In this episode, we propose stalking Oprah for stock tips, while we selfishly guard our own identities –especially 篋神 (Gibson)’s!
Welcome to 向錢汗 (Sweatin’ Money)‘s ninth episode:
In this episode, we dabble in:
- ISIS and Hilux Trucks.
- American Express finding partners.
- Oprah buys weight watchers.
- Apple patents and originality.
- Conflict of interest over Johnson Controls ruling.
- McDonalds breakfast all-day, everyday!
Trans-Pacific free trade deal agreed creating vast partnership
Trans-Pacific Partnership offers dairy sector good news, bad news and a question mark
TPP or not TPP? What’s the Trans-Pacific Partnership and should we support it?
Why China Doesn’t Mind Being Left Out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Hillary Clinton’s U-turn on TPP deal has team working overtime ahead of debate
U.S. to Toyota: How come ISIS drives so many of your trucks?
How Bad Will It Get for American Express?
CORRECTED-Sam’s Club to accept American Express credit cards
Oprah buys 10% of Weight Watchers, stock soars
UBS: This is How Troubles in the Bond Market Could Impact Stocks
This is What Bill Gates’s Portfolio Looks Like
University of Wisconsin-Madison wins $234 million from Apple in patent suit
Russian Hackers of Dow Jones Said to Have Sought Trading Tips
Supreme Court Justice Hears Case Unaware of Stock Conflict
Investopedia definition: Breakout
“Inside Job” the documentary narrated by Matt Damon
Toyota Motors (TM)
American Express (AMEX)
Discovery Financial Services (DFS)
Weight Watchers (WTW)
United Bank of Scotland (UBS)
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A, BRK.B)
CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY COMPANY (CNI)
Waste Management (WM)
Dow Jones (.DJI)
Johnson Controls Inc (JCI)