardless of where rates are going.
We think the Chinese retail giant is one of the most undervalued consumer-focused stocks.
Both automakers offer attractive dividend yields, but we like GM better today.
Another strong quarter underscores the wide most firm's network effect and high switching costs.
Our new Carbon Risk Score, with the Sustainability Rating, can guide investors looking to reduce their climate change exposure.
The technology sector looks the most pricey today while communications services appears to be the cheapest.
Both firms offer intriguing dividend opportunities, but Starbucks is likely to provide a choppier ride.
We see value in cruise companies as the market is unduly concerned about the impact of new ship deployments.
Other earnings reports expected next week include Procter & Gamble, Kraft Heinz, Caterpillar, and BP.
Second-quarter results provided more evidence than higher margins are achievable.
We think these banks will see strong dividend growth and improving returns on equity.
We’re still confident in the firm’s long-term prospects, but we recommend waiting for a wider margin of safety before investing.
There are several opportunities to find both value and yields in the sector.
We think these elite producers have sustainable competitive advantages.
Research shows that looking beyond country of domicile at where revenue comes from can be helpful for investors trying to diversify globally.
These consumer products stocks are good picks for investors due to a recent erosion in shares.
Though the narrow-moat stock has a positive moat trend, we're skeptical that it can carve out a wide moat.
Christine Benz puts recent volatility in perspective and offers several coping strategies to investors.
Our analysts like Diamond Hill Large Cap, Dodge & Cox Stock, and American Funds Washington Mutual.
We're also watching for Kroger, plus housing starts and existing home sales.
The lack of crazy euphoria in the market today may mean the market could bump along versus seeing a precipitous, sudden decline.
Meggan Walsh of Invesco Diversified Dividend says risks today include misallocation of capital, operating leverage, and financial leverage.
The Fed chair's press conference will be closely watched. Plus, inflation, industrial production, and retail sales data.
With crucial budget issues unresolved, the situation in Italy is fluid and investors need to stay focused on long-term fundamentals.
Close customer relationships allow the wide-moat firm's return on R&D spending to be meaningfully higher than peers.
Smucker reports on Tuesday. Plus the ISM services index and jobs openings data.
Ben Johnson says investors should consider revisiting asset allocation and moving to less volatile securities before market conditions change.
We see the price of oil, along with the valuations of many E&P stocks, as frothy today, but DiamondBack is one pocket of value.
We still see value in large-cap pharmaceutical and biotech firms despite Trump's plan to lower drug prices.
Increasing demand for premium beer will strengthen Heineken's narrow moat.
We're expecting results from McDonald's, Snap, CBS, and Kraft Heinz. Plus, the Fed likely to stand pat on rates.